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Simone Biles celebrates her performance on the vault during the women's U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials on June 25, 2021, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

At the 2021 Olympic Games, Women Rule

If you asked 100 people interested in this year’s Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo which athlete they want to see the most, it’s a safe bet the first name mentioned would be Simone Biles. Several may say Katie Ledecky. Others would say Allyson Felix, A’ja Wilson or Alex Morgan. As the 50th anniversary of Title […]

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The University of Oregon is nearing completion on a complete rebuilt of historic Hayward Field that was set to host the 2020 Olympic Trials. Rendering: TrackTown USA

Hayward Field in Eugene to Host 2023 Diamond League Final

Hayward Field, the renovated track and field stadium in Eugene, Oregon, that has been known for decades as the landmark athletics stadium in the United States, will host the 2023 Diamond League final according to Reuters, making it the first venue outside of Europe to host the World Athletics‘ showpiece event. The $270 million stadium […]

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World Athletics Championships Oregon22 Release Ticket Information

The local organizing committee for the World Athletics Championships Oregon22 will start the public sale of tickets for next year’s event at 9 a.m. PST on July 15, one year to go until the first day of action. The event is set to take place July 15–24, 2022 and will be the first time the […]

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Richmond Region Tourism to Host Three CIAA Championships Through 2024

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association and Richmond Region Tourism have announced a three-year partnership that will bring a trio of spring championships to the Virginia destination beginning in 2022. The championship events start next spring with outdoor track and field and women’s tennis hosted by Virginia State University, and softball at RF&P Park in Henrico […]

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Trace Skopil Named CFO of World Athletic Championships Oregon22

Trace Skopil has been named chief financial officer for World Athletics Championships Oregon22, the local organizing committee that will bring the track and field event to Eugene next year. Skopil has 40 years of experience working in finance and accounting with the majority of that time spent with the Eugene office of the Moss Adams CPA firm. He was […]

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The Podium in Spokane, Washington, to Host 2022 Indoor Track & Field Nationals

The 2022 United States Track and Field Indoor Championships will be held at The Podium, a new multisport indoor venue in Spokane, Washington. The event is scheduled for February 25­–26 and will determine the U.S. squad that will compete in the 2022 World Athletics Indoor Championships. Spokane joins Portland (2016) as the second West Coast city […]

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New Track Series Scheduled Throughout United States

A new track and field series in the United States will start this year to try and both give American athletes the chance to compete on home soil while also giving the sport an extended spotlight throughout the calendar year in addition to the rescheduled Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. The 2021 Pro Track Series […]

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Upstate New York Sports Facility Begins Construction in March

Utica College in New York will break ground on a $3.5 million sports facility on campus for Division III sports and more thanks to a $2 million gift with completion of the program scheduled for fall 2021. The facility will be the site for outdoor track and field for the Pioneers, who have not had […]

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The University of Oregon is nearing completion on a complete rebuilt of historic Hayward Field that was set to host the 2020 Olympic Trials. Rendering: TrackTown USA

A Sport Staying on Track

Life moves fast in the running world, and that’s as true in 2020 as ever. More than 30 million Americans compete in track and field, and there are plenty of spruced-up and new venues to keep running organizers inspired. In Japan, robots are taking over—at least when it comes to some Olympic activities once reserved for […]

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