January 26, 2017
“It was a cat-and-mouse affair – we both started off running at the back of the field. I beat him by little more than the thickness of a vest.”
By Sam Burke, Runner's Tribe
The 1980s were an era in which male middle distance running was dominated by Britain. The British dominance was total...
December 28, 2016
Two more U.S. high school boys go sub-4, Drew Hunter and Michael Slagowski; two historic Olympic 1500 medals won in Rio by Matthew Centrowitz (gold) and Jenny Simpson (bronze); $480,000-plus record prize money awarded; third BBTM Grand Prix Tour sets records and more highlight banner year
December 23, 2016
I want to motivate others to believe in themselves, and that was one of the key things I could do with that medal.
Why do you run?
Leo Manzano: The first thing that comes to mind is that I love it but it goes deeper than that. I run for myself and for my family. However,...
December 16, 2016
Former #1 ranked 1500 / Mile athlete, Diamond League champion and 2012 Olympian suffered disappointment in global championship finals
By Robert Johnson, LetsRun.com
For most runners, when we catch the bug in middle school or high school, the dream is the same – to make the Olympics. Morgan...
December 14, 2016
“I’m just enjoying the whole journey, this moment, this whole experience, and really just taking it in. Although my gold lasts forever, this moment doesn’t. I’m really just soaking it all in.”
By Noah Frank, WTOP.com
WASHINGTON — It’s a funny thing, watching Olympic coverage from a...
December 08, 2016
"The treasured, powerful symbol of athletic success was like hiding in my suitcase in a bundle of socks.”
By Erin Strout, Runner's World
Team USA’s track & field athletes are always expected to do well at the Olympics—and usually they tally a significant number of medals across the sprints...
December 01, 2016
Dark horse Irish athlete relives historic day: “Everything else is shut out, the noise, the crowd. For my entire career I don’t ever remember hearing the crowd… Then I make my one move, around the final bend, begin passing them. And there is no pain. The only time you feel pain is when you’re...
November 28, 2016
“I credit being at the University of Oregon and going to college for four years as the reason why I can run these tactical races, why I’m prepared for these slow races."
By Roxanna Scott, USA TODAY Sports
WASHINGTON — For an Olympic champion who’s spent the year checking goals off his list...
November 25, 2016
Mile legends earned unofficial billing as the "Coe vs. Ovett Olympics"
By Jamie Fuller, InsideTheGames.biz
Long before Sebastian, Lord Coe, hit the giddy heights of presiding over London 2012 and then taking over as grand pooh-bah of the International Association of Athletics Federations (...
November 23, 2016
Coach Vigil bases a lot of his training off Sebastian Coe’s training. Back in the day, Coach Vigil didn’t know much about the Mile, so he went to the UK to learn about the Mile.
By Runner's Tribe
Runner’s Tribe recently caught up with 2016 Rio Olympian, 2013 World Championships 800m bronze...
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