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Ethiopia’s Dejen Gebremeskel looks to win 5th straight title at 30th edition of ‘World’s Fastest 5K’; Bernard Lagat, Diego Estrada lead U.S. runners at one of road racing’s iconic events - CARLSBAD, Calif.   – Recognized as the ‘World’s Fastest 5K’ with a storied history of 16 world records, no athlete in Carlsbad 5000 history has been more successful than Dejen Gebremeskel.

Thursday, 26 March 2015 15:47

More Top Athletes Set to Compete at Drake Relays

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The 106th Drake Relays to be held in Des Moines at the end of April has announced the second wave of top names for this year. In women's hurdles, Dawn Harper-Nelson will clash with Queen Harrison, Lolo Jones, Brianna Rollins, Eurochamp Tiffany Porter and indoor revelation Sharika Nelvis. They will also compete 

Genzebe Dibaba will be looking for her second world record of the year at the Carlsbad 5000 on Sunday where she will attempt to break Meseret Defar's world 5km record of 14:46  - Prolific record-breaker Genzebe Dibaba will be looking for her second record of the year when she lines up in the Carlsbad 5000 on Sunday (29).

All-American running couple with Cal Poly and Central Coast ties to be part of Saturday, April 25th Family Fitness Day as well as weekend events; register today to be part of the “Small Town, Big Race” experience on April 24-26, 2015  - SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (March 17, 2015) – The San Luis Obispo Marathon, Half Marathon + 5K presented by LeftLaneSports.com has announced that top U.S. running couple with Cal Poly and Central Coast ties Ben & Stephanie Bruce will be part of the weekend festivities including Family Fitness Day on Saturday, April 25th. The 4th event edition, a San Luis Obispo running tradition, will be held on April 24-26.

Monday, 23 March 2015 14:59

Mo Farah Sets 2 European Records in Lisbon

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British running star Mo Farah won the 25th jubilee edition of Lisbon Meia Maratona du Lisboa in new European record 59:32. The previous mark of Spanish Fabian Roncero is 59:52 from Berlin 2001.  The race started fast with an impressive pace of Wilson Too who clocked 21:44 at 8k before Kogo, Kibet, and Adola took the lead. Farah was back some 12 seconds. In second half, he speeded up and won ahead of Micah Kogo 59:33 and Stephen Kibet 59:58. Ethiopian Guye Adola was fourth 1:00:45. Best Portugal runner was Ricardo Ribas as 14th in 1:04:23. Farah was absolutely satisfied: