EUGENE, Oregon – Shortly after closing ceremonies ended and Vin Lananna passed on the “torch” to the next host of the Junior World Track & Field Championships, he reflected on the competition’s first appearance on U.S. soil and whether the United States is ready to host the Sr. World Championships in 2019.
Nike All-Star and former Duck Laura Roesler: OTC Elite runner and former Duck Jordan McNamara: OTC Elite runner and former Duck Elijah Greer: OTC Elite high jumper Jesse Williams: Olympic gold medalist triple jumper Christian Taylor:
EUGENE, Ore. – Kenny Wheaton signed autographs and threw out the first pitch at Friday’s Eugene Emeralds game against Tri-City, but watched the home team drop a 14-7 decision in the early goings of the Northwest Division’s second half of the regular season.
Oregon signee Ariana Washington and Team USA 4×100 relay team: Oregon/Team Canada sprinter Christian Brennan: Team USA distance runner Alexa Efraimson: Team USA sprinter Kaylin Whitney: Team USA sprinter Trentavis Friday:
Olympic medalist hurdlers Aries Merritt and Jason Richardson: Olympic gold medalist triple jumper Christian Taylor: TrackTown USA President Vin Lananna:
3K Gold Medalist Mary Cain: Oregon pole vaulter Cole Walsh: Oregon/Team Canada runner Christian Brennan: Team USA pole vaulter Desiree Freier:
No Bull for Marcus Mariota in Offseason: Marcus Mariota Shines Under Hollywood Spotlight: Ducks on Offseason Departures, Discipline:
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott: USC head coach Steve Sarkisian: Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez: Washington State head coach Mike Leach: Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham: Arizona wide receiver Austin Hill: Arizona safety Jared Tevis: USC quarterback Cody Kessler: Cal quarterback Jared Goff: Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday:
Maggie Schmaedick after IAAF World Juniors 5,000M Final Kaylin Whitney after IAAF World Juniors 100M Final Ariana Washington after IAAF World Juniors 100M Final Christian Brennan after IAAF World Juniors 400M EUGENE, OR – Incoming freshman Ariana Washington led a quartet of Oregon women competing at the IAAF World Junior Track and Field Championships, Wednesday, … Continue reading »
Oregon signee Ariana Washington: Oregon signee Raevyn Rogers: Oregon signee Ashlee Moore: Baylor/Team USA sprinter Trayvon Brommel: