The Coastal Carolina University men's cross country team was picked third in the Big South Conference's 2014 preseason poll, as announced on Wednesday and based on voting by the league's head coaches. (via www.goccusports.com)
A "careless sock error" sent an area man to the emergency room early Tuesday morning, authorities say. Fred Meyer, 49, was leaving for a run at his St. Cloud, Minnesota, home when the incident occurred. According to Meyers' wife, Brenda, Fred was eager to try out a pair of socks he'd just bought.
Paula O'Neal, a longtime runner, retired police captain and local race director in Raleigh, North Carolina, knew she would get crushed by the Competitor Group's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon when it received permission to hold its first event in her home-town earlier this year. (via Runner's World)
GREENVILLE – The Furman men's and women's cross country teams have been tabbed as the Southern Conference preseason favorites in preseason balloting conducted by the league's 10 head coaches. The Paladins are the reigning Southern Conference Champions on both sides having swept the two events in 2013.
Chris chats with Gordon about his move to W&M and his final goal of making the 2016 olympics. (via FloTrack)
Cole and Tyler do a marathon specific long run. Follow their training for their debut on Oct. 5 at Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.
Database top returners for Class AA boys by region.
Database top returners for Class AA girls by region.
Database top returners for Class A boys by region.
Photographs by Rebekah Doar for scrunners.com from Sandhills scrimmage on Aug. 15.
ACC Outdoor Championships finds a new home a month later on the schedule. (via ClemsonTigers.com)
Listen to USA Pole Vaulter Sandi Morris on NACAC and Kamloops by shawnpooley.
Database top returners for Class A girls by region.
We're bringing back the long-loved "Track Shack" series with University of Texas runner, Craig Lutz. The three-time All American graciously takes us through his humble abode, as well as a day out on the golf course accompanied by his hilarious crew.
Robin Williams often credited his drama club at Redwood High School as one of the sparks to his career in comedy. Before he made the world laugh, Williams was a cross-country runner -- and a good one too. On Monday, Williams was found dead in his California home at the age of 63.
The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced Tuesday the state-by-state winners of its inaugural High School Coach of the Year award.
While The Bowerman Trophy – collegiate track & field’s highest individual honor – will not be officially awarded until December 17, the results of the Fan Vote made clear the general public’s picks to win the men’s and women’s awards: Deon Lendore of Texas A&M and Laura Roesler of Oregon.
Newberry College director of athletics Matt Finley has announced the hiring of Phil Peterson as the Wolves' new men's and women's cross country coach for the 2014 fall season.
Greenville alumna Sandi Morris finished nearly two feet beyond her nearest competition with a meet-record clearance of 4.40m/14-5.25 to win global gold.
Class A boys virtual meet from 2013 results
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- Spencer Crowe to Spartanburg Methodist
- Madison Goode to Western Carolina
- James Page to Western Carolina
- Eric Fogle to North Greenville University
- Dylan Scott to Winthrop University
- Tamara McMichael to Coker College
- Talicia Murphy to Coker College
- Adam Ramsdale to Coker College
- Jacob Grigg to North Greenville University
- Mason Hazel to Anderson University