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Watch our latest episode – HSRW EP4 – Name, Image & Likeness. Here we briefly cover the issue and provide an excellent resource for HS athletes looking to brand themselves.
A short discussion on the importance of mental health in the life of an athlete and why it’s as vital as every other component of a training plan.
For 2021, we’ve taken to making our Annual B-Mac Awards on video, as the debut episode of our YouTube series. Watch the announcement in HSRW- EP1 and make sure to subscribe to the channel so you get notified of all
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
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
Sunday Feb 28 in Santee, CA, a field of 28 athletes will navigate the 1.25 km loop looking for glory, prize money, possible Olympic and World Championship qualifiers and just an opportunity to race. This is the first elite Race
COVID has turned so much of the normal world on it’s head over the last year. In relation to this website’s basic mission, having performances to put on performance lists so that athletes can see their relative achievements against their
Emmanuel “Natos” Corvera and Nick Christie review the 2020 season and all the issues that came up for athletes this year in the Race Walk. Topics covered are the short racing calendar, the change from 50 km to 35 km