USA Track & Field National News

Angers, FRANCE -- For the tenth time in 13 years of participation, Team USATF earned top honors at France’s international decathlon event, DecáNation. Twenty elite athletes competed for the U.S. on Saturday, totaling 122 points for the U.S. France took second with 103 points, followed by Poland in third with 95.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Olympic medalists and a newly crowned World Champion headline a well-rounded Team USATF at the 2017 DecáNation, a one-day international meet in Angers, France where ten athletes complete one decathlon, on Saturday, September 9 at Stadium du Lac de Maine.
Darrell Hill (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) won the Diamond League shot put title at Brussels with a massive 22.44m/73-7.5 throw that moved him to #8 on the all-time U.S. performers list, and was an improvement of almost two feet on his previous lifetime best.
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NEW YORK -- The greatest Olympian of the 20th Century, Carl Lewis, will be honored by USA Track & Field with the Legend Award as part of USATF Black Tie & Sneakers Gala on Thursday, November 2 at The Armory Track & Field Center in New York City.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut -- Teammates Galen Rupp and Jordan Hasay used different tactics with similar results Monday morning at the USATF 20 km Championships in New Haven, Connecticut, as the Nike Oregon Project runners scored big victories against tough fields.
ALEXANDRIA, Virginia -- Kathy Martin, 65, from Northport, NY, set a new World Women's 65-69 3000 Meter record of 11:42.8 today in the final day of the Potomac Valley Games, hosted by the Potomac Valley Track Club at TC Williams High School in Alexandria, VA.
INDIANAPOLIS – Olympian Leonard Korir and standout Aliphine Tuliamuk seek to repeat their victories from a year ago at the USATF 20 km Championships Monday.
Masters athlete Kevin Castille (Nicholasville, Kentucky) enjoyed a dominant weekend in Masters LDR in Flint, Michigan, winning both the USATF Masters 1 Mile Road Championships and Crim 10 Miler, setting an American record and world best in his age division.
David Torrence, the American indoor record holder at 1,000 meters, has died at age 31. He was found Monday morning in the pool of a condominium complex in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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