...aaaand we're done. After a busy month of racing -- USAs, Tokyo, NCAAs, Worlds -- it's time to reset and reflect before building up to the biggest track meet in the United States since the 1996 Olympics. Through the first three months of 2022, Grant Fisher and Elise Cranny have ascended to a new level, Elle Purrier St. Pierre and Bryce Hoppel have won global medals, and Ajee' Wilson is a world champion at long last.
What was your favorite moment of the indoor season? Fisher's double American records (okay, one was outdoors)? Jakob Ingebrigtsen getting world record #1 in Lievin? Heather MacLean pulling a stunner to win the 1500 at USAs? It was a fun season and great to see meets like Millrose, USAs, and Worlds back on the calendar after COVID wiped them out in 2021.
There isn't much time to rest, however. The World Championships in Eugene start 16 weeks from today, which sounds like a lot, but it will be here before you know it. And this being track, there will probably be some insane performance at the Texas Relays or some European road race this weekend worth talking about. Even when the season's over, it's never really over.
Marcell Jacobs and Christian Coleman gave the sport what it wanted in the 60, Ajee' Wilson finally was golden, and Elle Purrier St. Pierre impressed at World Indoors. Plus a few athletes may have gotten wake-up calls, insights from the NYC Half on Sara Hall, Galen Rupp and others, and that time trial that Cooper Teare and Cole Hocker ran.
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