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Doug Flutie 5K Registration Now Live

  The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, Inc.   Proudly Serving the Autism Community  for over 10 years! Donate Today! Please help the Flutie Foundation continue to fund programs and services for families.   Our 2010 Grant Guidelines are live! Visit our website to learn more Visit us on …

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Track & Field Announcer Scott Davis Dies

NDIANAPOLIS – World renowned track and field statistician, meet director and public address announcer Scott Davis died Wednesday at his home in Cerritos, Calif.  He was 67.  Known to many as the voice of track and field in the United States, Davis beat back cancer twice in recent years before …

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Running USA Annual Report – Road Racing Trends

Road Running reaches new heights with more than 10 million finishers, 17,000 events in U.S. for 2009; Half-Marathon, Marathon and 5K lead the charge   COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – (August 4, 2010) – Road Running continued its “boom” in 2009 with another record year of participation. Despite the lingering recession, the …

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Bridge of Flowers Looks for Women’s Parity

 In an effort to attain a 51 percent female participation rate in the 2010 Bridge of Flowers 10k Classic, the race’s organizing committee will introduce several changes to the Shelburne Falls event. The effort arose when race director Mike McCusker discovered that only 47.7 percent of racers in the 2009 event …

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US Garners 1st Gold on Day 5 of World Jrs.

Kendrick storms to Team USA’s first gold on day five of IAAF World Junior Championships MONCTON, CANADA — In what must surely rank as the upset of the meet, Clemson’s Stormy Kendrick ran a spectacular curve and held on down the stretch to win the women’s 200 in 22.99 for …

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PC’s Greany in Steeple Pile-Up at World Juniors

Pendleton silver, Nolan bronze pace Team USA on day four of IAAF World Junior Championships MONCTON, CANADA – Michigan’s Erin Pendleton had the best series of her life Thursday on the way to a sliver medal in the discus at the 13th IAAF World Junior Championships, and Houston’s Errol Nolan …

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High Schooler Stinson Runs Best US 10K at World Juniors

Stinson’s record 10K finish tops Team USA performances on day two of IAAF World Junior Championships  MONCTON, CANADA — Texas high schooler Parker Stinson turned in the best finish ever by an American in the men’s 10,000-meters Tuesday, crushing his lifetime best by more than a minute to take sixth …

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Oliver Sets US Record, Usain Bolt Edges Asafa Powell

Oliver powers through to new American record INDIANAPOLIS – 2010 USA Outdoors champion David Oliver set the American record in the men’s 110m hurdles Friday night in Paris at the Samsung IAAF Diamond League Meeting Areva.   With his long and strong strides, Oliver made a quick start to lead …

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Inaugural Patriot’s Place 10K Draws 3,341 Entrants

Hopkinton's Keiron Tumbleton led the Thundering Herd in the early going this July 4 at Gillette Stadium. Among the 2,966 runners in his wake was 19 year-old Minnesota High School track man Jon-Michael Brandt. In town while his brother competed in a cycling race in Fitchburg, Brandt was drawn to …

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