The Great White North, Syrup Chug a lug, Trials Invasion! RJ-132
Get out of the way because we start this weeks episode off with 1200 calories of Canadian Inspiration. Here comes an NCAA round up, lots of outlandish video clips and a near diabetic coma. NO One Can Beat Cam Hometown Hero Flood Interview adidas Dream Races KD is like Dalai Lama NTL Race Preivew
M 100 F01 (Blake vs. Kimmons to the wire, 2012 Donovan Bailey Invite)
Finals 1 Yohan Blake 89 Jamaica 9.84 10.05^ +0.0 2 Trell Kimmons 86 United States 10.03 10.11$ +0.0 3 Lerone Clarke 81 Jamaica 9.99 10.13$ +0.0 4 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure 84 Norway 9.99 10.15$ +0.0 5 Justyn Warner 87 Canada 10.18 10.32 +0.0 6 Gerald Phiri 88 Zambia 10.22 10.33 +0.0 6 Daniel Bailey 86 Antigua and Barbuda 10.10 10.33 +0.0 8 Akeem Haynes 92 Canada 10.18 10.43 +0.0
M 800 F01 (Smith 1:47.96) 2012 Donovan Bailey Invitational
Finals 1 Julius Mutekanga 87 Uganda 1:47.04 1:47.47$ 2 Tyler Smith 94 Canada 1:49.23 1:47.96$ 3 Thomas Riva 92 Canada 1:48.90 1:48.92% 4 Peter Corrigan 89 Canada 1:53.22 1:49.11% 5 David Holm 92 Canada 1:49.98 1:49.49% 6 Adam Gaudes 92 Canada 1:49.90 1:49.57% 7 Cam Mitchell 92 Canada 1:51.44 1:50.80 8 Karl Robertson 91 Canada 1:52.54 1:51.37 9 Jaden Ostapowich 89 Canada 1:49.45 1:52.23
Jason Richardson a world champion and comedian, looks forward to 2012 Donovan Bailey Track Classic
Jason Richardson has one final tune up before the trials the Donovan Bailey Invitational. The World Champ is a whole new athlete compared to 2008 but getting through Eugene might be one of the most difficult in his career.
South African 1500 specialist Peter van der Westhuizen among the many chasing the standard at 2012 Donovan Bailey Track Classic
Ahh the life of a 1500 meter man chasing a standard. Peter West (yea thats what we are sticking with) started the outdoor season hot with wins at Kansas and Drake but is just off the the 3:35 standard that he hit just a few years ago. The game is a little different depending on what country your from but the struggles are almost universal for an athlete chasing a time. Peter is a grad from the University of Nebraska.
Kate Van Buskirk highlights the past year of running and what's ahead
Just over a year out of the NCAA system, where she attended Duke University, Kate Van Buskirk has a number of accolades to her name already. During her time at Duke, Van Buskirk boasted a 1000 meter collegiate record, was a 2-time all American and led her team to NCAA's in the DMR. Moving forward to the present, Van Buskirk trains back in her home city of Toronto, Canada, is sponsored by Brooks and is taking part in the National Track League while competeing in the 1500 throughout 5 of the 6 NTL meets. Listen in as she describes what has changed from then till now, and what we can look from her the rest of the summer! http://www.brooksrunning.com/
Yohan Blake Wins in Edmonton, Focuses on Trials 2012 Donovan Bailey Invite
W 800m F01 (NTL, Beriket 2:01, 2012 Donovan Bailey Invite)
Results 1 Lemlem Beriket 87 Canada 2:01.53 2:01.81% 2 Kenia Sinclaire 80 Jamaica 1:57.88 2:01.98% 3 Annie Leblanc 92 Canada 2:04.55 2:03.69% 4 Leanna Maclean 92 Canada 2:04.50 2:04.35% 5 Stephanie Herrick 87 United States 2:06.13 2:04.92% 6 Kate Van Buskirk 87 Canada 2:09.65 2:06.16 7 Jenna Westaway 94 Canada 2:09.78 2:09.39 -- Heather Wilson 90 United States 2:04.55 DNS
The Beast Yohan Blake ready to rock at 2012 Donovan Bailey Track Classic
The youngest man to break 10.00 seconds in the 100m dash, the 2011 World Champion at 100 meters and not to mention the 2nd fastest 200 meter runner at this point in history clocking a 19.26 (only .07 slower than Bolt) is on hand at the 2012 Donovan Bailey Track Classic to race the 100 meters. Only 22, Blake comes out of the poverty stricken high school of St. Jago, putting in endless hours of work to become the next sprinting phenom. Listen as Yohan Blake looks ahead to not only this weekends race, but also speaks of London and his favorite hobby off the track!
