Bernard Lagat pleased with 3:54 mile and looks to sharpen for Olympics at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
For Bernard Lagat, 2012 is all about the 5000 meters. With a number of 1500 and mile races under his belt, Bernard feels he is just a few speed sessions away from being sharp enough to take on Mo Farah and the other 5k favorites at the Olympics.
Christian Taylor wins in rainy conditions and aims for world record at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Is the triple jump world record possible for Christian Taylor? Christian certainly thinks so as he openly declares his intent on Jonathan Edwards's mark after winning at the London Grand Prix.
Aries Merritt 1st 110 hurdles ties PB in rainy conditions at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Aries Merritt has been on fire this season. Despite the wind and rain of London, Merritt tied his personal best of 12.93 seconds, the same time he ran at the Olympic Trials in similar conditions. Aries goes into what technical changes he's made in order to catalyze his improvements this season and pressure of heading into the Olympics on such a hot streak.
Collis Birmingham 2nd 5k hangs in with Mo for new PB and discusses good luck mustache
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce 8th 100 not too worried heading into Olympics at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Blessing Okagbare 1st 100 upsets teammate Jeter after setting PB in prelim at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Kellie Wells pulls off upset and looking for Olympic gold at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Nobody's beaten Sally Pearson for well over a year but Kellie Wells certainly did so at the London Grand Prix, putting ahead of the Aussie champion over the final hurdles in a fast 12.57 seconds. Kellie now looks ahead to the Olympic Games where her aim is one thing - a gold medal.
Ryan Bailey 2nd 100 slow start but happy with second half of race at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Aviva London Grand Prix - Ross Murray - Mens Emsley Carr Mile
Tyson Gay 1st 100 overcomes another slow start at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Angelo Taylor 3rd 400 hurdles talks about the advantages of experience and being a championship runner at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Angelo Taylor has been on the pro track circuit for 13 years and has seen it all. For this reason he wasn't too concerned with his third place finish at Crystal Palace. The two-time Olympic champ is confident that he can put all the pieces together once the London Games roll around.
Aviva London Grand Prix - Mo Farah - Mens 5000m
Aviva London Grand Prix - Charlie Grice - Mens Emsley Carr Mile
Aviva London Grand Prix - Oliva Breen - T37 200
Aviva London Grand Prix - Jack Green - Mens 400mh
Aviva London Grand Prix - Chris Tomlinson - Mens Long Jump
Aviva London Grand Prix - Julia Bleasdale - Women's 5000m
Aviva London Grand Prix - Yamil Aldama - Women's Triple Jump
Steve Hooker looking to get in rhythm after no-height at 2012 Aviva London Grand Prix
Aviva London Grand Prix - Barbara Parker - Women's 3000m SC