USA Track & Field National News

INDIANAPOLIS – Olympian Matt Tegenkamp (Portland, Ore.) looks to hold his lead in the standings and win the men’s USARC title at the .US National Road Racing Championships, held November 17 in historic Alexandria, Virginia. A talented field includes four of the top five, and seven of the top eight athletes currently in the USARC standings, promising fast times and close finishes.
INDIANAPOLIS - University of Illinois senior Tatyana McFadden has been named USATF Athlete of the Week winning the pushrim wheelchair division at the New York City Marathon.
INDIANAPOLIS – The USA Track & Field Foundation announced this week that 400m hurdler Turquoise Thompson is the first recipient of the Foundation’s Adopt an Athlete grant program. The initial grant was made available earlier this year through the generosity of an anonymous donor.
INDIANAPOLIS – The top three athletes in the USARC standings and multiple Olympians headline the women’s field at the .US Road Racing Championships, held on November 17 in historic Alexandria, Virginia. The strong field, including 2012 USARC winner Janet Bawcom (Rome, Ga.), Molly Huddle (Elmira, N.Y.) and Shalane Flanagan (Marblehead, Mass.), looks to close out the USARC season with intense competition and impressive performances.
INDIANAPOLIS – The USA Track & Field Foundation announced this week that 400m hurdler Turquoise Thompson is the first recipient of the Foundation’s Adopt an Athlete grant program. The initial grant was made available earlier this year through the generosity of an anonymous donor.
INDIANAPOLIS – The top three athletes in the USARC standings and multiple Olympians headline the women’s field at the .US Road Racing Championships, held on November 17 in historic Alexandria, Virginia. The strong field, including 2012 USARC winner Janet Bawcom (Rome, Ga.), Molly Huddle (Elmira, N.Y.) and Shalane Flanagan (Marblehead, Mass.), looks to close out the USARC season with intense competition and impressive performances.
INDIANAPOLIS – The USA Track & Field Foundation announced this week that 400m hurdler Turquoise Thompson is the first recipient of the Foundation’s Adopt an Athlete grant program. The initial grant was made available earlier this year through the generosity of an anonymous donor.
INDIANAPOLIS – The top three athletes in the USARC standings and multiple Olympians headline the women’s field at the .US Road Racing Championships, held on November 17 in historic Alexandria, Virginia. The strong field, including 2012 USARC winner Janet Bawcom (Rome, Ga.), Molly Huddle (Elmira, N.Y.) and Shalane Flanagan (Marblehead, Mass.), looks to close out the USARC season with intense competition and impressive performances.
INDIANAPOLIS – The USA Track & Field Foundation announced this week that 400m hurdler Turquoise Thompson is the first recipient of the Foundation’s Adopt an Athlete grant program. The initial grant was made available earlier this year through the generosity of an anonymous donor.
INDIANAPOLIS – The top three athletes in the USARC standings and multiple Olympians headline the women’s field at the .US Road Racing Championships, held on November 17 in historic Alexandria, Virginia. The strong field, including 2012 USARC winner Janet Bawcom (Rome, Ga.), Molly Huddle (Elmira, N.Y.) and Shalane Flanagan (Marblehead, Mass.), looks to close out the USARC season with intense competition and impressive performances.
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