USA Track & Field National News

(Boston, MA) – Leland McPhie of San Diego, a former San Diego sheriff captain who turns 100 March 10, is ready to set world and national marks at the USA Masters Track Indoor Championship in Boston March 14-16, joining 920 others including the world’s best athletes 35-100. The meet, open to the public and free of charge, is at the Reggie Lewis Track, 1350 Tremont Street. Events are Friday 9AM-4:40 PM, Saturday 8:30 AM-6:40 PM, and Sunday 8:30 AM-3PM. Track events will include sprints and distances from 60 meters to 3000 meters, and field events will include the full range of jumps and throws. Media is invited for coverage and athlete interviews.
(Boston, MA) – Leland McPhie of San Diego, a former San Diego sheriff captain who turns 100 March 10, is ready to set world and national marks at the USA Masters Track Indoor Championship in Boston March 14-16, joining 920 others including the world’s best athletes 35-100. The meet, open to the public and free of charge, is at the Reggie Lewis Track, 1350 Tremont Street. Events are Friday 9AM-4:40 PM, Saturday 8:30 AM-6:40 PM, and Sunday 8:30 AM-3PM. Track events will include sprints and distances from 60 meters to 3000 meters, and field events will include the full range of jumps and throws. Media is invited for coverage and athlete interviews.
(Boston, MA) – Leland McPhie of San Diego, a former San Diego sheriff captain who turns 100 March 10, is ready to set world and national marks at the USA Masters Track Indoor Championship in Boston March 14-16, joining 920 others including the world’s best athletes 35-100. The meet, open to the public and free of charge, is at the Reggie Lewis Track, 1350 Tremont Street. Events are Friday 9AM-4:40 PM, Saturday 8:30 AM-6:40 PM, and Sunday 8:30 AM-3PM. Track events will include sprints and distances from 60 meters to 3000 meters, and field events will include the full range of jumps and throws. Media is invited for coverage and athlete interviews.
(Boston, MA) – Leland McPhie of San Diego, a former San Diego sheriff captain who turns 100 March 10, is ready to set world and national marks at the USA Masters Track Indoor Championship in Boston March 14-16, joining 920 others including the world’s best athletes 35-100. The meet, open to the public and free of charge, is at the Reggie Lewis Track, 1350 Tremont Street. Events are Friday 9AM-4:40 PM, Saturday 8:30 AM-6:40 PM, and Sunday 8:30 AM-3PM. Track events will include sprints and distances from 60 meters to 3000 meters, and field events will include the full range of jumps and throws. Media is invited for coverage and athlete interviews.
SOPOT, Poland -- Remember this name: Mary Saxer. The 2014 U.S. Champion in the women’s pole vault, Saxer has had an impressive 18 months. After competing over 30 times in 2013, Saxer has prepped herself for the next Olympic cycle with one goal in mind: Rio.
Day Three Quotes - IAAF World Indoors
SOPOT, Poland -- Team USA crushed a 15-year-old men’s 4x400 Indoor World Record on the final day of the 2014 World Indoor Championships and the women’s 4x400 set an American record to round out the competition at Argo Arena. Team USA picked up four other medals for a total of 12 to close out the meet at the top of the medal table. Russia was second with five total (3 gold) followed by Ethiopia’s five (2 gold).
The third and final day of Youth Indoor Championships featured the a remarkable 45-plus, new age-group records.
SOPOT, Poland -- Team USA crushed a 15-year-old men’s 4x400 Indoor World Record on the final day of the 2014 World Indoor Championships and the women’s 4x400 set an American record to round out the competition at Argo Arena. Team USA picked up four other medals for a total of 12 to close out the meet at the top of the medal table. Russia was second with five total (3 gold) followed by Ethiopia’s five (2 gold).
SOPOT, Poland -- Team USA crushed a 15-year-old men’s 4x400 Indoor World Record on the final day of the 2014 World Indoor Championships and the women’s 4x400 set an American record to round out the competition at Argo Arena. Team USA picked up four other medals for a total of 12 to close out the meet at the top of the medal table. Russia was second with five total (3 gold) followed by Ethiopia’s five (2 gold).
Displaying results 2411-2420 (of 5375)
 |<  <  238 - 239 - 240 - 241 - 242 - 243 - 244 - 245 - 246 - 247  >  >|