The 5000 man testing 10,000 waters hoped for a Doha World Champs qualifying time but scored a victory.
The American Distance Project talent, an Oklahoma State alum, raced a U.S.-list leading 13:17.23 behind Yomif Kejelcha’s world-leading win
STANFORD, CALIFORNIA, May 02—The anomalous late timing of this year’s professional schedule, and perhaps some ambivalence in the fields about… Read More
THE 10Ks—and, increasingly in recent years, the 5Ks—run under the lights at Stanford’s Payton Jordan Invitational over the past two… Read More
TEXAS TECH won its first-ever collegiate men’s dual meet championship in ’18, and won again this year. Wes Kittley’s Red… Read More
THREE TIMES BEFORE Texas A&M had finished in the runner-up position in our Collegiate Women’s Dual Meet Rankings, but this… Read More
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, April 27—The Jamaican women and the U.S. men looked the most impressive in the annual “USA vs. The… Read More