Marathoner Ryan Hall won the Olympic trials, only to learn that the race that was his greatest triumph also claimed the life of his friend, Ryan Shea.
Hazel Clark talks about qualifying for her third straight U.S. Olympic Team in the 800m and how a horrific experience in Athens motivated her to get back to the Games.
Sprinter Wallace Spearmon is a technology nut and talks about how he has tricked out his Hummer.
Mr. Track Town finds out it hurts to go head-to-head with Sanya Richards. Courtesy of Nike.
A look at the quarterfinals of the women's 100m hurdles, which had a top time from Lolo Jones (12.59).
World champion Brad Walker explains how to pole vault.
Bernard Lagat crosses the line in first place, followed by Leo Manzano and Lopez Lomong.
Injured in the 200m quarterfinals, Tyson Gay talks about his hamstring strain and his Olympic prospects.
Shannon Rowbury is excited about qualifying for the final of the women's 1500m at Olympic Trials.
Lopez Lomong chats about his running in the 1,500m quarterfinals.
Athens bronze medalist Deena Kastor explains how to suffer through an Olympic marathon.
Jeremy Wariner of the U.S. talks about his victory in the 400m at the 2007 World Championships
Welcome to Track Town USA, where if you go outside the lines you're going home. Courtesy of Nike.
Darrel Brown overcame a false start to win the men's 100m in 10.07 seconds at the Prefontaine Classic.
Shalane Flanagan talks about her 2004 Olympic experience and what she learned that might help her this summer in Beijing.