Weekend Watch Guide: Loaded Distance Races At Bryan Clay, Cardinal Classic

Another busy weekend of college and professional track and field is on tap, and FloTrack has you covered Thursday through Saturday with five live events:

2019 Bryan Clay Invitational

2019 Cardinal Classic

2019 Kansas Relays

2019 Michael Johnson Invitational

2019 CARIFTA Games

Check the schedule to find your favorite athletes and events.

(Note: all start times listed in Central Time)

DAYTIME (CT)MEETM/WEVENTNOTABLE ENTRIES
THU5:00 PMCLAYM3K SC

Bryce Miller, Matt Owens, Emmanuel Rotich, Noel Rotich, Riley Osen, John Rice

THU6:20 PMCLAYW3K SCErica Birk
THU9:40 PMCLAYM5K

Joe Klecker, Rory Linkletter, Vincent Kiprop, Clayton Young, Connor McMillan

THU10:00 PMCLAYW5K

Weini Kelati, Allie Ostrander, Caroline Kurgat

THU10:20 PMCLAYM5K (H2)Morgan McDonald
THU10:40 PMCLAYW5K (H2)Charlotte Prouse
FRI12:55 PMCLAYM400Nijel Amos, Sean Bailey
FRI3:55 PMCLAYM800Marco Arop
FRI4:45 PMCLAYW800Lauren Ellsworth, Nikki Hiltz
FRI6:45 PMCLAYM200Emmanuel Wells
FRI7:35 PMCLAYW200Kori Carter
FRI9:50 PMCLAYM1500Geordie Beamish, Yared Nuguse, Oliver Hoare, Hassan Mead, Drew Piazza, William Paulson, Carlos Villarreal, Waleed Suliman, Sam Worley
FRI9:54 PMCARDINALW800Christina Aragon, Jessica Hull
FRI9:57 PMCARDINALM800Roshon Roomes, Devan Kirk
FRI10:04 PMCARDINALW5K

Fiona O’Keeffe, Erin Finn, Carmela Cardama Baez, Isobel Batt-Doyle

FRI10:24 PMCARDINALM5KGrant Fisher, Edwin Kurgat, Cooper Teare, Aaron Templeton
FRI10:35 PMCLAYW1500Alexa Efraimson, Taryn Rawlings, Erica Birk, Carina Viljoen
SAT12:23 PMKANSASW1500Sharon Lokedi
SAT1:27 PMKANSASM800Bryce Hoppel
SAT5:55 PMMJW400Kiana Horton, Jaevin Reed
SAT6:00 PM
MJM400Wil London, Derrick Mokaleng, Howard Fields III
SAT6:10 PMMJM100Divine Oduduru, Andrew Hudson, Charles Silmon, Maxwell Willis
SAT6:25 PMMJW800Jazmine Fray, Aaliyah Miller 
SAT6:30 PMMJM800Devin Dixon, Vincent Crisp, Carlton Orange
SAT6:40 PMMJW400HAshley Spencer
SAT6:55 PMMJM200Divine Oduduru, Andrew Hudson, Mike Rodgers
SAT9:10 PMCARDINALW1500Jessica Hull, Nicole Hutchinson, Sinclaire Johnson, Rachel McArthur, Hannah Meier, Katie Rainsberger
SAT9:28 PMCARDINALM1500

Blake Haney, Reed Brown, Festus Lagat, Ben Veatch, Mick Stanovsek

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.

Hoppel A Threat For U.S. 800m Title? 5 Takeaways From Sunset Tour

For many of the top distance stars in the United States, Tuesday’s Sunset Tour in Los Angeles was the final dress rehearsal for the USATF Championships coming up July 25-28 in Des Moines, Iowa. The contenders for World Championship spots are nearing peak fitness, and a bevy of strong performances on the Azusa Pacific track showed who’s trending in the right direction ahead of the biggest meet of the year so far.

House Of Run: Who Makes Moves In Monaco?

Jason and Kevin chat about Noah Lyles smashing his lifetime best in the 200m and his prospects for the 100m in Monaco, Timothy Cheruiyot ruling over the 1500m, a cracking women’s 400m, Bernard Lagat breaking another masters record and much more.