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
Race Walking, while traditionally kept outside the “normal” opportunity zones for long term athlete development, displays the same pattern of growth to achieve standing at the national or international level of competition. Athletes reaching the level of competency to compete
Oftentimes the title of a book may be an attempt to grab attention where it is not warranted or perform a bait and switch on the intended reader, The Complete Guide to Competitive Walking, by Dave McGovern, does none of
Here is the short list of things we are asking for this Christmas. We were very good in 2020. You can check your nice list, we are not on the naughty one. Race Walking in every HS State Championship Race
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.
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
Spend some time learning about the commitment to excellence required to achieve great results as an athlete from many time Team USA member, Emmanuel “Natos” Corvera, as he talks about preparing for the Tokyo Olympics. Listen to the On the
USATF has announced a new Virtual Youth Summer Challenge event to take place from July 10 – July 31, 2020. The event will include a 1 Mile Race Walk. USATF members receive a discounted price of $10, while non-USATF members
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