That's what we at LetsRun.com have spent this week trying to figure out.
A new year always brings plenty of change, considering professional sponsorship contracts traditionally expire on January 1. But there is far more change afoot than a few athletes trading uniforms. The forces that have transformed the sport over the past few years -- shoe technology, the COVID-19 pandemic -- didn't disappear when 2020 came to an end. Both will continue to have a major impact on the sport, which we address in this week's podcast and in an article on what the 2021 indoor track season will look like.
Whatever unfolds this year, we know one thing: LetsRun.com will be there to cover it -- and our forums will be open for you to debate it. So let's take a peek inside the crystal ball and see what 2021 has in store...
College meets will be more exclusive than ever, and USA Indoors is very much up in the air. Thankfully Paul Doyle has stepped up and created the four-meet American Track League that will air on ESPN as he doenknow of a single college meet that will accept unattached athletes.