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Millrose Games Expected To Leave Garden For Armory

Some say the event is too expensive and not popular enough any more.

Campos And Woodward Win Big Sur Marathon

The men's winner made his move in the final mile.

U.S. XC Championships Headed For St. Louis

Next year's races are sure to be colder than this year's.

Meet Napa Marathon Pre-Race Favorite Kevin Pool

He wants to qualify for the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials.

Is Pre-Run Stretching Good Or Bad For You?

Keeping the same routine may be more important.

Course Change For Pittsburgh Marathon

The new route accommodates more runners at the start and is USATF-certified.

USATF Lashes Out Against Ex-CEO Doug Logan

America's governing track and field body is doing battle with its former headman.

Lewy Boulet Named USATF Athlete Of The Week

INDIANAPOLIS – Magdalena Lewy Boulet has been named USA Track & Field’s Athlete of the Week after becoming the

USA Track And Field Announces World Indoor Team

Strong distance team lead by Bernard Lagat in the 3000m. Written By: David Monti (c) 2010 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved Last

US Announces NACAC Cross Country Squads

Men and women hope to defend 2009 titles. USA Track and Field announced the sqauds for the 2010 North America, Central America and

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