The Success in Failure

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from Oh, That’s Tiana Hey Bloggers/Bloggettes/Trackletes! As a professional track and field athlete, of COURSE it is my duty to watch the 2015 IAAF World Championships transpiring in Beijing (while crying on the inside that I’m not there and eating a

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Runner Recipes – UCAN Pancakes from Heidi Greenwood

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from Running Joyfully Runner Recipes is back, and this time we have a tasty breakfast recipe from my friend and elite marathoner Heidi Greenwood. Heidi and I met in 2013 when we were both living in Cleveland, where our husbands

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ICYMI: Post-WCs Reflections

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With the conclusion of the World Championships in Beijing, the finest, fittest athletes take a moment to reflect on the event with perspective, resilience, humor, and thanks, and set their sights on the future.   Molly Beckwith-Ludlow It was an incredible

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Reflecting on USA Performances in Beijing

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Let’s not allow for us not getting medals in events that we are used to getting them in take away from the hard work and accomplishments of this championship! Michelle Carter won USA’s second outdoor bronze medal in the women’s

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Happy Birthday Tori!

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From all of us at AthleteBiz, wishing Tori Bowie a very Happy Birthday! Get to know Tori: Event: 100 & 200 Meters, Long Jump She’s Consistent: Tori took bronze at the 2015 World Championships in the 100m. Her times across the three

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Things We Love

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There are many great organizations that help make the dream possible for the finest, fittest athletes on the planet. Below are a few that caught our eye this week.   Matt Llano Ten mile trail run this morning followed by

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National Dog Day

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Is there anything better after a long day than snuggling up with your pup? For National Dog Day, check out some stories from the finest, fittest athletes on the planet as they share about their four-legged friends. Genna Hartung Here

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Jim Spivey on the Election of Seb Coe

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Our good friend and legendary runner Jim Spivey shared with AthleteBiz his thoughts on Seb Coe, the new international leader of our sport, delivered in an interview with RunBlogRun/Larry Eder/Jeff Benjamin. It is a great day for Track & Field

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The Continuing Journey

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from Neely Runs   Starting is the hardest part. This applies to more than just blog writing. It’s applicable to running, going to the gym, beginning of the week, getting in the pool, waking up and starting the day… but

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Steepling History

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from Facebook   As I warmed up for the morning steeplechase prelim, I thought back to the adventure I’ve been on in 2015: the 1000m repeats in Sedona, the long runs with my amazing training partners, the abandoned desserts, the

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