LetsRun.com Weekly
It's been a busy week in track & field. So far, the following things have happened:

-USATF declined to enter a team at next month's World Relays in Poland
-Due to local limits on event attendance, TrackTown USA announced it will refund all Olympic Trials tickets and institute a new ticketing plan next month
-Coach Tom "Tinman" Schwartz parted ways with his namesake team, Tinman Elite

And we haven't even got to the good part yet.

That would be Saturday's twin bill of pro track & field action. From 3-7 p.m. ET, NBC Sports Network will show four hours of elite track on TV -- first the Drake Relays, followed by the USATF Grand Prix at Oregon Relays.

Four hours!

The races in Oregon, in particular, should be spectacular. Jenny Simpson vs. Laura Muir. Noah Lyles vs. Trayvon Bromell. Donavan Brazier vs. Bryce Hoppel. And a whole lot more.

So consider this your 24-hour warning. Stock the fridge and get your run in early on Saturday, because you won't want to miss a second.
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