I have been a fan, athlete, coach, official, prep editor, author, blogger, and photographer since 1953.
I have announced the NCAA West, the Pac-12, the Stanford Invitational, the Brutus Hamilton Invitational, the Mt. SAC Relays, the North Coast Section, the Sac-Joaquin Section, and the California State High School Meet.
I have attended five Olympic Games and four World Championships.
I am a U.S. Correspondent for Track and Field News.
Sunday, August 21, 2016
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Running USA Weekend Briefing
Community Manager - BibRave - The Portland-based company is looking for a Community Manager to join their team and help grow their expanding brand ambassador program - Read More (Running USA)
Eliud Kipchoge Wins Olympic Men's Marathon - Kipchoge ran away from the field over the final 10k of the race, while American Galen Rupp grabbed the bronze medal - Read More (USA Today)
Statesman Capitol 10K Names Wells Fargo as Financial Sponsor - The Cap10K is the largest 10K race in Texas and one of the top ten in the United States - Read More (Running USA)
10 Ways to Write Social Media Copy That Sells - One of the most effective ways to grow your event is using social media in a strategic and meaningful way - Read More (Eventbrite)
Behind the Scenes, LA 2024 Push the Bid - A good look at the work LA 2024 put in during the Rio Olympics to push their bid forward - Read More (Los Angeles Times)
Hartford Marathon Foundation Announces Aiello Inspiration Team - This year's team includes inspiring individuals who volunteer and have made positive contributions to their communities - Read More (Running USA)
Fitness Trackers in Happy Meals? - McDonald's is giving away a step tracker called Step-It to their little eaters, replacing the plastic-wrapped toy coveted by young consumers - Read More (SGB Media)
Marathon Revenue Used as Slush Fund - A report released by the Philadelphia City Controller's Office alleges that more than $380,000 in revenue from the Philadelphia Marathon was used for inappropriate activities - Read More (Runner's World)