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Volume 1 No. 7

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July 15, 2014

 

An Online Magazine of International Track and Field Images

Outstanding Performances During the Championships Season

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Contributing Photographers


Patrick Holleran

Phil Johnson

Steve Klotz

Randy Miyazaki

Kim Spir

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Double Champion Although only a freshman, Oregon’s Devon Allen became the first hurdler to capture the NCAA championship (upper left) and the USATF (upper right) since Renaldo Nehemiah in 1979.                                                       

Photos by Phil Johnson (l) and Patrick Holleran (r)      

Throwers Excel Discus thrower Sandra Perković (right) and shot putter Reese Hoffa (left) won their events against international fields at the Prefontaine Classic.


Sam Crouser of Oregon won the individual title in the javelin and his Duck teammates won the men’s title at the NCAA D1 Outdoor Championships.



             Photos (l) by Patrick Holleran

              Photo (r) by Randy Miyazaki     

Double Jump MIssissippi vaulter Sam Kendricks won both the NCAA (l) and the USATF (r) titles in the pole vault.




Photos by Patrick Holleran      

Oregon senior Laura Roesler won the NCAA outdoor title in the 800 meter, adding to her win in the NCAA 800 indoor championships and completing an undefeated outdoor season in the event. She was named a finalist for the Bowerman Award.

Photo by Patrick Holleran

Distance athletes produced a number of outstanding performances in the later weeks of the season. Ayanleh Souleiman won the mile, and Galen Rupp set an American record in the 10,000, at the Prefontaine Classic. Robert Cheserek won the 10,000 at the NCAA’s, his 4th championship of his freshman year. American Record holder Molly Huddle won the 5,000 at the USATF Championships, and Emma Coburn won the steeplechase in the USATF meet.                                                                                                                        Photo by Patrick Holleran (r)