The popularity and visibility of pole vault continues to increase. The NFHS is excited to provide a FREE, online course “Pole Vault: Successful Skill Development” for ALL pole vault coaches across the country. The course is 30 minutes in length.
Flanagan’s mark took off 12 seconds from Deena Kastor’s record of 47:15, set in 2003. - JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
SOPOT, Poland — Team USA, led by captains Bernard Lagat (Tucson, Ariz.) and Michelle Carter (Ovilla, Texas), is poised and ready for the 14th IAAF World Indoor Championships, March 7-9, at Ergo Arena in Sopot, Poland. 2014 U.S.
SOPOT, Poland -- U.S. Women’s 1500m Champion Mary Cain (Bronxville, N.Y.) has withdrawn from the IAAF World Indoor Track & Field Championships due to injury, USATF announced Monday.
Elite field for USA 15K Championship includes five Olympians, four past race champions, and many major road racing names - JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The 37th running of the GATE River Run 15K, host of the USA 15K Championship on Saturday, Mar. 15 is shaping up with another record year for participation, and the men’s and women’s elite fields are on pace to be among the strongest ever.
First major sponsor of BBTM campaign to elevate, celebrate iconic distance - SANTA BARBARA, Calif.
(USATF) (photo: Gabriele Grunewald following closely behind Jordan Hasay) INDIANAPOLIS – Gabriele Grunewald has been reinstated as the 2014 USA indoor women’s 3,000-meter champion and named to Team USA for the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships, USATF CEO Max Siegel announced Monday.
(USATF) INDIANAPOLIS -- Sharon Day-Monroe (Los Angeles) wins USA Track & Field Athlete of the week honors after setting an American record in women’s pentathlon Friday, Feb. 21 at USA Indoor Championships in Albuquerque. With the win, she also claimed her third straight title in the event and sits 12th all-time in the indoor women’s pentathlon.
Whiting sets meet record, champions crowned on final day of USA Indoor Championships Written by USATF.
ALBUQUERQUE — A USA Indoor Championship meet record went down Sunday, as Olympian Ryan Whiting (Port Matilda, Pa.) etched his name in the record books as competition wrapped up at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
Lagat turns in fastest 3,000m in USA Indoor Championships history on second day in Albuquerque Written by USATF.
ALBUQUERQUE -- Bernard Lagat ran the fastest time by an American in meet history and took home the men’s 3000m title in a time of 7:46.01 to highlight day two of the USA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Albuquerque, N.M.
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