The AAU has decided to get back into supporting the Race Walk at a level that has not been seen since USA Track & Field (then TAC – The Athletics Congress) replaced it as the National Governing Body for sport.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia was a great show and for many athletes competing at Fairmount Park on Sunday April 11, they’ll be able to hold onto that feeling in spite of the expected overcast skies and rain showers they’ll
World Athletics (formerly known as IAAF) has opened a survey where they are trying to gauge what is important to athletes, fans, coaches, administrators, etc., within the sport. With the Race Walking community being overlooked and underrepresented in discussions on
As high school athletes start to achieve a higher level of performance that has them qualifying for and competing in national championship level events, they will encounter the Antidoping process. This necessary function in sport is there to assure that
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) passed the first legislation of its kind in college sports to allow its student-athletes the opportunity to be compensated for use of their Name, Image and Likeness (NIL). The legislation