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Bio: Race Results Weekly is the news service of record for global road racing, published by David and Jane Monti, with support of Chris Lotsbom. RunBlogRun publishes their stories with permission.



The Charles Bridge where the start of the 2021 Volkswagen Prague Marathon - Battle of the Teams will start (photo courtesy of RunCzech)
The 2021 Volkswagen Prague Marathon - Battle of the Teams logo

David Monti wrote this piece on the innovation by RunCzech race management in organizing a team approach to the marathon. Used with permission.


Brigid Kosgei of Kenya has the fastest qualifying time for women for the Tokyo Olympic Marathon when she set the World Athletics record of 2:14:04 at the Bank of America Chicago Marathon in October, 2019

David Monti updated us on the challenges that continue for Tokyo Marathon, Used with permission.


Emily Sisson in Atlanta in February, 2020, prior to the USA Olympic Trials Marathon (photo by Jane Monti for Race Results Weekly)

Emily Sisson takes Gate River 15k, photo by Kevmofoto

If anyone had a question about the fitness of Emma Sisson, then her 14:55 PB on the track a couple weeks back and now, this spectacular 15k!!


Tokyo Olympic Stadium (photo courtesy of Tokyo 2020)

David Monti wrote this piece on the challenges facing the postponed Tokyo Olympics.

We use this piece with permission, and we believe that future challenges await the LOC in Tokyo.


The BYU Cougars accept their trophy for winning the 41st NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships for women (photo courtesy of BYU Track & XC)


The Northern Arizona Lumberjacks accept their trophy for winning the 83rd NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships for men (photo courtesy of NAU Track & XC)

It was a crazy weekend of athletics. From Thursday to Saturday, in the famed Tyson Athletics Center, an NCAA Indoor champs was held where athletes ran, jumped and threw at levels that showed their frustration at missing an entire year of indoor track & field, outdoor track & field and cross country due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

Today, March 15, in Stillwater, Oklahoma, they held the NCAA cross country championships, at Oklahoma State University.
David Monti wrote this piece on the amazing day of races that celebrated collegiate cross country, which we use with permission from Race Results Weekly.

David Monti wrote this piece on the 59 athletes who competed in both events, the NCAA Indoor and NCAA cross country.

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Cole Hocker edges Oregon teammate Cooper Teare in the 3000m at the 2021 NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas (photo by Mike Scott for Race Results Weekly), used with permission.

This is David Monti's piece on the last day at NCAA Indoors. We use with permission.


Wesley Kiptoo winning the 2021 NCAA Division I Indoor Championships 5000m (photo via

In the past couple months, global athletics has given us an outlet as the pandemic evolves. We had 4 ATL meeings, NB Indoor GP, 2021 World Indoor tour, European Indoors last weekend, and now, NCAA Indoor and NCAA Cross County. We thank David Monti on his coverage on the NCAA. We use his content with permission.

I liked this piece by David Monti, on the challenges NCAA college coaches face with NCAA cross country and NCAA indoor track and field championships on the same weekends.


The women's lead pack at the 2019 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships (photo by David Monti for Race Results Weekly, used with permission).

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