House Of Run: Rupp And Farah Meet For The First Time As Marathoners

Jason and Kevin preview the 2018 Chicago Marathon and discuss Galen Rupp and Mo Farah meeting for the first time in a marathon, Farah’s best strategy for a victory, Rupp’s chances at a repeat in Chicago and the runners most capable of making it more than just a two-person race.

The 2018 Chicago Marathon is streaming live on FloTrack for viewers in the U.K. and Ireland.

Then, the guys chat about a wide-open women’s race and discuss if Laura Thweatt or Gwen Jorgensen will be the top American finisher.

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2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #5 SUNY Geneseo Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 5 DIII women’s spot goes to SUNY Geneseo, and here's why:

Coleman Responds To Missed Tests, Hearing Set For September 4th

An arbitration hearing set for September 4th will decide if Christian Coleman will be suspended for whereabouts violations. 

Lyles Sizzles, Warholm Steamrolls The Field At Paris Diamond League

At this point Noah Lyles’ dominance is routine. The 22-year-old blasted another 200 meters, running 19.65 to better Usain Bolt’s Paris Diamond League meet record. Once again, he did it with no competition. Ramil Guliyev, the 2017 world champion, was second in 20.01. 

With Highly-Touted Frosh, Can Michigan Get On The Podium Again?

This is the latest installment in the FloXC Countdown. For the full list of the top teams and individuals, click here. Today, the #5 women's team, the Michigan Wolverines. 

After Multiple Top-10 Finishes, Iowa State Men Ready To Take The Next Step

This is the latest installment in the FloXC Countdown. For the full list of the top teams and individuals, click here. Today, the #5 men's team, the Iowa State Cyclones. 

2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #5 SUNY Geneseo Men

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 5 DIII men’s spot goes to SUNY Geneseo, and here's why:

2019 DII FloXC Countdown: #5 Sioux Falls Men

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 5 DII men’s spot goes to Sioux Falls, and here's why:

2019 DII FloXC Countdown: #5 Seattle Pacific Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 5 DII women’s spot goes to Seattle Pacific and here's why:

2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #6 U. of Chicago Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 6 DIII women’s spot goes to U. of Chicago, and here's why:

2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #6 U. of Chicago Men

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 6 DIII men’s spot goes to U. of Chicago, and here's why: