Molly Huddle was here for one reason, setting the American record once again, and putting it out of reach for awhile. During most of the race, she had the company of Shannon Rowbury who followed her every move, as she had in Sacramento.
Race Debuts with First Year Pricing for 4th Annual Edition - SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA – The San Luis Obispo Marathon, Half Marathon + 5Kpresented by LeftLaneSports.com has launched registration for 2015, offering first year pricing of $110 for the marathon and $85 for the half marathon. The 4th annual event will take place on Sunday, April 26, 2015.
Greatest Ever Weekend Of High School Sprinting/Fastest USA Girls & Boys 100 & 200: Kaylin Whitney, 11.10 (100) and 22.49 (200) – also WORLD YOUTH RECORDS; Trentavis Friday, 10.00 (100) and 20.03w (200).Written by Fred Baer USATF Pacific Association Media Chair / Track and Field Writers of America
Kaylin Whitney of East Ridge (Clermont, Fla.) and Trentavis Friday of Cherryville, N.C. staged what is being called the greatest weekend display of sprinting in high school history during USA Track & Field’s Junior Championships at University of Oregon in Eugene.
A pair of national record-breaking “amateur” 100-meter sprinters, Kaylin Whitney and Trentavis Friday, stole the show from “pro” Mary Cain amid a bit of qualifying drama on the first day of USA Track & Field’s Junior Championships in Eugene, Ore. (July 5).
Tarmoh Finally Earns U.S. 200 Meter Title - SACRAMENTO (June 29) — On the fifth and final day of the 2014 U.S. Outdoor Championships, Jeneba Tarmoh (Nike, Los Angeles) lined up in the women’s 200 meter finals without a U.S. Championship title on her impressive resume.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A stunning men’s hurdle race closed the 2014 USATF Outdoor Championships Sunday, as NCAA champion and Oregon freshman hurdler/wide receiver Devon Allen (Phoenix, Arizona) captured the national title in the men’s 110-meter hurdles in a wind-aided 13.16 (+2.1). 32,783 fans enjoyed the 2014 USATF Outdoor Championships, as well as 5,500 at the Capitol Shot Put.