In the past 18 months this Blog has been around, we've had a few great ones pass away in such a short period of time: Al Oerter Herb
6 x 400m Races in 5 Consecutive Days?
October is the 48th anniversary of the 1968 Summer Olympic Games in Mexico City. You've probably seen the highlights on Facebook. Those Games will
Do Curves Matter?
Do Curves Matter in the 200m or 400m? Everyone dreads lane 1 for the 200m (curve too tight), or dreads lane 8 (or 9) for the 400m (running
Do you need 200 Meter Speed for 400 Meters? #Beijing2015
This list proves you don’t need to run sub 20.00 for a 200m to break 44, but it certainly helps! One thing is certain, you must have decent 200m
Lee Evans: A Plea for Help
If you are a reader of SpeedEndurance, you don't need a reminder of who Lee Evans is. On the Track side, he is a 2-time Gold medalist from the 1968
Vince Matthews Inducted to the USATF Hall of Fame
I want to congratulate Vince Matthews on being inducted to the USATF Hall of fame. I wrote about the Munich incident last February in Black History
Lee Evans to Sell Gold Medals from 1968 Protest at Mexico City Olympics
In an exclusive interview with Lee Evans, the 1968 Olympic 400 meter champion and anchor leg of the 4x400m relay (both World Records), I asked him on
4×100 Relay Baton Passing – Upsweep, Downsweep or Push Pass?
Is there a preference on how to pass the baton blindly in a 4x100m relay? At the International level, Canada, USA & Jamaica all use the push
Last Ten 400 meters Dash Olympic Champions
I was going to post the last ten 400 meters dash Olympic Champions, but decided to post the last 16 Olympic medalists since the post WWII "modern