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Well that was certainly something.

2020 is gone, and it's time to look ahead to a new year. We know that flipping the calendar to January 1 is not a panacea. COVID-19 is still very real, and the world isn't going to look normal again for a little while (at least). But vaccines are rolling out. 2021 has to be better than 2020, right?

We hope so. Because there's a lot to (hopefully) look forward to. Here's a taster:

-The best track meet in the United States -- the Olympic Trials -- at the brand new Hayward Field
-The Olympics in Tokyo
-The busiest fall marathon season ever
-TWO NCAA XC championships

Will all of those events be held? And if they are, will fans be allowed? No one can say for sure yet. But it's a lot more fun to think about what might be than what might not be. 

It could be an incredible year. Let's get to it.
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