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Oregon's Devon Allen Leaves Team To Focus On Professional Track And Field Career

Oregon's Devon Allen Leaves Team To Focus On Professional Track And Field Career

Devon Allen is a receiver for Oregon who was an integral part of the 2014 Marcus Mariota-led squad that finished second in the nation, but he’s perhaps most famous for his star turn at the Rio
Stan Huntsman, Track and Field’s Mentor and Passionate Defender, Dies at 84

Stan Huntsman, Track and Field’s Mentor and Passionate Defender, Dies at 84

As coach of the Tennessee men’s track and field team in 1974, Stan Huntsman was dunked after winning a national title.
Report: Kenya's Olympic Team Was Torpedoed By Their Own Comically Corrupt Officials

Report: Kenya's Olympic Team Was Torpedoed By Their Own Comically Corrupt Officials

Kenya finished the Rio Olympics with 13 track and field medals, second only to the United States who finished with 32. That’s a gulf, not a gap, but after reading details about how thoroughly the team

Sports Briefing: No. 11 U.C.L.A. Upsets No. 1 Kentucky

Isaac Hamilton scored 19 points, T.J. Leaf had 17 with 13 rebounds, and No. 11 U.C.L.A. shot 53 percent to beat No. 1 Kentucky (7-1) by 97-92.
On Running: Nick Symmonds, a Polarizing Force in Track and Field, Announces Retirement Plans

On Running: Nick Symmonds, a Polarizing Force in Track and Field, Announces Retirement Plans

Nick Symmonds celebrated winning silver in the 800 meters at the 2013 world track and field championships in Moscow.
How Sports' Idiotic War On Drugs Might've Helped Give Us President Trump

How Sports' Idiotic War On Drugs Might've Helped Give Us President Trump

It begins with the cyclists, of course. Just before the 1998 Tour de France, a Belgian trainer named Willy Voet was arrested while crossing the border into France because his car was filled with a
A 45.7-Meter Field Goal? The Indy 805K? Florida Stokes the Metric Debate.

A 45.7-Meter Field Goal? The Indy 805K? Florida Stokes the Metric Debate.

Tristan Schultheis, of Astronaut High School, competing in the high jump at the Florida High School State Athletic Association state track and field finals on May 6, 2016, in Bradenton, Fla.
A 45.7-Meter Field Goal? The Indy 805K? Florida Stokes the Metric Debate.

A 45.7-Meter Field Goal? The Indy 805K? Florida Stokes the Metric Debate.

Tristan Schultheis, of Astronaut High School, competing in the high jump at the Florida High School State Athletic Association state track and field finals on May 6, 2016, in Bradenton, Fla.
Usain Bolt Stripped of Gold Medal After Relay Teammate Found Guilty of Doping

Usain Bolt Stripped of Gold Medal After Relay Teammate Found Guilty of Doping

Nesta Carter, left, and Usain Bolt after winning the gold medal in the 4x100-meter relay at the 2008 Olympics.
Usain Bolt Just Lost A Gold Medal

Usain Bolt Just Lost A Gold Medal

Usain Bolt and the rest of Jamaica’s 4 x 100m relay team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics have been stripped of their gold medals after a stored doping sample from one of the runners, Nesta Carter, tested
Yuliya Stepanova, Russian Doping Whistle-Blower, Starts Anew on Track

Yuliya Stepanova, Russian Doping Whistle-Blower, Starts Anew on Track

Yuliya Stepanova, a former member of Russia’s national team who helped expose state-sponsored doping in the country, competed in the 800 meters at the Indoor Grand Prix in Boston on Saturday. She ran

Boston Bruins Fire Coach Claude Julien

The Bruins are in danger of missing the playoffs for a third straight season.
Americans Set Records at Millrose Games

Americans Set Records at Millrose Games

Courtney Okolo set a world indoor record of 1 minute 7.34 seconds in the women’s 500 meters.
Runner Foiled By Pole Vaulter's Giant Rubber Band

Runner Foiled By Pole Vaulter's Giant Rubber Band

Aengus Meldon of the National University of Ireland Galway was caught in the final stretch of the 800-meter preliminary at the Irish University Indoor Championship on Friday, but not by another
Sports Briefing: Three Russian Track and Field Athletes Cleared to Compete

Sports Briefing: Three Russian Track and Field Athletes Cleared to Compete

The Russian pole-vaulter Anzhelika Sidorova will be allowed to compete at next month’s European indoor championships.
Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona

Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona

Feyisa Lilesa, who has not been back to Ethiopia since his protest at the marathon finish in the Rio Olympics last August, on a training run in Sedona, Ariz., not far from his new home in Flagstaff.
The IAAF Seeks To Restrict The Market For African Runners

The IAAF Seeks To Restrict The Market For African Runners

Kenya-born Yasemin Can and Meryem Akda, competing for Turkey, won gold and silver respectively at the 2016 European Cross Country Championships in November. The Irish Independent wrote that Ireland’s
Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona

Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona

Feyisa Lilesa, who has not been back to Ethiopia since his protest at the marathon finish in the Rio Olympics last August, on a training run in Sedona, Ariz., not far from his new home in Flagstaff.
Blade Runner Tests Limits of Prosthetics, Years After Oscar Pistorius

Blade Runner Tests Limits of Prosthetics, Years After Oscar Pistorius

Hunter Woodhall, 18, working out on his prosthetic blades this week at the Armory track in Manhattan, site of the New Balance Nationals Indoor.
Norbert W. Sander Jr., Champion of New York Running, Dies at 74

Norbert W. Sander Jr., Champion of New York Running, Dies at 74

Dr. Norbert Sander at the Armory Track and Field Center in 2008. He helped bring the Millrose Games to the facility.