Lightning Bolt Best Athlete in World History

Musings from last night in Olympic Stadium, as I was privileged to view the history from only ten rows back.  So close to the track, I could have jumped onto it.  Almost did in the excitement, but wizened by the plight of t

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Cain is Able
High School Prodigy Mary Cain Inspires American Track Hopes

Fresh off lengthy interviews -- first with her coach, Ed Stickles -- then with Mary Cain, the following observations seem reasonable relative to the possibilities contained within the early promise of this New York high school sophomore:

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Roadrunner Akron Marathon

As an observer of the Roadrunner Akron Marathon of many years - from its Expo to the race itself - and as a resident of the Rubber City who almost lives on the course ('bout mile 23!), I've been more than impressed.  Its growth, it

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