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MOSCOW - Team USA got off to a strong start during the first session of the IAAF World Championships as World Record holder and Olympic Champion Ashton Eaton took the lead in the men’s decathlon and multiple athletes secured their places in the next round of competition at Luzhniki Olympic Stadium.
Seen and heard with Team USA – Notes from the media tribune
MOSCOW - Olympic Champion and world record holder Ashton Eaton sits atop the point standings with 20-year-old Gunnar Nixon in second after the first day of competition at the IAAF World Championships in Luzhniki Olympic Stadium.
MOSCOW - Team USA got off to a strong start during the first session of the IAAF World Championships as World Record holder and Olympic Champion Ashton Eaton took the lead in the men’s decathlon and multiple athletes secured their places in the next round of competition at Luzhniki Olympic Stadium.
Seen and heard with Team USA – Notes from the media tribune
MOSCOW - Olympic Champion and world record holder Ashton Eaton sits atop the point standings with 20-year-old Gunnar Nixon in second after the first day of competition at the IAAF World Championships in Luzhniki Olympic Stadium.
It is his fourth time as a member of Team USA for the World Outdoor Championships. His best finish occurred in 2011 when he finished in seventh in the 10,000m. At 21 years old in Osaka, Japan for the 2007 World Outdoor Championships, he placed 11th in the 10,000m.
Many times success in athletics is measured by consistency. Being able to perform at the most elite level demands dedication from an athlete and to remain at the very top year after year is even more difficult. Few have done it better than Brittney Reese.
Seen and Heard with Team USA – Notes on a rubel
Seen and Heard with Team USA – Notes on a rubel
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