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Molly Ludlow clocked the first sub two minute split of the race

Molly Ludlow clocked the first sub two minute split of the race

WOMEN’S 4X800M – IAAF/BTC WORLD RELAYS, BAHAMAS 2015 The fact that USA successfully defended their 4x800m title at the IAAF/BTC World Relays, Bahamas 2015 wasn’t a surprise. But their margin of victory was quite a shock – not least to their opponents.Their winning time of…

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Brianne Thesien-Eaton looks to work hard in 2015 to prepare for Rio

Brianne Thesien-Eaton looks to work hard in 2015 to prepare for Rio

  Canadian track and field athletes are picking up the pace ahead of what is to be a very busy summer with Brianne Theisen-Eaton and Jessica Zelinka leading the way on the women’s side. Theisen-Eaton and Zelinka have provided Canada with unprecedented women’s heptathlon success in recent years and…

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Aleec Harris with Spikes Magazine on how Track Saved his Life

Aleec Harris with Spikes Magazine on how Track Saved his Life

US indoor 60m hurdles champion Aleec Harris hasn’t always been on the right track, but he is now and he’s loving it. When Aleec Harris says “track and field saved my life” he means it. Born and raised on the outskirts of Atlanta he recalls enjoying a…

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Molly Beckwith-Ludlow on her Australian Travels

Molly Beckwith-Ludlow on her Australian Travels

Being lost on a run in a foreign country is a terrifying experience. Just ask US 800m runner Molly Beckwith-Ludlow. “It was 2010 when I got a call from my agent saying he wanted me to race overseas in Holland. At the time I was in…

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Ashton & Brianne continue their training at Oregon with coach Harry Marra

Ashton & Brianne continue their training at Oregon with coach Harry Marra

Ashton and Brianne Theisen-Eaton continue training at UO  Jack Heffernan — March 9, 2015 “For a professional athlete to be able to go from college, live in the same house, have the same coach and just transition to a professional environment is very unheard of,” Theisen-Eaton said….

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Catching up with Andy Bayer

Catching up with Andy Bayer

Catching Up With Andy Bayer Published by ArmoryTrack.com   on Feb 22 2015, 04:57 AM Andy Bayer started his 2015 track and field season with a solid third place finish in the 108th NYRR Millrose Games 3000m. Andy – who currently resides on Portland, OR – is…

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Words of Wisdom from Brianne Theisen-Eaton

Words of Wisdom from Brianne Theisen-Eaton

WORDS OF WISDOM – BRIANNE THEISEN-EATON  Canada’s world indoor pentathlon and outdoor heptathlon silver medallist Brianne Theisen-Eaton reflects on her outstanding multi-events career so far, and offers her words of wisdom. 1. The Olympics is like any other event ”At my first Olympics in London [where Theisen-Eaton…

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After the Gold Rush

After the Gold Rush

AFTER THE GOLD RUSH Last year was a memorable one both on and off the track for the multi-talented Blessing Okagbare. She capped off golds galore in the Commonwealth Games and African champs by tying the knot in her hometown. Now the Nigerian wants to take…

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Personal Bests: Blessing Okagbare

Personal Bests: Blessing Okagbare

PERSONAL BESTS – BLESSING OKAGBARE The 2013 IAAF World Championships long jump silver medallist and 2014 Commonwealth Games and African Championships 100m winner Blesssing Okagbare is among the world’s most versatile athletes. Here the Nigerian superstar offers an insight into all the best aspects of…

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Ashton Eaton on his Personal Bests

Ashton Eaton on his Personal Bests

PERSONAL BESTS – ASHTON EATON In the first of a new series of features, world and Olympic decathlon champion Ashton Eaton looks at all the best aspects of his life as an elite athlete. My best achievement: Can I pick two? It is a toss-up…

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