USA Track & Field National News

1. Behm named World Sprints Center head coach 2. Participants named for NCAA Outdoor Championships 3. Kastor, Braun top American finishers at Bolder Boulder
1. Behm named World Sprints Center head coach 2. Participants named for NCAA Outdoor Championships 3. Kastor, Braun top American finishers at Bolder Boulder
NEW YORK - Prevailing through bouts of rain, wind, and unseasonably cold temperatures, the adidas Grand Prix featured a number of American Olympians finishing atop the podium at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island. Tyson Gay, Ryan Whiting, Michael Tinsley, Jenn Suhr, and Janay Deloach Soukup were among the American winners at the third stop of the IAAF Diamond League, also serving as the third meeting of the 2013 USATF Championship Series.
NEW YORK - Prevailing through bouts of rain, wind, and unseasonably cold temperatures, the adidas Grand Prix featured a number of American Olympians finishing atop the podium at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island. Tyson Gay, Ryan Whiting, Michael Tinsley, Jenn Suhr, and Janay Deloach Soukup were among the American winners at the third stop of the IAAF Diamond League, also serving as the third meeting of the 2013 USATF Championship Series.
NEW YORK - Prevailing through bouts of rain, wind, and unseasonably cold temperatures, the adidas Grand Prix featured a number of American Olympians finishing atop the podium at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island. Tyson Gay, Ryan Whiting, Michael Tinsley, Jenn Suhr, and Janay Deloach Soukup were among the American winners at the third stop of the IAAF Diamond League, also serving as the third meeting of the 2013 USATF Championship Series.
NEW YORK - Prevailing through bouts of rain, wind, and unseasonably cold temperatures, the adidas Grand Prix featured a number of American Olympians finishing atop the podium at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island. Tyson Gay, Ryan Whiting, Michael Tinsley, Jenn Suhr, and Janay Deloach Soukup were among the American winners at the third stop of the IAAF Diamond League, also serving as the third meeting of the 2013 USATF Championship Series.
In October of 2004, Jeannette Faber crossed the finish line of her very first marathon. She finished in a respectable 3:28:51 at the Chicago Marathon. She was the 441st female to cross the line that day.
INDIANAPOLIS - USA Track & Field on Friday announced that the USA Cross Country Championships will return to Boulder, Colo. in 2014 and 2015.
In October of 2004, Jeannette Faber crossed the finish line of her very first marathon. She finished in a respectable 3:28:51 at the Chicago Marathon. She was the 441st female to cross the line that day.
INDIANAPOLIS - USA Track & Field on Friday announced that the USA Cross Country Championships will return to Boulder, Colo. in 2014 and 2015.
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