Monthly Archives: June 2015
What2Watch: Wednesday at the NCAAsJune 10, 2015 | Jesse Squire | One Comment
An Oregon 1-2 is expected in tonight’s men’s 10k, but everything that leads up to it could make or break it for the Ducks, Gators, Aggies and/or Tigers. (Photo courtesy TrackTown Photo)
The NCAA outdoor track and field championships kick … Read More
Changes at the NCAA championshipsJune 9, 2015 | Jesse Squire | 3 Comments
Change is inevitable. The only question is whether we take charge of it or let it happen to us.
All this week we are covering the NCAA Championships. Visit our home page for the meet!
Yesterday I read an entertaining … Read More
The Monday Morning Run: NOP investigation, Tarmohgeddon defined and a javelin controversyJune 9, 2015 | Kevin Sully | 2 Comments
First, the good news. Between last week and this week there are four Diamond League meets. The bad news is sandwiched in between those is a doping scandal that bridges two continents and threatens to bring … Read More
Ten Cures for NCAA Track and Field FeverJune 8, 2015 | Jesse Squire | 3 Comments
The NCAA Division I outdoor track and field championships begin on Wednesday and run through Saturday at historic Hayward Field on the campus of the University of Oregon.
Daily Relay will have daily coverage, previews, recaps and analysis. Check … Read More
Six Underdeveloped US-Canada Rivalries in Track & FieldJune 2, 2015 | Jesse Squire | One Comment
As usual, the 2015 Prefontaine Classic was a fantastic meet. The majority of the world’s best athletes came to Hayward Field for great competition in beautiful weather administered by one of the best track and field organizations anywhere.
In … Read More
Monday Morning Run: Prefontaine Classic RecapJune 1, 2015 | Kevin Sully | 13 Comments
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I was in Eugene this past weekend taking in the Prefontaine Classic. If you are reading this site, I’m assuming you watched, or were there in person, and are all caught up on the results. … Read More