Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Monday, July 27, 2015

Patrick Smyth Interview post US Mountain Running Championships Win

Former Team USA Minnesota athlete Patrick Smyth won this weekend's men's US Mountain Running Championship.  Story and interview HERE

Feature on Wayzata's Ruby Stauber

Emma Bates Joins the B.A.A. High Performance Team

Emma Bates.
 Photo courtesy of  B.A.A.

Sunday, July 26, 2015

More on the Appalachian Trail, Records, and the Wilderness Running Experience

For those of you who haven't read it yet, Jennifer Pharr Davis, whose record Scott Jurek broke, gives her views on the experience and what it means to her HERE.

The "Love of the Sport Clause"

IAAF Summary of Saturday's Pan Am Competition; Quotes from Heather Miller-Koch

IAAF Summary of Saturday's Pan Am Competition HERE Quotes from Heather Miller-Koch and other US athletes HERE.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Heather Miller-Koch Second in Pan American Games Heptathlon; Garrett Heath 4th in 5K

Heather Miller-Koch second in the Pan American Games heptathlon.  Result is HERE.

Garrett Heath finishes fourth in the Pan American Games 5K.  Result is HERE.

Liz Podominick Bounces Back

USATF Masters Outdoor Track Championship Results

Tom Langenfeld won the 80-85 high jump.  Result is HERE. It was the third highest jump of all the 70 and over men.
Susan Loyd was third in the 50-59 400. Result is HERE.  Fourth in the 55-59 800. Result is HERE  Fifth in the 55-59 100.  Result is HEREFifth in the 200.  Result  is HEREEighth in the 55-59 1500.  Result is HERE.
Jim Schoffman was fourth in the 60-64 400.  Result is HERE.  Seventh in the 60-64 800. Result is HERE.

James Brown was 17th in the 50-54  200.  Result is HERE.

Heather Kampf Wins Ryan Shay Mile for the Fourth Time

Jon Peterson Finishes 13th in Bix 7.

 Results are HERE

Barbora Špotáková 2nd in London Anniversary Games Javelin; Ben Blankenship 5th in Emsley Carr Mile

Barbora Špotáková finished second in the javelin by the slimmest of margins.  Result is HERE.

Ben Blankenship takes fifth in the Emsley Carr Mile.  Result is HERE.
Gabe Grunewald paced the women's 5K. Result is HERE.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Heather Miller-Koch 3rd after Day 1 of the Pan American Games Heptathlon; Erin Teschuk 4th in Steeplechase

Heather Miller-Koch third after Day 1 of the Pan American Games Heptathlon. Scores are HERE.

Erin Teschuk finishes fourth in the steeplechase. Result is HERE.

Scott Jurek's "Reflections on the Appalachian Trail"

Scott Jurek's "Reflections on the Appalachian Trail" blog post is HERE.

John Simons Blogs on His Progression in Recovering from an Achilles Injury

John Simons blogs on his recovery from an Achilles Injury HERE.

Gabe Grunewald Second in London Diamond League Meet 1500

Team USA Minnesota's Gabe Grunewald finished second in the 1500 in the London Anniversary Meet in a blanket finish in 4:06.35.  Result is HERE.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Jamie Cheever Closes Euro 2015 Tour

Jamie Cheever's last two races of her 2015 Euro tour were a PR and a win in the 1500 at the Savo Games in Finland on July 19.  Result is HERE.  Third in the steeplechase at the Joensuu Games on July 23.  Results are HERE.

Christy Cazzola Flys South

Christy Cazzola gives some perspective on the life of an aspiring elite middle distance runner.  The challenges,.the commitment. The risks, and the rewards HERE

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

LF Torchlight/USATF 5K Championships Results

Lifetime Fitness Torchlight/USATF Minnesota 5K Championship results are HERE.

Four MIAC Track Athletes Receive NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Monday, July 20, 2015

John Simons' Sir Walter Miler Profile

St. Olaf's Paul Escher USTFCCCA DIII Indoor and Outdoor Track Male Scholar Athlete of the Year; UW-LaCrosse Sweeps Team Honors

U of M Researchers Looking for Study Participants

Subject: University of Minnesota study looking for active, slightly overweight subjects(BMI >25 kg/m2.) to see how exercise benefits metabolism, the TrainMeUp MN study.

Active people (Age 18-40) who run regularly (>45 minutes running, 5 days per week) and who are otherwise good health. We are interested in how your body has adapted to exercise.

The study will involve 2 outpatient visits to the University of Minnesota. The study will take about 2 months after enrollment, depending on your schedule.

At your first visit, we will measure your fitness by having you run on a treadmill to measure your VO2max. At your second visit, we will draw blood, measure your body composition by using a noninvasive Dual Energy X-ray Absorptometry (DXA) machine, have you run on a treadmill at 90 minutes (speed will be tailored given your VO2 max level) and repeat the blood and body composition after the prolonged run. We are interested in how a prolonged run can change your blood and body composition.

Compensation will be provided.
If interested, please email endores@umn.edu

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