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Track and Field News Archives - Daily Relay

Ten Cures for NCAA Track and Field Fever

June 8, 2015 | | 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

Daily News Roundup: Overly Strict NCAA Rules?

February 18, 2014 |

Do meets like this qualify for the NCAAs or not? Like everything in track, it’s overly complicated.

Earlier today a small furor erupted on Twitter regarding some collegiate marks made at Saturday’s Millrose Games. Initially, the 3:52.88 collegiate record mile … Read More

Daily News Roundup: Celebrity Pacemakers

February 17, 2014 |

Few runners ever become so popular that they are professional celebrities. This guy might be one of them.

The pacemaker as a feature of distance running has been part of the landscape since before Roger Bannister first broke 4:00 for … Read More

Daily News Roundup: First College Team Rankings

January 14, 2014 |

The year’s first college team rankings were released yesterday and today.

The USTFCCCA released its pre-season rankings yesterday, with Arkansas and Texas as the #1 men’s and women’s teams. Those rankings seek to predict national championships scoring potential.

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Inequality Killing College Sports

January 3, 2014 |

The current thinking is that wealth and income inequality is a scourge that ruins economies and hurts us all. The Pope thinks so. The President of the United States thinks so. America’s best-known Nobel economics laureate thinks so (and has … Read More