M 1500 F01 (NTL) 2012 Donovan Bailey Invitational
Finals 1 Nate Brannen 82 Canada 3:34.22 3:36.79^ 2 Peter van der Westhuizen 84 South Africa 3:36.00 3:37.29^ 3 Taylor Milne 81 Canada 3:38.07 3:39.52^ 4 Matt Lincoln 82 Canada 3:39.32 3:39.95^ 5 Geoff Martinson 86 Canada 3:39.27 3:44.04% -- Silas Kisorio 83 Kenya 3:39.32 DNF
M Devils 5k Last man Standing
2011 World Champion Jason Richardson in love with Canada after win 2012 Donovan Bailey Invitational
The 2011 World Champion in the 110 Hurdles, comes up to Edmonton Canada against a very strong field to run 13.16, the 4th fastest time ever in Canada, and poised for a spot on the 2012 USA Olympic Team. Richardson is feeling confident, knowing that the trials are in 2 weeks, but also appreciative of the Cowboy hat the was given to him at the Donovan Bailey Invitational.
M 110H F01 (Richardson dominates 2012 Donovan Bailey Invite)
Finals 1 Jason Richardson 86 United States 13.09 13.16% 0.7 2 Ryan Wilson 81 United States 13.20 13.31% 0.7 3 Dexter Faulk 84 United States 13.12 13.36% 0.7 4 Ty Atkins 86 United States 13.41 13.41% 0.7 5 Richard Phillips 83 Jamaica 13.51 13.43% 0.7 6 Joel Brown 80 United States 13.30 13.45% 0.7 7 Jeff Porter 85 United States 13.44 13.53% 0.7 -- Ingvar Mosely 91 Canada 14.00 DQ 0.7 Rule #168.7
Winner Yohan Blake after his race with the fans
Grade 11 sensation Tyler Smith ready for some rest after another break through 2012 Donovan Bailey Invitational
NTLCommissioner Mat Gentes enlightens the public of the NTL and the future to come
The National Track League, or what many have come used to noting it by as the NTL, just finished up it's second year of existence and it seems to have a bright future on the line. The NTL can be compared to the European Circuit, when everyone (a great amount of the North Americans) heads over to Europe to race in the post-trials/post NCAA meets that the various cities in Europe hold. The NTL is hoping that these athletes that travel overseas as well as some of the others from around the world, will compete in the NTL and provide a vast field of competition for all who enter. Listen in as the Commissioner of the NTL, Mat Gentes gives us an insight of what has already been accomplished thus far and what is in store for years to come.
Donovan Bailey spirits high heading into 2012 Donovan Bailey Track Classic
Gold medalist at 100 meters at the '96 Olympics in Atlanta, as well as being a 100m record holder at one point, former Canadian sprint star Donovan Bailey breaks down this weekend's meet. He also gives great insight to the future and what is to come from a meet like this.
High school stud Sage Watson happy after PB in the 400 2012 Donovan Bailey Invitational
M 100 Paralympic 2012 Donovan Bailey Invitational
Perdita Felicien confident moving towards the 2012 Donovan Bailey Track Classic