American Track & Field Goes Digital and Interactive!


For the first time, American Track & Field has produced a digital and interactive issue, especially for the World Championships: We hope that you like. Please read on to find out a little about the issue and what our plans are for the future! Publisher Larry Eder, in an an exclusive with, gives you, our readers, the scoop on this new technology.

The Resource Guide is always one of my favorite issues of the year. It is a place where we can do some features that are out of our normal realm. Working with a new advertiser, Nutrilite, we have an extended Camera Athletica on the Prefontaine Classic, plus a History of the World Championships from 1983-2005, provided by none other than Mel Watman, of Athletics International.

The issue, in digital form, has live links to our advertisers sites, plus it allows you to print a version, magnify pages, enlarge, pretty much whatever you want to do with the issue!

Why are we doing this? We will still be publishing the same print issues and numbers, but we saw this as a service and a tidy way to keep track of issues in case you need the information in another format.

Please note that this issue is for your personal use. There is no giving up of electronic rights for the articles and the articles can not be used anywhere without expressed written permission of the publishers.

But for your use, and for the use of your team, we hope that you share this link with friends so that more people can learn about our magazine, American Track & Field, and most importantly, enjoy the World Championships, the highlight for track and field in 2007!

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