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Uploaded by Ryan From Flotrack | May 4, 2009
The college track regular season came to a close for Flotrack this past weekend at Stanford, Texas and Washington, so we need something to remind us that the NCAA is just around the corner. What better way to keep NCAA's fresh in our mind and to get jacked for Flotrack's NCAA coverage then to grow a stachie. Now everyday when we look in the mirror, Boom! Flotrack's NCAA coverage will come to mind. Grow your own an upload it to this coverage page and lets get excited about the 2009 NCAA Championships and Flotrack's coverage from the University of Arkansas.
i've been working on my stache for 2 months now but nobody can see it still... guess i'm out of the contest
I am not quite sure where I will be at that time ( waiting on hopeful internship stuff) but it might be a possibilty for me to get to the TN meet. If I am home this summer I will be there anyways..
Man everyone thinks I was drunk........ It was not the case. I wish track meets sold beer that would make my job more fun, but I can't complain.We would love to get someone out to TN and IN state meets. Anyone want to cover them?
man, i would do it if i wasn't going to be at nikeoutdoor with the runnerspace guys. are you guys sending anybody to orlando for 3a/4a in florida this weekend?
If you have nothing to do while you watch your stachionals grow, how about covering Bay to Breakers. Deena's back and ready to rip! She just won the Great Edinburgh Run, so it would be great to see her tear into this one.
Dear Ryan and Mark, I just looked up your supposed Hair, Texas and could not seem to locate it on google maps. Now I am not looking to call you guys out because I know you to be stand up gentlemen, however I would like the longitude and latitude of this unlikely location.