June 2, 2008 / From Running USA wire. MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL - (May 29, 2008) - Team USA Minnesota's Carrie Tollefson will hold her second annual Training Camp from July 10 through 13 in the Twin Cities. Designed for boys and girls in grades 7-12 who run distances from the 800 meters up through cross country, the performance-driven camp will be held at the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul.
By John Nepolitan / May 28, 2008. One throw two records - Johannes Swainpool a sophomore at Shawnee Mission-South in Kansas uncorked a 221' 2" throw in the javelin to set a new Kansas 6A record and a new USA class record.
For his record performances, Johannes Swainpool, has been named Athletes Only Athlete of the Week for the week of May 27th.
By John Nepolitan / May 20, 2008. Dusty Jonas (University of Nebraska) entered his last Big 12 Championship looking for his first title. Jonas, who hales from La Vernia, TX (population of 921) not only won the title but would go on to clear 7'8-3/4". With the jump he set the school record, Big 12 Championship meet record, Big 12 Conference record and put his name at the top of the World list.
Held under sunny skies with temperatures in the high 80s, the adidas Track Classic is the second event of USA Track & Field's 2008 Visa Outdoor Championships Series. In the men's 3,000m Josh Rohatinsky, Galen Rupp and Jonathan Riley engaged in a terrific men's 3,000m tussle that saw all three competitors with the lead during the bell lap.
New York - May 14, 2008 -- Patience Knight, an NCAA Division I track & field thrower at Texas Tech, has been named the 2008 recipient of the 20th annual Honda Inspiration Award. This award is given annually to an outstanding female college athlete who has overcome adversity to excel in her sport.
By John Nepolitan / May 13, 2008. At first glance the news that Rochelle High School won the 1A Texas title it was big, but then somebody has to win. The real story is how the "team" went about it. Then Rochelle representation at the State championship was a team of
one person: Bonnie Richardson. By the end of the two day meet
By John Nepolitan / May 6, 2008 Being a double winner at a meet like the Big East Championships is a major accomplishment for any athlete. For Villanova's Frances Koons this was the conclusion of a great college career, but not her greatest victory. Koons greatest victory was her win over cancer.
By John Nepolitan / February 27, 2008 Stepping into the ring for his final throw of the New Jersey Meet of Champs Nick Vena (Morristown HS / NJ) had the title wrapped up. Already among the nations top throwers for 2008, Vena had been re-writing the national freshman record book though the season, but nothing prepared the crowd for what they were about to see.
February 15, 2008 From press release.
NAPERVILLE, IL (Feb. 14, 2008) - The North Central College Men's indoor track and field team retained its top spot in the second release of the USTFCCCA Division III Coaches Power Rankings poll announced Wednesday. The poll is released by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Reebok Boston Indoor Games - Junior Mile Events By John Nepolitan January 26, 2008 Reggie Lewis Center / Boston, MA The Reebok Boston Indoor Games uses a very simple formula for success: a great track + a vocal crowd close to the action + top athletes who show up ready to compete + a compact schedule that leaves the fans wanting more at the end of the night!
CHICAGO - (January 15, 2008) - In its third decade of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in partnership with RISE Magazine, has announced Chris Derrick of Neuqua Valley High School (Naperville, Ill.) as its 2007-08 Gatorade National Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year.
By John Napolitan- January 7, 2008
It had been a long day at the Brown Invitational, in fact, most teams had already left the Olney-Margolies Athletic Center on the campus of Brown University as Victoria Flowers (Classical HS / RI) stepped into the throwing circle for her next to last throw of the day.
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Jeff Demps (South Lake HS, FL) was the 2nd fastest 100 meter runner coming back in 2008 based on his 10.25 from 2007. After blasting a 10.17 100 meter win at the Florida Relays, Demps has now put a target on his back as the man to beat. Demps time is equal to the #6 best time in high school history.
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