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When is a race not a race? How about when you run the fastest time and don’t win? That’s a good place to start.
The Great Gebrselassie Breaks 2:04: Is Sub Two on the Horizon?
How low can they go? In September, Ethiopian distance running great Haile Gebrselassie became the first marathoner to break the 2:04 barrier, authoring an astonishing 2:03:59 in the Berlin Marathon.
Joanne Dow – Olympic Dream Burns Brightly in Beijing
Joanne Dow will make her Olympic debut for the United States on August 21st in Beijing where she will compete in the 20k racewalk. At age 44, this mother of two teenage children is not only the oldest member of the U.S. Olympic track and field team, but she is also a portrait in perseverance, resilience, courage, and determination.
Running is green, right?
Or is it?
Going Fourth at the Olympic Trials: The Worst Place to Be
The Olympic Trials are cruel their democracy: you either make or you don’t, no subjectivity involved.
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