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Aspiring Elites Are Banding Together To Meet Tougher Time Standards 

This Presidents Day, 12 elite women toed the line at the Pacific Pursuit 10K in San Diego, Calif. Matching athletes from respected teams like Northern Arizona Elite in Flagstaff, Ariz. with those from Hansons Brooks Distance Project in Detroit, Mich., this competition was originally created as an early 2016 Olympic Trials qualifier by the NorCal […]

Photos: New National Titles At The USATF Indoor Championships

All photos of the 2019 USA Track and Field Indoor Championships by Kevin Morris. As we witnessed at the NYRR Millrose Games earlier this month, women runners are on a roll this year—and the USATF Indoor Championships held February 22-24 at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex in Staten Island, N.Y., only cemented that reality. Shelby […]

800-Meter Champ Laura Roesler Is Back—And She’s Stronger Than Ever

Back On Track Former Oregon Duck and two-time NCAA 800-meter champion Laura Roesler is back this winter and racing faster than ever. After graduating from University of Oregon in 2014, Roesler faced a series of injuries that kept her out of competition for many indoor and outdoor seasons and has only recently had the opportunity […]