ALBUQUERQUE – Stellar performances in the final events of USATF Masters Indoor Championships resulted in a total of 40 American and 10 World records to add to the history books.
ALBUQUERQUE – Kathy Martin (Northport, Long Island) defied the mile-high altitude at the 2017 USATF Masters Indoor Championships in Albuquerque, which distance runners find challenging, to set a world record in the W65 1 mile run, following her American record yesterday in the 3000 meters.
INDIANAPOLIS – Ajee’ Wilson (Neptune, New Jersey) set a new American record in the women’s indoor 800m to win her fourth consecutive title at the 110th NYRR Millrose Games. The Olympian ran 1:58.27, just beating the 2002 record set by Nicole Teter.
ALBUQUERQUE – A world record for age 70-74 in the weight throw by 1976 Olympian Larry Hart (Los Angeles, California) highlighted a stellar number of accomplishments, including seven American records, on the first day of USATF Masters Indoor Championships at Albuquerque Convention Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico – The USA Track & Field Masters Indoor Championships returns to Albuquerque Friday through Sunday February 17-19 after last year’s unprecedented forty-four world and American records set at the Albuquerque championship, with competitors 30-99 years old.
Nearly 50 years ago at the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games, Wyomia Tyus did something no one else had ever done before.
NEW YORK CITY – As part of a robust lineup of USATF programming on NBC and its properties, USATF announced Saturday the 2017 outdoor competition broadcast schedule.
NEW YORK CITY -- On a day filled with stunning performances at the The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center, Olympians Courtney Okolo and Ajee’ Wilson set themselves apart from the crowd with American indoor records at the 110th NYRR Millrose Games Saturday.
INDIANAPOLIS – International track and field fans will soon have access to select USATF events through a new media rights deal with sports marketing agency Lagardère Sports, USATF announced Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana -- Mikey Brannigan earns USATF Athlete of the Week following his record-setting performance at the Armory Track Invitational on Saturday, February 4. Brannigan shattered the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) world best for the men’s 3,000m, finishing in 8:07.64. Watch his race on USATF.TV +PLUS.