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  • 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon Program

    The 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon is one of the most highly anticipated Marathon Trials marathons in recent memory. With an intense battle for 26.2 miles on both the men's and women's sides, each race will have its own drama. NBC will be televising the race live from 10 am PST to 1 PM PST on Saturday, February 13, 2016. If you are in Los Angeles, come down and watch the race as both races Read More
  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (FEB 2, 2016)

    Top times expected in distances DUSSELDORF (GER): One of the highlights of the 11th PSD Bank Meeting in Dusseldorf on Wednesday (EA Indoor Permit) will be the head-to-head between reigning world champion Shawn Barber and 2013 world champion Raphael Holzdeppe in the pole vault. Barber leads the world rankings with a 6.00m clearance but Holzdeppe had the beating of the Canadian when they met in Rouen on 23 Jan where the German cleared an indoor Read More
  • Brooks Running Launches New Global Brand Campaign

    “Live the Way You Run. Run Happy.” Celebrates the Transformative Power of Running - Seattle – Feb. 2, 2016 – Brook Running unveiled a new global brand campaign entitled “Live the way you run. Run happy.” communicating the positive impact running has on a person’s life. The campaign, created in partnership with Leo Burnett Chicago, demonstrates Brooks’ deeply held belief in the transformational power of the run and will be supported by broadcast, social, influencer, print and Read More
  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JAN 29, 2016)

    Vlasic opens with 195 - SPLIT (CRO, Jan 29): World Champion Blanka Vlasic started her season at the home meet in Split in the Gripe Arena. She jumped three times, all first time clearances at 185, 191 and 195 and won. She also had one attempt at World leading two meters. The meet had a five years break. Second Czech World Youth Champion Michaela Hruba improved to national junior record 193. Third Nadezda Dusanova from Uzbekistan Read More
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  • 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon Program
    2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon Program

    The 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon is one of the most highly anticipated Marathon Trials marathons in recent memory. With an intense battle for 26.2 miles on both the men's and women's sides, each race will have its own drama. NBC will be televising the race live from 10 am PST to 1 PM PST on Saturday, February 13, 2016. If you are in Los Angeles, come down and watch the race as both races have their own battles and own drama.

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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (FEB 2, 2016)

    Top times expected in distances DUSSELDORF (GER): One of the highlights of the 11th PSD Bank Meeting in Dusseldorf on Wednesday (EA Indoor Permit) will be the head-to-head between reigning world champion Shawn Barber and 2013 world champion Raphael Holzdeppe in the pole vault. Barber leads the world rankings with a 6.00m clearance but Holzdeppe had the beating of the Canadian when they met in Rouen on 23 Jan where the German cleared an indoor PB of 5.84m. The field also includes reigning world indoor champion Kostas Filippidis from Greece. Fresh from equalling the German indoor 60m record of 6.53 this weekend, Julian Reus takes on top sprinters such as Kim Collins and Mike Rodgers while recently crowned European junior indoor record-holder at 7.13 Ewa Svoboda from Poland, 18, highlights the women’s 60m. The programme also includes two good 60m hurdles line-ups: Orlando Ortega, Garfield Darien and Dimitri Bascou are among the leading names in the men’s 60m hurdles while world medallists Cindy Roleder and Alina Talay face world indoor champion Nia Ali in the women’s event. Other good contests include Adam Kszczot vs. Pierre-Ambroise Bosse vs. Alfred Kipketer in the 800m, Silas Kiplagat vs. Elijah Manangoi vs. Jakub Holusa in the 1500m, Caleb Ndiku vs. Edwin Soi vs. Isaiah Koech vs. Yenew Alamirew in the 3000m and world silver medallist Shara Proctor vs. world bronze medallist Ivana Spanovic in the long jump. In women 800 m European indoor champion Selina Buchel takes on Poland´s European medalist 2014 Joanna Jozwik. Home triple jumper Kristin Gierisch could be one of the German winners of the evening.

