Top ten links of the day…
Runner’s World’s daily racing news: top stories include “Mo Farah Wins, After Becoming a Dad of Twins”, “In London, Leo Manzano Was ‘Flabbergasted and a Little Emotional’”, and “Andrew Wheating Returns to Vermont for That Proverbial ‘R&R’”
IAAF reports: on yesterday’s Diamond League meet in Birmingham and the provisional start lists for this Friday’s Diamond League final in Zurich.
Be safe out there! An official died a day after being struck in the throat by a javelin.
On Lance Armstrong, why it matters, and why banning him isn’t futile.
College news: pre-season regional rankings released for college cross country, Ohio State putting together a top coaching staff, and Running Times spends five good minutes with rising Texas A&M senior Natosha Rogers (the NCAA’s breakout runner of the spring).
Cool video of the day: Evan Jager, the breakout runner of the year in the US pro ranks, talks about shutting it down for 2012 and looking towards the steeplechase’s 8-minute barrier in 2013.