Allyson Felix's legs may be dead, but the double is not POSTED: Sep 7, 2:39p ET | UPDATED: Sep 7, 2:39p ET By Joe Battaglia, Universal Sports After winning silver in the 400m and bronze in the 200m at the World Championships, Allyson Felix indicated her days of doubling were over. Ahead of her final race of the season in Zurich, she left open the possibility of another double in 2012.
Speaking with USA Volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon POSTED: Sep 2, 2:13p ET | UPDATED: Sep 2, 2:19p ET By Matt Stroup, Universal Sports The gold medal-winning U.S. men's volleyball coach at the Beijing Games,
Hugh McCutcheon is now in his third season as U.S. women's coach, most
recently having led the team to victory at the Grand Prix for a second
Marathon talk with Lauren Fleshman POSTED: Aug 10, 4:49p ET | UPDATED: Oct 27, 12:21p ET By Joe Battaglia, Universal Sports Lauren Fleshman, the 2010 U.S. champion at 5000m, will make her marathon
debut at the ING New York City Marathon on Nov. 6. Here are some of
the highlights from her conference call with the media.
Get to know: Austin Mudd POSTED: Jul 29, 8:32a ET | UPDATED: Jul 29, 8:36a ET By MileSplit.us Learn more about middle-distance runner Austin Mudd. The native of Greenwood, Indiana finished second to Lukas Verzbicas in the Dream Mile at the Diamond League adidas Grand Prix in New York and won the 800m at the New Balance Nationals. READ MORE
Allyson Felix: 'Time for me to go outside of my comfort zone' POSTED: Jul 28, 2:35a ET | UPDATED: Jul 29, 10:27a ET By Joe Battaglia, Universal Sports Allyson Felix has announced that she will indeed double in the 200m and 400m in
Daegu next month. We caught up with the 25-year-old to ask her about the decision
and what went into the process.
Get to know: Lukas Verzbicas POSTED: Jul 8, 8:28a ET | UPDATED: Jul 14, 1:25p ET By MileSplit.us Learn more about middle-distance star Lukas Verzbicas. The native of Orland Park, Illinois won Jim Ryun Dream Mile in New York running 3:59.71 and is also an accomplished triathlete. He is headed to Oregon in the fall. READ MORE
Shannon Rowbury digs deep to get to Daegu POSTED: Jun 25, 10:13p ET | UPDATED: Jul 13, 1:48p ET By Joe Battaglia, Universal Sports Injury and personal loss have taken their toll on Shannon Rowbury in 2011. But she kept the faith and persevered, fighting to earn the final qualifying spot on the U.S. Team in the 1500m by one-hundredth of a second. She spoke about her experiences.
Coach Renato Canova talks training, 2-hour marathon POSTED: Jun 25, 1:00p ET | UPDATED: Jun 25, 1:00p ET By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly Italy's Renato Canova may just be the world's best marathon coach. He
made an appearance yesterday at a media roundtable here at the offices
of the Boston Athletic Association, and explained his thoughts on Moses
Mosop's debut marathon this past April, training for the marathon, and
specifically the possibility of a sub-two hour marathons. Here is what
Get to know: Hannah Carson POSTED: Jun 16, 10:06a ET | UPDATED: Jun 16, 10:09a ET By MileSplit.us Learn more about field event star Hannah Carson. The native of Chandler, Arizona won bronze in the javelin at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games last summer in Singapore and is headed to Texas Tech in the fall. READ MORE
Catching up with Chrissie Wellington POSTED: Jun 15, 10:49a ET | UPDATED: Jun 15, 2:33p ET By Jason Devaney, Universal Sports Three-time Ironman world champion Chrissie Wellington recently visited TARGETRAINING, a triathlon training facility and retail store in Westport, Conn. Universal Sports sat down with the Briton, who currently lives and trains in Boulder, Colo.
Jeremy Wariner looking for better execution in New York POSTED: Jun 10, 2:32p ET | UPDATED: Jun 10, 2:33p ET By Joe Battaglia, Universal Sports When Jeremy Wariner fails to cross the finish line first, he know it is
usually because he did not execute a phase of his race correctly. After a
poor showing at the Diamond League Prefontaine Classic, Wariner is
looking to get back on track at the adidas Grand Prix.