USA Track & Field National News

ARLINGTON, Texas-- A record breaking performance by Kendrick Law, establishing a new Sub-Bantam boys national record in the 200m highlighted day five of the USA Youth Track & Field Championships at Maverick stadium at The University of Texas-Arlington.
Live Quotes Day 7 (Saturday, June 30) - U.S. Olympic Team Trials
ARLINGTON, Texas-- Chase Drewery and Chadd Edwards each took home their second national championship title to highlight day four of the USA Youth Track & Field Championships at Maverick stadium at The University of Texas-Arlington.
Imagine for a moment that you’re sprinting the last 50 meters of the 5,000 meter run, and you know you’re seconds away from catching the runner in front of you—taking you from fourth place to third, which will earn you a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team. Now imagine that a runner you had passed only meters ago suddenly sprints past you and the runner in front of you—making you the fifth place finisher in the Women’s 5,000 meter Final at the U.S. Olympic Trials at Hayward Field. This was the experience of Abbey D’Agostino on Thursday night.
INDIANAPOLIS – The manufacturers of the premier timing and photo-finish technology in sport, LynxSystem Developers, Inc., will be the Official Timing and Results Service of USA Track & Field as part of a four-year deal announced by USATF on Friday.
Athlete Quotes
ARLINGTON, Texas-- Chase Drewery and Chadd Edwards each took home their second national championship title to highlight day four of the USA Youth Track & Field Championships at Maverick stadium at The University of Texas-Arlington.
Eugene, Ore. - Three of the six Olympic qualifiers from Friday’s U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field are young collegians. Colorado’s Emma Coburn and Shalaya Kipp qualified in the steeplechase, and Tia Brooks of Oklahoma took the third in the women’s shot put in front of a crowd of 21,097 at Hayward Field.
Eugene, Ore. - Three of the six Olympic qualifiers from Friday’s U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field are young collegians. Colorado’s Emma Coburn and Shalaya Kipp qualified in the steeplechase, and Tia Brooks of Oklahoma took the third in the women’s shot put in front of a crowd of 21,097 at Hayward Field.
Imagine for a moment that you’re sprinting the last 50 meters of the 5,000 meter run, and you know you’re seconds away from catching the runner in front of you—taking you from fourth place to third, which will earn you a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team. Now imagine that a runner you had passed only meters ago suddenly sprints past you and the runner in front of you—making you the fifth place finisher in the Women’s 5,000 meter Final at the U.S. Olympic Trials at Hayward Field. This was the experience of Abbey D’Agostino on Thursday night.
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