Remembering David Torrence: Olympian, US champion, US and Peruvian national record holder and legendary downhill miler
RIP: Dr. Norbert Sander - 1974 New York City Marathon Champion and Long-Time Armory President CEO - Has Died Unexpectedly At Age 74
WTW: Nike Is Correct - Actions Speak Louder Than Words In Regards To Doping, Meet The Family That Soon Will Have Three Sub-4 Milers, We Say Goodbye To A Coaching Legend And Hello To African 43-Second 400 Runners, And Is Scott Jurek's New WR "Soft"?
After a summer hiatus, the Week That Was is back. We do our best to avoid talk of the Nike Oregon Project doping investigation but can't help but criticize Nike and Mo Farah's reaction to it. All of that plus praise for Genzebe Dibaba, Alexa Efraimson, Kerri Gallagher, Eric Jenkins, Lopez Lomong and Amel Tuka.
Remembering Mbulaeni Mulaudzi - South Africa's Greatest 800 Athlete Who Has Died at Age 34
The six-time global medallist and two-time world champ (once indoor) who beat the great Kikpeter in the Olympics and Rudisha at Worlds will be missed. RIP at age 34. Hezekiel Sepeng: "He was a better athlete than me – one of the best ever. We competed against each other many times, but we were great friends. I was his mentor.