MIAMI - Middle School students throughout the Dade County School system have begun training in the 2011 ING Run For Something Better® program, which will conclude Sunday, January 30 with more than 5,000 kids participating in a 1.2 mile-run as part of ING Miami Marathon and Half-Marathon® festivities.
U.S. 50K record holder Josh Cox looks to improve record; post-race concert by Vertical Horizon; 2-person half-marathon relay added for 2011 - PHOENIX - (January 12, 2011) - One of the top U.S. marathon hopefuls for the 2012 London Olympics, Kara Goucher will make her return to road racing at the 8th P.F.
by Larry Eder
The Boston Indoor Games has been in existence since 1996. In my humble opinion, the meet has developed a standard that is hard pressed to match indoors in North America, and it stands up very well to the meets I visit in Europe!
HOUSTON (Jan. 10, 2011) - Ryan Hall, who shattered the U.S. half-marathon record with a scintillating 59:43 here in 2007, headlines the 2011 USA Half Marathon Championships field.
from -USATF - NEW YORK – Two of the most exciting young talents in U.S. track and field will be among those providing star power at Madison Square Garden for the 104th Millrose Games.
America’s newest member of hurdling royalty, Queen Harrison, and multi-time national distance champion Galen Rupp will compete in the women’s 60m hurdles and the men’s 2 mile, respectively.
London, UK - Dathan Ritzenhein will return to the scene of his fastest Marathon performance when he runs the 2011 Virgin London Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on 17 April.
A three-times US cross country champion, ‘Ritz’ is one of seven Americans added to an elite men’s field described as one of the best ever seen in the 30-year history of the race.
NEW YORK – A new event at the 104th Millrose Games will bring three generations of U.S. decathletes – all medal threats for the 2012 Olympic Games in London – to Madison Square Garden for a unique competition.
INDIANAPOLIS – Galen Rupp (Portland, Ore.) finished second to Great Britain’s Mo Farah to lead Team USA to a second-place finish at the first annual Bupa Great Edinburgh International Cross Country Team Challenge Saturday at Holyrood Park in Edinburgh. The European Select team scored 50 points to edge Team USA by three points for the title.
The athletes to watch at the Bupa Great Edinburgh Cross Country on 8 January are: 8 KILOMETRES Mo Farah (GBR) - 2010 was the best season of his career highlighted by winning European 5000m and 10000m the first athlete to achieve the feat for 20 years. Also became first Briton to run under 13 minutes for 5000m.
Parker Morse for the IAAF - Until very late in the season, Chris Solinsky led the 2010 performance list at 10,000m. This was a striking fact for several reasons, including that Solinsky is American - no American has led the world lists for the longest standard track event since the 1980s - and that so far he has run the distance only once on the track -- and is not necessarily in a hurry to do it again.
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