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  October 15, 2018:  [Links load in new window, * = Registration Req'd]  

(EA) Athletics: Refugee runner Abdullahi wins the Great Birmingham Run on his half marathon debut
Kadar Omar Abdullahi, who was part of the Refugee Team at the IAAF World Championships in London last summer, made headlines in the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham Run, a five-star certified road race by European Athletics Running for All, on Sunday

(CBC) Athletics:Alysha Newman rediscovers her love for pole vaulting, returns from injury
'This is my life - and I'm going to kill every workout,' says Canadian-record holder

(BBC) Athletics: When you nearly miss out on gold because of your... ponytail
Belgium's Maite Beernaert wins gold in the women's long jump at the Youth Olympics despite having an earlier jump ruled much shorter because her ponytail hit the sand

(Ironman.com) Triathlon: Lange, Ryf Rewrite the Kona Record Book
Daniela Ryf of Switzerland and Germany's Patrick Lange turn in record-setting performances en route to defending their world titles
(Runner's World) Records Go Crashing Down at Ironman World Championships
Daniela Ryf and Patrick Lange made history in the ultimate endurance test

(IAAF) Athletics: Three race records fall in wind-swept Lisbon

(The Star) Athletics: Jep faces Dibaba
Kenya’s world half marathon record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei has been added to the women’s elite field for the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon, brightening prospect of a mouth-watering head-to-head with three-time Olympic gold medallist Tirunesh Dibaba

(Sportschau) Olympics: Athletes should be more than political puppets in the running of sport
Olympic powerbrokers are facing growing resistance from athletes striving to have genuine influence in the organisation of sport and anti-doping. This should be encouraged rather than dismissed







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(Journal News) Athletics: Cross-country: Tuohy sets another course record, this time smashing current pro's HS time

(IAAF) Athletics: Road round-up - Tsegay and Claude-Boxberger prevail in Paris, Cheptegei triumphs in Durban

(NZ Herald) Drugs in Sport: Dame Valerie Adams rails against Russians

(IAAF) Athletics: Jepkosgei joins Delhi Half Marathon field

Athletics: Vincent Kibet causes upset, Alina Reh clocks European top time at The Bridgestone Great 10k
The Bridgestone Great 10k with 7,312 runners

(Hartford Courant) Athletics: Sinclair, Schilkowsky Marathon Winners; Cabral Takes Men's Half
(NBC Connecticut) Thousands Participate in 25th Running of Hartford Marathon

(Outside Online) Athletics: You’re Not Fast Enough to Wear Nike Vaporflys
What do your $250 sneakers say about you?

(CitiusMag) Athletics: Wood Report: Men’s Cross Country Individual Top 100 Rankings

(Reuters) Triathlon: Lange, Ryf set records with repeat wins at Ironman Triathlon

(Irish Times) Athletics: Sonia O’Sullivan - preparation key as Sinead Diver romps Melbourne marathon
41-year-old knocks over six minutes off her personal best as she breaks course record
(Balls.IE) Irish-Born 41-Year-Old Wins Melbourne Marathon And $40,000
(Fast Running) Irish-born Sinead Diver wins Melbourne Marathon
The 41 year-old mother of two’s 2:25 marathon is the second fastest ever by an Irish-born female athlete

(Asian Age) Athletics: Jepkosgei to battle Dibaba at ADHM
Jepkosgei grabbed international attention on several occasions during 2017

(The Indian Express) Athletics: Galina Bukharina - The no-nonsense Russian coach behind India’s quarter-mile success
A champion athlete Galina Bukharina is currently chiselling India's relay squads. The 73-year-old Russian ensures that when it comes to discipline and a strong work ethic, she gives no quarter to the quarter-milers


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(BBC) Olympics: Kenya officials charged in Olympic corruption inquiry
Seven senior Kenyan officials will be charged over alleged corruption surrounding the 2016 Olympic Games, the country's chief prosecutor said

