FloTrack’s Top Races Of The Weekend: 2/23-2/25

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Witness all the madness from conference championship weekend!

1. Men's 4x400m Relay — OSU Emerges From 5-Team Battle

In the final race of the meet, the Buckeyes — who held the team lead before the race — clinched the victory with this agonizingly close men's 4x400, barely edging out Penn State and Iowa.

Ohio State wins the 4 x 400 in 3:05.09

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2. Hassan Abdi Unleashes Kick To Win Big 12s!

Oklahoma State's Hassan Abdi had Iowa State's Edwin Kurgat right on his heels when the bell rang, but ultimately the Cowboy held Kurgat at arms length to take the win.

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3. MPSF Women's Mile — Fastest Race In Stanford, Oregon School History!

This race was ludicrously successful for the Ducks and the Cardinal, as the top five finishers were from Oregon or Stanford; to top things off, they all finished under 4:37.

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4. Women's Distance Medley Relay — Allie O. vs Ednah Kurgat!

With 300 meters to go, Allie Ostrander turned on the jets to defeat New Mexico's Ednah Kurgat in this epic finish to take the Mountain West title; both runners are headed to the NCAAs.

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Bonus Madness

Men's Distance Medley Relay - New Mexico NCAA Record* 9:24.73 w/ Conversion

Three USC Men Run Sub-46!

Women's 3k, Heat 2 - Kansas Shocks Big 12 With 1-2 Finish

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2018 MPSF Indoor Championships

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Boston & Chicago Marathons Planned For Consecutive Days in 2021

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The Boston and Chicago Marathons, two of the three American events of the Abbott World Marathon Majors, are planned for back-to-back days in 2021, organizers confirmed.  Boston, the world's oldest marathon which is normally held on the third Monday of April, is now slotted for Monday, October 11, the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) reported today.  The Bank of America Chicago Marathon was already scheduled for Sunday, October 10, its usual fall weekend.  Never before have these two large and iconic marathons been held on consecutive days.

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How to Watch: 2021 AHSAA Indoor 1A-7A State Championships

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Erriyon Knighton Forgoes High School Eligibility, Goes Pro

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How To Watch: 2021 VA Showcase

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Here's how to watch the 2021 VA Showcase on FloTrack.

UA HOVR Smokerider Spike Review

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A pair of spikes can be a runner's best friend.

2021 Millrose Games Canceled Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

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Hall Vaults To #2 In U.S. History, Hehir Prevails At The Marathon Project

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A Win Would Mean More Than A Fast Time To Fauble At The Marathon Project

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