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by Bill Halter Updated: Aug 11, 2013 3:50 PM Jordan Hasay now knows how much work she has to do if she wants to medal at a world competition. The Arroyo Grande native finished 12th in the 10,000 meters on Sunday at the World Championships in Moscow,
Despite the hot and humid conditions, Hasay had enough left in the tank for a strong runner-up finish. The recent University of Oregon graduate was clocked in 32 minutes, 17 seconds. It was still shy of the "A" and "B" standard times she needed to
Barely off the Marblehead coast, Brown's Island is a popular destination for locals and tourists. But Shalane Flanagan didn't always know that when she was growing up in the area. The scenic spot in Doliber Cove seemed like her private island and
Monday, April 15, 2013 at 10:34 a.m...Defending champion Wesley Korir was among those leaving Hopkinton at 10 a.m. Just behind the elite men was the remainder of a field of 27,000 on its way for the 26.2-mile trek to Boston's Back Bay.
No professional runner in her marathon prime would do that, certainly not someone like Flanagan who appears poised for more record-breaking success. But the joke reveals how much the Boston Marathon means to Flanagan, how it took hold of her young
Invalid email address Add a personal message: Your e-mail: Invalid email address Sending your article Your article has been sent...While many races ban the use of headphones during the event, wearing them on training runs can make pounding out the
The photo bridge as well as crowd control barriers were put in place as other preparations were made. Workers were busy on Boylston Street on Saturday setting up the finish area for Monday's Boston Mararthon. The photo bridge as well as crowd control
Invalid email address Add a personal message: Your e-mail: Invalid email address Sending your article Your article has been sent...Like just about all of her fellow runners in the 117th Boston Marathon, Flanagan is in the tapering phase of training.
The University of Oregon senior finished third behind only Nike runners Shalane Flanagan and Kara Goucher, both of them represented the United States in the 2012 London Olympics. Hasay finished in 32:46.68, which was the best time among collegiate
Lisa Uhl is returning to Iowa to live in Ames and train with her former coach, Corey Ihmels, according to a copyrighted story by David Monti at Race Results Weekly. Uhl, who competed for the United States in the 10,000 meters at last month's London