Fun Race Walk related Board Game created by Antonio Amigo of Spain.
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
Courtesy of the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, here’s a little nostalgic look back to 2007 and what HSRW.net was like then. Thankfully, today we’re able to include social media accounts. Back then, they didn’t exist yet.
Maine Milesplit has listed the top overall returners and broken it into the 3 classes from last year’s state meet as well. Follow the link to their article: https://me.milesplit.com/articles/279987-outdoor-boys-1600m-racewalk-returners
The first, of many, pages of random HS Race Walk stats were posted today. Every wonder what the US #1 time was for each event in each season, or is it just me? Hopefully you can use some of your
The MTCCCA, in conjunction with USATF-Maine would like to invite you to the Maine Online Track Conference. The format of the conference will be an online meeting on Zoom where attendees will participate in presentations with track experts from around the state
USATF is encouraging everyone to stay fit during National Fitness Week. Station #5 in the Hershey RJT program provides the basics in Race Walking technique for athletes of all ages.
In trying to stay active during these troubling times, I have upgraded the website to a new platform. It is now live. When completed, it will allow for a more seamless using experience for everyone and provide opportunities for greater