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On the last day of the two-day meet at Mesa Community College (MCC), Rupp's toss sailed 154 feet and 1 inch, which was a foot farther than his previous longest mark. "He's very happy about both his PR (personal record) and placing again at state,"
During Wednesday's Last Chance state qualifying meet at Alhambra High in Phoenix, the Badgers' Claren Fraher set a new PHS girls' record in the 800-meter run with a time of 2 minutes and 20.27 seconds...For the boys, next Wednesday afternoon, Kye
Mithra Varun of Mani HSS, Coimbatore set a record in the under-19 boys' discus in the Republic Day sports meet in Coimbatore on Saturday...Periasamy Six records took a tumble on the second day of the State-level Republic Day sports meet at the Nehru
Kerala's Athira Surendran leapt her way to gold in the under-18 triple jump event on Monday. Photo: Vipin Chandran A day after emerging as the fastest under-14 boy, with a meet mark, Tamil Nadu's R. Naveen stunningly proved that he could be good in
The Sports Network Lolo Jones missed out on an Olympic medal by one-tenth of a second, finishing fourth behind American teammates Dawn Harper and Kellie Wells in the women's 100-meter hurdles. Sally Pearson of Australia won the race with an Olympic
Story I'll just be thinking of the things she would say to me, George said. I just like to think of the fact she's watching over me and guides me around the track. George was in her junior year at the University of Connecticut in 2009 when her mom
Phelps, alongside Matthew Grevers, Brendan Hansen and Nathan Adrian, secured gold with 3:29.35, ahead of Japan (3:31.26) and Australia (3:31.58). "Tonight is the craziest night...Looking back at my career, I've seen that I've done what I wanted,"
Farah The 29-year-old world 5,000m champion ran a near-perfect race to cross the line in 27 minutes 30.42 seconds, with his training partner Galen Rupp in silver and Ethiopia's Tariku Bekele in bronze. Farah's triumph ended a run of four successive
Come 10.05am today, Olympic gold will be on the line for the Great British hope o f track and field as she sets out in event one of the heptathlon, the 100m hurdles. The Sheffield woman starts as the favourite and the world No 1 but, in a closely-
Britain's Perri Shakes Drayton believes she's on course for the 400m hurdles Olympic final after clocking a personal best of 53.77 seconds during victory at the London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace. In an all-star field, which included Olympic