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Category Archives: 800m
Donavan Brazier captured the sport’s news cycle this weekend. The Texas A&M frosh crushed his first collegiate 800, clocking an American Junior Record of 1:45.93 to win the A&M Team Invitational by more than 5 seconds. The reaction has been … Continue reading
by Jeff Hollobaugh Such is the magic of the Olympic Trials that some races capture the excitement of the fan so powerfully that they remain forever in the memory. Consider the men’s 800 final in 1984. It lasted little more … Continue reading