The Sir Walter Miler celebrated its fifth year bringing elite miling to fans in Raleigh, North Carolina. On a night that saw five women go sub-4:30 and the full men’s field of 13 go sub-4, it is hard to argue
The icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes The 2020 Olympic Trials will return to Eugene and newly renovated Hayward Field. “This will mark the seventh time that Eugene has hosted the Olympic trials and the
The icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes The World Relays are in jeopardy for 2019. In a tweet from the Bahamas Press, it was stated, “The Cabinet of the Bahamas has cancelled World Relays
from Amanada Eccleston Runs It’s taken me a lot longer to write this post than I thought. Some of it was just setting aside the time to write, but part of me just wanted to put the season behind me
The World Championships in London have garnered much of the sport’s attention and we’ll be back next week to report on that action. In the meantime, we need to catch up on some of the results from Europe, take a
You might think the weeks between the Olympic Trials and the Olympic Games would be a quiet time but you would be wrong. First, for the athletes going to Rio there are last minute preparations that typically include some competition.
#LetNickRun (Sports Illustrated: Nick Symmonds vs. USA Track and Field is far bigger than just one runner and USATF: Statement from USATF regarding Nick Symmonds) has dominated the news for Track & Field in the past few weeks…but there’s been some newsworthy action
Ahead of this year’s Sir Walter Miler event in Raleigh, NC, we take a look back at one of the biggest stories to come from last year’s event: Donnie Cowart races to his first ever sub-4 minute mile. The Early