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  • Brooks Running Launches New Global Brand Campaign
    Brooks Running Launches New Global Brand Campaign

    “Live the Way You Run. Run Happy.” Celebrates the Transformative Power of Running - Seattle – Feb. 2, 2016Brook Running unveiled a new global brand campaign entitled “Live the way you run. Run happy.” communicating the positive impact running has on a person’s life. The campaign, created in partnership with Leo Burnett Chicago, demonstrates Brooks’ deeply held belief in the transformational power of the run and will be supported by broadcast, social, influencer, print and digital components. Each component of the campaign will bring to life different unique running journeys, representing the full spectrum of the truth and joy of running.

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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JAN 29, 2016)
    News From Around the World - EME NEWS (JAN 29, 2016)

    Vlasic opens with 195 - SPLIT (CRO, Jan 29): World Champion Blanka Vlasic started her season at the home meet in Split in the Gripe Arena. She jumped three times, all first time clearances at 185, 191 and 195 and won. She also had one attempt at World leading two meters. The meet had a five years break. Second Czech World Youth Champion Michaela Hruba improved to national junior record 193. Third Nadezda Dusanova from Uzbekistan 188. Only 7th the second local top jumper Ana Simic with 182.

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  • Bedan Karoki and Violah Jepchumba beat quality fields to emerge as winners of the 25th Nike Discovery Cross Country, a view from Kenya, by Justin Lagat

    RunBlogRun 7 Feb 2016 | 5:56 am

    Bedan Karoki and Violah Jepchumba beat quality fields to emerge as winners of the 25th Nike Discovery Cross Country, a view from Kenya, by Justin Lagat Senior women's race, Violah Jepchumba (2772) on the lead, photo by Justin Lagat Karoki versus Kamworor, photo by Justin Lagat The 25th Nike Discovery Cross Country, held on January 31, was a fine meet, with some surprising results. Read Justin Lagat's fine article on the races, and the surprises in one of the most important cross country events in Kenya. Bedan Karoki and Violah Jepchumba beat quality fields to emerge as winners of the 25th Nike Discovery Cross Country In[…]

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  • 2016 U. S. Olympic Marathon Trials, Digital edition

    RunBlogRun 6 Feb 2016 | 1:02 pm

    2016 U. S. Olympic Marathon Trials, Digital edition The 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon is one of the most highly anticipated Marathon Trials marathons in recent memory. With an intense battle for 26.2 miles on both the men's and women's sides, each race will have its own drama. NBC will be televising the race live from 10 am PST to 1 PM PST on Saturday, February 13, 2016. If you are in Los Angeles, come down and watch the race as both races have their own battles and[…]

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  • Sore achilles end Jessica Ennis-Hill's indoor season, by EME News (source: PA)

    RunBlogRun 5 Feb 2016 | 6:23 pm

    Sore achilles end Jessica Ennis-Hill's indoor season, by EME News (source: PA) Jessica Ennis-Hill, photo by PhotoRun.net SHEFFIELD (GBR): Olympic and world heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill has been forced to miss the indoor season due to soreness in her right Achilles, reports PA. "I know the warning signs with the Achilles now, I know when it's starting to stiffen up and when it's becoming sore that there's potentially a problem there. Just in training it was stiffening up a little bit and becoming a bit aggravated so obviously as soon as I[…]

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  • Bernard Lagat retires from track in 2016, then, the roads, from EME News (sources: IAAF)

    RunBlogRun 5 Feb 2016 | 12:46 pm

    Bernard Lagat retires from track in 2016, then, the roads, from EME News (sources: IAAF) Bernard Lagat, photo by PhotoRun.net TUCSON (USA): Bernard Lagat will retire from the track at the end of the summer, reports the IAAF. The 41-year-old is planning to contest the World Indoor Champs in Portland before attempting to make his fifth Olympic team for Rio this summer. After 2016, Lagat will switch his attention to the roads. "We have all these road races in America which I've always wanted to do. I still want to be competitive but I want[…]

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