The idea of track geekdom, well, needs to be embraced. As a friend noted this evening, ” Oh my God, we are all just….geeks.” It was said with a touch of tenderness, and some pride.
So, with the help of Sara Hunninghake, the PR maven for the adidas Grand Prix NYC, here are helpful links that will make you seem oh so geeky to your friends, family, irritated spouses and significant others. RBR will be covering the MIni 10k live this coming am and also the adidas Grand Prix NYC! On twitter, as is my want, and then, dear readers, on runblogrun.com and www.runningnetwork.com sites!
online are updated to reflect all changes. A few to note: Sherone
Simpson (JAM), Wallace Spearmon (USA), Nesta Carter (JAM), Michael
Frater (JAM) & Kerron Clement (USA).
* To access results of Diamond League events held so far this year, see:
* For detailed statistical information on athletes, results of meets from around the world and other useful information, visit www.all-athletics.com
* To access current IAAF world lists or all-time lists, see http://www.iaaf.org/
* For year-by-year lists of Track & Field News end-of-year athlete rankings, see http://trackandfieldnews.
World, American, All-Comers and adidas Grand Prix meet records for the
events being contested today are listed in the Media Guide; they and
other records (world junior, high school, etc.) are also available at http://trackandfieldnews.
* For brief statistical information on athletes, search by athlete name and country at http://www.iaaf.org/
* For lengthier biographies of USA athletes, see www.usatf.org
* Results from past years of the adidas Grand Prix begin on Page 71 of the Media Guide.
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