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Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany were the winners of the London Marathon.
Science of Sport breaks down the race.
Track and Field News also weighs in on the impending selection.
At the Mt. SAC Relays, Martyn Rooney and Jeremy Wariner both broke 45 seconds in the 400.
Walter Dix ran 9.85 in a race that also featured Mike Rodgers. Even with the wind, that is a vey fast time for Dix.
Allyson Felix made some poor woman look silly on the anchor leg of the 4 x 100.
World champion Jason Richardson ran 13.20 (+3.7) in the 110 hurdles.
At the Kansas Relays, Bershawn Jackson ran a world-leading time in the 400 hurdles. Dai Greene, what have you done?
Sanya Richards-Ross ran a very-impressive-for-April time of 50.18 in Waco, Texas.
What did German high jumper Ariane Friedrich do when a stalker sent her lewd pictures?
The USATF needs to do a better job capitalizing on the Olympic popularity of track, opines Red Shannon.
Usain Bolt will run his first open 100 in Kingston in two weeks. #OMGBOLT
The Turbaned Tornado– the 101-year old marathoner- has retired from the distance. He has not ruled out the steeplechase.
NPR profile on Nick Symmonds. Cue soothing NPR voices.