July 23, 2021
"I really want to make the final. That’s a big goal. And then once I’m in the final, I think I just have just as good a shot as anyone."
By Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field News
Headed to Tokyo as the youngest U.S. men’s 1500 Olympian since Villanova’s Marty Liquori in ’68, Cole Hocker, 20,...
July 21, 2021
"To bounce back after a disappointing Trials is just a testament to who she is and how much he loves the sport.”
By Taylor Dutch, Runner's World
Almost a month after finishing eighth in the 5000 meters at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials, Josette Norris raced on the track again—and she...
July 14, 2021
The true beauty of the Mile: It scans an exact black-and-white photocopy of who you are right there — warts and all.
By Chris Foster, PodiumRunner.com
It doesn’t matter if you ran the Mile in college, ran it on your high school track team, or ran it in gym class for the (much-dreaded)...
July 09, 2021
A “blue-collar kid” who’s extremely gritty and relentlessly pursues her goals.
By Trevor Hass. Boston.com
As Heather MacLean has ascended from running rookie to collegiate athlete to All-American to Olympian, her journey has been anything but linear.
Unrelenting bouts with pneumonia in...