2016 World Indoors W 800 Preview: Ajee Wilson Looks To Make It Two Victories In A Row For American Women
Five Things to Watch at the 2015 Pan American Games
Track events start on Tuesday and there will be some star power in the 100/200 with hometown phenom Andre De Grasse. The men's 5,000 (Cam Levins, Garrett Heath, David Torrence, Juan Luis Barrios) figures to be exciting, as does the women's 800, which features three sub-1:58 women, led by Alysia Montaño. Plus Andrew Wheating, Kyle Merber and Nate Brannen in the 1500, PPP in the TJ & David Oliver in the 110 hurdles.
Paris Preview: Team USA's Steeplers Take On The World's Best; Makhloufi, Kiplagat And Souleiman To Battle At 1,500
Fresh off a great run at the U.S. Champs, Evan Jager, Donn Cabral and Dan Huling face a stacked steeple field led by '14 world #1 Jairus Birech and world/Olympic champ Ezekiel Kemboi. Taoufik Makhloufi, who ran 2:13.08 for 1,000 on Wednesday, takes on stalwarts Ayanleh Souleiman and Silas Kiplagat.
2015 Ponce Grand Prix: Charles Jock Gets Big Win Over Nick Symmonds And Cas Loxsom
Georgetown alum Rachel Schneider got a solid PR to win the 1500 in 4:08.46 while Cory McGee was 3rd. Trinidad & Tobago's Michel Cedenio ran 44.97 to win comfortably over LaShawn Merritt (45.42); Jeremy Wariner was 9th (46.22).
*OTB: Ponce 800m - Charles Jock with the win, Symmonds showing signs of life *Nick Symmonds is BACK