Molly Huddle welcomes pressure of being a favorite
Molly Huddle, the American Record holder in the 5000 meters, will step to the track today to defend her US title and begin her journey towards London and her first US Olympic Team. Molly feels the pressure of being a favorite but remembers it is a position she has always wanted to be in. Follow Molly through the first round of the 5k later today.
Garrett Heath pushing body to new limits
Today marks the opening prelim of the Olympic Trials 1500. Garret Heath has been on the cusp on breaking through to the next level of US Mid Distance stardom. Heath has put it on the line and come final time, hopes to be on that top three to London.
Queen Harrison with strength from family going into Trials
Queen Harrison was one of the most successful hurdlers in NCAA history becoming the first woman to win both the 100H and 400H in the same meet. Prior to that, when Queen was only 19 years old she became the youngest member of the 2008 US Olympic Team and when one to the semi-finals in Beijing. This year Queen looks to make history again by making both the 100H and 400H teams. She fills us in on her motivations in find her strong to do what others don't think is possible.
Adam Nelson finding new motivations for the Trials
Saucony shot putter Adam Nelson looks to find his strong while preparing for the Olympic Trials. Nelson discusses the new motivation he has found for his competition through helping with the Global Genes Project and digging deep everyday in order to compete at the Olympic level.