LetsRun.com Weekly
Another weekend, another busy schedule of racing on tap. The World Indoor Championships in Belgrade are underway, and LetsRun has got you covered with a whole bunch of previews (quick, read them now if you haven't already!) and a preview podcast, plus daily recap and analysis articles and a nightly live video recap show from Belgrade (also available as a podcast to LetsRun.com Supporters Club members).

There is a whole lot to talk about. Superstars Jakob IngebrigtsenGrant HollowayMondo Duplantis, and Keely Hodgkinson will all be in action. Americans Bryce HoppelAjee' WilsonElle Purrier St. PierreJosette Norris, and Heather MacLean are among the Americans dreaming of taking home a medal. And we'll get one of the best sprint showdowns in the history of World Indoors: Olympic 100 champ Marcell Jacobs vs World 100 champ Christian Coleman in the men's 60.

There's some great racing stateside, too. On Sunday morning, Rhonex KiprutoGalen RuppBen TrueConner MantzSenbere TeferiSara HallEdnah KiplagatDes Linden and many more top pros will be running the NYC Half.

After this weekend, the running world will go (relatively) quiet for the next four weeks before heating up again with Boston/Penn/Drake in April. So it's okay to spend one last winter weekend inside watching track. Because that's what we'll be doing too.
Blowout World Indoors Preview
2022 World Indoor Viewing Guide: Ranking The 7 Best Events & The Americans’ Medal Odds
World Indoors has plenty of star power (Jakob Ingebrigtsen, Grant Holloway, Mondo Duplantis, Keely Hodgkinson) and a number of big-time showdowns. We break it all down for you.
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Christian Coleman vs. Marcell Jacobs at World Indoors Is the Race Track & Field Needs & Has Been Waiting For
For the first time ever, the reigning Olympic 100m champ will run World Indoors. And he'll do it against the reigning World Outdoor champ in the marquee event of the meet.
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2022 World Indoors Men’s Preview: Olympic Champions Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Selemon Barega Look to Stay on Top
Two of the biggest young stars in men's track - Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Selemon Barega - are competing at World Indoors this year. We can't wait. Plus is American Bryce Hoppel the gold medal favorite in the 800?
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2022 World Indoors Women’s Preview: Keely Hodgkinson and Gudaf Tsegay Look to Dominate + Who Wins The Loaded Women’s 3000?
Plus do Americans Ajee Wilson, Heather MacLean, Josette Norris and Elle Purrier St. Pierre have legitimate medal hopes?
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The Week in Running
WTW: Ruth Chepngetich Gets Rich, Newbury Park & Natalie Cook Run Fast, & Praise for Katelyn Tuohy
What a weekend. The richest prize in the sport was given out ($250,000), three different HS nationals were held in the US, and the NCAA meet as well.
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LRC Podcast: Getting Ready for 2022 World Indoors + Katelyn Tuohy Rocks NCAA Indoors
We mainly get you ready for this weekend's World Indoor Champs but do briefly talk about 2022 NCAA indoors, the 2022 Nagoya Marathon and Newbury Park's exploits in the 4 x mile.
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Q&A: Sara Hall on Tokyo Marathon, Her Busy Schedule, & What’s Written on Her Bathroom Mirror Right Now
"Breaking 2:18, that might be possible at some point...And I think if I can do that, definitely some of these other [Americans] – Keira [D'Amato], the people that are running well – can do that too," said Hall who thinks she has some "secret weapons" in training that help her excel at age 38.
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