Tag: Track

22
Apr

Unlikely Trio Makes Women’s 100m Team

Original Story Found Here By: Kevin Sully in FloTrack News on July 27, 2019 Between the three, there are Olympic gold medals, NCAA titles and numerous spots on the U.S. national teams. They span five years in age, but their stories share common threads. Alongside the success, there have been surgeries—on the knee and Achilles— torn hamstrings, struggles with confidence

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22
Apr

Olympic gold medalist Morolake Akinosun set to battle back from Achilles injury

Original Story Found Here By: Rick Armstrong in The Beacon-News; 06/13/2018 Morolake Akinosun knows the right Achilles tendon she tore this past winter at an indoor track meet could be a career-threatening injury. But as the elite sprinter from Aurora gets ready to dive into what will be a long rehabilitation, it’s good to see she hasn’t lost her drive

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15
Feb

New York City, New York

The big apple. The city that never sleeps. The concrete jungle. New York, New York. I crawled out of bed at 5am, the nighttime fog still in the air, the moon still in the sky, but I wasn’t complaining, I was heading to one of my favorite cities in the world; New York, New York. The Millrose Games is the

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10
Feb

Olympic medalists expected for Millrose Games

http://amsterdamnews.com/news/2017/feb/09/olympic-medalists-expected-millrose-games/ Lois Elman; Amsterdam News, New York “I’ve heard the track is fast and the crowd is really engaged in the track meet, so I’m really looking forward to it,” said first-time Millrose Games participant Ashley Spencer, Olympic bronze medalist in the 400-meter hurdles. “Win, lose or draw, when you have that many talented ladies … it should be fun.”

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