(Channel News Asia) Drugs in Sport: Doping agency denies trying to bully athletes' representative
The World Anti-Doping Agency denied on Friday that it had disrespected or attempted to bully athletes' representative Beckie Scott during a debate in which tensions were "running high" over a decision to reinstate Russia's anti-doping organisation

(Xinhuanet) Athletics: Olympiad Kipyego to skip New York marathon due to illness

(Xinhuanet) Athletics: Kenya's Ndungu to face strong challenge in quest for Lisbon marathon title

(SBS) Triathlon: Jones opened Aussie Kona triathlon flood
Michellie Jones' 2006 Hawaiian Ironman win sparked a golden era of success for Australia at triathlon's most famous race

(Irish Times) Athletics: 190,000 miles and counting: Frank Shorter’s extraordinary running career
At age 70, the 1972 Olympic gold winner is content with running a little slower these days

(EA) Athletics: European champion Chemtai Salpeter to contest the Florence Marathon

(IAAF) Athletics: 2018 in review - middle and long distances

(CitiusMag) Athletics: Wood Report: Women’s Cross Country Individual Top 100 Rankings

(ESPN W) Athletics: Why all eyes will be on Lucy Charles at the Ironman world championships

(The Star) Athletics: Former Cherangany MP to headline elite field at Beirut Marathon

911 Run - Stittsville, ON

Eversource Hartford Marathon & Half Marathon - Hartford, CT

Ironman World Championships - Kailua-Kona, Hawai`i


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(Reuters) Athletics: Puma commemorates 'black power' salute in U.S. market push

(Irish Times) Athletics: Noel Carroll - ‘You either ran today or you didn’t’
Before Twitter, the late, great Irish runner was a master of motivational quotes

(Wired) Drugs in Sport: Dietary Supplements Can Contain Viagra, Steroids, or Worse

(BBC) Drugs in Sport: WADA - Anti-doping campaigner Beckie Scott says officials tried 'to bully' her
The chair of the World Anti-Doping Agency's (Wada) Athlete Committee says some of the organisation's most senior officials tried to "bully" her over her opposition to Russian reinstatement

(Hartford Courant) Athletics: With Three Jobs And A Baby On The Way, Ryan Smith Manages To Train For Marathons, Too

(BBC) Athletics: Colin Kaepernick's NFL protest made Black Power salute athlete Tommie Smith cry
Tommie Smith, famous for his Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics, says he cried when fellow American Colin Kaepernick protested against racial injustice and police brutality


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  Book/Video/Movie of the Month - October 2018  
University of Nike: How Corporate Cash Bought American Higher Education University of Nike: How Corporate Cash Bought American Higher Education
The dramatic expose of how the University of Oregon sold its soul to Nike, and what that means for the future of our public institutions and our society.
In the mid-1990s, facing severe cuts to its public funding, the University of Oregon—like so many colleges across the country—was desperate for cash. Luckily, the Oregon Ducks’ 1995 Rose Bowl berth caught the attention of the school’s wealthiest alumnus: Nike founder Phil Knight, who was seeking new marketing angles at the collegiate level. And so the University of Nike was born: Knight has so far donated more than half a billion dollars to the school in exchange for high-visibility branding opportunities.
But as journalist Joshua Hunt shows in University of Nike, Oregon has paid dearly for the veneer of financial prosperity and athletic success that has come with this brand partnering.
Hunt uncovers efforts to conceal university records, buried sexual assault allegations against university athletes, and cases of corporate overreach into academics and campus life—all revealing a university being run like a business, with America’s favorite "Shoe Dog" calling the shots. Nike money has shaped everything from Pac-10 television deals to the way the game is played, from the landscape of the campus to the type of student the university hopes to attract.
More alarming still, Hunt finds other schools taking a page from Oregon’s playbook. Never before have our public institutions for research and higher learning been so thoroughly and openly under the sway of private interests, and never before has the blueprint for funding American higher education been more fraught with ethical, legal, and academic dilemmas.
Encompassing more than just sports and the academy, University of Nike is a riveting story of our times.

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