ZAGREB, Croatia – Consistency was the order of the day for world champion Tom Walsh, who dominated the men’s Shot Put competition at the Zagreb IAAF World Challenge meeting on Monday (2).
LIMA, Peru — Bralon Taplin has made a promise to Anthony Zambrano ahead of the 2019 Pan American Games men’s 400 meters final on Thursday.
USATF has released the competition standards for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field, announced Wednesday. The qualifying event for the “world’s toughest team to make” is set to take place July 1-10 in Eugene, Oregon.
STOCKHOLM – Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will race over the 100 metres at the Stockholm IAAF Diamond League meeting on 30 July, organizers confirmed on Wednesday.
American LaShawn Merritt had an injury scare in his final race before defending his Olympic title in London later this summer.
Eugene, Ore. – Ashton Eaton brought a record capacity crowd to full roar Saturday at Hayward Field as the Oregon graduate set a world record in the decathlon, scoring 9,039 points to break the previous record of 9,026 set in 2001 by the Czech Republic’s Roman Sebrle. Eaton’s record was Continue Reading
The following are the results from the meetings in the 2012 track and field season. There will be several collegiate and international meeting this season, including the Olympic Games in London and we will provide likes to results for these meetings the term. May 12 – 6th Ponce Grand Prix Continue Reading
In this month’s issue of Esquire magazine, there’s a great read on the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt. What made the piece so fascinating and enlightening was this paragraph: “Ethan Siegel, a theoretical astrophysicist at Lewis & Clark College, recently charted a graph to demonstrate that, judging by the incremental Continue Reading
World sprint double and relay world record holder Usain Bolt, will compete at the Penn Relays as part of the USA vs. the World event April 24, USA Track and Field announced Thursday. The Jamaican sprint ace is scheduled to compete in the men’s 4×100 relay and event he ran Continue Reading
Jesse Owens beat more than the clock on his way to immortality. His golden four-timer at the 1936 Berlin Olympics was a triumph over prejudice and left an indelible mark on history. Without the American’s trailblazing example, who is to say that Usain Bolt would even have got the chance Continue Reading