30 Sep Bob Kennedy Out Of Running Store Business

Victah Sailer Former American record holder Bob Kennedy has sold his interest in a chain of running stores he founded, the Indianapolis Business Journal reports. Kennedy opened a store, The Running Company, 12 years ago … Continue reading → Full Article HERE...

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26 Sep Nike Wins Injunction Against Adidas Over Upper

Adidas must at least temporarily stop making and selling shoes with its Primeknit upper technology in Germany because of a possible Nike copyright infringement, a German judge has ruled. Nike claims that Adidas' Primeknit shoes infringe on … Continue reading → Full Article HERE...

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25 Sep Matthew Centrowitz 3.31 1500m at 22 year old

By Peter Gambaccini Matthew Centrowitz, 22, was the 2011 IAAF World Championships 1500-meter bronze medalist and placed fourth in the 1500 at the 2012 London Olympics. He set his 1500-meter personal best of 3:31.96 this summer. On Saturday, he won … Continue reading →Full Article...

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24 Sep Why Bolt shouldn’t race Blake

Simms added: “It makes the major championships even more valuable. That’s why the Olympics is so special. If we do this every week it will devalue the big day.” Full Article HERE by Jason Henderson at Athletics Weekly...

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18 Sep What USATF Sanctioning Means For Races

When news broke earlier this month that Lance Armstrong will not be allowed to run October 7's Chicago Marathon, a key fact often got obscured by the emotion surrounding the news. As Dick Patrick wrote when Runner's … Continue reading → Full Article HERE...

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17 Sep Tirunesh Dibaba Triumphs at Great North Run

By Peter Gambaccini Photo by Victah Sailer At the London Olympics, Tirunesh Dibaba added a 10,000-meter gold and 5000-meter bronze to the two golds earned in Beijing four years earlier, and Wilson Kipsang, who won the Virgin London Marathon in … Continue reading → Full Article...

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