Monthly Archives: September 2009

>Holy Cow!

>With coaching and other things going on, something had to go and blogging was it. This I had to share with you. Posted by old-time javelin great Roald Bradstock at the Track & Field News forums: Back in June I … Continue reading

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>Another Sub-13

>Tegenkamp runs 12:58 in Brussels. Two weeks, two new contenders in international distance running. There are other issues to talk about, but I have limited time to write right now, so I’ll only get one of them down today. The … Continue reading

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>Six at Eleven

>RW Daily News has all the headlines: a possible Bolt-Bekele matchup (really!), Brussels Golden League previews, USATF 20k championship preview, and more. Scott Bush discusses fantasy leagues. Sonia O’Sullivan talks about the terrified parent syndrome, which apparently isn’t limited to … Continue reading

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>Six at Eleven

>RW Daily News has all the headlines: Burka back on the start line, more Bolt news, leaders in the race for the 2016 Olympics, and more. Four Jamaicans admit to using banned stimulants. While stimulants are a very minor offense, … Continue reading

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>Six at Eleven

>RW Daily News has the headlines: the Bolt-Gay showdown is off, athlete interviews, and race previews. Universal Sports quantifies marathoning. John Godina shows off the new World Throws Center. Berlino! Caster Semenya has another controversy. Threadspotting: Fantastic finishes.

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>Celebrations

>Bill Simmons, aka ESPN’s Sports Guy, regularly publishes a steaming pile of writing he calls a “mailbag”. It’s entertaining, but rarely has much to do with sports. But here he stumbles across the truth. [E]ach sport has its own unique … Continue reading

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>Six at Eleven

>RW Daily News has all the headlines, including Gateshead and Zagreb track results. Let’s Run looks back on the week. Berlin is looking at a long-term Olympic bid. Who is the world’s most dominant athlete: Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt, Tiger … Continue reading

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