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  • McCorory aims for podium at world championships after running personal best at nationals

    McCorory aims for podium at world championships after running personal best at nationals
    From Richmond to Rome, from Des Moines to Daegu, Olympic gold medalist Francena McCorory has run hundreds of races. Never had she blazed 400 meters like this.
  • Could U.S. men fail to win gold at world track?

    Could U.S. men fail to win gold at world track?
    How's this for a doomsday scenario: The U.S. men could come home without a single gold medal from the World Track & Field Championships that begin Saturday in Daegu, South Korea. Yes, that's pretty unlikely for a country whose men never have won fewer...

    Two medals, but not old glory for Felix

    Two medals, but not old glory for Felix
    When Allyson Felix looked to her right at the press conference for the women's 200 meters Friday, she saw the two women's sprint stars of her sport. That was supposed to be the right way to look at Felix less than a year before the London Olympics....

    One more race, and weary Felix calling it a season

    One more race, and weary Felix calling it a season
    Allyson Felix sounded exhausted.   Felix called me Wednesday from Zurich, Switzerland, where she had gone after winning her fourth medal at the World Track & Field Championships that ended Sunday in Daegu, South Korea. "Hanging in there,'' she said with...

    Did Yohan Blake just make it seem dopey to watch track?

    Did Yohan Blake just make it seem dopey to watch track?
    Dare I say that Yohan Blake would have won the world title in the 100 meters last month even if Jamaican compatriot and defending champion and world record-holder Usain Bolt had not been disqualified for a false start? That doesn't seem like such a risky...