The third weekend of April was chock-full of exciting performances, but interestingly enough, it had almost zero effect on the… Read More
2018 has so far been a wild world in the women’s predictions department. The teams that were 1-2-3-4-5 on Chart… Read More
With one week—and what a week it will be—to go, Texas A&M continues to be the dominant force in the… Read More
Texas A&M and Nebraska continue as the top two teams as we enter “rivalry weekend” in the homestretch of the… Read More
The 400 hurdles Olympic champion spoke with Brian Russell about her season-opener in her signature event at the Mt. SAC… Read More
A stunning metric mile at Azusa Pacific’s Bryan Clay Invitational found New Mexico junior Josh Kerr claiming the CR at… Read More
Click here for your 2018 London Marathon Stats fix. 96 pages(!) in all.
On only a handful of occasions (most recently in ’14) have three women’s teams scored 50 points or more at… Read More
Mike Holloway’s Gators eked out a 3-point win over USC at the NCAA Indoor, but if our first formchart of… Read More
August 23, 2004, Athens, Greece—Deena Kastor answered media questions about her bronze medal run in the Olympic marathon the previous… Read More
Jon Hendershott interviewed the shot put silver medalist at the Savoy Hotel during the World Championships in the British capital.
If you think you draw a lot of pleasure from watching track & field now, try one or more of… Read More
From The Editor — March 2012: Uh-oh! Is there nobody who’s the face of U.S. track? Perhaps the decathlon is the place to look…
ALL SPORTS LIVE AND DIE BY THEIR STARS. Oh sure, the big ball-sports are in theory about the winning team,… Read More