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  • Mocko, Yanko Capture Top Finishes at Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon

    Two-time Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon winners Chris Mocko and Devon Yanko ascended the winners platform yet again at today’s 37th Annual Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon. Mocko, age 28, of Folsom, Calif., who previously won the race in 2011 and 2012, emerged victorious in the men’s race with a Read More
  • With "Erase All Doubt," Under Armour Shows They Get It

    The running footwear business, at the performance level, takes no prisoners. At this time, our RN footwear editor, Cregg Weinmann tracks over 48 brands in performance running. To be a player in the performance running business, one must make consistently great product, have great consumer service, have a team that Read More
  • LA's Sharon Day-Monroe Rewrites Record Books at the Reggie!

    Sharon Day-Monroe made history by winning her fourth consecutive national indoor title to kick off the 2015 USATF Indoor Championships Friday.   Day-Monroe (Los Angeles) became the most decorated American since the addition of the outdoor heptathlon in 1981, winning her fourth consecutive indoor title to accompany her three outdoor Read More
  • USA Indoor Track & Field Champs Begin Today in Boston

    The 2015 USATF Indoor Championships return to the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center beginning today, with first day of combined events (Sharon Day-Monroe and Jeremy Taiwo top favorites) and will continue until Sunday with rest of the events. In the sprints and hurdles, a slew of familiar faces return to “The Reggie,” Read More
  • Lagat Ends Indoor Season With World Masters 3000m Record

    METZ (FRA, Feb 25): Bernard Lagat ended his indoor season with excellent World masters 3000 m record 7:37.92 at the Metz Indoor meet. He beat steeple specialist Paul Kipsiele Koech 7:39.68, Nixon Chepseba 7:42.65 and miler Bethwel Birgen 7:43.77. South African Andre Olivier won the 1000 m in 2:19.24 ahead Read More
  • Tickets On Sale Now for NCAAs, USA Outdoors Hosted at U of Oregon and Tracktown USA

    Can the University of Oregon men's track and field team claim a second straight NCAA outdoor title? Who will represent Team USA on the global stage at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing this summer? And which UO athletes will emerge as breakout stars in 2015?   Those questions will Read More
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Runners can also sign up with a guaranteed entry for the Sunday, October 11 world-class marathon event - CHICAGO - The Bank of America Chicago Marathon announced that runners can enter the lottery for the 2015 event on Tuesday, March 10. Runners who qualify for a guaranteed entry will also be able to register at this time. The lottery system, introduced last year, resulted in a record number of finishers - 40,659 - at the 2014 Chicago Marathon. The 38th annual Chicago Marathon will take place on Sunday, October 11 in Grant Park. Runners can enter the lottery or register with...
NAPA, Calif. — March 1, 2015 — Two-time Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon winners Chris Mocko and Devon Yanko ascended the winners platform yet again at today’s 37th Annual Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon. Mocko, age 28, of Folsom, Calif., who previously won the race in 2011 and 2012, emerged victorious in the men’s race with a time of 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 6 seconds. Yanko (née Crosby-Helms), 32, of San Anselmo, Calif. dominated the women’s field after previously emerging victorious at the Napa Valley Marathon (NVM) in 2007 and 2012. The winners headed a sold-out field of 3,000 entrants who were greeted by blue skies, little wind, and ideal temperatures in the low 40s F...
Kenya's Samuel Ndungu surged away from the opposition in the last 10 kilometres to claim his second Lake Biwa Marathon title ahead of Italy's Daniele Meucci - Samuel Ndungu from Kenya claimed his second title on a cold and rainy morning at the 70th staging of the Lake Biwa Mainichi Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on Sunday (1). It was in this race three years ago where the Kenyan made his marathon debut with victory in a still-standing PB of 2:07:04 but Ndungu's aspirations of lowering his best ever time dissipated when the pacemakers went out much slower than...
BOSTON -- An American record in the men’s 600 meters and a world-leading women’s shot put highlighted an exciting final day of the USATF Indoor Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center on the campus of Roxbury Community College. Saturday and Sunday attendance totalled 6,091 for the event broadcast live on USATF.TV and NBCSN.   Casimir Loxsom (Seattle, Washington) was in command from the gun in the men’s 600m, sprinting to the front and passing 200m at 23.76 and 400m at 48.26 to close for the American Record and the win in 1:15.33. He clocked the fourth-fastest time ever and was a quarter-second...