March 04, 2018
Ajee Wilson Puts Up a Strong Fight, but Francine Niyonsaba Remains Perfect Indoors at 800
August 17, 2016
2016 Olympic Women's 800 Preview: Like It Or Not, Caster Semenya Is Going to Crush Everyone In Rio
After CAS overturned the IAAF's hyperandrogenism policy last year, Semenya has been unstoppable; the only question in Rio is whether she wants to break the world record. World Indoor medallists Francine Niyonsaba of Burundi and Margaret Wambui of Kenya are the favorites for silver and bronze, though Canada's Melissa Bishop and Kenya's Eunice Sum both have a shot.
July 23, 2016
On to Rio: Mo Farah Delivers a World-Leading 5000m, Molly Ludlow Comes Close
Day 2 of the London Anniversary Games was full of quality.
August 27, 2015
Sifan Hassan Runs 1:58.50 and Goes Home (So Do the Americans): The Madness of the Women's 800 Semifinals
24 women, 10 PRs and no Americans in the final. The three women's 800 semifinals were insane as Canada's Melissa Bishop led all the qualifiers in 1:57.52 (a two-second PR!). Americans Molly Ludlow and Brenda Martinez went home as the final time qualifier was a ridiculous 1:58.35.