All Workout Wednesdays Found Here!

WORKOUT WEDNESDAYS


All 183 (and counting!) Workout Wednesdays are looking for a new home. We're going to find them one - but until then, they can all be found right here. Some of our favorites from Season 10 are below, as well as some all-time classics.

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SEASON 10


Lake Repeats With The Notre Dame Women - featuring the NCAA Cross Country Champ - Molly Seidel.

Morning Tempo Run With Adams State - the D2 powerhouse hit the dirt roads of Alamosa.

Track Reps With The Providence Lady Friars - 8x600m repeats on the track before the NCAA Cross Country season.


SEASON NINE


Sprint Workout With Nick Symmonds and Cas Loxsom - the boys prepared for the 2015 World Championships with a hard sprint workout.

Repeat K's With Allie Ostrander - fresh off her 2014 NXN victory, we caught up with Allie Ostrander for a track workout.


SEASON EIGHT


Post 3:50 Mile Indoor Tempo With Galen Rupp - you have to see it to believe it.

MORE:
- Best Race/Workout Combo of Your Life With Jordan Hasay and Mary Cain
- 5k Proving Grounds with Nick Willis 


SEASON THREE


UW with Kara Goucher - After giving birth to her first child, Kara Goucher logged some big miles in preparation for the 2011 Boston Marathon.

MORE:
- Rainy Day Tempo Run with Leo Manzano


SEASON ONE


Easy Day with Chris Lukezic - who has done basically the same thing every Monday for over 5 years.


AND SO MUCH MORE...

2019 FloXC Countdown: #13 Syracuse Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 13 women’s spot goes to Syracuse, and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #13 Thomas Ratcliffe

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. The No. 13 men’s individual spot goes to Stanford sophomore Thomas Ratcliffe, and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #13 UCLA Men

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 13 men’s spot goes to UCLA and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #13 Aubrey Roberts

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. The No. 13 women’s individual spot goes to Northwestern senior Aubrey Roberts, and here's why:

Looking Back On Usain Bolt's 9.58 100m World Record

Do you remember where you were 10 years ago? 

After US Title, Coleman Returns To The Track In Birmingham

The Diamond League is back from its hiatus for national championships with Birmingham on tap this weekend. 

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2019 FloXC Countdown: #14 Boise State Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 14 women’s spot goes to Boise State, and here's why:

2019 FloTrack TV Guide

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2019 FloXC Countdown: #14 James Sugira

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. The No. 14 men’s individual spot goes to Eastern Kentucky sophomore James Sugira, and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #14 Amanda Vestri

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. The No. 14 women’s individual spot goes to Syracuse junior Amanda Vestri, and here's why: