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Monday, May 11
It’s NCAA week on FloTrack and we’re replaying some of our favorite workouts with several of the top collegiate programs in the country. We start with USC sprinters in the era of Michael Norman on Monday along with a tempo run with 2019 NCAA XC champion Weini Kelati of New Mexico.
We also have a Q & A interview with New York City-based runner/activist Alison Desir, founder of Harlem Run, Run 4 All Women and Global Womxn Run Collective. Desir wrote a powerful piece for Outside Magazine in response to the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, and she discusses that and the intersection of running and black activism.
Tuesday, May 12
Wednesday, May 13
Thursday, May 14
It’s Colorado and Oklahoma State day on Thursday, as the former Big 12 rivals share workout space on the site. We have a CU workout from 2012 on Magnolia Road followed by 1k repeats on the grass in Stillwater from 2013.
Friday, May 15
We end NCAA week with yet another legacy distance program, Wisconsin. The 2019 Badgers run 2k repeats on the Thomas Zimmer Championship Course.