2018 Dubai Marathon Men's Preview: Tamirat Tola Aims to Become First Man to Repeat Since Haile G in 2010
Stacked Field Set For Pre Classic 5000: Americans Ben True, Ryan Hill, Bernard Lagat Face Top Africans Geoffrey Kamworor, Yomif Kejelcha, Hagos Gebrhiwet And Caleb Ndiku
London Friday: Mo Farah Dominates The 3000, While Laura Weightman Gets A Surprise 1500 Win To Thrill The Home Crowd
It was no contest as Farah took the 3000 in a world-leading 7:34.66 while Weightman held off US’s Gabe Grunewald to get her first big international win.
Friday London DL Preview: What Will Usain Bolt Do At 100 & How Fast Will Mo Farah Try To Run At 3,000?
Farah has proven himself as the favorite for 5k/10k gold in Beijing but Bolt still has work to do to catch Justin Gatlin. Can he get closer in London? Farah faces Lopez Lomong & Bernard Lagat in the 3k, plus an American-heavy women's 1,500 featuring Lauren Johnson, Katie Mackey, Treniere Moser and many more.
Absolutely Stacked Field Set For 2015 Prefontaine Classic 5000: Six Sub-13:00 Men Including Galen Rupp And Bernard Lagat
Top Africans include Yenew Alamirew, Edwin Soi, Isiah Koech and Lawi Lalang. American Ryan Hill is also in the field.
2015 IAAF Doha Preview: Mo Farah Doesn't Duck The Competition in A Stacked Men's 3,000; Asbel Kiprop, Mo Aman & Ayanleh Souleiman to Battle in 800; Abeba Aregawi and Sifan Hassan to Clash in 1500
Farah will face five men who have broken 7:31 including Hagos Gebrhiwet and Yenew Alamirew. The women's 1500 features '14 world leader Sifan Hassan and '13 world champ Abeba Aregawi, while Ethiopians Sofia Assefa and Hiwot Ayalew will race in the women's steeple. Justin Gatlin (100) and Allyson Felix (200) headline the non-distance action.
2014 LRC Year-End Rankings: Men's 5000: Caleb Ndiku Reigns as Galen Rupp Nabs The #4 Spot
Zürich Preview: Can Emma Coburn & Jenny Simpson Win Diamond Race Titles? David Rudisha And Nijel Amos Headline A Loaded 800; Can Galen Rupp, Ben True Or Hassan Mead Go Sub-13:00?
The first of the two DL finals should be spectacular as the winner of the men’s 800 and women’s 1500 likely will take home $50,000 and a spot into 2015 Worlds whereas second will get just a $6,000 consolation prize. Plus New Balance teammates Emma Coburn and Jenny Simpson try to bring home DL titles to the USA.
Glasgow Day 1 Distance Recap: Sifan Hassan Wins Again and Hagos Gebrhiwet is Back
Jordan Hasay was last in the 1500 but still PR'd by over 2 seconds while the American men struggled in the 5000.
Glasgow DL Preview: A Great Women's 1,500, A Totally Loaded Men's 5000, Emma Coburn Chases The American Record And David Rudisha In The 800
The two-day meet gets underway Friday and features top fields in the women's 1,500 and men's 5,000 as well as recent US champs Leo Manzano and Ajee' Wilson in the men's 1,500 and women's 800.
Paris DL Preview: Can Simpson Get The American Record And Can Rowbury Break 4:00 In A Stacked Women's 1500; A Fascinating Men's 800 Of Amos Vs. Kaki Vs. Kiprop
Hellen Obiri looks to keep winning against Abeba Aregawi and Jenny Simpson in the women's 1,500. Can Simpson get the AR or can Rowbury break 4:00? Asbel Kiprop takes on Nijel Amos and the 800 specialists and Emma Coburn goes for her second DL win in the women's steeple. Can she get the American record as well?
Men's 5,000: Galen Rupp's AR Attempt Fails To Materialize As Yenew Alamirew Outkicks Caleb Ndiku For Win
The field never went for a fast time, they went for the win as Rupp ended up 3rd.
2014 Pre Men's 5,000: Americans Ben True And Hassan Mead Hope To Join Sub-13:00 Club, As The Six Fastest Men From 2013 And Bernard Lagat Battle
A stacked field with the possibility of 2 more Americans joining the sub-13:00 club.
Shanghai DL Men's Preview: Makhloufi Drops to 800 Against Sowinski, Mulder and Johnson and The World's 4 Fastest 5000 Men From 2013 Will Battle
American Erik Sowinski has a great opportunity with the best 800m SB in the field.