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TSX DAILY: USOPC Hall of Fame voting open, and our picks ~ fabulous Meeting...

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 26 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: You can vote on the next class for the U.S. Olympic Hall of...

ATHLETICS Panorama: Coleman doping hearing coming September 4; Duplantis clears 6.00 m vs. Finland

American sprinter Christian Coleman, the world leader in the 100 m and favorite in the upcoming IAAF World Championships, will have a hearing on...

ATHLETICS: Lyles storms 19.65, Roberts smooth in 13.08, Claye over 59 in Meeting de...

It’s still a month until the IAAF World Championships in Qatar, but some of the favorites became clearer at the Meeting de Paris on...

TSX DAILY: Track & field fans who want the sport to be more popular...

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 23 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: If you think track & field could once again be a high-profile sport,...

ATHLETICS Preview: Lyles, Kipruto, Holloway return to the track for Meeting de Paris Saturday

The final “regular-season” meet in the IAAF Diamond League series comes Saturday at the Stade de Charlety in Paris, France, with places in the...

ATHLETICS: Miller-Uibo, Wilson and Williams star in wind-swept Diamond League in Birmingham

“It's a beautiful place. I better pack a raincoat and a sweater next time.” American 400 m runner Obi Igbokwe just about summed up the...

ATHLETICS Preview: Fraser-Pryce vs. Miller-Uibo at 200 m headlines Diamond League in Birmingham

After almost a month off for national championships (and the Pan American Games in the Western Hemisphere), the IAAF Diamond League resumes in Birmingham...

ATHLETICS Preview: U.S. sprint sensations can only get to Doha through the USATF Nationals...

One of the hallmarks of the U.S. qualifying system in track & field is earning your place. With few exceptions, if you want to...

ATHLETICS Preview: Lyles looks to regain 200 m supremacy, Roberts makes pro hurdles debut...

If it’s Sunday, it was Stanford; if it’s Friday, it must be Lausanne, as the eighth of 14 IAAF Diamond League meets gets ready...

LANE ONE: The NCAA is on the way to creating a new 1%: collegiate...

After losing some rounds in court battles that did not deliver any clear decisions, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has formed “a working...

LANE ONE: How the NCAA Championships turned the track & field world around in...

To most of the world, the kind of performances seen at last weekend’s NCAA Track & Field Championships seem unimaginable. A meet of college athletes...

ATHLETICS Panorama: Holloway beats Roberts at NCAAs in collegiate record 12.98! Oduduru 9.86! Montgomery...

It was supposed to be great, and it was. Florida’s Grant Holloway and Kentucky’s Daniel Roberts had been dueling through the SEC Championships and...

HEARD AFTER HALFTIME: World-leading 13.06 for Roberts at NCAAs, IAAF replies to the Swiss...

News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Athletics ● The first day of the NCAA Division I Championships in...

ATHLETICS Flash: Roberts beats Holloway in SEC final, matches 13.07 world-leader, plus 6.00 m...

Even while the IAAF World Relays are ongoing in Yokohama (JPN), the Southeastern Conference Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas has been the performance center of...

ATHLETICS Flash: World-leading 13.07 for Grant Holloway in SEC Prelims!

The conditions were perfect at John McDonnell Field at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville for the Southeastern Conference Championships, and Florida’s Grant Holloway...

ATHLETICS: Roberts upsets McLeod, Nilsen beats Kendricks, Harrison 12.65w in frigid Drake Relays

A weekend that should have been filled with fun was a victim of weather as wind took down some of the relay marks at...

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