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What you have in common with Genzebe Dibaba, Rupp’s debut in context: Monday Morning RunFebruary 1, 2016 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
Despite my completely logical arguments to the contrary, Galen Rupp is running the Olympic Trials marathon in less than two weeks. The loss of my (already very limited) credibility is the running world’s gain. Rupp is the ultimate wildcard and adds … Read More
Hall retires, Felix double activated and what the hell happened with the WADA report? The Monday Morning Run….January 19, 2016 | Kevin Sully | 2 Comments
Ryan Hall’s retirement and the release of WADA’s second independent commission report split the headlines last week, at least in the United States. Plenty on both below, but first…….the return of The Medalists–my top three performances of the week. It’s … Read More
The Weekend’s Best MatchupsMarch 6, 2014 | Jesse Squire | 2 Comments
This weekend is the IAAF World Indoor Championships, to be held in the Ergo Arena in Sopot, Poland. Of course all the weekend’s best matchups come from this meet.
The IAAF’s meet website has schedules, start lists, live results, and … Read More
What We Learned at the USA Indoor Championships (day 2)February 23, 2014 | Jesse Squire | One Comment
Ryan Whiting has become a beast of historic proportions. (Photo by Dane Schubert.)
What did we learn on the second and final day of the USA Indoor Championships?
USATF is its own worst enemy. The height of comedy to me … Read More
Daily News Roundup: National Signing DayFebruary 5, 2014 | Jesse Squire
Today is national letter of intent signing day for several college sports, track and field (and cross country) among them. It’s a relatively minor happening in our sport as compared to what happens with football or men’s basketball, and I’m … Read More
Daily News Roundup: Teams Matter, part 3January 8, 2014 | Jesse Squire | 2 Comments
There’s a reason the Brits go bonkers for this guy, and it’s not because he runs for Nike.
Over the last two days I’ve talked about how team identity and team competition is where track and field and road racing … Read More
The Weekend’s Best Matchups for August 29-September 2August 29, 2013 | Jesse Squire
Zurich’s “Letzi” awaits the Weltklasse.
This is an unusually long weekend, starting with Thursday’s Diamond League final in Zurich and stretching out to Monday’s USATF 20k Championships. Let’s take a look at the best matchups coming your way over those … Read More
World Championships Preview: Women’s JumpsAugust 3, 2013 | Jesse Squire
Brigetta Barrett won a surprise silver at the Olympics, but Worlds gold would surprise no one. (Photo courtesy Creative Commons.)
Over the last few days we’ve started to preview the upcoming World Championships in Moscow, breaking things down by event … Read More
Five Things We Learned at London, Day 1July 26, 2013 | Jesse Squire | One Comment
Five quick thoughts on the first day of competition at the Sainsbury Anniversary Games, the London stop on the Diamond League tour…
Jenn Suhr is no longer the Worlds favorite.
Suhr is the reigning Olympic pole vault champion and broke … Read More
Midseason Diamond League AnalysisJuly 10, 2013 | Jesse Squire | 2 Comments
(Photo courtesy IAAF Diamond League Facebook page.)
There is no Diamond League meet this week. It is the longest break in the top pro tour aside from the USATF Championships weekend, and gives us a chance to take a just-past-midseason … Read More