The New York stop on the Diamond League circuit — the adidas Grand Prix at Icahn Stadium Saturday — is becoming one of the most high-powered track & field events of the year. Gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross will make her season debut.
If Mary Cain can finish in the top three of the 1,500m run at the U.S. Nationals next month, she will represent the U.S. at the World Championships in Moscow. That's because the 17-year-old hit the IAAF 'A' standard tonight in California.
New Balance and New York Road Runners have joined forces with Saturday's Brooklyn Half-Marathon. And as you can imagine, it won't be an ordinary race. In fact, the party's been going on since Wednesday.
In recent days New Jersey's Ben Malone, in separate races, has beaten Edward Cheserek in the mile and broken the Garden State's 1,500m record. Is he going to peak at the Dream Mile at the adidas Grand Prix on May 25 at Icahn Stadium?
What kept BYU from claiming the IC4A title in its first trip to the Championship was a proscription of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints which precludes its athletes from competing on Sunday. That allowed Cornell to scream past the Cougars for victory.
Olivia Baker of Columbia High in North Jersey has been getting all kinds of national attention after her Penn Relays' performance, but that new obstacle didn't get in her way at the Loucks Games on Saturday.
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