USA Track & Field National News

NEW YORK CITY – As part of a robust lineup of USATF programming on NBC and its properties, USATF announced Saturday the 2017 outdoor competition broadcast schedule.
NEW YORK CITY -- On a day filled with stunning performances at the The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center, Olympians Courtney Okolo and Ajee’ Wilson set themselves apart from the crowd with American indoor records at the 110th NYRR Millrose Games Saturday.
INDIANAPOLIS – International track and field fans will soon have access to select USATF events through a new media rights deal with sports marketing agency Lagardère Sports, USATF announced Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana -- Mikey Brannigan earns USATF Athlete of the Week following his record-setting performance at the Armory Track Invitational on Saturday, February 4. Brannigan shattered the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) world best for the men’s 3,000m, finishing in 8:07.64. Watch his race on USATF.TV +PLUS.
NEW YORK CITY -- The 110th NYRR Millrose Games, featuring 55 Olympians, 11 Olympic gold medalists and seven additional Olympic medalists, goes live on USATF.TV +PLUS and NBC on Saturday, February 11 at The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center.
Ajee’ Wilson improves 600m PR, Sammy Watson breaks U.S. high school record in 600m at Armory Track Invitational; Paul Chelimo breaks yet another record in indoor season, wins 3000m at Camel City Elite; Christian Coleman runs collegiate best in 60m at Doc Hale Elite Meet
BEND, Oregon -- A muddy, icy course, surrounded by two feet of snow throughout the 2k loop led to some exciting racing at the USATF Cross Country Championships in Bend, Oregon Saturday, as Leonard Korir kicked home to victory on the men’s side, while Aliphine Tuliamuk dominated the women’s field.
BEND, Oregon -- Jacques Sallberg was nothing short of impressive Saturday, while Melody Fairchild overcame a fall late in the first 2 km loop to dominate the masters races at the USATF Cross Country Championships at River’s Edge Golf Course in Bend. For the junior races, it was Paul Roberts and Michelle Magnani who reigned supreme on the snowy and icy terrain Saturday.
For the oldest living African-American medalist Herb Douglas, success is as formulaic as the mantra his father taught him as a child - “analyze, organize, initiate and follow through.”
INDIANAPOLIS -- After a harrowing seven marathons on seven continents in seven days, Michael Wardian (Arlington, Virginia) emerged as the winner and new record holder - by more than 45 minutes - finishing with an average of 2:45:57 per marathon.
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