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  • NOAH LYLES, MICHAEL NORMAN & JENNY SIMPSON HEADLINE COMPREHENSIVE TRACK & FIELD COVERAGE THIS WEEK ACROSS NBC SPORTS

    STAMFORD, Conn. – September 5, 2019 –Current 200m world leader and U.S. champion Noah Lyles, current 400m world leader Michael Norman, and Olympic 1500m bronze medalist Jenny Simpson headline comprehensive Track & Field programming across NBC Sports this week. Read More
  • Mainova Frankfurt Marathon: Masters World Record holder Mark Kiptoo returns

    The man who last year set the first world record in the history of the oldest German city marathon will be making a return to those same familiar roads: Mark Kiptoo is to run the 38th edition of the Mainova Frankfurt Marathon on October 27. The Kenyan ran 2:07:50 twelve months ago to take the world record for a masters or veteran runner under 2:08 for the first time when he finished sixth in Frankfurt. Read More
  • Four national aces in the cards at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON

    Photo source: SCC EVENTS/PHOTORUN - Philipp Pflieger (GER) at the 2017 BMW BERLIN-MARATHON - On September 29, the elite of the marathon world will be at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. With the Ethiopian world class runners Guye Adola, Leul Gebrselassie, Sisay Lemma and Birhanu Legese, the men's race is strongly loaded (see press release from July 23). For the women, last year's winner Gladys Cherono will face Vivian Cheruiyot, who will be competing for the first time at Read More
  • 2019 Diamond League Diary: Five Big Thoughts on Monaco ( 12 July 2019)

    he meeting in the Stade Louis II is one of the finest meets in the world. Fast times, big 800ms, big 1,500m, big vaults, big throws, you name it, Monaco Herculis has it! An appreciative crowd, the fans explode with big performances. Here's the five big ones from Monaco in 2019! Read More
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  • 2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 12, Summer Mileage , Training week 12, Day 2, Tuesday is tempo day

    RunBlogRun 17 Sep 2019 | 8:10 am

    2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 12, Summer Mileage , Training week 12, Day 2, Tuesday is tempo day In high school in the 1970s, if you ran cross country, you ran "The Postal". The postal was a team event where you went to the track and ran 2 miles all out, at end of XC season. You would take the average team time and compare to teams all over the world. I did them 2 times in high school, once in college. In high school, I hit 10:52, a big PB for me. In college, I hit 9:51.[…]

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  • 2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 12, Summer Mileage , Training week 12, Day 1, Monday is funday

    RunBlogRun 16 Sep 2019 | 8:47 am

    2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 12, Summer Mileage , Training week 12, Day 1, Monday is funday Monday is funday? What am I thinking? Has your remote advisor/coach/commedian/commentator just had too many cups of Peets coffee? Au contraire, mes amis. Monday is the beginning of the week, but is also about attitude. The winner of the 1980 Olympic 800m was Steve Ovett. His best distance was the mile and 1,500m, but he could run a 22.8 for 200m and a 1:05 at half marathon. He was a racer. Once, Mr. Ovett was asked if he planned his[…]

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  • 2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 11, Summer mileage, Training week 11, Day 7, Loving the long run...

    RunBlogRun 15 Sep 2019 | 8:40 am

    2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 11, Summer mileage, Training week 11, Day 7, Loving the long run... In high school, my long Sunday uns were 80-90 minutes. In college, I went 18 miles, 20 miles, 22 miles and then, back again. The long runs were a weekly thing, and I obsessed about mileage. Sunday runs, photo by NAZ Elite I had built up to 120 miles a week as a junior in high school, and then, after a health scare, stuck at 70 miles and did well my junior year. My improvement in the 2 mile was[…]

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  • 2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 11, Summer mileage, Training week 11, Day 6, Get in the racing in!

    RunBlogRun 14 Sep 2019 | 8:28 am

    2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 11, Summer mileage, Training week 11, Day 6, Get in the racing in! In my era, we raced prolifically. Most of my high school, 20-25 times a year, and in college and post, 35-40 times a year. Of course, there were the key events (2 x a year, 3-4 weeks), that I always focused on and knew my fitness. In cross country, I would take 3-4 races to feel good and then, 6-8 events to be in top form. Olympic bronze medalist Bill Dellinger, long time coach at University of Oregon, explained to[…]

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  • 2019 Doha WC Diary: Doha News

    RunBlogRun 13 Sep 2019 | 11:46 am

    2019 Doha WC Diary: Doha News SAFP, photo by Getty Images/ British Athletics DOHA NEWSKINGSTON (JAM): Star female sprinters Elaine Thompson and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce were selected for both 100 m and 200 m by Jamaican federation for Doha. Also talented Briana Williams is in Jamaica's team for the 100 m pending the outcome of her case on 25 Sept. Meanwhile, Akeem Bloomfield is named to contest the men's 400m and 4×400. Bloomfield ran the 200m at Trials and finished fourth. Bloomfield's training partner, Nathon Allen, who[…]

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