Dalilah Muhammad Wins Blazing Fast 400H Final As Sydney Breaks WJR

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Dalilah Muhammad won one of the deepest 400 meter hurdle races in history at the U.S. championships. Her 52.64 winning time makes her the sixth fastest performer in the history of the event, while Shamier Little's 52.75 ranks No. 9 all-time. High school senior Sydney McLaughlin failed to make the team, but smashed her own world junior record in 53.82 seconds. It was her first time running under 54 seconds.



COMPLETE RESULTS

The performance marked the first time in history that three women have gone sub-53 seconds in the same race. The competition was so deep that Olympic bronze medalist Ashley Spencer finished fourth in a personal best of 53.11 and didn't make the team. 

For Little, the race was welcomed redemption after missing the Olympic Trials final last year. Her finishing time of 52.75 was a massive improvement on her personal best of 53.44 set at the Prefontaine Classic in May. 

Carter's performance was another breakthrough as she finished in the dreaded fourth-place position at the 2016 Olympic Trials. London marks her second international team.

The men's race featured a stunning performance from Florida teammates Eric Futch and T.J Holmes. Futch stormed the field with a personal best of 48.18 to win his first ever national championship. The performance follows an NCAA 400m hurdle title and team win for the Gators in early May. 



Holmes followed his teammate with a third-place finish in 48.44. Holmes' performance marks his first senior international team after earning a bronze medal at the IAAF World Junior Championships in 2014. 

The runner-up position was earned by Michael Stigler who was unable to compete at the Olympic Trials last year. After making the world championship team, Stigler said he was inspired by Olympic champion Bershawn Jackson while competing as a kid.

One Final Tune-Up For Monson: Great Lakes Preview

The Great Lakes region again looks like one of the best in all of Division I cross country with both genders expected to send multiple at-large bids to the NCAA Championships. In the individual race, Friday’s race in Madison is one final tune-up for NCAA favorite, Alicia Monson of Wisconsin. Here's what to watch for in both races. 

FloSports Announces Multiyear Partnership with MPSF

AUSTIN, Texas — November 12, 2019 — Today, FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, and Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) announced an extended multiyear partnership to serve as the official broadcast partner. FloSports will provide live and on-demand content and coverage of two Conference Championships exclusively on FloTrack.org and FloVolleyball.tv.

2019 DII NCAA XC Championships Field Announced

The fields for the 2019 DII NCAA XC Championships in Sacramento, California, are set. The 34 teams per gender and individual qualifiers advancing to nationals can be found below.

Which DI Runners Are Still Undefeated This Fall?

With only two meets remaining on the NCAA Division I XC schedule, there are still seven undefeated runners. Some of the names are familiar, while others are lesser-known. Let's take a look at who has yet to lose heading into regionals on Friday. 

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Salazar, Brown Appeal 4-Year Bans

As expected, Alberto Salazar and Jeffrey Brown have appealed their four-year suspensions to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

DII XC Regional Recap: Mines, Adams State Strengthen Their NCAA Cases

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Eight regional meets across the country went down on Saturday in Division II to build the 2019 NCAA XC Championship field.

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2019 DII NCAA XC Championships Automatic Qualifying Teams

The 2019 DII NCAA XC Regionals went down on Saturday at eight meets across the country as teams and individuals looked to punch their tickets to nationals on Nov. 23 in Sacramento.