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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Monday Morning Run: Thoughts on the NCAA Cross Country Championships

November 23, 2015 | | 3 Comments

(All photos by John Jarvis for Daily Relay)

Kevin Sully is taking the weekend off of analyzing the pro scene, and instead I’m taking a look at Saturday’s NCAA Championships.

Complete results are available at BranchSportsTech and the USTFCCCA has … Read More

Five Things We Learned in NCAA Cross Country (Plus One Open Question)

November 20, 2015 | | One Comment

(Photo credit: Dane Schubert for Daily Relay)

I shirked my writing duties for most of this year’s collegiate cross country season. I teach and I coach and have a bunch of other responsibilities too, but none of that is new … Read More

Monday Morning Run: 6 questions about the Russian doping scandal

November 16, 2015 | | One Comment

Photo via TrackTownPhoto

Unlike the other doping controversies since the London Olympics, the Russian cheating scandal entered the mainstream and gained more juice. The presence of Russia and Vladimir Putin (I honestly never thought his name would come up … Read More

Q&A: Donn Cabral on road racing, trials, the steeplechase and more

November 10, 2015 | | One Comment

In one of two Q&A’s we’re running today on steeplechasers who went to Princeton and run for the New Jersey*New York Track Club, we spoke to 2012 Olympic and 2015 World Championships steeplechase finalist Donn Cabral ahead of his appearance in … Read More

Q&A: Ashley Higginson wants it to feel like ‘senior year’

November 10, 2015 |

Photo: TrackTownPhoto

This is one of a pair of Q&A’s we’re running today on steeplechasers who went to Princeton and run for the New Jersey*New York Track Club. We spoke to 2013 World Championships competitor and 2015 Pan Am … Read More

Monday Morning Run: The storm before the other storm + leftover NYC Marathon thoughts

November 9, 2015 |

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Depending on when you read this, track and field is somewhere between in shambles and a sinking ship. Or maybe a sinking ship in shambles. WADA on Monday will give an independent report on the … Read More

Stanley Biwott: The right man for the job in New York City

November 1, 2015 |

Stanley Biwott’s winning performance at Sunday’s TCS New York City Marathon served as testimony to two foundational traits of top runners: speed and perseverance.

Leading up to his victory in New York City, Biwott’s career had been characterized by unfulfilled … Read More