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Why I joined track & field at TL Hanna high school.

This is my first post on my page but I know some people who are just dying to know what to expect for your first year of track and why I joined.I officially joined track last year and it was the best feeling every and decision I’ve made.from me joining I’ve made so many new friends and were like a family know or squad. 265 more words

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Lolo Jones Jokingly Offers Her Take on Lasting a Minute Against Ronda Rousey

Lolo Jones (Dustin Snipes/Red Bull Content Pool)

By Max Meyer

Several athletes offered their thoughts after Ronda Rousey dominated another UFC opponent on Saturday night. Lolo Jones, jokingly, offered her strategy as to how she would last more than 30 seconds in the Octagon against Rousey. 214 more words

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Today we chat with Sarah “Stump” Sumpter, a graduate of Healdsburg HS. Despite some major challenges on the way, Stump has had much success in the sport. 1,474 more words


"Representing" the Empire Runners at USATF Masters Nationals, by Doug Murdoch

If you’re an Empire Runners Club member, you may not realize how unique our club actually is.

Last year when I ran in the Pacific Association USATF track finals, I was wondering why there were so many people from other clubs at the event, and in comparison so few from Empire at the track meet. 563 more words


Kim Collins - The Tim Duncan Of Track & Field

I reached a conclusion this other day, when I saw Kim Collins compete in one of this year’s Diamond League events. Kim is already 39 years old, and the level he’s performing at these past few years is unparalleled in men’s T&F. 890 more words


Am I still a runner?

Hi friends! This is Rowan checking in with a new post that I have been working on.

Working at Metro Run and Walk, I often get asked some variation of, “so, are you a runner?” and I always struggle with my answer. 603 more words


No. 17 in 60 for '16: Bishop Gorman (Nev.) girls track jumper Vashti Cunningham

Throughout the summer, USA TODAY High School Sports has published a series called “60 for ’16” highlighting 60 members of the Class of 2016 who we will be watching in the coming 12 months. 543 more words