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* Highland (AZ) senior Leo Daschbach broke 4 minutes in the mile on Saturday

Photo Credit: Bobby Reyes, Colorado MileSplit

by Jeffrey Parenti -  EL DORADO HILLS, CALIFORNIA -- Leo Daschbach accomplished what he didn't even think was possible.

The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for athletes around the world, and with events still being cancelled, joining a race still seems like a while off yet. However, good news has arrived to keep runners motivated and engaged with 50 hours of running TV covering events and documentaries, has been released for free. Loads more below, with a link to the high res pic here, with more available if needed, just shout. As always, just ask if you need anything else. Mark News release For immediate distribution20/05/20 50 HOURS OF RUNNING TV RELEASED FOR FREE

We're excited to provide you a sneak peek at this summer's California Coast 500 – Run the One, challenging you to run (or walk) 500 virtual miles from LA’s Santa Monica Pier to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge along California’s idyllic Highway One! 

Double European champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen took nine seconds off the Norwegian 5km road record on Wednesday (20), clocking 13:28 in a low-key race in Stavanger.

(USATF) - INDIANAPOLIS -- Brian Oldfield (Elgin, Illinois) set an American record in the men’s shot put on May 16, 1981 and was voted by fans as winner of the eighth USATF Throwback Athlete of the Week award, edging out Tom Petranoff. In the absence of competition during the Covid-19 pandemic, we are taking a weekly look back at some of the great efforts by American track and field athletes through the years.

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