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Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Six at Eleven

Runner's World Daily News rounds up the headlines.

The IAAF previews Thursday's Grand Prix meet in Melbourne, Australia.


A row has erupted over Dwain Chambers' allegations that his one-time manager John Regis knew about his drugs programme.  (You have to spell things that way when linking to British news.)  Chambers' biography is beign serialised in the British press: part 1  and part 2 have been released so far.


Eugene's reputation as "Track Town USA" is taken so seriously, they have bi-weekly town hall style meetings on maintaining and improving that status.


The USOC is re-examining its already reduced budget in light of the tough times.


Usain Bolt will run his first 100 of the season in Kingston on March 14--a date known to U.S. math teachers as "pi day".

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