The CHill Zone of T&F: Conway's View From the Finish Line

John Smith Reboots w/ Dix & Bailey!

Nov 4th, 2011
1:45 pm PST

The last time U.S. sprint fortunes were in the precarious position we are now was coming off the 1996 Olympics. Yes, Michael Johnson won the long sprint double – the 200 in WR time. But for four straight Majors (’92, ’93, ’95 & ’96), we had lost the men’s 100 meters – and Donovan Bailey (CAN) took possession of the WR with his ’96 win Read More...

What Happened to U.S. Sprint Camps?

Sep 23rd, 2011
5:04 am PST

The sprints have traditionally been the bread and butter of U.S. international teams since, well forever. Heading into your typical Olympic or World Championships competition, one could count on U.S. domination of the sprints, hurdles and relays. In Daegu, however, such was not the case – at least on the men’s side of the ledger Read More...