Current & Former NCAA Athletes Competing At Euro XC

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Some of our favorite NCAA distance studs will be racing this weekend at the 2018 European XC Championships.

MenSchoolCountryRace
Michael SomersPortlandBelgiumSenior
Ole HesselbjergEastern KentuckyDenmarkSenior
Ross MillingtonNew MexicoGreat BritainSenior
Marc ScottTulsaGreat BritainSenior
Kevin DooneyYaleIrelandSenior
Sean TobinOle MissIrelandSenior
Henrik IngebrigtsenTexas A&MNorwaySenior
Aaron BienenfeldCincinnatiGermanyU23
Ryan ForsythColoradoIrelandU23
Jack O'LearyIonaIrelandU23
Manuel De BackerSaint LouisNetherlandsU23
Isaac AkersTulsaGreat BritainU20
Mario GarciaOle MissSpainU20
WomenSchoolCountryRace
Militsa MirchevaFlorida StateBulgariaSenior
Marie BouchardSan FranciscoFranceSenior
Liv WestphalBoston CollegeFranceSenior
Charlotte ArterNew MexicoGreat BritainSenior
Kate AveryIonaGreat BritainSenior
Emily Hosker-ThornhillNew MexicoGreat BritainSenior
Pippa WoolvenFlorida StateGreat BritainSenior
Elena BurkardSan FranciscoGermanySenior
Susan KruminsFlorida StateNetherlandsSenior
Josephine ThestrupButlerDenmarkU23
Carmela Cardama BaezOregonSpainU23
Poppy TankUtahGreat BritainU23
Lea MeyerSan FranciscoGermanyU23
Lisa TertschHarvardGermanyU23
Eilish FlanaganAdams StateIrelandU23
Aoibhe RichardsonPortlandIrelandU23
Weronika PyzikOregonPolandU23
Jasmijn LauPortlandNetherlandsU20

WATCH LIVE: D'Amato & Seidel Chase American 10 Mile Record

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Clemson Cuts Men's Track and Field, Cross Country

John Lewis

Clemson University announced on Thursday that it is cutting men’s indoor and outdoor track and field and cross country effective June 2021, becoming the first Power Five school to eliminate all three programs in 2020.

D'Amato, Pearson Impress At Michigan Pro Half Marathon

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Christian Coleman Receives Two-Year Suspension

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Christian Coleman, the 2019 100m world champion, has been banned from the sport for two years. The fastest man in the world now will likely miss next summer's Olympics, the result of a case that was rooted in missed drug tests and spanned the past two years.

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Salwa Eid Naser Avoids Whereabouts Ban Due To Apartment Snafu

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The whereabouts case brought by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) against 400m world champion Salwa Eid Naser of Bahrain has been dropped by the World Athletics Disciplinary Tribunal after a filing failure was backdated and a missed test reversed, allowing the sprinter to avoid three whereabouts failures within a 12-month period.

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Jepchirchir & Kiplimo Take World Half Titles In Fast Races

Jacob Kiplimo

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All Eyes On Cheptegei At Saturday's World Half Marathon Championships

Joshua Cheptegei

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Three Big Questions Ahead Of The OSU Invitational

Ryan Raff

In a year in which the NCAA indoor, outdoor and cross country championships have been canceled due to COVID-19, it’s safe to say that a mid-October invitational cross country meet has never been more anticipated than Saturday’s OSU Invitational in Stillwater, Oklahoma. 

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Which Of The 2020 World Records Is Best?

Joshua Cheptegei, Mondo Duplantis

For a year in which both the world indoor championships and the Olympic Games were postponed, 2020 has seen its fair share of world records. (Of course, one could argue that those events being postponed aided in world record achievement, particularly in the cases of Joshua Cheptegei and Letesenbet Gidey.) A season with so much history has begged a question: which among these world records is the best? 

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Michigan Pro Ekiden And Half Marathon Born Out Of Necessity

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