September 14, 2021
Breakout year for Oregon Duck includes 3 NCAA titles, Olympic Trials crown, Tokyo Olympic finalist and 3:50 Mile
From Orgeon Track & Field
EUGENE, Ore. – Cole Hocker has signed with Nike and will forego the remainder of his collegiate career at Oregon to start his professional career. He made...
August 07, 2021
"This is what you want as a professional runner... I feel like I am just getting started. But at the same time, I have been dreaming of this for my whole life."
By Bob Ramsak for World Athletics
Jakob Ingebrigtsen capped his stunning rise from precocious talent to global middle distance...
August 06, 2021
“She's the greatest of all-time... she doesn't get enough credit."
By Nicole Jeffery for World Athletics
Faith Kipyegon was given the ultimate accolade by her closest rival after winning her second consecutive Olympic 1500m crown in Tokyo tonight.
Asked about Kipyegon’s standing, silver...
August 04, 2021
"I’ve never been to the Olympics, but I’ve been able to execute on stages I’ve never been to before and I think this should be the same way.”
By Chris Chavez, Sports Illustrated
After a four hour delay due to extreme temperatures from a rare Pacific Northwest heat wave, the fans at Hayward...
July 31, 2021
Can Kipyegon, Centrowitz defend Olympic crowns?
By Nicole Jeffery & Bob Ramsak for World Athletics
The outcome of the women’s 1500 meters may be most influenced by whether world champion Sifan Hassan decides to do the event or not.
At the time of writing, Hassan was still...
July 26, 2021
"Perhaps it’s a good thing as a first-time Olympian. You create a situation that’s not as overwhelming. It feels like any other meet you’ve ever run in."
By Patrick Magee, Sun Herald
Unlike most athletes who will be competing in Tokyo, Pass Christian native Cory McGee had in-person exposure...
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 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...
June 28, 2021
The youngest outdoor national champion in the 1500 or Mile since 1911: “This whole year, I felt like I was proving myself to the world, but also proving my talent to myself."
By David Woods, Indianapolis Star
Over the course of three minutes, Cole Hocker was far from the desired destination,...
June 26, 2021
“I actually don’t know how many miles a week I’m running. I don’t care, just whatever my body is feeling.”
By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World
Craig Engels burst onto the U.S. running scene in 2017, during his final year at the University of Mississippi. He was the athlete with the mullet...
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