New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Archives - Daily Relay
The Monday Morning Run: Simpson grinds out an American record, records aplenty in Boston and Barshim soarsFebruary 9, 2015 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
If you enjoy middle-distance races, then the indoor season is for you. At Saturday’s New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, there were six races between 1,000 and 3,218 meters. Not all of them panned out, but in … Read More
New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Bingo CardFebruary 6, 2015 | Kevin Sully | 2 Comments
Saturday, the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix is live from Boston on NBCSN beginning at 6:00 p.m EST. Enhance your viewing experience with the bingo card below!
The Monday Morning Run: Indoor Track Preview, Bekele’s future, and the biggest 5K blowoutJanuary 26, 2015 | Kevin Sully | 2 Comments
A quick reminder before we begin this edition of the Monday Morning Run. For a quick recap of the week’s action, check out Jesse’s Scoreboard every Sunday. Also, each Tuesday Jesse runs through all the NCAA results, … Read More
The Monday Morning RunFebruary 10, 2014 | Kevin Sully | 2 Comments
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The American professional indoor season started with a bullet. Two obscure world records, shoe issues, lap miscalculation and the blossoming on a new sprint star. Plenty of discussion below about the highs and lows from … Read More
The Weekend’s Best MatchupsFebruary 7, 2014 | Jesse Squire
Duane Solomon and Nick Symmonds lead off two evenly matched 4×800 relay teams, and the winner might break the world indoor record.
The first really big domestic meet of the weekend will be on Saturday, the New Balance Indoor Grand … 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