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Here's our report 22 for European Athletics Results 2017-18, compiled and edited by Carles Baronet. Carles has been compiling these respots for RunBlogRun for nearly one hundred years. We thank Carles Baronet, our friend from Catalonia, and for all his wonderful reports!

Nowicki_Wojciech1b-WC17.jpgWojciech Nowicki, photo by

This is the most current report on the US results, courtesy of our friend, Carles Baronet, who compiles, edits and publishes these reports for RunBlogRun!

DSC04626.jpgThe 5000 meters is off! June 24, 2018, photo by Mike Deering/The Shoe Addicts

Carles Baronet loves the sport and lives in the area of Catalonia in Spain. We thank him for his support.

The 2018 Bislett Oslo Games was a huge success. There was wonderful weather, and some fine competitions. The meet organizers focused on Norwegian stars. A poster campaign around the city promoted the stars and rivalries. It was great story telling. Watch for our stories on the Oslo Meeting.

Karsten.jpgKarston Warholm, photo by Stuart Weir

The following column was rememberences by athletes of the great Dick Quax. Dick Quax was taken from us on Monday, May 28, 2018. Dick was loved and respected by his friends, family, competitors and fellow coaches. The complete story can be found at

770275p4182EDNmain929569Quax Viren wide.jpgDick Quax, Lasse Viren, Montreal 1976 5000 meters, photo courtesy Getty Images /IAAF.

You are getting very fit. If you ran cross country and then, followed out Winter and spring program, you are getting awesomely fit. Make sure you are hydrating (8-10 glasses of water a day). Make sure you are eating vegetables, fruits, nuts, lean meats, good fish (sardines, anchovies, salmon, trout), and yes, you can do well as a vegan, just make sure you do tofu ( I love tofu sausages, tempeh and grilling tofu with curry power and olive oil). You have a mortal engine, power it well.

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Wednesday, May 2, 2018: warm up, Easy 55-60 minutes, cooldown, on soft ground, 4 x 150 meter stride outs

This is the 18th report of the year, from our friend from Catalonia, Carles Baronet. Carles compiles and manages these reports for us, and we are quite grateful. We hope that you appreciate the reports and pass them around. Remember, you can download each report as a PDF at the bottom of the next section.

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IMG_3229.jpgCourtney Okolo, gold medalist, World Indoors, 400 meters, photo by Mike Deering, for The Shoe Addicts

This is USA-Canada report 17, compiled and edited by Carles Baronet. Carles blogs at Track in Sun blogspot and has done the result reports for RunBlogRun for many years. Our friend from Catalonia is a true track geek!

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This is update 16 for the USA-Canada reports for 2017-18. Our Catalan friend, Carles Baronet, compiles and edits these amazing reports each week. Carles has done this for @runblogrun for several years, and we love them. If you have any suggestions, please email us at [email protected].

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This is the twelfth report on USA-Canada results, from Carles Baronet, who has edited this amazing work for years now. Special thanks to our friend from Catalonia.

With lesss than five days before the World Indoor Championships, athletes are doing their final honing for the Worlds. Some fine races here and some athletes who will play big parts in the four days in Birmingham.

The 2018 IAAF World Indoor Tour had some great moments, and the meet in Glasgow had several of them, from the 60 meters won by Bingtian Su, to the 60 meters won by Marie-Jose Ta Lou, to the 60 meter hurdles for women and 60 meter hurdles for men.

IAAF World Tour, photo 2, getty ba.jpgIAAF World Tour Champions: Bingtian Su, Adam Kszczot, Yomif Kejelcha, Christina Manning, Sosthene Moguernara-Taroum, Maria Lasitskene, Beatrice Chepkoech, photo by Getty Images/British Athletics

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