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US medal projections for WIC, smart tactics from BTC and a high jumping Mary Cain: Monday Morning RunMarch 14, 2016 | Kevin Sully
The US Indoor Championships occupied the main headlines in the professional ranks. For a recap of the NCAA Championships stay tuned to this space for Jesse’s recap.
The top three performances of the week…..
Whose career would you rather have, Meb or Rupp? Biggest World Indoors favorite, and other reader questionsMarch 8, 2016 | Kevin Sully
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Let’s the start with the bad news, over the past week there have been a string of positive drug tests including, world champion 1500m runner Abeba Aregawi, Tokyo Marathon champion Endeshaw Negesse and Olympic silver medalist Gamze … Read More
Centrowitz/Willis rivalry, American 800m depth & Dibaba world record:The Monday Morning RunFebruary 22, 2016 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
Millrose, Glasgow and a Genzebe Dibaba world records highlighted the week in track and field. In terms of indoor racing, this is the best we will see before the World Indoor Championships next month.
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2016 Olympic Trials Marathon Clickable Pace BreakdownFebruary 19, 2016 | Daily Relay | One Comment
To the joy of running data enthusiasts everywhere, USATF released mile-by-mile split times for all 364 athletes who started the 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials in Los Angeles. To save you the trouble of pouring over the the thousands of splits, … Read More
26 thoughts from Olympic Trials MarathonFebruary 16, 2016 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
Some leftover thoughts from Saturday’s Olympic Trials. Be sure to check out Jesse’s takeaways from the race, Brendon’s look at social media and our recap podcast featuring Sports Illustrated’s Tim Layden.
1) I know a good number of you thought Rupp … Read More
#TBT: Revisiting the 2012 Olympic Marathon Trials (and 10 Thoughts on how they relate to 2016)February 11, 2016 | Pat Price
Our coverage of the 2016 Olympic Trials Marathon continues with a look back to the 2012 Olympic Trials Marathon. And if you missed the past two posts, here are our Women’s picks and Men’s picks to make the Rio squad.
Official Daily Relay 2016 Olympic Trials Marathon Men’s picksFebruary 10, 2016 | Pat Price
It’s that time of every four years again, the Super Bowl of American Marathoning, the Olympic Trials. Daily Relay will be previewing the race all week and will have onsite coverage all weekend. Yesterday, we gave our Women’s picks. Today, … Read More
Official Daily Relay 2016 Olympic Trials Marathon Women’s picksFebruary 9, 2016 | Pat Price | 3 Comments
It’s that time of every four years again, the Super Bowl of American Marathoning, the Olympic Trials. Daily Relay will be previewing the race all week and will have onsite coverage all weekend. Today, we’ll give our picks for the … Read More
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
Bromell/Prandini win, top vaulters square off and when a world record is not a world record: Monday Morning RunJanuary 25, 2016 | Kevin Sully
The indoor season is picking up steam and the international marathon year began in earnest last week. Still, the major running headlines were fixed on:
-Adidas wanting to end their sponsorship deal early … Read More