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What2Watch: Saturday at the USATF ChampionshipsJune 27, 2015 | Jesse Squire
If you only watch one race today, it should be the men’s 1500 meter final. And if you only watch one race today, there is clearly something wrong with your priorities.
The USATF Championships continue today at Hayward Field in … Read More
The Monday Morning Run: Half marathon world record, Centrowitz rolls and Eaton fliesFebruary 16, 2015 | Kevin Sully
The Millrose Games in New York, a world record on the roads and Ashton Eaton’s unintentional athletic exploits highlight the week in professional track and field. For a quick look at the action, check out Jesse’s Scoreboard, … Read More
The Monday Morning Run: Levins doubles, Hasay kicks and Russians get suspendedFebruary 2, 2015 | Kevin Sully | 5 Comments
Don’t let the Super Bowl, or Katy Perry, overshadow a busy week in track and field. There were upsets and world records at the Armory, a massive breakthrough in Japan and a trifecta of big name drug suspensions. For a … Read More
The Monday Morning Run: Estrada shines, Centrowitz’s double and Bekele goes for twoJanuary 19, 2015 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
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‘Tis the season for tune ups. On the roads and track this past week, the professionals ran under-distance, over-distance and, in some cases, multiple races in order to prepare for what is to come. It’s … Read More
The Weekend’s Best Matchups: Pre ClassicMay 30, 2014 | Jesse Squire
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The Prefontaine Classic will be held tonight and tomorrow at historic Hayward Field and it totally dominates the weekend’s news in track and field.
There are other competitions this weekend–NCAA prelim rounds, the Gotzis decathlon and … Read More
The Monday Morning Run: Ben True’s World Lead, Santos upsets Merritt, Gay’s suspensionMay 5, 2014 | Kevin Sully | 2 Comments
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Sprinters in Kingston, distance runners in Palo Alto, but first a few more words about Meb. These are the last ones, I swear. Until he wins New York City in the fall.
This week, Amby … Read More
Five Things We Learned at London, Day 2July 27, 2013 | Pat Price
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Five quick thoughts on the second day of competition at the Sainsbury Anniversary Games, the London stop on the Diamond League tour…
The American Men looked strong in the 400 Hurdles
The guys … Read More
The Weekend’s Best Matchups – Monaco Diamond LeagueJuly 18, 2013 | Jesse Squire
Stade Louis II awaits. (Photo courtesy Creative Commons.)
As the season wears on, there are fewer and fewer competitions being held and they are at a higher and higher level. This weekend there is only one major competition on the … Read More
The Monday Morning RunJuly 8, 2013 | Kevin Sully
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It is one of the many idiosyncrasies in professional track and field that the Diamond League schedules two meets in one week and then leaves the schedule completely open … Read More
The 4 x 1: Farah rolls, Blake’s injury, standards chasing and gamblingJuly 2, 2013 | Kevin Sully
In episode two of the 4 x 1 Jason and Kevin take four minutes to discuss:
Is Mo Farah beatable this season?
What impact will Yohan Blake’s injury have on the 4 x 100 relay in Moscow?
Which American distance event … Read More