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Mo Farah Wins 10K Slugfest, Teenager Kejelcha Surprises In 5K At Pre Classic

Mo Farah won a grueling men's 10,000m at the Pre Classic in 26:50.97. FULL RESULTS Mo Farah stormed ahead of Kenyans Paul Tanui and Geoffrey Kamworor in the final meters of the men’s 10,000m at the 2015 Pre Classic, winning the most highly anticipated race of Distance Night at the Prefontaine Classic in 26:50.97. Farah’s time is the fastest in the world in 2015.    Tanui would end up 2nd in 26:51.86, and Kamworor 3rd in 26:52.65. Tanui was also runner-up in the 2014 Pre Classic 10K.    The 32-year-old double Oly...

Top 10 NCAA Preliminary Moments: Day 2

1. Jasmine Todd and Jenna Prandini Rock the 100m Jasmine Todd and Jenna Prandini both punched their tickets to Eugene with the top two fastest marks of the day in the women’s 100m. After running a 10.89 (+4.0) yesterday, Todd returned to the track to easily take heat 1 in 10.88 (+3.7). The mark puts her No. 3 on the world list for all conditions. Prandini followed her teammate with an easy win in heat 2, taking the field over with an 11.11 (+1.8) finishing time.  .@OregonTF's Jasmine Todd 10.88! #ncaatf #WestPrelims pic.twitter.com/...

Stephen Sambu, Joyce Chepkirui Return to Defend UAE Healthy Kidney Titles

Stephen Sambu on his way to winning the 2014 UAE Healthy Kidney 10K.  Since 2005, the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K in Central Park has drawn some of fastest 10K performances in road running history, all while raising awareness for kidney disease and organ donation. Tomorrow’s UAE Healthy Kidney 10K will be no different as four Olympians are set to toe the line Saturday morning and give the course record a scare.    With the help of primary sponsor Arab Emirates, the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K offers $25,000 to the 2015 first-place f...

Watch Ashton Eaton LIVE on FloTrack!

The world's BEST athlete Ashton Eaton will be competing in his first decathlon since 2013 at the Hypo-Meeting in Gotzis and it will be LIVE on FloTrack! Beginning at 8:30am CT, you can watch Eaton, the world's greatest athlete. The Hypo-Meeting at the Mosle Stadium in Gotzis, Austria, is the home of the former world record decathlon score, Roman Sebrle’s 9026 points from 2001. Eaton surpassed that mark at the 2012 Olympic Trials in Eugene, scoring 9039 points to make him the second man to score over 9000. Eaton last completed a...

Ben True Looks To Tame Beast At UAE Healthy Kidney 10K

Ben True’s 2015 season got off to a rough start.    After finishing 6th at the 2013 World XC Championships, True was considered a lock to finish top six in February’s USATF Cross Championships in Boulder, CO. and represent Team USA at World XC in China. Instead, True was 11th on an unseasonably warm day in Boulder, 1:22 behind race winner Chris Derrick. As one of America’s top distance runners, the performance left him searching for answers.  Some days are hard, others are void of all explanation. Congrats to @...

Top 10 NCAA Preliminary Moments: Day 1

1. The West men's 10K was won by 2014 Champion Oregon's Edward Cheserek in 29:43. The pack dwindled down to about 15 after 5K, and finally 10 men were packed together and cruising their way to punching tickets to Eugene. TICKETS PUNCHED #NCAATF 10k pic.twitter.com/4nRQgPQpOk — FloTrack (@FloTrack) May 29, 2015  Notably, Arkansas favorite Kemoy Campbell dropped out for reasons unknown. Kemoy Campbell out! #ncaatf #westprelims pic.twitter.com/9ScMtk4aSB — FloTrack (@FloTrack) May 29, 2015 Also interestingly enough, Colorado's Pi...

Best Moments From UAE Healthy Kidney 10K

Dathan Ritzenhein winning the 2007 UAE Healthy Kidney 10K.  Since 2005, the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K has been the site for some of the world’s fastest road 10K performances. With the aim to raise awareness for kidney disease and organ donation, the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K has hosted some of the world’s fastest road runners for 10 years. Here are some of the best moments from UAE Healthy Kidney 10K event history:   2005 - Australian Olympian Craig Mottram won the first ever UAE Healthy Kidney 10K in 28:28, the second-fastest ...

Matthew Maton OUT Of 2015 adidas Dream Mile

Matthew Maton, the sixth sub-4 high school miler in U.S. history, will not take part in the 2015 adidas Dream Mile. Maton made the announcement today on his Twitter that a nagging Achilles injury that has bothered him since his 3:59.38 mile on May 8th at the Oregon Twilight will prevent him from being ready for the June 13th race in New York City.  @adidasGrandPrix @milesplit @DyeStat @Phresh_Fish @adidasrunning @FloTrack @parkerstinson @AlexWithStripes pic.twitter.com/DcqDvaXYFp — matthew maton (@matthewmaton1) May 28, 2015 With no...

Michigan Pole Vaulter Impaled at Track Meet

By Johanna Gretschel for MileSplit Hartland High School pole vaulter Alex Lindahl was impaled by his own pole on Tuesday afternoon when the implement snapped during the Larry Steeb Memorial Meet of Champions, according to the Livingston Daily.   The pole struck Lindahl's orbital bone. He was rushed to the University of Michigan Medical Center at 3:30 p.m., where he received 40 stitches in his eye during a five-hour surgical procedure.   "Luckily, doctors were able to fix his eye, but it's whether or not his vision will fully be ...

South Carolina Track Classic Races on FloTrack

Recent world record-holder Kyle Merber will race at Furman University Saturday. Furman University will play host to two elite 1500m fields on Saturday evening and the races will be ARCHIVED on FloTrack following the conclusion of the event. The men's race is slated for 8:05pm ET, with the women's at 8:20pm ET. The purpose of this meet is for athletes to achieve USATF and IAAF standards. The men’s (3:36.20) and women’s (4:06.50) “A” standards are the goal Last year, Canadian World Bronze Medalist Nicole Sifuentes took th...

 
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