USA Track & Field National News

Modern Athlete Inductee Connie Price-Smith (Saint Charles, Missouri) owns the distinction of being the winningest USATF female combo athlete in the shot put and discus.
Contributor Inductee Dr. Frank Zarnowski (York, Pennsylvania) has maintained a dual identity of college professor and decathlon connoisseur for fifty years.
INDIANAPOLIS -- For the second time in four weeks, USATF masters athlete Libby James (Fort Collins, Colorado) has been named USATF Athlete of the Week after shattering another U.S. masters record.
In recognition of over a decade of service resulting in millions of dollars raised for athletes, USA Track & Field announced Chairman Bob Greifeld will accept USATF’s Groundbreaker Award on behalf of the USATF Foundation.
In advance of National Track & Field Hall of Fame induction ceremony on November 3 in New York City, USATF interviewed Class of 2016 inductees on their athletic careers and legacies. Today's feature: Brent Edelen on his father Buddy’s life
PERTH, AUSTRALIA -- Team USA is second in golds and overall medals at the Sunday midpoint break day at the Perth, Australia two-week World Masters Athletics Championships. The Americans have 22 golds, 12 silver, 16 bronze, and 50 total medals, behind home team Australia and ahead of Britain (19 golds, 44 total), France (17, 31), and Germany (10, 33). With 92 nations and 4200 athletes, the meet resumes Monday and concludes Sunday, Nov. 6.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Olympic gold medalists Michelle Carter and Matthew Centrowitz have been voted the 2016 Jackie Joyner-Kersee and Jesse Owens Athletes of the Year following spectacular indoor and outdoor campaigns that saw the duo combine for four global golds and a slew of history-making performances.
Veteran Athlete Inductee Al Feuerbach (Preston, Iowa) set the shot put world record in May 1973 with a throw of 21.82m/71-7. A three-time Olympian, he placed 4th in 1976 games after a 5th-place finish in 1972.
Pete Kostelnick undertook what most would consider to be an impossible feat – running across the United States – and prevailed to complete 3,067 miles in 42 days, 6 hours and 30 minutes, unofficially setting a new record by four days.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA -- The USATF Masters 15K Road Championship returns to the Federal Credit Union Tulsa Run for its fourth straight year, set for Saturday, October 29.
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