15-year-old athlete Arneton, joins Under Armour as the brand rapidly expands in France - Paris, France (27th July 2017)– Today, a rising star in world athletics, Heather Arneton becomes the latest young, determined and fearless athlete to join Under Armour’s roster of dynamic, talented athletes.

 

 

 

Marielle Hall, Chris Derrick added to star-studded start list at 2017 AJC Peachtree Road Race - ATLANTA – June 29, 2017A 2016 Olympian and a three-time U.S. cross country champion are joining the field at the USATF 10 km Championships at the AJC Peachtree Road Race on the Fourth of July in Atlanta.

 

(USATF)INDIANAPOLIS - The U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field will return to the Los Angeles area in 2020, with Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) in Walnut, California, hosting the 10-day event, USATF announced Wednesday.

For those who are not able to participate in the HealthPlus Crim Festival of Races on August 26 and 27, the Crim has announced The Virtual Crim - FLINT, MI - As a leader in health and wellness, the Crim Fitness Foundation made two exciting new announcements regarding the HealthPlus Crim Festival of Races and the I Crim for Flint Outreach Campaign.

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For those who are not able to participate in the HealthPlus Crim Festival of Races on August 26 and 27, the Crim has announced The Virtual Crim. Now, no matter where you live across the country or around the world, you can show your support for the community by running or walking 1 mile, 5K, 8K or 10 miles, or simply making a donation. Registration for The Virtual Crim is available at www.icrim.org. Donors of $50 or more receive an I Crim for Flint t-shirt. Participants also have the opportunity to create virtual teams and compete for the top spot in their fundraising efforts.

Those who receive shirts are encouraged to share selfies demonstrating how they Crim by posting them on social media (www.facebook.com/crimfitnessfoundation) or sending them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. All proceeds from The Virtual Crim support the Crim Fitness Foundation's physical activity, nutrition and mindfulness programs and advocacy efforts that benefit those living in the community, particularly children. Leading health officials have cited these types of programs as important tools in mitigating the effects of lead exposure.

World Record-holders to Highlight adidas Boost Boston Games June 17-18 BOSTON, Mass. (April 25, 2016)—The adidas Boost Boston Games, a two-day festival featuring a fan-friendly track event and the city’s first-ever “street meet,” will debut on June 17-18, organizers announced today.

Among the top international stars set for Boston are Olympic medalists Jenn Suhr, Meseret Defar, Nick Willis, and Yohan Blake.

In addition, the prestigious adidas Dream Mile and Dream 100, which for the past several years have showcased some of the nation’s best prep athletes at the adidas Grand Prix in NYC, will move to Boston as a highlight of the event. The Dream Mile annually produces many of the fastest times in the nation, and the Dream 100 has featured prep stars who have quickly become medal contenders in Rio.

At the adidas Boost Boston Games, races 400 meters and longer will be held Friday evening, June 17, at George Dilboy Memorial Stadium in Somerville, and will be highlighted by a festival at which fans can mingle with Olympic stars. The street meet, which will put sprints, hurdles, pole vault, and long jump in the spotlight, is set for Saturday afternoon, June 18, and will feature a Mondo track constructed on historic Charles Street between the Boston Public Garden and Boston Common. The street meet will be broadcast live on the NBC Sports Network (NBCSN).

{ad}“The City of Boston is home to some of the best sports teams and fans in the country, and I am excited that this June we will welcome the adidas Boost Boston Games to our city,” said Mayor Martin J. Walsh. “The games will provide a unique opportunity for fans not only to interact with some of the world’s greatest athletes, but also to cheer for local youth and high school athletes who will be sharing the stage. I thank adidas for choosing Boston for a great event that will allow us to showcase our city to the world.”