September-October 2020


Never before has the U.S. had a better slate in the men’s 5K—sixteen active Americans with PRs better than the 13:13.50 Olympic standard. No previous battle for a team spot has been as fierce as that expected next summer.… Read Jeff Hollobaugh’s analysis here…


Monaco DL — World 5000 Record For Joshua Cheptegei

Gyulai — Lynna Irby Back To Being A Long-Sprint Threat

Stockholm DL — A Smashing Double By Karsten Warholm

Blue Oval — Ryan Crouser Goes On A 74-Foot Spree

Lausanne DL — Mondo Beats Sam In Fabulous Vault Duel

Brussels DL — In The Long Run, 3 World Records

Chorzów CT — Johannes Vetter Scares Javelin WR

Rome DL — Mondo Finally Gets The Outdoor World Record

Doha DL — The Season Ends On A High Note

International News Digest — Big Names In Smaller Meets

Ryan Crouser’s Huge Collection Of Long Throws

U.S. News Digest — Record Action In The Pacific Northwest

After An AR, Valarie Allman Back In Love With The Sport

Katie Nageotte Finishes Season On An All-Time High

A Short But Fast Summer For Sha’Carri Richardson

Focus On The U.S. Men’s 5000 Scene

Paul Chelimo: “Go Hard Or Suffer The Rest Of Your Life”

10K Star Lopez Lomong Not Done With The 5000 Yet

Woody Kincaid Ready To Run Faster Than Ever

Taking A Road Less Traveled For Drew Hunter

Is Ben True A 5K Or 10K Kind Of Guy?

Grant Fisher Taking The Next Step In The 5000

A Roller Coaster Ride For Sean McGorty

T&FN Interview — Kara Winger

Jeff Henderson Getting His Healthy Body Back

Minnesota Men’s Program Gets The Axe

Opinion — Track & Field Is Diversity, A Value Worth Standing Up For

Movie Review — The Stand: How One Gesture Shook The World

Walnut 1960 — It Was 60 Years Ago Today

Great Matchups: Liquori Beats Ryun In The Dream Mile

September-October 2020

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