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    Back-to-back victories mark the first time ever for a consecutive repeat winner in the 12 year history of the race - Monterey, CA -- History repeated itself at today’s 12th Presentation of the Half Marathon on Monterey Bay.  The 2013 winner and runner up, Jacob Chemtai and Nelson Oyugi , took the one-two Read More
  • 2015 Napa to Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon Sells Out In Minutes

    The Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon is the flagship event in the seven-race series, and has been selling out since 2009  -SONOMA, Calif. – A record number of people attempted to register for the 2015 Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon, presented by Newton Running, when registration opened on Friday, November 7th.  Read More
  • Atlanta Track Club & Mizuno USA sign historic "integrated marketing " agreement: What it means to the sport

    In an announcement with far-reaching consequences, the Atlanta Track Club and Mizuno, one of the largest sports product manufacturers in the world, have reached a long term agreement for Mizuno to sponsor all facets of the Atlanta Track Club, its events and its merchandise. These programs include daily fitness programs, Read More
  • Cheruiyot Mutai, Burgin Win Select Staffing Santa Barbara Veterans Day Marathon

    Marube, Beynon half-marathon champions; 6th edition draws more than 4,000 entrants to run America’s Riviera - SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – (November 8, 2014) – At the 6th Select Staffing Santa Barbara Veterans Day Marathon on a warm, cloudless postcard Saturday morning, Sammy Cheruiyot Mutai, 36, of Kenya and Paige Burgin, 22, from Los Alamitos, Calif. claimed titles Read More
  • Increased Prize Purse and Olympic Marathon Trials Qualifying Bonus at Half Marathon on Monterey Bay

    2013 Champion, Jacob Chemtai, returning to defend title; Guor Marial, the “Man Without a Country,” also competing - MONTEREY, Calif. -   Organizers of the Half Marathon on Monterey Bay have upped the ante to draw some of the country’s fastest half marathoners.  A $20,000 prize purse is being awarded to the Read More
  • EME NEWS (OCT 28, 2014)

    Gala this year in Chapiteau MONTE CARLO (MON): New place for the prestigious annual World Athletics Gala. On Friday November 21 it will be staged in the Le Chapiteau de l'Espace Fontvieille. The highlight of the evening will of course be the announcement of the 2014 male and female World Read More
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Olympian Will Lead Expansion of Training Programs at All Levels - ATLANTA, November 24, 2014– Following through on its commitment to build new centralized training programs to meet the needs of its 21,000 beginner, committed and elite members, Atlanta Track Club announced today that it has hired Amy Begley, a 2008 US Olympian, as the first full-time head coach in the Club’s 50-year history. Among Atlanta Track Club’s stated goals is to develop at least one male and one female Olympian by 2020.  Begley, a 15-time All-American and two-time NCAA national champion while competing for the University of Arkansas, made the 2008...
(photo: AJ Mast | NCAA Photos)TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- A team full of Michigan natives gave Michigan State its first NCAA team championship in any women’s sport Saturday. The top-ranked Spartans dominated the field with four runners in the top 25, posting a score of 85 to hold off a solid effort by second-place Iowa State (147). New Mexico was third, edging No. 2 Georgetown by a point. Bringing home the university’s first title in the women’s side of the sport was something coach Walt Drenth has been building up to since taking over the women’s program in 2006.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Two of the top programs in NCAA men’s cross country made history Saturday at LaVern Gibson Championship Course. Colorado brought home its fifth men’s NCAA team championship -- all since the 2001 season under coach Mark Wetmore -- and Oregon sophomore Edward Cheserek and senior Eric Jenkins teamed for the first 1-2 finish for any program in 25 years. The Buffaloes put three runners in the top 10 as junior Ammar Moussa was fifth, sophomore Ben Saarel seventh and senior Blake Theroux ninth. The Buffaloes’ team total of 65 points was the lowest winning score since Wisconsin’s 37...
For the first time in five years, host nation Japan won the Chiba International Ekiden, a mixed six-stage relay held over the marathon distance on Monday (24), coming from behind to overhaul defending champions Kenya on the sixth and final stage. The race started with Australia and New Zealand fighting for the lead on the first stage, but then Russia took over the lead on stage two. The third and fourth stages were between Russia and Japan, but the race truly got going on the fifth stage over 10km when Matthew Kisorio brought Kenya from sixth to first, making up a...