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Oregon Men Up To Second In Current NCAA Track And Field Rankings

Florida State men and Texas A&M women continue hold at top. In the most recently NCAA track and field power rankings, the men of

No Man Will Ever Run 40 mph

New study does not say what everyone is saying it says. A new study by scientists at the University of Wyoming is getting a lot of

Baddeley And Donohue Win New Balance Games Miles

Written By: Peter Gambaccini (c) 2010 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved With the challenge of the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose

IOC Panel Recommends Medical Treatment Of Gender Ambiguity Cases

Meeting partially spawned from Caster Semenya debate. A group of leading sports medicine experts, assembled by the International Olympic

Semenya Grounded Until Gender Tests Conclude

The 800m specialist will have to wait to compete. South African 800m world champion Caster Semenya will not be able to compete again until

Semenya Plans Return To International Competition

Gender test results have still not been released. South African women’s 800m world champion Caster Semenya is reportedly ready to

Distance Stars Added To Reebok Indoor Games Lineup

Men’s and womens’s distance events continue to get stronger. Nick Willis of New Zealand and Americans Galen Rupp and Anna

Lagat, Pierce Confirmed For Millrose Games

Bernard Lagat will attempt to win a record eighth Wannamaker Mile. NEW YORK – Seven-time Wanamaker Mile champion Bernard Lagat will

Australian Hurdler Reverses Cosmetic Surgery To Run Faster

Rawlinson hopes reversal will lead to gold in London. Australian 400m hurdler Jana Rawlinson decided that her recent breast enhancement

US Sprinting Star Launches Anti-Drug Website

Washington has been a victim of other’s drug use. 2003 world champion 400m runner Tyree Washington has launched a new Web site,

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