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Review: Alberto Salazar's 14 Minutes

14 Minutes: A Running Legend’s Life and Death and Life

I’ve been meaning to write something up about Alberto Salazar’s memoir for sometime, but now, with Salazar… 545 more words

The Endurance Bibliography

The Search for King Arthur or Why Runners Chase Myths and Legends

I picked up a really interesting article earlier today while at work looking at some of the more preposterous sports-science myths that have penetrated the public consciousness in the last decade or so. 527 more words


Kara Goucher: 'People have been threatened' at U.S. Championships

Two-time U.S. Olympian Kara Goucher said “people have been threatened” at the U.S. Track and Field Championships, 25 days after Goucher and others were sources in reports accusing Nike Oregon Project head coach  249 more words



Both the state of South Carolina and the sport of athletics (track and field) are going through a particularly trying patch right now, though hardly on a par with one another. 1,003 more words


Mo Farah sticking with coach amid doping rumors

When it comes to athletes and unlawful performance-enhancing substances — a.k.a. steroids, a.k.a. PEDs, a.k.a. doping — all it takes is a whiff of smoke for many fans and media to pull the fire alarm. 299 more words


Pushing the Limits

“So here is where we are in track and field, back in an old familiar place to which the sport returns with dispiriting regularity, and seemingly evermore. 806 more words


It's Not About the Spike

It’s Not About the Spike

Or, the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up

By Galan* Rupp

I was hurt by the accusations. I’ve done my best to represent this country, and I’ve proven time and time again that the American Dream is real. 1,004 more words