Yes, that Bob Kennedy. When you’re one of the all-time greats in American running history, no matter what you do as a runner later
Kennedy held the American record in three shorter-distance events before retiring in 2004.
Three-time Olympian teams up with two-time Olympian Bob Kennedy in San Diego.
We caught up with one of the greatest American distance runners of all-time.
The great Bob Kennedy was inducted into the RRCA Hall of Fame.
One of America’s most underappreciated runners will attempt to make a statement in Sunday’s ING Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia Half
Check out these great images from today’s IAAF World Challenge Meeting in Rieti, Italy, where Kenyan David Rudisha ran 1:41.01 to
Rain doesn’t slow down top U.S. track athletes at The Crystal Palace. Tyson Gay, flying high after last week’s big win over
Solinsky sixth as two Americans break 13-minute barrier in the same race for the first time in history. Former world champion and Olympic
Competitor Running blogger takes down Bob Kennedy’s 13-year-old standard with a 12:56.27 clocking. We’re not going to even