1. Chepngetich, Tura Win Warm and Windy Chicago Marathon

    Chepngetich, Tura Win Warm and Windy Chicago Marathon

    Oct 10, 2021

    On a too-warm and windy morning in Chicago, Kenya's Ruth Chepngetich and Ethiopia's Seifu Tura ran to victory at the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, the first in-person edition of an Abbott World Marathon Majors event to be held in the United States in nearly two years.  Their winning times of 2:22:31 and 2:06:12 were solid, but not dazzling.  Mid-race temperatures of 75F/24C accompanied by sometimes strong winds made fast running difficult.  Both winners earned USD 55,000 in prize money.
  2. Jepkosgei, Lemma Take Virgin Money London Marathon Wins

    Jepkosgei, Lemma Take Virgin Money London Marathon Wins

    Oct 3, 2021

    The second-ever fall edition of the Virgin Money London Marathon today ended with victories for Kenya's Joyciline Jepkosgei and Ethiopia's Sisay Lemma, both first-time winners.  Jepkosgei, who won the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon in her debut, controlled her effort carefully before dropping the field with a 4:56 24th mile to win in a personal best 2:17:43.  Lemma also made a late-race surge just before 40 kilometers to win going away in 2:04:01.
  3. 2021 Team USA List

    2021 Team USA List

    Jul 7, 2021

    Here's who will be representing USA at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
  4. Hall Vaults To #2 In U.S. History, Hehir Prevails At The Marathon Project

    Hall Vaults To #2 In U.S. History, Hehir Prevails At The Marathon Project

    Dec 20, 2020

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  5. Event Records Smashed At Delhi Half Marathon

    Event Records Smashed At Delhi Half Marathon

    Nov 29, 2020

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  6. Jepchirchir & Kiplimo Take World Half Titles In Fast Races

    Jepchirchir & Kiplimo Take World Half Titles In Fast Races

    Oct 17, 2020

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  7. Which Of The 2020 World Records Is Best?

    Which Of The 2020 World Records Is Best?

    Oct 12, 2020

    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?
  8. Kitata Prevails As Kipchoge Falters, Kosgei Dominates In London

    Kitata Prevails As Kipchoge Falters, Kosgei Dominates In London

    Oct 4, 2020

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  9. Kipyegon, Obiri, McSweyn Star At Doha Diamond League

    Kipyegon, Obiri, McSweyn Star At Doha Diamond League

    Sep 25, 2020

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  10. Jacob Kiplimo Runs 7:26 To Beat Jakob Ingebrigtsen In Rome 3k

    Jacob Kiplimo Runs 7:26 To Beat Jakob Ingebrigtsen In Rome 3k

    Sep 17, 2020

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  11. Farah, Hassan Break One-Hour World Records

    Farah, Hassan Break One-Hour World Records

    Sep 4, 2020

    Mo Farah broke the world record for the one-hour run, covering 21,330 meters at the Brussels Diamond League on Friday. It was Farah’s first outdoor world record of his career and his first race on the track since the Diamond League Final in 2017. 
  12. Mondo Duplantis Clears 6.07m In Epic Battle With Sam Kendricks

    Mondo Duplantis Clears 6.07m In Epic Battle With Sam Kendricks

    Sep 2, 2020

    Wednesday’s Lausanne Diamond League was a pole vault-only competition in the Swiss streets, but a stellar battle between superstars Mondo Duplantis and Sam Kendricks made up for the scarcity of disciplines.
  13. Laura Muir Wins Stockholm 1500m In 3:57 World Lead

    Laura Muir Wins Stockholm 1500m In 3:57 World Lead

    Aug 23, 2020

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  14. Brazier Falls Short Of Gray But Wins Székesfehérvár 600m

    Brazier Falls Short Of Gray But Wins Székesfehérvár 600m

    Aug 19, 2020

    The second stop on the 2020 Continental Tour went down on Wednesday in Székesfehérvár, Hungary. Here were the highlights:
  15. Four Lingering Questions After Monaco Diamond League

    Four Lingering Questions After Monaco Diamond League

    Aug 19, 2020

    Despite the pandemic wiping out anything resembling a traditional track and field season in 2020, last Friday’s Diamond League meeting in Monaco stayed true to its annual billing as the top one day competition in the world. Athletes who hadn’t competed in months were in midseason form, with Joshua Cheptegei’s 5,000m world record and plenty of other fireworks giving new life to a once lost season.