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Pocket change could decide something as cherished as a berth to the Summer Olympics. As absurd as that might sound, sprinters Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh face that possibility after finishing in a dead heat in the women's 100-meter final at the U.S....
The decision on how to break the tie between Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh for third place in the women's 100 meters at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials ultimately rests with the U.S. Olympic Committee. "We are not involved just because there is a...
Like other 50-year-olds, Jackie Joyner-Kersee aches a bit the day after a vigorous workout. And she's noticed that her vision isn't what it once was. But Joyner-Kersee, who still holds the world record in the women's heptathlon, isn't pining for her...
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Francena McCorory has been on some big stages, but this is the biggest. McCorory runs for a world title in the 400 meters this weekend at the IAAF Word Championships in Daegu, Korea, two months after qualifying for the event by finishing second to three-...
Daily Press"I feel confident, really good," beamed Francena McCorory. The ex-Bethel High and Hampton University flash had just breezed a lap around Daegu Stadium Saturday night in a slowish 52.18 seconds and was delighted with her effort, nowhere close to her all-...
Daily Press correspondentTwenty-one hundredths of a second. About one very long stride. They're all that separated Francena McCorory from a spot on the medals stand on Day Three of the 13th World Championships of Track and Field. The former Bethel High and Hampton University...
It couldn't have gotten much better for track and field than the last three races on Monday's program at the world championships. Until further review, that is. And then another disqualification of a world record-holder left a bittersweet taste as the...
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Tribune reporterAllyson Felix added the 400 meters to her workload at the World Track & Field Championships because she wanted to get out of her comfort zone after having won three straight world titles in the 200. The results proved discomfiting, which makes it...
When Allyson Felix looked to her right at the press conference for the women's 200 meters Friday, she saw the two women's sprint stars of her sport. That was supposed to be the right way to look at Felix less than a year before the London Olympics....
Tribune reporterThe track world is back on its axis. Usain Bolt was a runaway winner in the men's 200 meters Saturday at the World Championships in Daegu, South Korea. After being disqualified for a false start in the 100, the Jamaican who is track and field these days...
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