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Bolt, Felix 2012 Athletes of the Year

BARCELONA, Nov 24 — Olympic champions Usain Bolt and Allyson Felix were named male and female athlete of the year respectively by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) at a ceremony in Barcelona on Saturday. Jamaican Bolt, who retained his 100 and 200 metres titles in London in August, is the first man to [...]

By | November 24th, 2012|Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 9 Recap

By: Jerryd Curry Today was the final day of Track and Field for the Games of the XXX Olympiads. These Olympics were predicted to produce the most fastest times yet and it delivered. Even though today was the last day, these events today sent it out with a bang and another world-record performance. Let's look [...]

By | August 12th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 8 Recap

By: Jerryd Curry In yesterday’s track and field action, there were few events taking place, but it lacked no intensity at all. Yesterday’s events featured more competitions for medals, including a world-record breaking performance. Let’s take a flashback to yesterday. The day was highlighted by another world-record being broken in the finals of the Women’s [...]

By | August 11th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 7 Recap

By: Jerryd Curry Yesterday’s action on the track was highlighted by day 2 of the Men’s Decathlon, the start of relay events and the finals of the Men’s 200m final. Let’s take a look back at the events from yesterday. Starting off with the Men’s 200m dash finals,Jamaicawould make a clean sweep of the medals [...]

By | August 10th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 6 Recap

By: Jerryd Curry Day 6 of track and field proved to be a great day for theUSAas the Americans would capture seven medals during yesterday’s competition. It was also day 1 for one of the most grueling events in the Olympics with the Men’s decathlon. Let’s take a look back to day 6 and recap [...]

By | August 9th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 5 Recap

By: Jerryd Curry Yesterday’s action in track and field featured a few medal events in field and the finals of the Women’s 100m hurdles. Let’s take a look back to what all went down and who would wind up on the medal stand. We’ll start off in the finals of the Women’s 100m hurdles where [...]

By | August 8th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 4 Recap

By: Jerryd Curry With every one still ranting and raving about Usain Bolt’s gold medal performance yesterday, competition continued inLondonat the Olympics. Venturing back on yesterday a few events had medals handed out. Time to recap on yesterday’s action. Starting off with the finals for the Men’s 400m hurdles, American Michael Tinsley would bring home [...]

By | August 7th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 3 Recap

By: Jerryd Curry Day three for the Olympics featured a very exciting line up including events such as the 400m Men’s semis and Women’s finals. It also featured one of the most epic 100m Men’s finals in Olympic history. Let’s venture back to yesterday’s action. The Men’s 100m final is the shortest race but the [...]

By | August 6th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 1 Recap

By: Jerryd Curry The track and field competition of the 30th Olympiads are finally underway inLondon. People are excited to see big name athletes such as Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake and Veronica Campbell-Brown. There are also the American favorites such as Tyson Gay, Allyson Felix and LaShawn Merritt. As the games continue we’ll see which [...]

By | August 6th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments

Olympics: Track and Field Day 2 Recap

Article by: Jerryd Curry There were many talks about how this track inLondonwould produce faster times than the world had ever seen before and day 2 was enough to prove that statement true. Day 2 contained not only fast times but also qualifying rounds and more medals being handed out. Let’s take a look at the [...]

By | August 6th, 2012|News, Olympics|0 Comments