USA Track & Field National News

National Track & Field Hall of Famer Mary Slaney will introduce a special screening of “Starting at the Finish Line: the Coach Buehler Story,” which will be show at 5 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, June 27) at South Eugene High School.
Proving that fitness is a lifetime affair, some of the nation’s best masters athletes will take part in the Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field. Masters exhibition races for the men’s 200m and women’s 400m will be a part of the Olympic Trials Saturday, June 30, at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.
ARLINGTON,Texas-- Temperatures soared to well over 100 degrees on the track at the USA Youth Track & Field Championships in Arlington, Texas. The competition kicked off Tuesday at Maverick stadium at The University of Texas-Arlington.
Proving that fitness is a lifetime affair, some of the nation’s best masters athletes will take part in the Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field. Masters exhibition races for the men’s 200m and women’s 400m will be a part of the Olympic Trials Saturday, June 30, at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.
ARLINGTON,Texas-- Temperatures soared to well over 100 degrees on the track at the USA Youth Track & Field Championships in Arlington, Texas. The competition kicked off Tuesday at Maverick stadium at The University of Texas-Arlington.
ARLINGTON- Over 2500 of the country’s top young athletes will compete at the 2012 USA Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships June 26 – July 1, 2012 in Arlington, TX at Maverick Stadium on the campus of University of Texas, Arlington.
ARLINGTON- Over 2500 of the country’s top young athletes will compete at the 2012 USA Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships June 26 – July 1, 2012 in Arlington, TX at Maverick Stadium on the campus of University of Texas, Arlington.
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Eugene, Ore. – Soggy conditions didn’t hold local favorite Nick Symmonds as he defended his Olympic Trials title, and Alysia Montano earned her first Trials title as 13 athletes earned a spot on Team USA for the Olympic Games in front of a crowd of 21,626 fans at Hayward Field.
Professional athletes are often asked, “What are your goals for the race?” Seldom does an athlete ever respond, “To win.” Their answer is usually something along the lines of wanting to run a good race or advancing to the next round. Ryan Martin, earning a fourth place finish in the 800 meter final—just .25 seconds short of third place finisher, Duane Solomon—wasn’t shy when he said of his qualification into the final round, “All the work I’ve been doing, I think I deserved that third spot and I got it.”
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