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.

Then, the guys chat about Sifan Hassan’s world record, Nijel Amos breaking 1:42, a quirky men’s 1500m in Monaco and the upcoming Diamond League meet in London.


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2019 DII FloXC Countdown: #7 Michigan Tech 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. 7 DII women’s spot goes to Michigan Tech and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #7 Gilbert Boit

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. The No. 8 men’s individual spot goes to Arkansas senior Gilbert Boit, and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #7 Furman Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 7 women’s spot goes to Furman, and here's why:

House Of Run: Why There Should Be One Championship Schedule

Jason and Kevin lament the World Championships schedule (again) that won’t allow for cool doubles, discuss whether or not Mo Farah will race the 10,000m in Doha, preview this weekend’s meet in Paris, and reflect on their first 500 episodes.

Report: Christian Coleman May Face Suspension After Missed Drug Tests

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Christian Coleman may be facing a two-year suspension after reportedly missing three drug tests.

Jakob Ingebrigtsen Goes For First Diamond League Win | Paris DL Preview

Saturday's Paris Diamond League meet is the final "regular season" event before the Diamond League finals begin. While the specter of the World Championships looms, the fields assembled this weekend will be looking for a good race before that final push to Doha. 

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2019 DII FloXC Countdown: #7 Queens (N.C.) 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. 7 DII men’s spot goes to Queens (N.C.), and here's why:

2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #7 Williams 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. 7 DIII women’s spot goes to Williams, and here's why:

2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #7 Washington U. 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. 7 DIII men’s spot goes to Washington U., and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #8 Oregon Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 8 women’s spot goes to Oregon, and here's why: