USA Track & Field National News

Weekend Roundup - January 22, 2018
INDIANAPOLIS -- Continuing its landmark deal with NBC Sports Group, USA Track & Field released the 2018 USATF Indoor Championship Series broadcast and streaming schedule today, featuring live event coverage for premier U.S. meets.
Molly Huddle (Elmira, New York) set an American record at the Aramco Houston Half Marathon Sunday to earn USATF Athlete of the Week.
It was deja vu for many Saturday as defending champion Leonard Korir once again made a push in the race’s final moments to win for Team USATF at the 2018 Simplyhealth Great Edinburgh XCountry International Challenge at Holyrood Park in Scotland.
INDIANAPOLIS – Four cities have declared their intent to submit bids to host the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon, USATF announced Friday.
Click here to view the USATF President's Report to Board of Directors, presented at 2017 USA Track & Field Annual Meeting in Columbus, Ohio
Katelyn Tuohy (Stony Point, New York) ran the second-fastest high school indoor 3000 meters ever on January 8 at the Freedom Games to earn USATF Athlete of the Week.
INDIANAPOLIS – The USATF Outdoor Championships are returning to Des Moines June 21-24, 2018. The best track and field athletes in the country will compete this summer at Drake University’s Drake Stadium in what will be the final stop of the 2018 USATF Championship Series. The meet will be broadcast on the NBC family of networks and webcast on NBC Sports Gold.
Brian Herron (Decatur, Georgia) ran the fourth-fastest high school indoor times ever in the 200m and 400m to earn USATF Athlete of the Week.
Team USATF will have a talent-laden roster January 13, 2018 as it returns to Scotland to take on the world at the 2018 Simplyhealth Great Edinburgh XCountry at Holyrood Park.
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