In the USA, 13 Australians qualified for the renowned NCAA Indoor Championships, which has long served as a stepping stone for burgeoning athletes as they rise up to senior ranks of Australian competition.
The University of Colorado has implemented new guidelines for body composition testing after an independent review found that the current practices negatively affected a significant number of student-athletes, particularly those on the women's cross-country and track and field teams. The 82-page report, along with a summary of the results and actions taken by the university, was provided to Runner's World. The review revealed that the testing and related nutrition advice exacerbated eating disorders and caused harm to the athletes. The investigation did not find any violations of university or NCAA rules, but it highlighted concerns about the culture and environment within the program.
The NIL deal means Amy will race in ON shoes and represent the brand during her NCAA years, and allow her to forge a relationship with ON, as her major sponsor. 
It was on a chilly evening in Boston in February 2018 when Edward Cheserek, a 17-time NCAA champion, etched his name into the annals of indoor track history. With a lightning-fast time of 3:49.44, he ran the second-fastest indoor mile ever recorded, second only to Morocco's two-time Olympic gold medalist Hicham El Geurrouj, who had clocked 3:48.45. Interestingly, Cheserek declared that he had no intentions of revisiting the mile distance.
For over eight decades, the NCAA Cross Country Championships have witnessed legendary races, but the 2022 showdown between Northern Arizona and Oklahoma State stands out as an epic clash. It culminated in an unprecedented tie with both teams locked at 83 points. The thrilling contest concluded controversially, granting Northern...
The University of Virginia's Panorama Farms Course bore witness to the pinnacle of competitive prowess at the 2023 NCAA Cross Country Championships last Saturday. Amidst the stunning backdrop of central Virginia's fall scenery, the event showcased remarkable individual achievements, and intense team rivalries, and served as a stage for emerging distance running talents.
In the realm of running, the hypothetical pondering of the fitness level required to clinch the NCAA cross country title found definitive answers in the awe-inspiring performances of Graham Blanks of Harvard and Parker Valby of Florida. Their extraordinary display at the Sharon Colyear-Danville Season Opener at Boston University not only rewrote the record books but also set new benchmarks in collegiate running.
On Friday, March 8, Wayne Pinnock triumphed, capturing not only a share of the longest leap this year but also the NCAA title and the global lead. Representing Arkansas at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Boston, the Jamaican athlete secured his second NCAA indoor title and the third long jump crown of his collegiate career with a stellar leap of 8.40m. This remarkable feat surpassed Pinnock's previous mark of 8.34m in February, which had jointly held the world lead alongside Italy's Mattia Furlani until this latest accomplishment.
This weekend, Boston's TRACK at New Balance will host the 2024 NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships. Get ready for an exciting display of collegiate athletics. Enthusiasts of collegiate sports excitedly anticipate the two-day competition, where the best college athletes in the country will battle to showcase their abilities and willpower.
Maia Ramsden made an impressive entrance at the NCAA Indoor Championships, holding not just the second-fastest mile time in US collegiate history but also a significant lead over her competitors.