The Boston Marathon has always been a favorite of mine ever since I began running. I thought it would be so cool to run the Boston Marathon some day if I ever qualified. I felt there were so much tradition; history and atmosphere surrounding the marathon and it became first a goal and then a […]
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The Diamond League of Track and Field begins it’s post Olympic schedule in earnest this weekend in Stockholm. Webster City native and 2 time Olympian will be competing in the 1500 Saturday. Check out the meet schedule and start lists CLICK HERE!
The 2012 Cross Country season is about to begin!! In an effort to make collegiate schedules, involving Iowa kids available, here is a preliminary list: Iowa State: CLICK HERE! Iowa: CLICK HERE! Midwest Collegiate Conference: CLICK HERE! GPAC: CLICK HERE! Iowa Conference: CLICK HERE! Northern Sun: CLICK HERE! Drake: CLICK HERE! UNI: CLICK HERE! Heart of […]
My guess is that you never ran the steeplechase until late in your career at UNI. What made you take a chance in that event? And did you have any experience with the hurdles beforehand?
Did you miss a particular event during the Olympic TV coverage? Or do you want to watch it again? Check out these websites, perhaps they can help you out; NBC Network is replaying some of its coverage from London over the next few days(weeks?) CLICK HERE! To find out the NBC Sports Network channel in your area, […]
USATF has put together an “easy read” wrap up of Track and Field at the 2012 Olympic Games. Check out these impresssive stats CLICK HERE:
Ashley Miller finished 5th (barely) in the Falmouth Mile, in Falmouth, Massachusetts, this past weekend. Ashley was running with the leaders for much of the race before becoming very light headed and sick with 600 meters to go. She mustered the strength to finish, but was immediately whisked off to a local hospital where she […]
The USA once again dominate Track and Field at the Olympic Games. It was different this time around, scoring more points via the men’s distance races that we did via the men’s sprints. Rich Perleman has put together a very detailed scoring system. Check it out CLICK HERE!
LONDON – The sun was about to rise after another sleepless night for Lolo Jones when her cell phone rang and a number popped up that she didn’t recognize. She answered, and was greeted by the deep bass voice of the Big Diesel. “It’s Shaq,” he said, and Jones knew there’s only one person in the world […]
(Thanks to Fitness Sports’ Steve Bobenhouse for bringing this story from The Sioux City Journal) August 06, 2012 9:14 pm SIOUX CITY | Friday morning, she’ll load her car and begin the long drive back to Tempe, Ariz. Shelby Houlihan can’t wait to rejoin the new friends who helped make her first year at Arizona […]