American Track & Field, 2012 Resource Guide, digital version, courtesy of AT&F, note by Larry Eder

American Track & Field is the largest coaching publication in North America. With 37,553 subscribers, AT&F sends 30,000 via print and 80,000 digital versions out five times a year. Started in 1989 as American Athletics, in 1994, the name was changed to American Track & Field. The goal of AT&F is simple: give the high school and college cross country and track coaches a publication where they can keep up with their ever changing world. AT&F is the meeting place of the science and art of coaching, and its practical applications. 

This issue is focused on Galen Rupp and how he got his final sprint, Ten Tips for Better Cross Country Running, and the 2012 Fall Shoe Review, with some up to the minute news on the sport by Dick Patrick. We hope that you enjoy it! 

For more information on American Track & Field magazine, click on the title. 

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