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The Non-Track Fan’s Guide to the Olympics: Men’s running eventsAugust 8, 2016 | Kevin Sully | 10 Comments
If you haven’t paid attention to track the last four years, then this post is for you. If you do pay attention to track, but are interested in the education of your friends, relatives and acquaintances who will dabble in … Read More
Looming questions before Rio: Bolt’s health, who gets the most NBC airtime and will Dibaba run?July 20, 2016 | Kevin Sully | 2 Comments
From a competition perspective, the U.S. Olympic Trials answered most of the biggest questions entering Rio. We learned which American high hurdler would be left off the team. Strangely, it was the one with the American record. We also found out that … Read More
Collegians running like pros, unanswered questions in the men’s 800m and Bolt putting the 100m to bed: Monday Morning RunJune 13, 2016 | Kevin Sully
It’s been three weeks since I showed up on a Monday. Hopefully, everyone has been checking out the weekly podcasts recapping all the goings on in the Diamond League and beyond.
For a full accounting of … Read More
Formulaic Bolt, summer track in the US, false start in Shanghai + reliable rabbitsMay 17, 2016 | Kevin Sully
After last week’s absence I’m going to try and squeeze in two weeks worth of Diamond League meets into one edition of the Monday Morning Run.
This weekend, Asafa Powell, Yohan Blake, Justin Gatlin and Usain … Read More
Who’s ready for Kenyan marathon selection drama? Track’s Justice League and early world leads: Monday Morning RunApril 4, 2016 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
A few questions to begin…..
-Did anyone take a break after indoors?
Many athletes who competed two weeks ago at the World Indoor Championships are already competing outdoors. Shawn Barber cleared 5.91 in the pole vault at the Texas Relays, … Read More
10 Things I’m interested in following in 2016January 11, 2016 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
After a year of doping and corruption stories that piled up so high that they became hard to keep straight, it’s the Olympics to the rescue in 2016! Or at the very least, it’s the Olympics to the diversion! Here … Read More
The Monday Morning: Yelp reviews for 2015December 28, 2015 | Kevin Sully | 4 Comments
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In the last installment of The Monday Morning Run of 2015, my House of Run co-host Jason and I mashed up two things we love–track and field and Yelp–to review athlete’s seasons. We only covered … Read More
The Monday Morning Run:De Grasse’s contract is way bigger than you thoughtDecember 7, 2015 | Kevin Sully | 3 Comments
Something extremely rare happened on Friday in the track and field universe. Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse signed a professional contract with Puma, foregoing his senior year at USC.
That wasn’t the strange part though. Collegiate runners leave NCCA running … Read More
The Monday Morning Run: Beijing rematches, Zurich in slow motion and the one week too late clubSeptember 8, 2015 | Kevin Sully | One Comment
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Zurich hosted the first half of the Diamond League’s two-part finale last week. It’s the post-script on a season that reached its climax over a week ago in Beijing. Most people looked in slow motion … Read More
From the Stands: Beijing World ChampionshipsSeptember 4, 2015 | Ben Enowitz
Although it was work that brought me to Beijing, I still found a way to experience the World Championships, both from inside and outside the Bird’s Nest. I was not able to attend most of the sessions, but the full-access … Read More