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December 01, 2022

USATF ANNOUNCES 2023 COMPETITION SCHEDULE - ALBUQUERQUE AND EUGENE SET TO HOST CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS

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INDIANAPOLIS — A robust indoor and outdoor track and field schedule has been set for the 2023 season, USATF announced today, December 1, 2022.

November 30, 2022

Tatum David and Hunter Jones Capture First Place Titles in the 43rd Annual Champs Sports…

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RACE HIGHLIGHTS: Tatum David of Olney, Ill. and Hunter Jones of Thompsonville, Mich. won the Champs Sports Cross Country (formerly Foot Locker CC) Championships Midwest Regional today.

November 30, 2022

HASPA MARATHON HAMBURG ON 23rd APRIL 2023: European Champion Richard Ringer runs next marathon in…

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European Champion Richard Ringer will run his next marathon in Hamburg on 23rd April. Organisers announced this today during a press conference with the runner, who became Germany’s first male marathon gold medal winner in the long history of the continental championships.

As another year ends one can always look back on numerous positive happenings as well as sad ones we experienced. I am sure we all know people who had a challenging 2022 either with a health or work situation.

Matt McGowan and Tim Pancher were the co-chairs of the Arnold 5K Pump & Run/Arnold 5K for the first 20 years of the events.

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The Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches annual Track & Field Clinic will be held at the Columbus Hilton Easton from January 26-28, 2023. The pre-registration deadline is January 13, 2023 to be eligible for banquet tickets.

Way back in 1967, three brothers ran in their first organized race called, “The Turkey Trot.” Our father and mother, who raised all three of us in the United States Navy, had just moved to a community outside of Chicago. We had just left Catholic School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as our father had been transferred yet again. That is how Navy brats are made – we moved every two to three years and had to make our mark on a new community. Our mother wanted some peace and quiet when getting ready for our family Thanksgiving meal. Our mom, an avid reader, had heard about a race that we all could participate in and she asked our father to take us. She figured this would be a good way to get out of her hair while she cooked us all a scrumptious Thanksgiving meal.

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