Issue #10

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May 21, 2015


An Online Magazine of International Track and Field Images

Outdoor Season in Full Swing


Contributing Photographers

Patrick Holleran

Phil Johnson

Steve Klotz

Randy Miyazaki

Kim Spir

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Ducks on the Move Indoor double-NCAA Champions Edward Cheserek and Eric Jenkins lead teammate Will Geoghegen in the 5000 meter at the Oregon Relays (l). Oregon’s distance runners lead the Ducks to an indoor team NCAA Championship. Annie Leblanc (c) won both the 1500 and the 800 at the Oregon Relays, and anchored the Ducks to a sprint medley victory at the Penn Relays. Mac Fleet, winner of the last 2 outdoor NCAA Championships in the mile, made a victorious debut in the 1500 at the Oregon Relays.

Photos by Patrick Holleran

Justin Ramirez was the winner of the discus throw at the Oregon Relays.

Photo by Phil Johnson

Postgraduate Athletes Begin Season Several professional athletes earned early season victories (l-r): Matthew Centrowitz, 800 meters at the Oregon Relays, Brianne Theisen-Easton, long jump at the Oregon Twilight, Mac Fleet, 1500 meters at the Oregon Relays, and Parker Stinson, 5000 meters at the Oregon Relays.

Photos by Patrick Holleran

Buze Diriba (2nd) and Susan Kuijken (1st) at the Payton Jordan meet, Andy Vernon, winner of the 10,000 in that meet, and Duane Solomon, 600 meter winner at the Mt. SAC Relays. Some of the best distance races which take place in the U.S. each spring are in California.

Photos by Randy Miyazaki

Outstanding Performances in California

The 1500 meter race at the Oregon Relays (l)  featured a good field headed by Mary Caine. However, it was Oregon’s Annie Leblanc, a Canadian, who ended up winning the race. Leblanc later came back to claim the 800 meter at the same meet. Cain was second in the 1500.

Photos by Pat Holleran

Joe Kovacs won the shot put at the Triton Invitational.

Photo by Randy Miyazaki

Ray Dykstra, Javelin winner at the Pepsi meet

Photo by Pat Holleran