USA Track & Field National News

1. Wilkins named throws coach at Olympic Training Center 2. Yoder Begley named head women’s cross country coach at Connecticut 3. Williams third at U.S. National Push Championships 4. Team USA sweeps team competition at USA vs. Canada Race Walk Match
A long list of world champions paired with a strong group of rising stars will lead Team USA on the track as the IAAF World Outdoor Championships kick off Saturday in Moscow, Russia.
A long list of world champions paired with a strong group of rising stars will lead Team USA on the track as the IAAF World Outdoor Championships kick off Saturday in Moscow, Russia.
A long list of world champions paired with a strong group of rising stars will lead Team USA on the track as the IAAF World Outdoor Championships kick off Saturday in Moscow, Russia.
A long list of world champions paired with a strong group of rising stars will lead Team USA on the track as the IAAF World Outdoor Championships kick off Saturday in Moscow, Russia.
Gray began her distance running career at the age of nine in her home state of Oregon. She hoped to follow in the footsteps of father, Bob Gray, who competed at the 1972 Olympic Trials in the race walk and marathon events, and entrusted him with the role of coach. With her father’s wisdom guiding her, she began competing in several USATF Junior Olympic meets.
Gray began her distance running career at the age of nine in her home state of Oregon. She hoped to follow in the footsteps of father, Bob Gray, who competed at the 1972 Olympic Trials in the race walk and marathon events, and entrusted him with the role of coach. With her father’s wisdom guiding her, she began competing in several USATF Junior Olympic meets.
Gray began her distance running career at the age of nine in her home state of Oregon. She hoped to follow in the footsteps of father, Bob Gray, who competed at the 1972 Olympic Trials in the race walk and marathon events, and entrusted him with the role of coach. With her father’s wisdom guiding her, she began competing in several USATF Junior Olympic meets.
INDIANAPOLIS - Masters athletes age 40 and over will compete on the same stage as the nation’s top “open” and professional athletes at the inaugural .US National Road Racing Championships on Nov. 17, 2013, in Alexandria, Va.
INDIANAPOLIS — Tia Jones (Marietta, Ga.) has been named USA Track & Field’s Athlete of the Week after winning the 13-14 girls’ 100m and 200m hurdles and setting national and Junior Olympic records in both events at the USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships on July 28.
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