You're Invited! Watch The NYRR Millrose Games With FloTrack

FloTrack is hosting a 2018 NYRR Millrose Games watch party, and you're invited! 

We'll be streaming our companion commentary live on Facebook starting at 2:45 p.m. CT on Saturday—tune in as we react to the action on the track, and follow along to see how our selections below pan out.

If you're located in the U.K. or Ireland, you can watch the NYRR Millrose Games live on FloTrack!

EventGordonJenny JojoKevin
Women's Pole VaultSandi MorrisSandi MorrisKaterina Stefanidi
Sandi Morris
Women's 60m HurdlesTobi AmusanKristi CastlinDawn Harper NelsonTobi Amusan
Men's 60m HurdlesDevon AllenDevon AllenAries MerrittAries Merritt
Women's 60mMurielle AhoureDezerea BryantTori BowieMurielle Ahoure
Men's 60mNoah LylesOmar McCleodNoah LylesRonnie Baker
Women's 3000mKate Van BuskirkKate Van BuskirkEmma CoburnKate Van Buskirk
Women's High JumpVashti CunninghamVashti CunninghamVashti CunninghamInika McPherson
Men's 800mEmmanuel KorirDrew WindleEmmanuel KorirDrew Windle
Men's 3000mShadrack KipchirchirShadrack KipchirchirShadrack KipchirchirRyan Hill
Women's 300mCourtney OkoloShaunae Miller-UiboShaunae Miller-UiboShaunae Miller-Uibo
Girls' MileKatelyn TuohyKatelyn TuohyKatelyn TuohyKatelyn Tuohy
Boys' MileJosh HoeyJosh HoeyJosh HoeyJosh Hoey
Men's 400mDavid VerburgLalonde GordonMichael CherryVernon Norwood
Women's MileKate GraceBrenda MartinezKate GraceKate Grace
Women's 4 x 800m USAUSAUSAUSA
Men's MileNick WillisJosh KerrRobby AndrewsChris O'Hare

These Teens Were Stars Before Mondo Duplantis And Jakob Ingebrigtsen

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2018 European Championships - Men's 1500m, Final - Jakob Ingebrigtsen FTW!

Teenage fever is currently sweeping across the world of track and field. 

Mondo Duplantis' Epic Leap Highlights Flaws In American Record Rules

Mondo Duplantis: Prodigy (Trailer)

Reverberations from 18-year-old Mondo Duplantis’ electrifying 6.05m pole vault clearance on Sunday at the 2018 European Championships are still being felt, and among them is the peculiar question of whether the mark will be ratified as an American record.

She's Back: Shalane Flanagan Going For New York City Repeat

Coach Jerry Schumacher congratulates Shalane Flanagan on her NYC Marathon victory

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At 34, Stephanie Bruce Is Having Her Best Year Yet

There’s a reevaluation that happens when professional runners start to creep into their 30s. Sure, a marathoner might still be in the potential prime of his or her career, but the likelihood of continuing to improve in leaps and bounds decreases significantly with age—especially when you’ve never won a big one before.

But that hasn’t been the case for Stephanie Bruce, who trains with Ben Rosario’s HOKA ONE ONE NAZ Elite training group in Flagstaff, Arizona. When the 34-year-old mother of two won the AJC Peachtree Road Race in July—which doubles as the USATF National 10K Championships—she captured the first national title of her career with a late-race surge over teammate Aliphine Tuliamuk, the defending Peachtree champion and a nine-time U.S. champion.

Shalane Flanagan Is Still On The Go, And So Is Her New Cookbook

The way Shalane Flanagan tells it, she and her cookbook co-author Elyse Kopecky had no intentions of producing a follow-up to their 2016 New York Times bestseller “Run Fast. Eat Slow.” 

Jordan Mann Reflects On His First Team USA Experience

Jordan Mann Is Eating Chicken Tonight

This is the third entry in a series from Jordan Mann, this year's surprise fifth-place finisher in the U.S. steeplechase and mixed zone media darling. This weekend, he chronicled his experience competing at the North American, Central American, and Caribbean Championships (NACAC) in Toronto, Canada. On Sunday, he finished third in a three-person field. 

Presenting FloTrack's 2018 European Championships Awards

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2018 European Championships - Men's 400m Hurdles, Final

The times were fast, the stars were young, and the meet might have been the best in all of 2018. Let’s recap the 2018 European Championships by handing out some much-deserved awards. 

Favorites Win On Final Night Of European Athletics Championships

By David Monti, @d9monti(c) 2018 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved

BERLIN (12-Aug) -- On the final night of the 24th European Athletics Championships here at Olympic Stadium, three favorites prevailed in the final middle and long distance events on the schedule: Britain's Laura Muir in the 1500m, Netherlands's Sifan Hassan in the 5000m, and Germany's Gesa Krause in the 3000m steeplechase.  Krause was a repeat champion from Amsterdam two years ago.

New Mexico Transfer Adva Cohen Runs 9:29 Steeple at Euros

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2018 European Championships - Women's 3k Steeplechase, Final

Future New Mexico Lobo Adva Cohen had a phenomenal run at the European Championships this weekend. Coming into the competition, Cohen's personal-best steeple mark was 9:48. In the prelims, she lowered that mark to 9:36, and in the final, she finished fifth overall to become the sixth collegian to break the 9:30 barrier running 9:29.74.

Mazuronak Wins European Title With Bloody Nose

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2018 European Championships - Men's & Women's Marathon, Final

By David Monti, @d9monti