Tokyo 2020 Day 3 Morning Session: World Leader Randolph Ross Is Eliminated in 400m Prelims as All 3 American Women Advance to Steeplechase Final
2020 Olympics Day 1 Morning Recap: Wale Runs, Ferlic & Bor Go Home, and Fast Times in the Women’s 100
Day 4 Rest of Meet: Sean McGorty Survives Steeple Scare, Chris Nilsen Upsets Sam Kendricks, & Will Claye Is Clutch
American Record Holders Evan Jager & Courtney Frerichs React to the Steeplechase Losing Its Diamond League Status
Fabulous Friday: For One Night, Qatar Gets Its World Championship Moment
Conseslus Kipruto Preserves Kenyan Steeplechase Streak by the Tiniest Margin Possible at 2019 World Championships
Men's Steeple Prelims: Conseslus Kipruto Looks Fantastic and Sends A Warning Shot - Discount Me At Your Own Peril
Beatrice Chepkoech Delivers: World Holder Doesn't Beat Herself, Wins Steeplechase World Title As Emma Coburn Gets Silver
Women's Steeple Prelims: Everything Goes According To Form As Coburn and Frerichs Cruise Through
Men's Steeplechase Preview: Will Kenya's 31-Year Streak of Dominance Come To An End?
USAs Day 4 Women's Distance: Ajee Wilson and Shelby Houlihan Win As Expected As Emma Coburn Wins #8
Conseslus Kipruto Unleashes Furious Kick to Win 2018 Diamond League Steeplechase Final with One Shoe!
History in Monaco? Will an American hurdle the 8:00 or 9:00 barrier in the steeplechase in Monaco?
Women's steeple barrier set at men's height at Oslo Bislett Games, chaos ensues
How Much Do the World's Top Steeplechasers Practice Hurdle Form? For 2008 Olympic Champ Brimin Kipruto, the Answer is "Never"
Emma Coburn Olympic Bronze Medal Photo Gallery
Emma Coburn Wins America's 1st-Ever Women's Steeplechase Medal in Style as Bahrain's Ruth Jebet Claims Gold In Near World Record
NCAA Day 1 Recap: Look Out - Tremendous 800 and 1500 Finals Set for Friday as McBride, Brazier, Yorks, Murphy, Kidder, Wynne Look Great
History in the Steeplechase: The US Will Send Three Women to the Final for the First Time Ever
Emma Coburn, Stephanie Garcia and Colleen Quigley all advanced to Wednesday's final in the Bird's Nest after some quick qualifying heats. Coburn and Garcia both made it automatically, finishing third in their heats, while Quigley's 9:29 in heat 2 was enough to grab a time qualifier. Coburn will attempt to make some more history on Wednesday as she goes for the U.S.'s first-ever medal in the event.