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The Weekend’s Best Matchups: World Relays, College Rivalries, and Cardinal Invitational

May 1, 2015 |

The biggest races of the weekend are the sprint events at the IAAF World Relays in the Bahamas, but the best will be the men’s 4×400 on Sunday night.

The big action this weekend is in the Bahamas, where the … Read More

5 Questions with Pat Casey

May 30, 2014 | | One Comment

photo: Track Town Photo

Welcome back to 5 Questions, where we pick the brains of people from all areas of the running scene. Today, we were lucky enough to catch up with Pat Casey, who is … Read More

Five Things We Learned on Day 2 of the IAAF World Relays

May 25, 2014 | | 3 Comments

Five quick thoughts on the final day of the meet…

The meet was a success.

The inaugural IAAF World Relays was a sellout on both of its days and the stadium was buzzing with energy. The interest among international fans … Read More

Five Things We Learned on Day 1 of the IAAF World Relays

May 25, 2014 | | 3 Comments

Five thoughts about the first day of the IAAF’s new World Relays…

Relays are fun.

We in the United States have known this for a long time. We more or less invented the relay race in Philadelphia, where 100,000 fans … Read More

The Weekend’s Best Matchups: World Relays, College Championships and more

May 23, 2014 |

The world is coming to the Bahamas for the first ever IAAF World Relays this weekend, a meet that looks like it will be great fun. There’s plenty of other action this weekend too: three lower-tier national collegiate championships, US … Read More

5 Questions with Leo Manzano

May 1, 2014 |

Welcome back to 5 Questions, where we pick the brains of people from all areas of the running scene. Today, we were lucky enough to catch up with 2012 Olympic Silver Medalist in the 1500 meters,┬áLeo Manzano. Check out his … Read More

Daily News Roundup: Teams Matter, part 2

January 7, 2014 |

College track has a ready-made fan base. We just need to figure out how to make it easier for college sports fans to follow what we do. (Photo by TrackTownPhoto)

Yesterday, I posted an excerpt from Brett Larner’s Japan Running … Read More

Five Things We Learned in Monaco

July 19, 2013 |

Five quick thoughts on today’s Diamond League meet in Monaco…

Jenny Simpson is back.

Back in 2009, when she was known as Jenny Barringer, she ran the still-standing 1500 meter collegiate record of 3:59.90 at the Prefontaine Classic. At the … Read More