World XC: Kiplimo and Chebet Repeat, April Fools Highlights, & America's 800m Dark Horse

20 days ago

Jacob Kiplimo and Beatrice Chebet repeated at World XC but what happened to Agnes Ngetich and Joshua Cheptegei?

April Fools came and went and what were the craziest stories in the sport in the last year?

And it's not an April Fools joke that a Texas A&M Aggie ran an NCAA leading 1:44:46 and may be a dark horse candidate at the Olympic Trials.

Plus Elizabeth Leachman broke the high school 5000m record.

  • 0:00 Start
  • 04:13 World XC - Cheptegei and Ngetich left out of medals - women problems for Ngetich?
  • 10:39 Beatrice Chebet for the win
  • 10:54 Cheptegei on the decline?
  • 15:41 Kiplimo- can he get it done on the track?
  • 21:30 Kenyan women dominate women's race - why don't more people care?
  • 38:37 Weini Kelati and Anthony Rotich lead Americans
  • 48:02 April Fools homepage
  • 01:00:02 Truth stranger than fiction - what was the craziest story of the last year?
  • 01:04:31 Sam Whitmarsh - Texas A&M 1:44.46
  • 01:13:19 Florida Relays 4x100s
  • 01:14:40 Elizabeth Leachman breaks high school record in 5000 *article
  • 01:24:24 Post nuptial shutoff thread and shirt
  • Links: Elizabeth Leachman high school 5000 record
  • April Fools homepage
  • Post nuptial shutoff thread and shirt

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