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Stephen Kiprotich of Uganda Wins London Olympic Men’s Marathon
A relatively unknown Ugandan runner who trains in Kenya ran away from the favored Kenyans on Sunday to win the Olympic men’s marathon. Which means, of course, that Stephen Kiprotich, 23, who had never been on the podium of a major marathon, is not relatively unknown anymore. More.
Arnot Health Human Motion Institute To Sponsor 2012 Wineglass Marathon
With more than 4,000 runners already registered for events at this year’s 31st annual Wineglass Marathon weekend, race organizers are excited to welcome the Arnot Health Human Motion Institute as the presenting sponsor of the 2012 Wineglass Marathon. More.
Lashmanova Wins 20km Race Walk In London Olympics
All good things must come to an end – even one of the longest-running reigns as a global champion in athletics. Not only was Olga Kaniskina the defending champion, but she had won the past three World titles in the 20km Race Walk too. Put simply, she is one of the most dominant athletes in the world. More.
Mo Farah Captures The 5000m At London Olympic Games
Propelled by what may have been the loudest roar ever heard in an Olympic stadium, Mo Farah became the seventh man to capture the 5000 and 10,000m double at an Olympic Games. More.
Jamaica Broke World record In Men’s 4x100m Relay At London Olympics
Closing out the athletics action on the track at London’s Olympic Games, Jamaica broke the World record* in the men’s 4x100m relay tonight at Olympic Stadium. More.
5th Annual Mighty Tikes Triathlon Is Set For Aug. 25, Registrations Open
Registration began last week for Williamson County Parks and Recreation’s fifth-annual Mighty Tikes Triathlon. The event, for children ages 3-7, is set for 8:30 a.m. Aug. 25 at the Longview Recreation Center, 2909 Commonwealth Drive in Spring Hill. Check-in begins at 7:45 a.m. The cost is $8 per entry. More.
Athlete Died While Competing In Grueling New York’s Grueling Ironman Triathlon
An athlete competing in a grueling triathlon died as he swam in the Hudson River Saturday. The man experienced problems during the 2.4 mile swim which was the first section of the US Ironman Championship. More.