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Greenville’s Sandi Morris ties for fourth at world championships

If this continues, Greenville’s Sandi Morris could vault her way all the way to Rio.

Morris finished fourth in the women’s pole vault at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China, on Wednesday, further establishing herself as a force to be reckoned with as track and field athletes around the world attempt to peak for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 455 more words

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A Witness to Miracles

Football season is upon us, and, like all fans, I am anxious to see what my teams are going to do. I have been lucky enough to attend a ton of games. 533 more words

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Hogs trying to narrow WRs

FAYETTEVILLE – With coach Bret Bielema speaking at the Little Rock Touchdown Club while his Razorbacks used Monday as their NCAA-mandated one football off day per week with University of Arkansas fall semester classes beginning, all was quiet on the UA’s football front. 612 more words

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Greenville’s Sandi Morris, Stephanie Garcia advance to finals at world championships

Greenville athletes are making their presence felt at the IAAF World Championships.

Greenville’s Sandi Morris cleared 14 feet, 11 inches (4.55 meters) on her third and final attempt Monday to advance to the finals of the women’s pole vault at the 15th Annual IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China. 284 more words

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Razorback Foundation names Norm DeBriyn interim director

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) – Former Arkansas baseball coach Norm DeBriyn has been named interim director of the Razorback Foundation.

The foundation is the university’s fundraising arm that supports UA athletics. 84 more words

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2015 SEC West Football Preview

By: Steve Lissansky @slissansky

Fall practices are now in full swing. Everyone is 0-0 and has a chance at the College Football Playoff (Even you Kansas). 1,663 more words

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Arkansas ranked in preseason AP poll

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark (Univ. of Ark.) – The University of Arkansas will enter the 2015 football season ranked No. 18, according to the Associated Press who released its annual preseason poll today. 181 more words

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