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- 2014 Portage Invitational – Fisher “getting real now”
- 2014 Continental Cup Men’s 1500: Why guts will not help you win that race
- 2014 Jackson Invitational – Grant Fisher starts his senior season
- 2014 Weltklasse Women’s 1500 – Was It Or Wasn’t It A Dive?
- 2014 USA Women’s 5000m – How Molly Huddle Rewrote Her Ending
- 2014 Stockholm Women’s 1500: Dibaba’s Bold Gamble vs. Simpson’s Grit
- 2014 European Championships Women’s 1500 – Hassan Wins From Last Place
- 2013 World Champs Women’s 1500 – Simpson Dares to Lead
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Category Archives: XC
by Jeff Hollobaugh He made it look so easy. That’s what has confounded the media about Grant Fisher. Sometimes the running media takes on the echo chamber qualities that we see in the political media. We write for the sake … Continue reading
by Jeff Hollobaugh Who is Sarah Kettel? More than a few Midwesterners surely asked that after the high school junior won the Nike Midwest Regional in Terre Haute, Indiana, a week ago. Even in her home state of Michigan, those … Continue reading
by Jeff Hollobaugh Michigan churns out more than its share of great runners. Problem is, it’s hard to be great in Michigan without being tagged “the next Ritzenhein.” While not many actually have to wrestle with the burden of this … Continue reading
By Jeff Hollobaugh The promised rain never came. The mud that would have been so good for photography—and so miserable for the 1700+ high school runners in attendance at Michigan’s Portage Invitational—never immersed the course. The gray skies and the … Continue reading
by Jeff Hollobaugh What’s a young runner to do after a nearly perfect junior year of competition? Start all over. That was Grant Fisher’s mission at the Jackson Invitational at Ella Sharp Park. The senior, clad in the gray uniform … Continue reading