November 10, 2008 from press report / Lane Community College on Nov 1, 2008 -- While the forecast called for rain - and lots of it - we awoke on Saturday to a calm and not terribly cold morning in anticipation of the Oregon State Cross Country Meet. As the 3-time defending State Champs, our boys were certainly fired up for this day's race - even if they weren't physically 100%.
November 7, 2008 by Larry Eder -- Each week, I pour over the Regional Rankings so well prepared by Marc Bloom and Rich Gonzales and try to consider which team or athlete we should single out for special recognition? This week, November 6, I would like to consider Dana Hills boy's team of California and York High School in Elmhurst, Illinois.
Wickham Park, 10-31, 50s, ideal.
A week after being disqualified at the State Class meet for wearing the wrong team singlet, senior Tucker Schaefer led Danbury to the boys team title with his individual win in 16:01.
November 5, 2008 from RunOhio (OH) Perfect November cross-country weather greeted 449 boys from 141 schools and 447 girls from 144 schools who participated in the 80th Boys and 31st Girls Ohio High School Athletic Association State Cross Country Championships.
November 4, 2008 by John Nepolitan. In this day and age it is rare when high school stars run more than one race in a week. Lanie Thompson (Voorhees HS, NJ) not only ran two races, but she broke two course records along the way.
October 28, 2008 by John Nepolitan Kathy Kroeger [file photo] spent a good part of the 2008 track season on the shelf with injuries. Slowly this past summer she rebuilt her base and now seems back to the form that carried her to the 2006 Foot Locker National Championship.
October 28, 2008 by Larry Eder -- Nike Cross Nationals Athlete of the Week is Jordan Hasay [file photo] who, for the fourth year in a row, won the Mt. SAC Cross Country invitational.
October 27, 2008 from USATF press release (INDIANAPOLIS IN) The USA Track & Field Foundation announced the 2008 USA Distance Project Individual Athlete Grants Athletes receiving $4,000 grants include Molly Huddle, Melissa Cook, Brent Vaughn, Ed Moran [file photo] and Nate Jenkins.
October 21, 2008 by John Nepolitan -- Lining up against a three-time Foot Locker Finalist may intimidate some runners, but not Aisling Cuffe (Cornwall Central HS / NY).
October 15, 2008 By John Nepolitan -- Hot off of his 3rd Alaska State Cross Country Championship, Travis Dunbar (Kodiak HS) traveled south to take on runners in the lower 48.
October 15, 2008 from USA Today (Cary, N.C.) cross country coach Michael Miragliuolo doesn't always cheer for each of his runners in a meet. "The hardest thing is when 10 of my kids run by in a meet — I know the names but by the time I can think to shout them out, they're by me," Miragliuolo said. "I try to learn my whole team, but I don't really get to know them as well as I'd like."
October 14, 2008 from RunOhio (Delaware, OH) Nearly perfect October weather greeted the runners in the All-Ohio Intercollegiate Cross Country Championships at the Methodist Theological School in Delaware.
October 8, 2008 By John Nepolitan -- Early in the 2007 cross country season Chelsea Ley (Kingsway HS / NJ) was one of the dominating runners in New Jersey, but at the State Meet of Champs had to settle for 3rd place. To get ready for the 2008 season and get revenge on the two runners that beat her, Ley logged week after week of 85 miles building a solid base.
October 7, 2008 from Northwest Runner -- The Eastside Runners Cross Country team is hosting its inaugural cross country meet on November 15th, 2008 at Lake Sammamish State Park – The Eastside Runners Invitational by Everyday Athlete and Run26. The course is a 5K for both men and women and is a mixture of grass, dirt trails and some pavement.
Regional Race Report: Division II Adams State topples Division I teams at Roy Griak Invitational XC Meet
September 29, 2008 from Colorado Runner (FALCON HEIGHTS, MN) Winning meets is nothing new for the Adams State College men’s cross country team, which has won an all-division collegiate best 17 national championships since 1971.
September 29, 2008 from press release (Virginia) (Photo: Half Marathon winner Marcus Jones) After strong but not stellar finishes in the McDonald's X- country Festival at Maymont last year, Ben Dejarnette and Megan Marisco returned this year to win it all.
September 23, 2008 By Linda Honikman, Running USA wire -- Many students returned to school this fall carrying a few extra pounds, and not just in their backpacks. According to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association this year, "Nearly 32 percent of U.S.
September 22, 2008 from press release (Arlington, VA) The development of youth running programs as an afterschool enrichment activity continues to be a growing trend around the country. Schools are working hard to incorporate affordable physical education into their weekly schedules, and organized running activities seem to be topping the list.
WEEK 12: YOU'VE ARRIVED! By this week, most of you will have raced once or twice, and will be getting into the racing grove. If you're doing early a.m. runs and need to cut one out, do it. If you're feeling good but not sure about your leg speed, try this change we'll suggest for Thursday and do this for the next 34 weeks.
September 12, 2008 from press release (Richmond, VA) With 122 high school cross country teams from 10 states and
the District of Columbia and over 2,800 registrants, the field in the high school division of the McDonald¹s X-country Festival at Maymont, set for September 26-27th, will be the strongest and most numerous in the event's six years.
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