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...

Shalane Flanagan Retires From Professional Running

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One of the greatest distance runners in American history has retired: Four-time Olympian and 2017 New York City Marathon champion Shalane Flanagan announced on Monday that her incredible professional running career is over after 15 years.

Weekend Recap: NAU Keeps On Chugging, UW States Their Case

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This past weekend of NCAA cross country gave us a much clearer picture of how the rest of the 2019 campaign will unfold. With the Nuttycombe and Pre-National Invitationals bringing together the best squads across the country, team title favorites strengthened their cases while top individuals emerged from the crowded pack to position themselves at the front heading into the postseason.

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Can The Colorado Men Get Another Big Win? | Pre-Nats Men's Preview

We outlined the big questions for the women’s race this Saturday in Terre Haute; now here’s what to watch for in the men’s race. 

The 3 Biggest Questions From The Pre-Nats Women's Race

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Less than 24 hours after the Nuttycombe Invitational, the second big NCAA cross country meet of the weekend gets going in Terre Haute. The Pre Nationals meet at the site of this year’s NCAA Championships features four of the top seven women’s teams in the nation. Here are three big questions that will be answered in the race: 

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Kelati, Werner, Monson Collide At Nuttycombe | Women's Preview

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The women’s race at Friday’s Nuttycombe Invitational in Madison functions as a preview for November’s NCAA Championships. Yes, some top teams and individuals will compete the next day at the Pre Nationals meet in Terre Haute, but the fields in Wisconsin will be stacked. Three of the top four teams in the nation are set to race (and six of the 10, and eight of the top 12). 

NAU, Stanford Run It Back At Nuttycombe | Men's Preview

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Last month, the NAU men’s team began their season as expected. The winners of the last three NCAA titles went to Terre Haute for the John McNichols Invitational, held out two of their best runners and still beat second-ranked Stanford by a comfortable margin. 

House Of Run: Where Does The Marathon Go From Here?

Jason and Kevin discuss Eliud Kipchoge fulfilling his sub-two-hour goal, Brigid Kosgei’s smashing the world record in the women’s marathon, the Nike Oregon Project disbanding and much more.

IOC Plans To Move Olympic Marathons To Sapporo Seeking Cooler Conditions

With searing heat combined with high humidity expected for Tokyo next August, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that they planned to move the Olympic Marathons and race walking events to Sapporo, more than 800 kilometers (500 miles) north of Tokyo on the island of Hokkaido. 

DII NCAA Cross Country Recap: Kimutai Picks Up Crucial Midseason Win

All attention in Division II cross country over the weekend was in Romeoville, Illinois, as the Lewis Conference Crossover went down on Saturday. Despite the meet featuring none of the mighty Colorado heavyweights-- Adams State, Colorado Mines or Western Colorado-- the race still had plenty of podium implications and individual title contenders.

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