Monthly Archives: March 2009

>What’s On Tomorrow

>Tomorrow begins the 82nd Texas Relays, which run through Saturday. Last year the final day’s competition was webcast at; no word yet on whether it will be again this year.PreviewWebsite

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>The Professional T&F Website?

>Something I missed earlier this week was a post by Scott Bush at his US Distance Runner blog titled Wanted: A Professional Track and Field Website. From October 2008 until two weeks ago, I was working for Trackshark. As you … Continue reading

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>From ESPN: You know Twitter, the train-of-thought status message broadcast tool that is fascinating or pointless, (or both). Either way, it’s a stream of information, buyer beware. Think of Twackle this way: Where a serious Twitter user might utilize the … Continue reading

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>New Jericho Mile?

>You may remember the classic 1979 made-for-TV movie, The Jericho Mile. If IMDB is to be believed, a remake is due to be released this year. Other than that I can find no info about it. Can any of the … Continue reading

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>New Blogs and More Thoughts on the Project 30 report

>Two more: 400 Flat Out, which concentrates on the 400, and Notes on a Running Life. The latter, written by Douglas Hegley, has examined the recent Project 30 task force report from the perspective of a road racer. Hegley looks … Continue reading

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>RoJo’s World XC blog

> Let's Run's Robert Johnson is in Amman covering the World Cross Country Championships.  His first-person account of the trip is some of the more interesting writing I've come across on his site.  It also reveals much about the author.   Brothers Robert and … Continue reading

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>World Rankings Update

>My posting has been sporadic as of late due to a number of issues. My school computer is on the fritz, and our girls’ basketball team made a highly-charged first-ever trip to the state final four (got to the finals, … Continue reading

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>Thinking Outside the Box

> If track & field won't cross-promote itself, apparently road racing will.   The BAA is now doing a 5k the day before the Boston Marathon, and have added a mile road race.  Former Hub local Shalane Flanagan is the … Continue reading

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>Oh, If It Were Only That Easy

>Well, maybe if you work for AIG.

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>A Death in the Family

>Today the blog goes black in memory of Trackshark. Tom Borish made it official; his site is shutting down. He sold it to Wasserman Media Group a year ago, enabling him to make it his full-time job, but now they … Continue reading

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