Chris O’Hare retires…

Chris O’Hare winning indoors, photo by British Athletics Chris O’Hare, one of Scotland’s finest middle distance runners, has retired. I was fortunate enough to see him win the bronze medal at the European Outdoors in 2014, in the 1,500m, and the bronze medal at the European Indoors in 2015 at […]

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RECORD-BREAKING DAY FOR D’AMATO, HALL IN HOUSTON By David Monti, @d9monti (c) 2022 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved, used with permission. 

Keira D’Amato celebrating her new AR in the marathon 2:19.12 (unofficial), photo by Flynn Sports Management What an amazing day at the Chevron Houston Marathon and Aramco Houston Half-Marathon! This piece is from David Monti, of Race Results Weekly, which we use with permission. RECORD-BREAKING DAY FOR D’AMATO, HALL IN […]

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THREE OLYMPIC MEDALISTS TO RUN 2022 WHOOP WANAMAKER MEN’S MILE By David Monti, @d9monti (c) 2022 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved, used with permission. 

The WHOOP Wanamaker Indoor mile is going to be huge in 2022! David Monti of Race Results Weekly did the following piece on the amazing men’s mile field that is being assembled for January 29, 2022. We use this piece with permission. Josh Kerr at Stumptown Twilight, photo by How […]

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USA OLYMPIC 1500M TEAM LEADS ENTRIES FOR WOMEN’S WANAMAKER MILE By David Monti, @d9monti (c) 2022 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved, used with permission. 

Elle Purrier St. Pierre, the top American miler, will take on a tough field at the Millrose Games on January 29, 2022. The New Balance sponsored athlete competed in her first Olympics after dominating the field at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials. Media got a kick that Elle Purrier grew […]

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Levern Spencer has retired

The high jumper, Levern Spencer has decided, after 23 years to retire. Competing in 4 Olympics, 5 Commonwealth Games and 8 World Championships, Levern has seen the elite world of athletics for most of her life, as an elite high jumper. This is part one of Stuart Weir’s piece on […]

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