Day 4 Rest of Meet: Sean McGorty Survives Steeple Scare, Chris Nilsen Upsets Sam Kendricks, & Will Claye Is Clutch
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce the GOAT, A Record 12th Gold For Felix, Lyles Doesn’t Rule Out Sub-19 - 2019 Worlds Day 3
How Good Was Sifan Hassan's 8:18?, Western States Analysis, Will Claye and a New Type of Track Meet in Belarus
Best of the Mixed Zone: Christian Coleman's Call from Maurice Greene, Will Claye May Skip Outdoors to Promote His Album, & Michael Cherry's Unorthodox Medal-Winning Meal
#Jumping60: After Another World Title, Christian Taylor Going to Mountains of France to Try to Break Jonathan Edwards' World Record
WTW: How Much Does A Diamond League Meet Cost, The LRC Singlet Comes Out of Retirement and Are Stars Now Ducking Each Other in High School?
Christian Taylor Becomes Second Man to Repeat As Olympic Triple Jump Champ; Will Claye Gets Silver and Proposes to Girlfriend Queen Harrison on Victory Lap
A Look At What Might Have Happened At The Trials: What If Duane Solomon Hadn't Let Up in Round #1, What If Kim Conley's Shoe Hadn't Come Off, What If Brenda Martinez Hadn't Been Tripped Up in the 800?
2016 Millrose Games Preview: Willis-Centro Rematch, Rowbury & Huddle Dream of American Records, King Ches Against the Big Boys in the 3k and Can Drew Hunter Break the HS Record (Again)?
Will Claye (LJ) And Chaunté Lowe (HJ) Highlight Jumps At The Armory Track Invitational Next Saturday
The meet which will be live on USATF.TV features great distance fields as well with Galen Rupp, Mary Cain, Ajee Wilson, Matt Centrowitz and a WR attempt in the DMR.
Record-breaking Fields Set For Armory Track Invitational On January 31st; DMR World Record Will Likely Go Down In DMR World Challenge Race
Field has teams from USA, Kenya, Ireland, NJ-NYTC, Wisconsin, Villanova, Duke, Columbia and the University of Mississippi. Open athletes competing at the meet include Galen Rupp, Mary Cain, Ajee Wilson and Jordan Hasay.
Glasgow Day 2, Sprints & Field Events: Michelle-Lee Ahye Keeps Winning And Dafne Schippers Is The Netherlands' Version Of Ashton Eaton
Ahye remained perfect in the 100 while Schippers, who took bronze in the heptathlon at Worlds last year, won the 200 over Allyson Felix and set two national records in the span of two hours. There were also wins for Christian Taylor (triple jump), Jeff Henderson (long jump) and Blanka Vlasic (high jump).
Olympic Silver Medalist Will Claye jumps to No. 7 U.S. all-time triple jump on Day 3 of USATF Outdoor Championships
Claye handily beat 2012 Olympic champion Christian Taylor. In other events Mike Rodgers won the 100 with 10.09 into a headwind after running a wind-aided 9.80 in the semis. Tianna Bartoletta won the womens' 100 in 11.15 (-2.1 wind) after Tori Bowi ran a wind legal 10.91 in the semis. Trey Hardee won the decathlon, Jenn Suhr the PV and Hayden Reed the discus.