With the top girl in the country racing NXN, Saturday’s competition will be open.
A race between Dathan Ritzenhein, Alan Webb, and Ryan Hall sets the stage for the next decade of American distance running.
Jordan Hasay emerges from a field of three returning champions to win her second Footlocker title.
The 12 meetings of the Diamond League will culminate in two championship meets.
Edward Cheserek and Futsum Zeinasellassie trade leads throughout the race.
Molly Seidel comes back on Erin Finn for the win that allowed her to break the Footlocker Curse four years later.
Grant Fisher wins his first of two Footlocker titles.
Matt Withrow comes from behind to beat Shadrack Kiptoo and Galen Rupp
Given its niche audience, it is rare that track and field finds its way into popular culture. Aside from the occasional Usain Bolt reference, runners are often either forgotten in the news cycle. More likely is that wide swaths of the population don't know that they exist at all. That is why I was both surprised and pleased to be alerted to the embedded video of a song about Paul Chelimo and his unlikely ascent to Olympic Silver Medalist. Admittedly , it may be a bit of a stretch to label this a true insertion into pop culture as Daniel Ayers, like Chelimo himself, is far from a household name. But, we take what we can get around these parts. As for the song itself, I must say that I rather enjoyed it and ended wishing it were longer than two minutes. Perhaps the song will be updated as Chelimo adds to his accomplishments in the coming years.
Whenever running is nationally televised, we pay attention.
Puskedra returns to the race that put him on the marathoning scene one year ago.
In the last two weeks, we’ve seen the last track races of two great and different careers.
Shannon Rowbury sets and American Record, Caster Semenya sits and kicks a 400m, and Sandi Morris sets most records in the Pole Vault.
Multiple world record attempts are in store for the final Diamond League meeting of the 2016 circuit.
Jenkins snuck up on Centro in the final meters to pull off the upset.