You won't believe how fast this 7-year-old ran a 5K:

You won't believe how fast this 7-year-old ran a 5K:

runnersworld.com 23 Sep '14, 3pm

Seven-year-old William Tullis ran 21:21 5K at Saturday’s Roman Rumble in Rome, Georgia, to set a pending single-age world record by 53 seconds. The previous record of 22:14, as recognized by the Association of Road Racing Statisticians, was set last month by Adrian Gandara of West Palm Beach, Florida. William started racing 5Ks earlier this year, but he began racing triathlons when he was 4 yea...

USTFCCCA National Poll: ISU Women - No. 9 ISU Men - No. 27 #Cyclones

ustfccca.org 23 Sep '14, 3pm
USTFCCCA National Poll: ISU Women - No. 9 ISU Men - No. 27 #Cyclones

The top ten teams remained static in both the men’s and women’s editions of the week two National Coaches Polls released Tuesday by the U.S. ...

Powered by REVlite® and cradled by ground contact EVA, the New Balance...

joesnewbalanceoutlet.com 22 Sep '14, 2pm
Powered by REVlite® and cradled by ground contact EVA, the New Balance...

Powered by REVlite® and cradled by ground contact EVA, the New Balance Minimus Ionix 3090v2 is a high-performance running shoe that takes off...

For those of an historical mind, new book on mile legend Peter Snell & his Kiwi mates is out.

For those of an historical mind, new book on mile legend Peter Snell & his Kiwi mates is out.

trackandfieldnews.com 22 Sep '14, 5pm

Peter Snell and the Kiwis Who Flew Author: Vern Walker A superb new book on middle and long-distance running . . . This is a book that really has legs! Dynamic descriptions of Olympic finals and with a style of writing that often surprises. It covers the golden era between 1956 and 1965 when, amazingly, New Zealand middle and long-distance runners bettered or equaled 23 world records or world b...