Around Auckland right now the city is abuzz about tennis. But any advertising hoarding you'll see around the place is more likely to have a picture of Novak Djokovic than any of the players appearing at the ASB Classic or Heineken Open. In a rather ... Stuff.co.nz, 2 weeks ago
Field events, whether men's or women's present the broadest spectrum of athletic body types: Powerful shot putters contrasted with tall, willowy high jumpers; javelin throwers built like tight ends and long jumpers built like shooting guards. ...SI.com, 1 month ago
LONDON -- Ten reasons why the Olympic Games actually begin Friday, when track and field commences at the Olympic Stadium (assuming they have successfully removed that big grassy berm and that multi-tentacled cauldron from the floor of the place).SI.com, 1 month ago
New Zealand's World and Olympic shot put champion Valerie Adams says that athletes who test positive for performance-enhancing drugs should be banned for life, even if it is their first offence. Adams says once a cheater always a cheater. "You ...Radio New Zealand, 2 months ago Adams says ban cheats for life Radio New Zealand, 2 months ago Adams calls for life bans for dopers BBC, 2 months ago Val Adams says ban cheats for life Radio New Zealand, 2 months ago
Valerie Vili hugs her coach, Kirstin Hellier, after winning a gold medal at the Beijing Olympics on August 16, 2008. Photo / Kenny Rodger Before the second-to-last throw of Valerie Vili's golden night, her coach and mentor strode down to speak to ...New Zealand Herald, 2 months ago
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