Results from the third and final day of the Jamaica track and field championships at the national stadium in Kingston on Sunday June 30, 2009
KINGSTON — Olympic champion Usain Bolt completed the sprint double as expected for the second season, while Veronica Campbell-Brown ran home with the women’s 200m dash on the third and final day of the Jamaica track and field Championships at the National Stadium in Kingston, Sunday.
KINGSTON – Usain Bolt eased into the finals of the men’s 200m at the Jamaica track and field field championships at the National Stadium after finishing second in his heat. His training partner and teenage sensation Yohan Blake won the heat in 20.72second ahead of a comfortable Bolt, who eased Continue Reading
Watch Usain Bolt and Shelly Ann Fraser winning the men’s and women’s 100 metres titles at the Jamaica track and field trials at the national stadium in Kingston on Saturday night
EUGENE –Success seems to come easy for Walter Dix. Dealing with it has been a much different story. The sprinter is a two-time Olympic bronze medalist, a highly decorated collegiate runner at Florida State and owner of an almost unprecedented endorsement deal with Nike. He’s also a reluctant star who Continue Reading
EUGENE — Alan Webb’s quest to make the American team to the World Championships in Berlin has ended after his agent confirms the runner will take no further part at the meeting.
EUGENE, Ore. – Purdue’s Kara Patterson won her second consecutive USA Championship in the women’s javelin on Saturday, topping the national field with an enormous career-best throw of 63.95 meters (209-10). The mark and victory advances her to the 2009 World Championships, to be held August 15-23, in Berlin, Germany.
By Gary Smith, World-Track EUGENE — Usain Bolt and Tyson Gay could meet each other over 100-metres at next month’s London Grand Prix, but a decision is still imminent, according the meeting organizers. The Olympic champion and world record holder Bolt has already signed up for the two meeting and Continue Reading