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Elinor Purrier Makes The Jump
Jul 19, 2019
The most decorated athlete in University of New Hampshire history transitioned smoothly into the professional ranks since graduating last year.
Grant Holloway Redefines Track Greatness With Stunning NCAA Performance
Mar 10, 2019
Before the start of his junior year in 2019, Florida’s Grant Holloway had already established himself as arguably the greatest hurdler in NCAA history. His four straight NCAA titles, a 60m hurdles collegiate record and a No. 2 all-time 110m hurdles performance made him a NCAA track and field legend in just two short years.
Why U.S. Distance Legend Pattisue Plumer Returned To The NCAA
Sep 4, 2018
Two-time Olympian, U.S. champion, American record holder, NCAA champion. Pattisue Plumer has done it all and then some as a middle-distance runner. But this fall marks a new chapter—she moved from her long-time home in the Bay Area, where she spent the last five years coaching Gunn High School and the Stanford Running Club, to steamy Austin, Texas, where she joined the University of Texas staff as assistant cross country and track coach for the women’s distance team. She’s resigned herself to the fact that fall doesn’t begin until late October, but above all, is pleased to rejoin forces with Longhorns head coach Edrick Floreal—with whom she worked for several years as an assistant at Stanford. We talked about “glistening” Texas summers, her goals for the women’s cross country team, and the first story she tells new student-athletes about her athletic career.
'Year Of The Bison': R.J. McNichols Follows Nick Symmonds' Final Season
Jul 10, 2018
Between Clayton Murphy and Donavan Brazier, Drew Windle and Isaiah Harris, Erik Sowinski and Boris Berian, the United States is rich in men's 800-meter runners. But there's still no easy replacement for the charmingly candid, chronic pot-stirrer that is Nick Symmonds, who has now enjoyed a full year of retirement from track and field.