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Excerpt: Symmonds Recounts Olympic Experience

The two-time Olympian describes his experience qualifying for a second Olympic team.

Sowinski, Wilson Defend U.S. 800m Titles

Mary Cain wins women's 1500m final for second-straight year.

Nick Symmonds Takes His Fight To The Page

The outspoken athlete and activist ran and wrote all winter, and will release his first book about his life in track and field this summer.

Top Pros Share Their 2014 Racing Goals

See what some of the best athletes from the track, roads and trail want to accomplish this year.

Symmonds Signs With Brooks, Eyes Future

The world championships silver medalist wants to break Johnny Gray's American record.

Competitor’s 2013 Runners Of The Year

Take a look back at the exciting 2013 season and see who we named the top runners of the year.

Big Turnaround For U.S. Middle-Distance Running

In just a decade, American runners are now winning major races.

Killer Kilo Planned For Millrose Games

Four top middle-distance runners are gunning for the American 1K record.

Nick Symmonds Eyeing More Miles

The 800m specialist hopes to double at the Rio Olympics.

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