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Team USA London Roster

INDIANAPOLIS - Four reigning Olympic Champions and eight current world champions highlight the Team USA roster nominated to the U.S. Olympic Committee by USA Track & Field. A roster of 127 men and women stands ready represent the U.S. in track competition August 3 - 12 in London. … [Read more...]

Tarmoh withdraws from 100m

EUGENE, Ore. - Jeneba Tarmoh has withdrawn herself from consideration for one of three Olympic Team positions in the women’s 100 meters. In an email forwarded to USATF President and Chairman Stephanie Hightower at 9:37 a.m. Pacific Time by her agent, Kimberly Holland, Tarmoh said,“I Jeneba Tarmoh have decided to … [Read more...]

Culley grabs Women’s 5000m

EUGENE, Ore. - June 28, 2012 - Julie Culley spent most of the 5000 meter finals out of the limelight on Thursday night, choosing to let others establish the pace upfront and conserving energy for the final surge. … [Read more...]

Rupp does the Double

EUGENE, Ore. - June 28, 2012 - Just as the record crowd Thursday night at legendary Hayward Field was settling down after a thrilling women's 5000 meter final, 16 men took to the wet evening track in what would be a most fitting end of the day in the final event - the men's 5000 meter final. … [Read more...]

Manzano named Athlete of the Week

INDIANAPOLIS - Leo Manzano has been named USA Track & Field's Athlete of the Week after winning the Emsley Carr Mile at the Aviva London Grand Prix Saturday. Manzano ran a smart race, starting near the back of the pack and gradually improving his position. As the leaders hit the bell lap, the 2008 Olympian sat … [Read more...]