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USA Track & Field and Coach’s Eye create world-class experience

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INDIANAPOLIS – USA Track & Field on Thursday announced the formation of a partnership with Coach’s Eye, a mobile video application used to improve technique and training in order to see results and rewards faster.

Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 2 - Thursday

You’ll start on the road to a good summer of training with a long run, a tempo run, and some moderately paced runs. Don’t worry about pace in these first two weeks; just get out there, have some fun, and get into the habit of regular running. Workouts always begin with a warmup, some gentle stretching of major muscle groups, and light jogging. Repeat for your cool-down.

U.S. OLYMPIANS LOLO JONES, ALLYSON FELIX & LASHAWN MERRITT HEADLINE USA TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS THIS WEEKEND

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NBC, NBCSN & Universal Sports Network Host Coverage - Live Coverage Begins Fri., June 27, at 10 p.m. ET on NBCSN - STAMFORD, Conn. – June 25, 2014 – NBC Sports Group and Universal Sports Network present live coverage of the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships this weekend beginning Friday, June 27, at 10 p.m. ET on NBCSN. The USATF Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, Calif., is the final stop of the 2014 Outdoor USATF Championship Series, which also includes the Penn Relays and Drake Relays, the Prefontaine Classic, and the adidas Grand Prix.

Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 2 - Wednesday

You’ll start on the road to a good summer of training with a long run, a tempo run, and some moderately paced runs. Don’t worry about pace in these first two weeks; just get out there, have some fun, and get into the habit of regular running. Workouts always begin with a warmup, some gentle stretching of major muscle groups, and light jogging. Repeat for your cool-down.

You’ll start on the road to a good summer of training with a long run, a tempo run, and some moderately paced runs. Don’t worry about pace in these first two weeks; just get out there, have some fun, and get into the habit of regular running. Workouts always begin with a warmup, some gentle stretching of major muscle groups, and light jogging. Repeat for your cool-down.