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Baker plans indoors, from EME News


Ronnie Baker was fifth in that incredible 2021 Tokyo Olympic 100m final. He was second in the 2018 World Indoor Championshp 60m. As he plans for 2022, Ronnie Baker is speaking about wanting to run both Belgrade and Eugene. Here's a clip on Ronnie and what he wants in 2021-2021:

Ronnie Baker -thumb-500xauto-66330.jpegRonnie Baker, Monaco Herculis 2021, photo by Diamond League AG

Purrier-McGee-2-OlyTrials21w.jpgElle Purrier St. Pierre, Cory McGee, photo by Kevin Morris / @kevmofoto

Hocker-Cole-Q-OlyTrials21w.jpgCole Hocker, Craig Engels, photo by Kevin Morris / @kevmofoto

Two of America's finest milers, Elle Purrier St. Pierre and Cole Hocker will take on elite fields in the WHOOP Wanamaker mile at the 2022 Millrose Games. The Wanamaker Mile has, for most of the past 113 years, been a huge draw. Special shout out to new sponsor WHOOP who took over the sponsorship of the presitgious mile after NYRR pulled out as sponsor of both the Millrose Games and the Wanamaker mile! This piece, by RRW, is used 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).

Wild card and $10,000


The 2021 World Indoor Tour has just ended, and World Athletics is announcing the wild card status on the 11 winners and cash prizes.

An excellent ending to the 2021 World Indoor Tour, with an exciting world indoor record and two world leads. This is the event by event meet update provided by EME News.

The complete results on Villa de Madrid Gallur are below. The meet had a world indoor record at the 60m hurdles by Grant Holloway with his 7.29. Some quick distance events added to the final meet in the 2021 World Indoor Tour.

The opening meet in 2021 for Grant Holloway was Jan. 24, 2021. He opened with 7.38 in the heats and 7.35 in the final. Grant was so far ahead that he could have had a sack lunch and still won.

IMG_2895.jpgGrant Holloway, ATL Meet 1, photo via ESPN by Kathy Camara

In Lieven, Grant Holloway was on, and he was near perfection. His hurdling was sublime. His sprinting was fast and furious. In coming oh so close to the time that Colin Jackson achieved three decades ago, Grant Holloway is just hinting at the ability that he has in the 60m hurdles and 110m hurdles. Hint some more, oh @Flaamingoo!

IMG_5016.jpgAllyson Felix, ATL #4, photo by Kathy Camara via ESPN TV

The ATL Meet 4 was a suitable end to the 2021 elite season in the US.

This is the Saturday workout. It combines hills and speed play. Stay aware. Stay focused.

Gorriaran_Sophia-St-NBiGP21w.jpgSophia Gorriaran, 800m, 2021 NB Indoor GP, photo by Kevmofoto

Saturday, Feb 19, 2022: warm up (1 mile easy, stretch), Hill day #3, hill Fartlek, 30 minutes, 3 times 5 minutes, 5 k pace, 5 minutes easy, cooldown.

RunBlogRun presents

Donavan Brazier - 1:44.21

800m American Record

New Balance Indoor Grand Prix 2021 - Mixed Zone

Brazier_Donovan-1b-NBiGP21.jpgDonavan Brazier runs 1:44.21, a new 800m American Record, photo by Kevmofoto

The 800m is 4 laps on an indoor MONDO 200m track. Donavan Brazier took control at 450 meters, and

moved away to go 1:44.21. We spoke to Donavan Brazier in the mixed zone.

A special thanks to Sandra Nel-Kurmann & Global Athletics for setting up the Mixed Zone.

Brazier_Donovan-4-NBiGP21w.jpgDonavan Brazier runs 1:44.21, a new 800m American Record, photo by Kevmofoto

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