ICYMI: Team USA at the White House

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Yesterday, Team USA went to the White House for the honor of meeting the President. Read below to catch up on the events from the finest, fittest athletes on the planet! Click on the          icon next to

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American Medals; Sport-wide Doping

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from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechaser I didn’t watch much of the Olympics.  A big part of my inattention was I was sulking as a result of my poor Olympic Trials performance.  At the same time, I am having a

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Track Shorts 2016: Lap 8, the Olympics

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Well, I for one was entertained. Probably the most memorable Olympics for me since Montreal 1976. Certainly the AthleteBiz connection was a major reason. But I was also able to see so much more of the coverage. The live TV

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Hello From Rio!

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as originally posted on WiscNews I’ve been in Rio for two weeks now and am three days post-competition. Here’s a mini recap of my Heptathlon. Stepping on the Olympic track for the very first time was a feeling I’ll never

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From Aspiring Olympian to Fan

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Brianna Glenn moved on a few years ago from being a terrific long jump/sprinter with NCAA and USA Nat’l champion titles on her athletic resume. Brianna now runs her own boutique travel agency called Milk and Honey Travels. She specializes

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Abbey D’s “Unhappy Triad”

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We asked two clinicians who have contributed injury insights as guest bloggers on AthleteBiz for their take on Abbey D’Agostino’s knee injury. Emily Kraus and Brian Fullem’s comments are combined below: Abbey’s knee injury is commonly referred to in the

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On My Olympic Games

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from Kara Winger on Facebook This neat photo of me competing tonight doesn’t soften this blow, but I wanted to share it anyway. Unfortunately there is a lot more heartbreak at the Olympic Games than people like to think about. I

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Olympics: Our Common Bond, by Toni Reavis

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Toni is a respected, entertaining and often provocative voice in our sport. He delivers his voice through broadcasting, speeches, Running USA board service and written commentary. His love for our sport shines through even as he challenges and critiques its

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There’s nothing Political about Doping

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from the Track and Field Athletes Association This is an opinion written by Adam Nelson.  Adam is one of now a handful of athletes to be retroactively awarded a gold medal due to a positive drug test.   Before you throw

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Update on Team Johnson’s Road to Rio!

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by Crystal Johnson The opening ceremonies took place this past Friday and we highly enjoyed ourselves, taking them in as a family. Kibwé will be heading out to the Olympics on August 11th, and his training has been going fantastic.

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