Rules, rules and more rules. In the Olympics, you have to do more than just run fast to reach the finish line.
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Unprecedented temperatures in the Pacific Northwest caused heat-induced hospitalizations, meet delays — and dystopian social media posts at the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials.
The veteran Centrowitz puts on a clinic in 1500m tactics, while young Hocker relies on speed and grit to carry him to a national championship.
Emily Sisson, Karissa Schweizer, Alicia Monson Qualify for the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team in the 10,000 Meters
Sisson, a first-time Olympian and two-time world championships finalist in the 10,000 meters, set a new Olympic Trials record.
Things are about to heat up as Centrowitz and Hocker go head to head and a dozen fast milers compete for three precious spots on the Olympic team.
The rescheduled 5,000m final will be run Sunday morning. Here's who to watch in the field of veterans and upstarts.
Runners reveal the preparation, strategies and mindsets that led to success — or failure — at the race-defining moment.
A stacked field of 14 runners will compete for 3 spots on the team in the fast and furious steeplechase, which is always entertaining and often heartbreaking.
Our man on the ground reveals how COVID-19 has affected the Olympic Trials, and how athletes and fans are reacting to the new Hayward Field.