The Olympic bronze medalist withdrew before the 30K mark.
The evidence remains mostly anecdotal, but that’s not necessarily bad.
This accelerating trend might be better for some runners than others. Here’s what experts have to say about the pros and cons.
The Olympic 800-meter champion seeks her first world title; also, the men’s 5K and 4 x 400-meter finals.
The world record-holder takes on the Olympic champion; also, the 4 x 100 finals.
The Olympic champ looks ready to run another epic 400-meter hurdles final.
Emma Coburn and Courtney Frerichs face a deep field.
Led by Sara Hall, Americans place 5th, 7th, and 8th.
The Ethiopian broke open a huge pack after 20 miles; Galen Rupp is top American in 19th.
Also, the men’s 10K and women’s 100 finals highlight the schedule in Eugene.
Letesenbet Gidey headlines the women’s 10K; American men could dominate the 100 final.
The superstar sprinter is expected in the mixed relay final; also, 1500 and steeple heats.
Early aggressors CJ Albertson and Elkanah Kibet were the second and third U.S. finishers.
He broke the race with an amazing 5K split of 13:55—a pace under 4:30 per mile(!)—heading into the final stretch of the race.
There’s no clear favorite in the deepest field in race history.
Research finds increased injury rates in runners who’ve been symptomatic.
Four U.S. men finished in the top 10, but they weren’t necessarily the expected names.
The Kenyan survived a hard push before 20 miles to win by 44 seconds.
The Kenyan emerged from the pack that chased down American CJ Albertson, the early leader.
Galen Rupp was the top American, finishing second in 2:06:35.
Having a tough day mentally or physically? Whether you should persevere or pack it in depends on several factors.
Galen Rupp was the top American, finishing in eighth.
A star-studded men’s marathon caps off an exciting Olympic games.