Ryan Foster had an incredible NCAA Championships over 800m. Over the three rounds he ran his three fastest times ever, culminating in a 1:46 in the semi finals, where he was the second fastest qualifier. Every round, Ryan seemed to step up to the next level when it counted, and was consistently one of the […]
INDIANAPOLIS – Galen Rupp has been named USA Track & Field’s Athlete of the Week after winning both the men’s 5,000 and 10,000 meters last week at the 2009 NCAA DI Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. Having already won three NCAA individual titles this school year, Rupp ran the 5,000m prelims on […]
Few meets can rival the NCAA Championships for drama, intrigue, and upsets. It combines elite, world-leading performances with tight team competitions in which the difference between 6th and 8th can make or break a team.
HENGELO, Netherlands — Complete results from the Fanny Blankers-Koen Games in Hengelo, Netherlands on Monday June 1, 2009
By Gary Smith for World-Track NEW YORK, USA – It’s almost one year since Usain Bolt ignited the sprinting world with his phenomenal performances in Beijing, but his accomplishments are still lingering in the minds of his fellow rivals. He is getting his mind ready for a 200-metre outing at the Reebok Grand Prix […]
Hong Kong, China – There is an air of expectancy as the three-leg Asian Grand Prix circuit is poised to make a start at Suzhou, China, on Saturday, 23 May. The other two legs will also be hosted by China, the second one in Kunshan on 27 May and the final meet in Hong Kong on 30 May.
KINGSTON — Former 100m world record holder Asafa Powell is likely to miss the 2009 Reebok Grand Prix meeting at the end of month, his coach Stephen Francis said.
MANCHESTER, England — Ethiopian athletics legend Haile Gebrselassie failed in his bid to reclaim his world 10-kilometre road-running record here on Sunday as gusting winds made his task impossible.
The 2009 World Athletics Tour is composed of 25 Permit Meetings, divided into two levels. The first comprises the ÅF Golden League and Super Grand Prix, and the second level, the Grand Prix meetings, with each IAAF Continental Association represented by at least one WAT meeting.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Georgia and Arkansas lead on the men’s and women’s sides, respectively, following day two of the 2009 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships Friday. The event is being hosted by the University of Florida at its Percy Beard Track at James G. Pressly Stadium.