Groundhog Day In Race Walking

Saturday Feb 4th. It felt like I was Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. Once, twice, three times, I had to update the US #1 performer on the 1500m Indoor Lists. At least I didn’t bump into my old classmate Ned

2022 Bruce MacDonald HSRW Athlete of the Year Awards

The 2022 year saw a return to deeper levels of competitive Race Walking all over the USA. After 2 years of diminished results from COVID, it looks like our event has rebounded well. Congratulations go directly to the coaches who

Where Are They Going, 2023 Edition

Signings have started for the 2023 school year. Always of interest is where the graduates from any year are going to continue their academic and athletic careers in college. Most of the major sites covering Track & Field, regrettably, ignore

2021 Rankings Are Out

This season has been quieter than most, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t races and top times being produced around the nation. So, yes, our annual performance lists must be kept up to date. You can find them under the

AC Jaime Youth Grant

The Harrier TC and Amberly Melendez have announced a $250 grant for 2 athletes to attend and compete in the 2021 USATF Junior Olympics in Jacksonville, Florida, starting July 26th. Applications should be submitted immediately. Full details available here. Information

World Athletics Survey

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

2021 NAIA Indoor Champs Preview

The NAIA has addressed it’s 2021 Indoor Champs by changing the meet location, schedule and qualifying procedures. While the location has caused some logistical issues for teams being able to find hotels close to the venue, the scheduling and qualifying