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  • Five Team USA Minnesota Runners to Compete at USA 1 Mile Road Championships in Des Moines April 22; Heather Kampf 2nd at B.A.A. Invitational Mile in Boston
    Five Team USA Minnesota Runners to Compete at USA 1 Mile Road Championships in Des Moines April 22; Heather Kampf 2nd at B.A.A. Invitational Mile in Boston

    Minneapolis/St. Paul – April 19, 2014 – Five Team USA Minnesota distance runners – Heather Kampf, Gabriele Grunewald, Meghan Peyton, Travis Burkstrand and Jon Peterson – will be among the competitors at the USA 1 Mile Road Championships to be held in downtown Des Moines, Iowa, on Tuesday evening, April 22

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  • EME News April 19th, by Alfons Juck, note by Kevin Mangan
    EME News April 19th, by Alfons Juck, note by Kevin Mangan

    Christian Cantwell has been off his game due to injuries for the past few years, but he was feeling good and throwing far this weekend at the Kansas Relays downtown shot put. The 2009 World Champion threw 21.36 WL to beat some big names in downtown Lawrence, including Reese Hoffa and Ryan Whiting. As Cantwell said "It felt okay, I threw it a little easier just to make sure I got it to stay in, first of all, and get it down the gut. I did that and it ended up being good". So there's obviously more there for Cantwell, 21.36 looks to just be the start of a comeback year. Welcome back, Christian Cantwell.

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  • Close finishes and broken records as Gebremeskel and Huddle win Boston 5km
    Close finishes and broken records as Gebremeskel and Huddle win Boston 5km

    The 2014 BAA 5km on Saturday (19) was one for the ages, as thousands of runners took to the streets of Boston two days prior to the Boston Marathon.

    Under crystal clear skies through Boston’s picturesque Back Bay neighbourhood, Ethiopia’s Dejen Gebremeskel set a men’s event record of 13:26, while Molly Huddle came from behind to win the women's race in 15:12.

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  • EME News April 18th, by Alfons Juck, note by Kevin Mangan
    EME News April 18th, by Alfons Juck, note by Kevin Mangan

    The Boston Marathon weekend races got started today with the BAA Mile and 5k. The 5k had some great battles to the finish in both the women's and men's races. Molly Huddle went from fifth to first over the last mile of the race to earn the win. Ben True came off a less than ideal training stint to almost run down Dejen Gebremeskel in the 5k. Nick Willis and Morgan Uceny added another BAA Mile win to their resumes. Willis got the win ahead of Paul Robinson and Leo Manzano, who sported his Hoka One One racing kit for the first time. Uceny held off Heather Kampf and Brie Felnagle who both finished within a second of Uceny. These races are a great appetizer for Monday's main course, the Boston Marathon.

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  • The Greatest Hurdler, Sharing Memories With Harrison Dillard - 90 Years Young by Dave Hunter

    RunBlogRun 20 Apr 2014 | 10:07 am

    The Greatest Hurdler, Sharing Memories With Harrison Dillard - 90 Years Young by Dave Hunter (  Editor's note: This feature by Dave Hunter on the great Harrison Dillard is our Easter Sunday feature. Harrison is a most elegant man, who I met in the 1990s, but who I saw again at the IAAF Centenary in Barcelona, Spain in 2012. A fine athlete who has lived his life with spirit, gravitas and grace that most of us only wish we could. Enjoy this feature today and enjoy the Easter or Passover weekend with your family and[…]

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  • [Audio] Brett Goucher Interview by Larry Eder before the 2014 Boston Marathon

    RunBlogRun 19 Apr 2014 | 3:27 pm

    Brett Gotcher is one of those unheralded marathoners who could be the talk of the town on Monday afternoon. A 2:10:36 debut in 2010, Brett Gotcher took fifth in the US Olympic Trials in 2012. Brett has moved back to Aptos, CA, where he was raised and ran in high school. He is engaged to his high school sweetheart. Coached by Greg McMillan, Brett runs many days with Danny Gruber, his high school coach from Aptos, CA.Looking fit and relaxed, expect[…]

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