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AboutJesse Squire, Author at Daily Relay

Jesse Squire

Jesse Squire

Jesse Squire (@tracksuperfan) is a staff writer for Daily Relay, maintains the Track and Field Superfan blog, and contributes to Track and Field News.

Posts By Jesse Squire

Rivalry Trophies in College Track

April 20, 2017 | | 3 Comments

The winner of the Bowling Green versus Toledo dual meet will now have a stone to take home.

About two weeks ago I had the honor of acting as announcer for the annual Bowling Green – Toledo dual meet. Now … Read More

Ten Races to Watch This Weekend

April 13, 2017 | | One Comment

Meb Keflezighi probably can’t win the Boston Marathon again, but how many times has he been counted out and still delivered?

Track meets can often take all day, and you probably don’t have all day to sit and watch every … Read More

What Should We Expect From Two High School Stars?

March 31, 2017 |

This is where I normally would write up a list of the weekend’s best matchups. While there is a lot of good competition this weekend, I’m not sure it fits that kind of analysis. And it also feels like I’m … Read More

Saturday Viewer’s Guide to the NCAA Indoor Championships

March 11, 2017 | | 3 Comments

Yesterday I said that the NCAA Indoor Championships–a tight, two-day, action-packed adventure with an overnight cliffhanger–is a meet with resemblances to the classic 1960s Batman TV series.

When we last left our heroes, we had dynamic duos (and trios and … Read More

Friday Viewer’s Guide to the NCAA Indoor Championships

March 10, 2017 | | One Comment

The NCAA Indoor Championships start today and finish tomorrow. They’re one of the best meets to watch because so much happens in such a short period of time, and nearly everything that happens is important in one way or another. … Read More

The Greatest Collegiate Single-Day Doubles of All Time

March 8, 2017 | | 7 Comments

If “Ches” can win multiple events this weekend, how will he stack up against the all-time greats?

Oregon’s Edward Cheserek is entered in four events at this weekend’s NCAA Indoor Championships. It’s not clear if he will run all four–he … Read More

Five Questions with Youngstown State Hurdler Chad Zallow

March 6, 2017 | | 4 Comments

Welcome back to 5 Questions, where we pick the brains of people from all areas of the running scene.

Today we’re talking to Chad Zallow, a sophomore hurdler at Youngstown State University. Heading into this weekend’s NCAA Indoor Championships, … Read More

The Weekend’s Best Matchups: Birmingham Indoor, Kenya Cross Country, and more

February 17, 2017 | | One Comment

The IAAF’s World Indoor Tour comes to a conclusion on Saturday with the Müller Indoor Grand Prix in Birmingham, England, and it offers up most of the weekend’s best action. There’s more, though, with some interesting competition in the USA … Read More

The Monday Morning Run: A Weekend Full of Records

February 13, 2017 | | One Comment

This is my second weekend of subbing for Kevin Sully for the Monday Morning Run and I’m still working on warming up to the format.

The Millrose Games dominated the domestic action and rightly so. There was a wide … Read More

The Weekend’s Best Matchups: Millrose Games, college action, and more

February 10, 2017 |

Nobody stays in front of Matt Centrowitz for long, but he’ll have his hands full at the Millrose Games. (Photo by Dane Schubert for Daily Relay)

There is no shortage of action this weekend. The Millrose Games take center stage … Read More