Maximizing Potential: Meet David Kendziera

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Name: David KendzieraEvent: 110mH, 400mHHometown: Mount Prospect, ILHigh School: Prospect High SchoolCollege/University: University of IllinoisTraining City: Chapel Hill, NCAccolades: 10x NCAA All-American, 4x NCAA Championship medalist, 2019 USA vs Europe Gold Medalist (400mH) How were you introduced to track, and

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My Race Walk Story

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After much pressure from my husband and some gentle nudges from a friend I am finally making a space for myself to write. I am hoping that this will be a way to share not only about my training and

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An Injury Chapter

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This isn’t the most exciting chapter of any athlete’s journey, but it is usually a part of it. I’ve recently experienced a knee injury and I am in the process of rehabilitating it and getting back to normal training. I’ll

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The Impossibility of Going from Couch Potato to 4th in the World

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by Katie Burnett In November of 2008 I wasn’t doing a whole lot of anything. I was barely motivated to do my schoolwork, sat around a lot of the day, watched my friends play video games, hardly picking up a

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Since TCM

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Nov 15, 2019 Greetings, I’m currently traveling to Florida to compete in the Flanigan’s Rockin Rib 10k.  It’s always awesome returning to this race every year as this was the first race I traveled to as an elite athlete in

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Be Wary of Training Under the Full Moon

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Having just returned from China a week ago, I was thinking back to the first time I returned from China; it’s a spooky tale, just in time for Halloween.  It was May 14th, 2014, midweek. I had returned from a

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Testimony Tuesday (Week 3) I Tore My Hamstring and I Saw My Spirit Animal

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Welcome to my AthleteBiz website!

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Danny Docherty Mile 21 2019 Twin Cities Marathon

Welcome! This is my first blog post ever on the AthleteBiz website platform.  AB is a community of high-level track and field athletes with the mission of inspiring others while also empowering athletes in their athletic endeavors.  I will plan

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New Beginnings

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Hello to everyone out there! If you are here, then there is a good chance you know of me as a runner, a friend, or a family member. Who knows, maybe a combination of those! It can definitely be a

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The Achilles Tendon: What Goes Wrong for Runners

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Reposted with permission from Dr. Brian Fullem. Original article posted at Podium Runner Dr. Brian Fullem practices at Elite Sports Podiatry in Clearwater, FL. He ran 14:25 for 5K while at Bucknell University. This is the continuation in a series of articles

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