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Posted on in ATHLETES/RUNNING/SOS PRO'S/USA

Team SOS Impress At The Pre Classic

On a hot and humid day in Eugene, Team SOS was well and truly in the mix at the Nike Prefontaine Classic. Giant slayer Ronnie Baker took out the 100m in an impressive 9.86 seconds, while Olympic 800m medalist Clayton Murphy made a big impression on the Bowerman mile running 3:51.  In the International mile… Keep Reading

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Guess who’s back? Sheila’s back. Tell a friend…

By David Monti, @d9monti (c) 2017 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved Coming down the homestretch of the women’s 1500m at last Friday’s USATF Distance Classic in Los Angeles, Sheila Reid was the picture of strength.  The 27 year-old Canadian Olympian, who won four NCAA titles for Villanova, was battling American 1500m record holder Shannon… Keep Reading

Posted on in AUSTRALIA/BLOGS/RUNNING/SOS PRO'S/USA

LET’S GET MENTAL: A blog by Heidi See

When we talk about fitness in a literal sense, we think about being physically fit and healthy. But for me, and many other people in my position, fitness is often the the foundation for every life decision I make. If I’m not reaching my full potential physically, I am unable to do my job right.… Keep Reading

Posted on in INDY CAR/NEW ZEALAND/SOS PRO'S/USA

Scott Dixon Runner-Up at Indy Grand Prix

Scott Dixon was left chasing Australian rival Will Power in the IndyCar Grand Prix, ultimately having to settle for runner-up in the Indy Grand Prix on May 14.   The Australian completed a dominant first weekend in Indianapolis by easily pulling away from Dixon by 5.2830 seconds for his first victory of the season and Team Penske’s third… Keep Reading

Posted on in ATHLETES/INTERVIEWS/RUNNING/SOS PRO'S/USA

Going Han Solo: The Andrew Wheating Story

Andrew Wheating is from “back east”, yet has spent over a decade holding some sort of Oregon-team membership card. In college he ran at the University of Oregon, which was then by followed Oregon Track Club. Throughout that time he has been to two Olympic Games, and his 3:30.90 for 1500m ranks 4th all-time in the… Keep Reading

Posted on in INDY CAR/NEW ZEALAND/SOS PRO'S/USA

Scott Dixon finishes 5th in Phoenix

Defending champion Scott Dixon was made to settle for fifth at the fourth round of the IndyCar Series – the Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix – at Phoenix International Raceway on April 29. The Kiwi, who qualified eighth, in the end finished a lap down, with defending series champion Simon Pagenaud taking advantage of a caution flag that… Keep Reading

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