The U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials will feature some of the most talented athletes in the U.S. and worldwide. Some argue that the competition to make the U.S. team will be more competitive than … [Read more...] about Must See: 800m U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials
Kyle Merber has had an interesting 2016 so far. After running 3:34.54 for 1500, being part of a World Record-setting DMR, and organizing (and competing in) his own Long Island-based meet in 2015, … [Read more...] about Stay Calm and Enjoy the Process: An Interview with Kyle Merber
As the Olympic Trials rapidly approach, many athletes used this weekend as a final tune-up before the momentous meet starting July 1. The adidas BOOST Boston Games was one of the biggest meets of the … [Read more...] about adidas BOOST Boston Games Recap
The International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) announced that Russia is banned from competing in all track and field events in Rio at the 2016 Summer Olympics. This announcement follows … [Read more...] about Is Doping Overtaking the Nature of Olympic Track & Field?
Looking at the spectators of the 2016 adidas Boost Games littered along a large set of bleachers on the east side of the track was an interesting irony. One would hardly be able to guess that the … [Read more...] about 2016 adidas Boost Games
With all that is going on in US distance running, we’ve forgotten to thank Galen Rupp, Alberto Salazar, and the Nike Oregon Project for doing what most people thought was impossible; bring distance … [Read more...] about Galen Rupp, Alberto Salazar, and the Nike Oregon Project
In one of the most highly anticipated meets of the season, the Portland Track Festival saw both Olympians and some of the finest amateurs run incredible times. Held at Lewis and Clark College, this … [Read more...] about Portland Track Festival Recap
Boris Berian has been the center of attention in track and field since he won the 800M at Payton Jordan Invitational last year with a speedy 1:45.30. Excluding Joe Vigil, his Big Bear Track Club … [Read more...] about The Boris Berian Case: What’s in it for Nike?
It was a busy Sunday morning at the Birmingham Diamond League meet as eight stadium records fell and six world leading times were set. There were outstanding performances in nearly every event on both … [Read more...] about Diamond League Birmingham: A record setting day
It was an incredible weekend for track and field, as numerous world leads and historically fast times were run. The most notable meet of the weekend was the IAAF Diamond League: Birmingham meet in … [Read more...] about Weekend Track Recap: June 2-June 5, 2016