Fans Excited for NCAA Track & Field

EUGENE, Ore. — Track and field fans are excited for the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, which start Wednesday. People from all over the world are traveling to Eugene to attend the four-day event at Hayward Field. Fans we spoke with are excited for many different reasons, but one thing they all had in … Continue reading »

NCAA Athletes Prepare for Pollen Count

EUGENE, Ore. — The NCAA Track and Field Championships start Wednesday at Hayward Field and athletes from around the country could be getting more than they bargained for with the high pollen count. Luckily, there are no NCAA restrictions on over the counter allergy medications. But, allergy medications could be problematic if this weekend’s athletes … Continue reading »

Interview: Vin Lananna of TrackTown USA

EUGENE, Ore. — Tickets to the 2014 NCAA Track and Field Championships at Historic Hayward Field are available now. Twelve-thousand spectators are expected to attend each day. It’s one of many track and field events in Eugene. The man leading the charge is Vin Lananna, the President of TrackTown USA. Lananna spoke with us on … Continue reading »

UO Lands NCAA Track & Field Champs 8 Yrs

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon’s Historic Hayward Field will host the NCAA Track and Field Championships for the next eight years, the athletic department announced Wednesday. The department says the NCAA chose the venue for the Outdoor Track and Field Championships from 2015-2021. “We are excited that Hayward Field will remain the dream … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Gardner on Ankle Injury

Oregon sprinter English Gardner:

Web Extra: DAT, Ducks at NCAAs

Oregon sprinter De’Anthony Thomas: Oregon sprinter English Gardner: Oregon javelin thrower Liz Brenner: Oregon sprinter Jenna Prandini: Oregon 400 meter runner Phyllis Francis: Oregon decathlete Dakotah Keys: Oregon head coach Robert Johnson:

Fleet’s Feet: From Agony To Glory

EUGENE, Ore. — His real name is McClellan Verne Fleet, but he’s better known in these parts as Mac. Mac Fleet. “It’s a nickname or name that people in the running world or people up at Oregon kind of gave me. And it works, it sounds good,” said Fleet. The highs came early on for … Continue reading »

A Conversation With Jordan Hasay

Eugene, Ore. — Nine years ago, as a seventh grader, Jordan Hasay made her Hayward Field debut at the USATF Junior Olympics. Now, she is preparing for final meet as an Oregon Duck. In the first of our series profiling the Men and Women of Oregon before the NCAA Championships, KEZI 9 News Sports Director … Continue reading »