Justyn Knight, Anna Shields, & The Top Bison Outdoor Classic Races

Over the weekend in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, we say Justyn Knight kick some butt, school records, and an all-time mark in the 10K. Here's a quick rundown of some of the most exciting races from the 2018 Bison Outdoor Classic. 

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Justyn Knight Splits 55.2 On Final Lap Of 1500m

We know, of course, that Syracuse distance phenom Justyn Knight is a force on the track. For most of this 1500m, though, Knight was happy to hang around fourth or fifth place — that is, until the last lap, when he turned on the jets and left everyone else comfortably behind.


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Christine Bedzinski Breaks Bucknell School Record

Buoyed by a hometown crowd, Christine Bedzinski needed a huge kick in the last 100m to beat Anna Shields of Point Park University. En route to the win, Bedzinski set not just a school record but a facility record as well.


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Anna Shields Runs 2:07 & Breaks Point Park School Record

Anna Shields may have lost in the last 100m in the women's 1500m, but she did earn a victory when she absolutely demolished the field in the 800m, breaking the Point Park record.


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Grant O'Connor Runs The 8th-Fastest 10K In DIII History

Grant O'Connor of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute etched his name into the DII record books, set a PB, and at the 24:17 mark in the video finger-wagged at somebody—and although we don't know why he did it, we think it's awesome. O'Connor fist-pumped through the finish line just for good measure.

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Willis Out, Hassan Undecided | Takeaways From Doha Entries

The entries are out for next week's IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar. Here are five takeaways.  

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Can NAU Keep The Win Streak Going? McNichols Invite Preview

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After all the previews, prognostications, and polls, the NCAA cross country season begins in earnest on Saturday at the John McNichols Invitational. The race puts a bunch of top-10 teams together in Terre Haute — a course they will see again in November for the NCAA Championships. 

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How Many Distance Medals Will The U.S. Win In Doha?

There is just over one week until the start of the 2019 IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar. While the U.S. medal count will likely be higher in the sprints than in the distance, the Americans can expect to tally plenty of hardware in the longer races as well. 

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Mixed Gender Relay, Pink Track & All The Other Unique Parts Of World Champs

Sometime around 2:10 AM on September 28, I will be standing on a Middle Eastern waterfront watching a marathon finish.  

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FloTrack Predicts Team USA's Relay Lineups

Based on the announced relay pools, here's who we think Team USA should line up in Doha for the relay prelims and finals. 2019 season's best listed in parentheses.

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The 10 Most Important People At The 2019 World Championships

The 2019 IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar, are 11 days away. We’ve weathered the longest track season ever and now all eyes turn to the Qatari capital as the first-ever Middle Eastern host of a track and field global championship. From the air-conditioned track and pink surface to the midnight marathon, there will be plenty that makes this year’s marquee event completely different from anything that’s ever come before it.

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USATF Announces Roster For 2019 IAAF World Championships

On Monday, USA Track and Field released their roster for the 2019 IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar, on September 27-October 6.

Geoffrey Kamworor Smashes Half Marathon WR With 58:01

Three-time half marathon world champion Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya is the new half marathon world record holder after the 26-year-old smashed the old mark by 17 seconds on Sunday with his 58:01 run in Copenhagen, Denmark.

A Perfect Storm: The Story Behind Woody Kincaid's Stunning 12:58

As an intimate crowd of familiar faces hovered around the Michael Johnson Track on Nike’s campus in Beaverton, Oregon, on Tuesday night, Woody Kincaid faced an ultimatum.