Summer of ’81 and the Cascade Run Off 15K

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by Anne Audain On June 28th, 1981 in Portland, Oregon after the Cascade Run Off 15K, I made a decision that changed my life and the lives of hundreds of Track and Field athletes around the world and future Olympians

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Track Shorts 2017: Lap 4

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March is like that song by the band Dawes – “A Little Bit of Everything.”  A little bit of 70 degrees, a little bit of blizzard, a little bit of gale force winds, a little bit of sun.  The month

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Track Shorts 2017: Lap 3

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While ABers picked up some gold at last weekend’s USATF Indoor Championships, the dominant colors were silver and bronze. By my count, the tally was four gold, eight silver and eight bronze. Beyond the medals though, ABers were a significant

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The Gate River Run

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On March 11th, people will line up in Jacksonville, Florida for the 40th running of the Gate River Run. 40 YEARS! 40 years of continuous commitment to this being a race that draws the best runners in the USA. 40

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Farewell to February

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from Running Joyfully How is it already March? Man, February just flew by, which means that track season is just around the corner! I’ve been putting in the miles the past two months (more than ever outside of marathon training!),

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Happy Birthday Lianne, Heather, & Tara!

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From everyone at AthleteBiz, wishing Lianne Farber, Heather Wilson, and Tara Welling all a very Happy Birthday! Meet Lianne Birthday: June 12 Event: 1500 Meters Training Group: NorCal Distance Project Full House: Lianne lives with 9 roommates, 3 cats, and a

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Build up to Olympics Continues

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Miranda Melville earns 10th National Title For the 5th consecutive year, Miranda Melville has won the USATF 15K senior women’s National Race Walking Championships in Riverside, California. Her win came just 1 week after she raced at the World Race

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Track Shorts 2016: Lap 3

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For 10 days Portland borrowed the mantle of “Tracktown USA” from neighboring Eugene as it hosted first the US Indoor Nationals, then the World Indoor Championships. All reports suggest it was a success. And while those events naturally captured much

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