Happy Birthday Kaitlin and Ryan!

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From all of us at AthleteBiz, wishing Kaitlin Goodman and Ryan Hill a very Happy Birthday! Get to know Kaitlin Event: Marathon Training Group: Strava Track Club Hard Work and Determination: Kaitlin has had a steady rise on the elite running scene,

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Happy Birthday Keshia!

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Wishing Keshia Baker-Kirtz a very Happy Birthday from everyone at AthleteBiz! Get to know Keshia Event: 400 Meters The Gold Standard: Keshia earned Olympic Gold at the London Games as part of the women’s 4×400 meter relay team Doing It Off The

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Trey Hardee on Track & Field

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Trey Hardee is an athlete with a capital A. Two time Olympian and Silver Medalist, Two time World Champion in the most demanding of T&F events, the Decathlon. Trey is also a keen, thoughtful observer of our sport. With his

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Shooting Arrows

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from Yep. It’s Klep. I want to keep the aim of this post short and accurate… unlike the cryptic, pictured twin arrows that have taken an unfortunate turn into the earth, slowly decaying and crumbling beside an old abandoned building

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Representing Team USA in Scotland

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from Running Joyfully Earlier this month I had the awesome opportunity to represent Team USA in Scotland at the Great Edinburgh International Cross Country Challenge. It was my first time racing in the red, white, and blue and I was

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The Practice of Happiness

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Marathon training can be scary. But for me, it’s not for the reasons you might think. In college, I was obsessive about my training. I’d agonize over every second that I ran over the times my coach gave me, and relish in

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Ups and Downs of Marathon Training

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from Tyler Pennel Running 3 Weeks to go! January 17 – 23 Morning Afternoon Notes Sunday 8 Core Monday 10 6 10 x 35 sec, Core Tuesday 21 Long Run Wednesday 8 6 Core Thursday 8 Friday Off Saturday 6

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Track Shorts 2016: Opening Lap

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Yes, this is a year with our favorite quadrennial event – leap year…the European soccer championships…the presidential election…the Summer Olympics.  Most of our sport’s events take place within the context of that larger competition and its riveting preliminary, the Olympic

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Breakfast with Lance

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When it’s time to start your day, how do you get fueled up? A bowl of cereal if you’re lucky and a cup of coffee as you run out the door? Well, if you can throw a discus over 200 feet,

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Staying American

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If all had gone to plan, 2016 would have marked the year I’d first represent Austria in the Olympic Marathon. No, it never even got to the stage of writing contracts or contacting immigration, but discussions with a higher up

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