FloTrack’s Top Races Of The Weekend: 2/2-2/3

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Check out the top races from last week’s action on FloTrack!

No. 4 Brannon Kidder Destroys Field In 1:47! 

Brannon Kidder goes untouched in the men's 800m at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic!

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Men's 800m, Heat 1 - Brannon Kidder Destroys Field 1:47!


No. 3 Sam Worley Edges Jonah Koech In Final 50m  

Texas freshman Sam Worley kicks past UTEP's Jonah Koech! 

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Men's Mile, Heat 1 - Texas Freshman Sam Worley Kicks FTW!


No. 2  Jereem Richards Blasts The No. 3 Time In The World 20.52!

Straight out of a cannon, Jereem Richards puts on a clinic in the 200m.

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Men's 200m, Heat 1 - Jereem Richards No. 3 Time In The World 20.52!


No. 1 Mikiah Brisco Runs An NCAA No. 2 All-Time, 7.08!!

LSU's Mikiah Brisco came out guns blazing in the 60m at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic.

TASTY RACE: Mikiah Brisco Runs Second-Fastest Time Ever In NCAA


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American Citizen, Soldier, But Haron Lagat Can’t Compete For The U.S.

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On Saturday, Haron Lagat watched from his home in Colorado Springs as his teammates Paul Chelimo and Shadrack Kipchirchir finished first and second in the 3000m at the 2018 U.S. Indoor Championships. Their performances meant that the two qualified to represent the United States at the 2018 World Indoor Championships. Like Lagat, Chelimo and Kipchirchir are members of the Army’s World Class Athlete Program and are stationed in Fort Carson, Colorado. 

Mutaz Essa Barshim On Fire Entering The 2018 AIT International Grand Prix

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Top NCAA All-Americans Who Might Not Qualify For NCAA Indoors

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This weekend is the final weekend to qualify for the 2018 Division I NCAA Indoor Championships, where the top 16 individuals in each event will earn a trip to College Station to compete for an NCAA title. 

Could Christian Coleman Break Usain Bolt's 100m World Record?

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This past weekend Christian Coleman made a big splash in the track and field world with a blistering 6.34 60m run shattering Maurice Greene's official world record by .05!

Coleman Does It Again, Historic Women's Hurdles, And More Pro Highlights

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The 2018 U.S. Indoor Championships checked off all the boxes. There were American records, world records, close races for qualification spots, upsets, and unanswered questions heading into the 2018 World Indoor Championships. 

Vin Lananna Placed On Administrative Leave By USATF Board

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The following is a press release from USATF.

Who's Going To World Indoors? A Full List Of Team USA Qualifiers

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The full Team USA roster for the IAAF World Indoor Championships has officially been released by USATF. 

Watch Guide: Conference Championship Weekend

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Check out the full conference championship schedule for the Power-5 conferences and a few other notable races. Including the broadcast window for our innovative FloZone stream.

Baker, Dressel, And Other Highlights From The 2017 MPSF Championships

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The MPSF Indoor Championships begin on Friday as top collegians from the West Coast will meet at the Dempsey Indoor in Seattle to try and earn qualifying marks for the 2018 NCAA Indoor Championships. Before we get into the previews and breakdowns, let’s take a look back at some of the highlights of last year’s meet.

Christian Coleman Breaks 60m World Record (Again), Wins U.S. Title!

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It's difficult enough to break a world record over the course of a lifetime. But Christian Coleman has done it twice in the span of a month.