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6.23.16

Lake Braddock’s Kate Murphy prepares for Olympic Trials

“I’m running as fast as I can, but I go faster with competition. I...


6.22.16

My First Sub-4

I see Randy Melancon in the infield. He looks me straight in the...


6.18.16

HS Junior Kate Murphy Clocks 4:07, Qualifies for Olympic Trials 1500

“I knew this was one of my last shots at getting it [the Trials...


6.25.16

Hunter Recovering from Bout with Lyme Disease

Back to full-tilt training, the #8 sub-4 U.S. HSer and Oregon bound...


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Hunter Recovering from Bout with Lyme Disease

June 25, 2016

Back to full-tilt training, the #8 sub-4 U.S. HSer and Oregon bound athlete is feeling great and has gotten green lights from his doctors.

By Jeff Hollobaugh for Track & Field News

Where is Drew Hunter? The drumbeat is starting to sound on the Internet about the nation’s top prep distance...

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Lake Braddock’s Kate Murphy prepares for Olympic Trials

June 23, 2016

“I’m running as fast as I can, but I go faster with competition. I still don’t know what my limit is.”

By Charlie Ban, Run Washington

Kate Murphy knows she can run faster in the 1500 meters, she just needs competition.

She’ll finally get it July 7, when she races the first round of the U.S....

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My First Sub-4

June 22, 2016

I see Randy Melancon in the infield. He looks me straight in the eyes, puts his head down and pumps his arms like a sprinter. I remember that like it was yesterday and I still thank him.

By Jim Hill

It sounds simple. Four laps of 440 yards, each just under 60 seconds. The third lap is the...

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Students at Plainville’s Toffolon School run Mile in historic times

June 21, 2016

“I’m proud of these students. They made a goal and achieved it!"

From The Bristol Press

Four new names have been added to Toffolon School’s “Top Ten Milers” Board in Plainville.

The board lists the students with the 10 fastest times for the Mile run in the history of Toffolon School....

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