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NCAA XC Championships History, Visualized

October 22, 2014 |

I’ve produced a couple of handy documents that give you a visual representation of the top ten teams at every NCAA Cross Country Championships, from the meet’s inception in 1938 until today. Each team is shown in their school colors.

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Monday Morning Run: World Champs bidding heats up, NYC Marathon look ahead and Symmonds’s world record

October 21, 2014 |

Photo via TrackTownPhoto

The Monday Morning Run waited until Tuesday this week to make way for Jesse’s comprehensive NCAA recap with news and notes from two mammoth races on the collegiate slate. For the professionals, it was a slow … Read More

Olympic Champion Brittney Reese long jumps in slow motion at Apple event

October 16, 2014 |

It looks like there may be a track & field fan or two in Cupertino, California. A slow motion video of Olympic long jump champion, Brittney Reese was features at Apple’s most recent iPad event.

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24 Hours ‘Til 26 Miles: Craig Leon and the Chicago Marathon

October 15, 2014 |

Photo via @CleonRun

The first floor of the Chicago Hilton is a flurry of activity. Professional athletes, regular runners and race staff are mixed together, all seemingly walking in different directions. Some are heading out into the morning for … Read More

The Monday Morning Run: 26 Thoughts on the Chicago Marathon

October 13, 2014 | | One Comment

Photo Via Bank of America Chicago Marathon

In the insanely fast climate of the marathon, Sunday’s race in Chicago didn’t produce an easy headline.  There were no course records.  The world record was never threatened.  Kenenisa Bekele, the … Read More

The Monday Morning Run: Chicago Marathon Preview, Athlete of the Year Controversy

October 6, 2014 | | One Comment

Photo via TrackTownPhoto

The buzz of Berlin hasn’t even worn off and yet we are only six days away from the Chicago Marathon, the next major of the fall. There won’t be a world record in this one, … Read More

5 Takeaways from Nick Symmonds new book, “Life Outside the Oval Office”

October 1, 2014 |

Nick Symmonds has a new book coming out later this month and it’s quite entertaining. Symmonds comes off as he always does; honest, thought provoking, and a little brash. Here’s a quick insight into what’s in store for the reader.

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The Parable of the Prodigious Son

September 30, 2014 | | 2 Comments

He continued: “There was a man who had five sons and two daughters. The second oldest child said to his father, ‘Father, there are miles to be run.’ So he let his son run to his heart’s content. He … Read More