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First off, Happy Thanksgiving! Ok last week we had to abandon the track due to the frost that funkifies the track some times this time of year. Wel...

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  • Amy Begley Named Coach of Atlanta Track Club

    24 Nov 2014 | 12:23 pm

    Amy Begley Named Coach of Atlanta Track Club Olympian Will Lead Expansion of Training Programs at All Levels - ATLANTA, November 24, 2014– Following through on its commitment to build new centralized training programs to meet the needs of its 21,000 beginner, committed and elite members, Atlanta Track Club announced today that it has hired Amy Begley, a 2008 US Olympian, as the first full-time head coach in the Club’s 50-year history. Among Atlanta Track Club’s stated goals is to develop at least one male and one female[…]

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  • Michigan State caps historic season with first women's cross country crown

    24 Nov 2014 | 11:33 am

    Michigan State caps historic season with first women's cross country crown (photo: AJ Mast | NCAA Photos)TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- A team full of Michigan natives gave Michigan State its first NCAA team championship in any women’s sport Saturday. The top-ranked Spartans dominated the field with four runners in the top 25, posting a score of 85 to hold off a solid effort by second-place Iowa State (147). New Mexico was third, edging No. 2 Georgetown by a point. Bringing home the university’s first title in the women’s side of the[…]

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  • Colorado repeats as national champion, Ducks' Cheserek takes individual race

    24 Nov 2014 | 11:27 am

    Colorado repeats as national champion, Ducks' Cheserek takes individual race TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Two of the top programs in NCAA men’s cross country made history Saturday at LaVern Gibson Championship Course. Colorado brought home its fifth men’s NCAA team championship -- all since the 2001 season under coach Mark Wetmore -- and Oregon sophomore Edward Cheserek and senior Eric Jenkins teamed for the first 1-2 finish for any program in 25 years. The Buffaloes put three runners in the top 10 as junior Ammar Moussa was fifth, sophomore Ben[…]

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  • Japan comes from behind to win Chiba Ekiden

    24 Nov 2014 | 11:13 am

    Japan comes from behind to win Chiba Ekiden For the first time in five years, host nation Japan won the Chiba International Ekiden, a mixed six-stage relay held over the marathon distance on Monday (24), coming from behind to overhaul defending champions Kenya on the sixth and final stage. The race started with Australia and New Zealand fighting for the lead on the first stage, but then Russia took over the lead on stage two. The third and fourth stages were between Russia and Japan, but the race[…]

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