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April 18, 2015

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The legendary sprinter says that criticism about the U.S. sprinters return should be directed at the IAAF, not the athlete, suggesting rules need changing…
Charles P. Pierce of grantland.com does a long dissection of the USOC's choice of host city for '24, savaging multiple constituencies along the way…
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Erin Strout of Runner's World notes that "If ever there was a year for an American to win again, this could be it"…
Fresh from the pages of the May T&FN, Jon Hendershott looks at he men's shot scene, an event where Americans provided 7 of last year's 70-footers;
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