picture of 2016 TrackTown Summer Series

Jul 29, 2016
 

FloTrack will provide on-site coverage of the 2016 TrackTown Summer Series in Eugene, Oregon.

  1. Colby Alexander Takes Down Three Olympians in 3:34

    Colby Alexander Takes Down Three Olympians in 3:34

    Jul 30, 2016

    Colby Alexander just beat three Olympians at their own game. The former Oregon Duck broke away on the homestretch of the Track Town Summer Series 1500m to take down David Torrence and Ben Blankenship in a new personal best of 3:34.88. U.S. Olympic team member Robby Andrews faded to seventh.

  2. Mason Ferlic Signs with Nike, Runs Steeple PB at TrackTown Summer Series

    Mason Ferlic Signs with Nike, Runs Steeple PB at TrackTown Summer Series

    Jul 30, 2016

    2016 NCAA Steeplechase Champion Mason Ferlic has signed a professional contract with Nike. The University of Michigan graduate debuted his new kit at the TrackTown Summer Series, where he finished runner-up behind 2x Olympian Donn Cabral with a 6-second personal best of 8:21.57.

  3. TrackTown 800: Bishop Wins, Rowbury Breaks 2:00, Martinez Second

    TrackTown 800: Bishop Wins, Rowbury Breaks 2:00, Martinez Second

    Jul 30, 2016

    Shannon Rowbury broke two minutes in the 800 meters for the first time in her career tonight. In a slow-starting and sparsely attended race in Eugene, Rowbury and Brenda Martinez were second and third for the second time this month. Martinez outkicked Rowbury for second tonight, and Rowbury outkicked Martinez for second in the Olympic Trials 1500m.

  4. TrackTown Series Creates Team Competition for Pros

    TrackTown Series Creates Team Competition for Pros

    Jul 28, 2016

    Less than a month after competing at Hayward Field in the biggest U.S. meet of the year, Olympians and elites will return to Eugene for a brand-new event on Friday, July 29.

  5. First Look! Tracktown Summer Series Race Bibs

    First Look! Tracktown Summer Series Race Bibs

    Jul 27, 2016

    The Tracktown Summer Series kicks off this weekend at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Participants include 20 athletes that will represent the United States at the Summer Olympics in Rio. Teams were selected via draft and will compete for sizable cash prize in each event.