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GO! St. Louis Announces New 82-Mile Trail Relay

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KT82, set to start in St. Louis,finish in Hermann, along scenic Katy Trail - ST. LOUIS - GO! St. Louis announced events and programs announced a new one day, 82-Mile Trail Relay, named KT82 (katy82), which is set for Saturday, August 30, 2014.

The KT82 is the newest entry into the growing number of endurance events that the organization currently presents on a yearly-basis. The race will start in Creve Coeur Park in St. Louis County and finish in Hermann, MO, with the majority of the 82-mile course on the scenic Katy Trail.  The course will also include three areas that depart from the Katy Trail. These areas are in St. Charles County, and will include single-track terrain. The additional areas will make up approximately 10 miles of the 82-Mile course. Teams will begin their journey at staggered start times, throughout the day, and conclude with a post-race celebration in the wine country region of Hermann.

Barrett, Fisher Capture Titles at 35th Foot Locker Cross Country Champs

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Race conditions were ideal, with sunny skies throughout and the temperature reaching 65 degrees - SAN DIEGO - (December 14, 2013) – Tessa Barrett of Waverly, Pa., and Grant Fisher of Grand Blanc, Mich., captured first place titles at the 35th Foot Locker Cross Country Championships National Finals (FLCCC) at Morley Field, Balboa Park in San Diego, California. Race conditions on Saturday were ideal, with sunny skies throughout with the temperature reaching 65 degrees.

In the girls’ five-kilometer race, Barrett took control after a swift opening mile and never looked back. The boys’ race, however, was undecided until the last 100 meters when Fisher unleashed his final in a series of surges to take a heart-pumping three-second victory, despite a valiant effort by Johnathan Dressel of Colbert, Wash.

Atlanta Track Club claims two titles, leads winners at USATF Club Cross Country Champs

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BEND, Ore. -- On a chilly, snow-filled day in Bend, Ore., nine teams and multiple individuals took home titles at the 16th annual USATF National Club Cross Country Championships held at River’s Edge Golf Course.

The Beasts Track Club from Seattle, Wash. took home the women’s open title with five top-15 finishers. Leading the club was Deborah Maier (Seattle, Wash.) and Angela Bizzarri (Seattle, Wash.), who turned in a 3-4 finish to help Beasts to the women’s title with 34 points.

On the men’s side, Champions League Athletic Performance captured the men’s open title, led by Brent Vaughn’s (Blackhawk, Colo.) fourth-place finish (31:20). Champions League clinched the men’s crown by the narrowest of margins, defeating ZAP Fitness Reebok by one point, 127-128.

Welch and Fisher Capture First Place Titles in 35th Annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships Midwest Regional

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RACE HIGHLIGHT:Kelcy Welch of Carmel, Ind., and Grant Fisher of Grand Blanc, Mich., won the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships (FLCCC) Midwest Regional today.  In the girls’ race, Welch claimed the title in 17:34.  Stephanie Jenks of Aurora, Iowa, placed second in 17:39, and Rebekah Topham of Griswold, Iowa, placed third in 17:45.                                                      

In the boys’ race, Fisher claimed the title in 15:02, and Addison DeHaven of Brookings, S.D., placed second in 15:09.  Jesse Reiser of McHenry, Ill., finished third in 15:11.  DeHaven is a two-time FLCCC National Finalist.                 

Caroline Alcorta and Aaron Templeton Capture First Place Titles in 35th Annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships South Regional

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RACE HIGHLIGHTS:  Caroline Alcorta of Springfield, Va., and Aaron Templeton of Knoxville, Tenn., won the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships (FLCCC) South Regional today.  Alcorta, a senior at West Springfield High School, claimed the title in 16:55.  Amelia Paladino, a senior from Morgantown, W.Va., finished second in 17:04, with Natalie Rathjen of Dallas, Texas, placing third in 17:06.  Both Alcorta and Paladino are two-time FLCCC National Finalists.

Aaron Templeton, a senior at Hardin Valley Academy, won the Boys South Regional in 14:36. Benjamin Huffman of Waxhaw, N.C., placed second in 14:44, and Ian Milder of Winston Salem, N.C., finished third in 14:49.  Templeton is a two-time FLCCC National Finalist.