The Morning Run is a daily compilation of links, news and commentary
Ken Goe’s Tuesday links. They are much more detailed and informative than the links found on this site.
Jesse Squire awards his pro athlete of the week. It is my understanding that winners do not receive prizes.
Ryan Hall, Meb Keflezighi and Abdi Abdirahman will race the UAE Healthy Kidney 10k in New York City. Yes, THAT UAE Healthy Kidney 10k.
Kevin Liao’s power rankings for U.S. distance races on the track.
Vin Lananna claims he will shave his beard if Eugene residents go 1-2-3 in the Olympic Trials. How likely is this to happen?
Field Events: No
Heptathlon/Decathlon: Not unless Ashton Eaton counts for three
Any race shorter than 800: No
Men’s 800: Symmonds, Mulder, Greer. Could be possible
Men’s 1500: Wheating, Brown, Centrowitz (does he still count?)
Men’s 5,000/10,000: Portland yes, Eugene no
Women’s 800/1500/10,000: Not happening
Women’s 5,000: Lauren Fleshman, Jordan Hasay and…….
The chances don’t look good, but who would have predict the result of the men’s 800 in 2008?
Curtis Anderson of the Eugene Register-Guard writes another great preview of the Pepsi Team Invitational.
Galen Rupp gives advice on going pro.
Bernard Lagat announces his racing schedule.
Asafa Powell and Yohan Blake might race each other this weekend in Jamaica. When the words “might,” “could,” or “possibly” are used with sprint match-ups it usually results in “didn’t.”
Jenny Simpson will begin her outdoor season at the Drake Relays
New Nike running advertisement that promotes, well I’m not really sure.