USA Track & Field National News

EUGENE, Ore. – Jeneba Tarmoh has withdrawn herself from consideration for one of three Olympic Team positions in the women’s 100 meters.
ARLINGTON, Texas-- Jaiden Woodbey earned his fourth national championship title of the week to highlight the final day of competition at the USA Youth Track & Field Championships at Maverick stadium at The University of Texas-Arlington.
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ARLINGTON, Texas-- Jaiden Woodbey earned his fourth national championship title of the week to highlight the final day of competition at the USA Youth Track & Field Championships at Maverick stadium at The University of Texas-Arlington.
EUGENE - The third position for the women’s 100 meters on the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team will be determined by a run-off between Jeneba Tarmoh and Allyson Felix at 5 p.m. Pacific Time on Monday, July 2. The race will be held at Hayward Field and broadcast live on NBC.
Eugene, Ore. – The U.S. women put on a show in the field events with the long jumpers having the best ever U.S. performance, and Brittany Borman improving her personal best by more than two feet to win the women’s javelin competition on her 23rd birthday. Today was the final full day of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field as 22,497 fans gathered at Hayward Field. The eight-day total attendance was recorded at 167,123.
Anyone who thinks being a professional athlete is all about million-dollar shoe contracts, flying first class and competing all over the world, has never seen a grown woman cry after coming in fourth place at the Olympic Trials.
In the sport of Track & Field, inches matter, seconds matter, and sometimes, when the competitors are particularly exceptional, hundredths of seconds matter. In the Men’s 200m final, Calesio Newman was painfully reminded of that fact.
Anyone who thinks being a professional athlete is all about million-dollar shoe contracts, flying first class and competing all over the world, has never seen a grown woman cry after coming in fourth place at the Olympic Trials.
In the sport of Track & Field, inches matter, seconds matter, and sometimes, when the competitors are particularly exceptional, hundredths of seconds matter. In the Men’s 200m final, Calesio Newman was painfully reminded of that fact.
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