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World Transplant Games Results

Well done to David Mushet on his performances at the World Transplant Games representing Great Britain.

Report by David
A PB of 35.51.66 in the 5km Race Walk (Track) but unfortunately finished 6th. 82 more words

Results

Many Big Names Ready to Compete at IAAF Zurich Diamond League

LaShawn Merritt after winning last year’s 400m in Zurich (REUTERS/Ruben Sprich)

As befits the first of two IAAF Diamond League finals, with the Weltklasse Zurich coming just a few days after the end of the IAAF World Championships, Beijing 2015, the famous Swiss meeting will feature a plethora of world champions on Thursday (3). 862 more words

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Denmark Loses Star Athlete to Transfer

By Alex Strouf, The Denmark News

The Denmark News has had several reports submitted over the past week of Denmark star athlete and junior Jonathan Deprey transferring to Luxemburg-Casco High School. 121 more words

Football

State-By-State 2015 High School Track & Field Coaches of the Year Announced

Congratulations, Coach Libby named 2015 USTFCCCA Girls High School Track & Field Coach of the Year

The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced Monday the state-by-state winners of its second annual High School Coach of the Year award for track & field.

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Sports News

Press Release, Tues 1 Sep 2015

Callum Hawkins repeated his 2013 success at the Paisley 10K Road Race at the weekend, coming home a clear winner in 29 minutes 24 seconds, over 400 metres ahead of Shettleston Harrier Kamil Sieracki with Callum’s Kilbarchan clubmate Callum Matthews winning the under 20 mens category, 15th overall. 206 more words

Results

Men's League Results, Sun 30 Aug 2015

mens league final match results

Final league match at Meadowbank was a patchy affair for Kilbarchan. Solid in the sprints, particularly 400m, absent in the jumps. 108 more words

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USA Wins Medal Count at IAAF Worlds After Coming Up Big on Last Day

The U.S. 4 x 400m relay team David Verburg, Tony McQuay, Bryshon Nellum and LaShawn Merritt (Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports)

BEIJING – LaShawn Merritt anchored another Team USA 4×400 relay to victory Sunday night to conclude the 2015 IAAF World Championships, while the 4×400 women brought home silver. 641 more words

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