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Brazier/Solomon bounced, Richards-Ross bids adieu, Rupp beats the heatJuly 1, 2016 | Kevin Sully | 2 Comments
The Olympic Trials give unfulfilling answers to perfectly legitimate questions. Here’s one: how does someone go from running 1:43 in the 800 at the NCAA Championships to not being able to muster a 1:47 in the qualifying heats?
Donavan Brazier … Read More
Olympic Trials: Where They Come FromJune 30, 2016 | Jesse Squire | 2 Comments
The US Olympic Trials kicked off this morning with the 20 kilometer race walks, and the track and field action begins tomorrow in Eugene, Oregon. Our Daily Relay team will have wall-to-wall coverage of the battles for Olympic berths.
One … Read More
Chaos Reigned: An Oral History of the 2008 800m Olympic Trials FinalJune 27, 2016 | Kevin Sully | 5 Comments
Photo: Randy Miyazaki / TrackandFieldPhoto.com
As the noise descended from the bleachers at Hayward Field and penetrated underneath the west grandstand, Tom Pappas abandoned his warm-up. Pappas was minutes away from the last event of the decathlon at … Read More
Collegians running like pros, unanswered questions in the men’s 800m and Bolt putting the 100m to bed: Monday Morning RunJune 13, 2016 | Kevin Sully
It’s been three weeks since I showed up on a Monday. Hopefully, everyone has been checking out the weekly podcasts recapping all the goings on in the Diamond League and beyond.
For a full accounting of … Read More
NCAA Championships: Thoughts on Day 3June 11, 2016 | Jesse Squire | 2 Comments
Yesterday’s action at the NCAA Championships was wild and wooly, one of the most exciting championships in college history. Now that we have a split schedule, it was the conclusion of the men’s competition.
Your complete results are here.
Complete … Read More
NCAA Championships: What to Watch on FridayJune 10, 2016 | Jesse Squire | 2 Comments
The men’s side of the competition at the NCAA Championships reaches its conclusion today.
What I have for you today is a breakdown of your key links and information, an analysis of each of the team favorites, and a preview … Read More
NCAA Championships: Thoughts on Day 2June 10, 2016 | Jesse Squire
Random thoughts, news and views on day 2 of the NCAA track and field championships in Eugene, Oregon…
If you want full results, here’s your link.
Complete recaps are available from the USTFCCCA, The Oregonian, the Eugene Register-Guard, and Let’s … Read More
NCAA Championships: What to Watch on ThursdayJune 9, 2016 | Jesse Squire
The women’s side of the competition gets started today.
The NCAA Championships continue today at Oregon’s historic* Hayward Field, and we coverage right here at the Daily Relay.
(*I am told that Larry Rawson will begin to tell you about … Read More
NCAA Championships: Thoughts on Day 1June 9, 2016 | Jesse Squire | 3 Comments
Edward Cheserek won yet another NCAA title last night, but he can’t do it all for his Oregon Ducks if they are to retain their team championship.
Just like all of you, I’m following the NCAA Championships at home this … Read More
NCAA Championships: What to Watch on WednesdayJune 8, 2016 | Jesse Squire
The NCAA Championships begin today at Oregon’s historic* Hayward Field, and we’ll have our own inimitable style of coverage right here at the Daily Relay.
(*I am told that Nike lawyers will slap you with a lawsuit if you do … Read More