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. 

Full event archives can be found here.

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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The Ethiopian 10k Trials Were Historically Fast: Six Sub-27s, 10 Sub-31s

A collection of Ethiopian distance stars got together on Wednesday in the Netherlands and produced two of the strongest 10,000m races in history. The men's and women's races in Hengelo served as the Ethiopian World Championship Trials, and featured six sub-27:00 clockings for the men and a whopping 10 sub-31:00 runs on the women’s side.

Evan Jager Will Not Compete At USAs

For the first time since 2011, the United States will have a new men’s steeplechase champion this year. Olympic silver medalist and seven-time national champion Evan Jager is not among the declared entries for next week’s USATF Outdoor Championships and has not raced at all in 2019 due to a stress fracture in his foot.

House Of Run: Ato Boldon Talks Lyles, Felix, NCAA Stars & Trash Talk

Ato Boldon returns to the show and discusses Noah Lyles’ chances at the American record, his future in the 100m, the rivalry with Christian Coleman, Allyson Felix’s prospects at USAs, the decline of Jamaican men’s sprinting, the resurgence of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, which collegians can contend at the World Championships and much more.

Justin Gatlin Is Rewriting The 'Over 30' 100m Record Books

Two years ago most people believed Justin Gatlin's 2017 World Championship win over Christian Coleman and Usain Bolt at the age of 35 was going to be his last hurrah. Flash forward two years later and Gatlin seems poised to not only defend his title but be a real contender in 2020 as well.

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One Last Race For Marlee Starliper's Electric Junior Season

Marlee Starliper has learned a lot in the last year, about a lot of things. About racing, sure, but also about herself. 

After 1:41 In Monaco, The Real Battle Begins Now For Nijel Amos

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When an 18-year-old Nijel Amos ran 1:41.73 to finish second to David Rudisha in the 2012 Olympic 800m final, the Botswanan teen appeared to arrive as the heir apparent to the world record holder. 

Monaco Diamond League Winners And Losers

You’ve watched the races, seen the interviews. Let’s put some context around the performances from Monaco with some winners and losers from the meet. 

Nijel Amos Runs Fastest 800m Since 2012 With 1:41.89 In Monaco

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While 25-year-old Nijel Amos didn’t run a personal best on Friday, he’ll happily accept the 1:41.89 meet record he scorched in Monaco.

Sifan Hassan Achieves Greatness With 4:12.33 Mile WR In Monaco

Hassan Surprised To Run WR After Slow Start

Regardless of what happens the rest of her career, whether Sifan Hassan can ever secure that elusive outdoor gold medal or not, her 4:12.33 mile world record on Friday in Monaco was a career-defining performance that cements her spot among the best distance runners in world history.

The Men's 400m In Monaco Was A Bizarre Fiasco

The men’s 400m in Monaco on Friday entered the bizarro zone before it even officially started as a result of a Kahmari Montgomery false-start. That was only the beginning of the madness.