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Günther Weidlinger Wins His 50th Athletics Title

He continues to be Austria's best hope for an Olympic marathon medal.

World Junior Medalist Dies At 17

The cause of death was most likely malaria. Albert Yator had a long, successful running career ahead of him. The 17-year-old Kenyan

Statisticians Analyze A Year On The Track

The data suggests a mediocre year for both men and women

Former Steepler Aiming To Break Barrier

The former Austrian steeplechaser wants to go sub-2:10 next year. One of Europe’s fastest marathoners has already announced his plans

IAAF World Championships In Athletics: Day 4 Recap

American Sanya Richards rids herself of her championship demons, taking gold in the women’s 400m. Day Four Photos Day four of the

2009 IAAF World Championships In Athletics: Hurdles Preview

The final of our series of previews is the hurdle events. There are some great battles in all three hurdling disciplines, as well as some

USATF President Reacts To Steeplechase Debacle In Eugene

Logan agrees that mistake is unacceptable. In his blog, Shin Splints, on the USATF website, organization president Doug Logan spoke out

Jenny Barringer Ready For Next Level

Although she is still in college, the steeplechase specialist thinks she is ready to make a mark on the world stage in Berlin. University

Competitor Q&A: Jenny Barringer

Jenny Barringer took some time to meet up with Shanna Sparkes to talk about her recent 1500m success and how her training for the

Mizuno Reaches Agreement With Runner Corey Nowitzke

Source:  Mizuno USA 2008 Olympic Trial Finalist Signs Four Year Deal with Mizuno Race Team Norcross, GA (June 12, 2009) – Mizuno USA,

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