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Pac-12 Outdoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week

For Immediate Release // Monday, April 27, 2015Contact // Natalia Ciccone (nciccone@pac-12.org)http://pac12.me/1bxuV0wPAC-12 OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD ATHLETES OF THE WEEKSAN FRANCISCO -- The Pac-12 Conference outdoor track and field athlete of the week honors for the the week of April 21-26:Men’s Track Athlete of the Week: THOMAS JOYCE, CALIFORNIA (Jr., Moraga, Calif.). Junior Thomas Joyce won the Don Bowden Mile on Saturday at the Brutus Hamilton Challenge in Berkeley, Calif., defeating the indoor national champion in the mile, UTEP’s A...

USTFCCCA ::: NCAA Division I Outdoor T&F - National Team Rankings

TWITTER | FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | JOIN THE USTFCCCA | CONTACT US NCAA Division I Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings VIEW ON THE WEB NEW ORLEANS – Fans of collegiate track & field saw the “Edward Cheserek effect” at its peak in the Penn Relays 4xMile Relay this weekend, and now the phenomenon has manifested itself in a different way beyond the track. Week four of the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings has historically been moving week; this is when p...

FloAwards: Track & Field Release #13

FLO PERFORMANCE Jordy Williamsz (Villanova) The Villanova anchor leg displayed one of the greatest kicks of the season after beating Oregon’s Edward Cheserek at his own game in the men’s 4xMile at Penn Relays. In some of the strangest race tactics in Penn history, Williamsz took advantage of the slowed pace to power through the homestretch past the NCAA Champion and bring home the wheel for the Villanova Wildcats. WATCH RACE   Annie Leblanc (Oregon) The Oregon senior had one of the most standout performances of the weekend aft...

Eliud Kipchoge, Tigist Tufa Win London Marathon Titles

Dennis Kimetto, Eliud Kipchoge and Wilson Kipsang pose after the London Marathon. Photo by Jane Monti. By David Monti, @d9monti (c) 2015 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved, used with permission LONDON (26-Apr) -- On an emotional day for Paula Radcliffe who ran the final marathon of her illustrious career here, Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya and Tigist Tufa of Ethiopia won the elite races at the 35th Virgin Money London Marathon. Kipchoge, a highly decorated former world champion, and Tufa, who had only recently risen to the top echelon of marat...

Wilson Kipsang Beaten In London, But Not By Athletics Kenya

.post-content img { padding: 10px; } LONDON –– Hey, Athletics Kenya, Wilson Kipsang has a message for you. Nice try, suckers. Just two weeks before Kipsang, world-record-holder Dennis Kimetto, and Geoffrey Mutai were to toe the line in a globally-anticipated showdown in the Virgin Money London Marathon, the brain trust (and we use that term loosely) at the country’s governing body for the sport suspended the runners’ manager, Gerard van de Veen, for six months. Isaiah Kiplagat, AK’s chairman and CCO (chief corrupt...

RESULTS: London Marathon

RESULTS: London Marathon

Gordon Mack

April 26, 2015, 3:00am

RESULTS: London Marathon 2015 London, UK April 26th, 2015 The 2015 London Marathon is the 35th edition of the event. Some 20,000 people wanted to run the first race on March 29, 1981; 7,747 were accepted. There were 6,255 finishers, led home by the American Dick Beardsley and Norwegian Inge Simonsen who staged a spectacular and fitting dead-heat at the rain-swept finish on Constitution Hill in 2:11:48. Joyce Smith, 43 years old and a mother of two, broke the British record to win the women’s race in 2:29:57, then the third fastest time e...

LIVE UPDATES: London Marathon

LIVE UPDATES: London Marathon

Gordon Mack

April 26, 2015, 12:12am

LIVE UPDATES: London Marathon 2015 London, UK April 26th, 2015 The 2015 London Marathon is the 35th edition of the event. Some 20,000 people wanted to run the first race on March 29, 1981; 7,747 were accepted. There were 6,255 finishers, led home by the American Dick Beardsley and Norwegian Inge Simonsen who staged a spectacular and fitting dead-heat at the rain-swept finish on Constitution Hill in 2:11:48. Joyce Smith, 43 years old and a mother of two, broke the British record to win the women’s race in 2:29:57, then the third fastest t...

Penn Relays Day 3: Top 10 Moments

1. In a huge act of redemption after the DMR loss yesterday, Villanova’s Jordy Williamsz gave Oregon a taste of their own medicine by out-kicking six-time NCAA Champion Edward Cheserek on the homestretch in front of a roaring crowd to win the 4xMile.    The Aussie received the baton in second place behind Cheserek after the Wildcats and Ducks battled in 1-2 spots for the majority of the race. The Ducks were in the lead heading into the final leg when Cheserek received the baton. Within the first 150 meters, Cheserek engaged in ...

ARCHIVED RACES: Penn Relays

ARCHIVED RACES: Penn Relays

Gordon Mack

April 24, 2015, 7:00pm

ARCHIVED RACES: Penn Relays 2015 Philadelphia, PA April 23rd - 25th, 2015 LIVE | ARCHIVE RACES | RESULTS | ENTRIES | SCHEDULE The Penn Relays held at the University of Pennsylvania's Franklin Field is one of the largest relay carnivals in the world with athletes competing from across the United States and internationally most notably Jamaica. The Relays draw athletes from all levels, high school, college, and professional for the three day event. Links Will Be Updated As Soon As Race Is Archived WATCH RACE   461  ...

Penn Relays Day 2: Top 10 Moments

1. The Oregon Ducks repeated as DMR champions. The team of John Gregorek, Marcus Chambers, Niki Franzmair and Edward Cheserek held off the charging Villanova team, anchored by Jordan Williamsz, to win in 9:33.86. WATCH RACE HERE. For the 2nd straight year, @OregonTF takes home the Championship of America Men's DMR! Your 2015 #PennRelays Champs! pic.twitter.com/YEBNps5kT3 — FloTrack (@FloTrack) April 24, 2015 2. After finishing second last night to Villanova in the DMR, the Stanford Cardinal team of Rebecca Mehra, Jessica Tonn, Elise Cran...

 
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