adidas and Flotrack at USA's



Flotrack and adidas have teamed up to bring you all of the action at the 2011 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon this week. We will be having daily LIVE shows, morning runs, and give-a-ways, so join us throughout everyday of the championships!

adidas will be sponsoring the Pre-race LIVE shows each day at the championships, as well as sponsoring the Friday and Saturday morning runs. Want to meet elite adidas track and field athletes and coaches? Check the schedule below and come join us for all the fun in Eugene, or watch the action here on Flotrack!

Flotrack LIVE Pre-race Show sponsored by adidas

Thurs and Fri : 1:30pm PT
Sat and Sun : 10:00am PT

Starting on Thursday, June 23rd tune in live on Flotrack or join us live in-person at the adidas House everyday for recaps, previews, analysis and athlete interviews. The show will be hosted by Flotrack's Ryan Fenton and Kevin Selby and will feature US Olympian Todd Williams, along with featured adidas athletes.

Location
Sigma Chi Frat House, Corner of E 19th Ave & Emerald St, Eugene, OR 97403


Morning Runs 

Wed : 8:00 am
Thurs : 8:00 am
Fri : 8:00 am - Sponsored by adidas FOR MORE INFO CLICK HERE 
Sat : 8:00 am - Sponsored by adidas FOR MORE INFO CLICK HERE
Sun : 8:00 am

The location : Adi-Haus (Sigma Chi house)
Corner of E 19th Ave & Emerald St, Eugene, OR 97403.

To start everyday off right, Flotrack will be holding a morning run at 8:00 am, ranging from 30 to 90 minutes. Friday and Saturday, adidas will sponsor the runs and provide all sorts of fun, as well as donate money to great causes (see schedule below).


Daily Schedules


Wednesday
8:00am - Flotrack Morning Shake Out

Thursday
8:00am - Flotrack Morning Shake Out
9:45am - USATF Junior Champs begins
1:30pm - Flotrack LIVE Pre-race Show sponsored by adidas
3:20pm - National Anthem at Hayward Field
3:30pm - USATF Senior Champs begins
                    (finals: M/W 10k, M TJ, W Shot, M Hammer, M/W Disc)
8:25pm - Competiton ends

Friday 
8:00am - 5 mile run lead by adidas track athletes (8:00 am) FOR MORE INFO CLICK HERE 
             - Everyone who attends will be entered to win adidas prizes
             - adidas will also be contributing $250 to the high school program
               with the most event participants
             - Refreshments will be provided
             - Run with adidas athletes & coaches
               (Greg McMillan, Terrence Mahon, Todd Williams, Steph Rothstein & more)
9:00am - USATF Junior Champs begins
                    (finals: B 10k, G 5k, B/G 100, B 110H, G 100H, Dec/Hep, G PV, B/G Shot, B Hammer, B/G LJ, B HJ)
1:30pm - Flotrack LIVE Pre-race Show sponsored by adidas
3:30pm - USATF Senior Champs begins
                    (finals: M/W 100, M/W 5k, Dec, W HJ, W TJ, M Jav)
8:00pm - Competition ends
9:30pm - Flotrack Bar Night (TBA)

Saturday
8:00am - Flotrack Morning Shake Out FOR MORE INFO CLICK HERE
                    *For every woman that attends adidas will make a $5 donation to AKTIV,
                    Grete Waitz' foundation, which works to better the lives of those battling cancer

             - All female runners are welcome to join in a 5 mile run
               lead by adidas track athletes
             - Refreshments will be provided
             - Run with adidas athletes & coaches
               (Greg McMillan, Terrence Mahon, Todd Williams, Nick Arciniaga & more)
9:45am - USATF Champs begins
10:00am - Flotrack LIVE Pre-race Show sponsored by adidas
12:00pm - USATF Senior Champs begins

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