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USATF Contributes $30K To USA Distance Project

Six distance training groups receive grants for 2011.

IAAF Adjusts Ruling On Women’s World Records

Under the ruling, Deena Kastor would no longer own the American marathon record.

Woodrow Wilson Half To Host Championships

A 5,000-runner field expected; the prize purse exceeds $10,000.

Molly Huddle Sidelined With Foot Injury

Her father, a doctor, thinks it's plantar fasciitis.

Chamber Of Commerce Sponsors Woodrow Wilson Half

Last year's event sold out, prompting race organizers to raise the bar to 5000 starters.

USATF Continues To Delay CEO Search

The organization has been without an official leader since last September.

Unprecedented TV Coverage for USA Outdoors

The multi-platform approach will give track and field fans 11 hours of viewing.

USATF Shooting For 30 Olympic Medals In London

The man who originally set the goal has since been fired.

New York Man Breaks 48-Hour Run Record

He only logs 80 miles a week in training.

Will Stephanie Hightower Be New CEO Of USATF?

A replacement for ex-CEO Doug Logan has been hard to find.

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