The subject of the day: Who won the three-point shooting contest?
Over the past two weeks at the U.S. Olympic Trials, a group of talented individuals came together, put their best efforts on the line and formed an elite team on a worldwide stage.
In 2012, stars with University of Oregon ties shined bright in front of their home crowd at yet another Olympic Trials at historic Hayward Field. June 22 The first group of UO athletes to qualify for the Olympic Games were those who ran in the 10,000 meters. On the men’s …
Theisen was already named the USTFCCCA Indoor and Outdoor National Field Athlete of the Year earlier this year.
The Humboldt, Sask., native finished second in the heptathlon at the Canadian Olympic Trials.
Four exciting days of Trials action still remain, even though Ashton Eaton is done competing in them.
From across the United States, track and field athletes have come to Eugene to compete in the Olympic Trials, including athletes right here in Oregon. Current and former students from the University of Oregon have and continue to compete in the Trials, securing spots in the semi-finals, finals and, ultimately, …
Oregon Track Club decathlete Ashton Eaton broke a world record in the decathlon on Saturday, finishing with 9,039 points.
Ashton Eaton sets decathlon world record of 9,039 points. Eaton broke three world records in two days.
Just a few hours of sleep removed from one of the best first-day performances ever by an American decathlete, Ashton Eaton returned to the track Saturday for the 110-meter hurdles. Eaton was once again grouped with defending Olympic gold medalist Bryan Clay, running in the last of four sections. After …
Day 2: Men’s Decathlon – Images by Daily Emerald
Ashton Eaton has been all the buzz around Tracktown for some time now, heck the guy even has a twitter hashtag. On Friday, Eaton continued to make his mark on an already spellbound crowd at Hayward Field by first setting the decathlon 100-meter dash world record (10.21) and following it …
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Five can’t-miss events on Friday, featuring former Ducks and current members of Oregon Track Club Elite, headlined by Ashton Eaton beginning his Decathlon campaign.
Though rusty, football phenom De’Anthony Thomas impressed in his Oregon track debut, while other Ducks continued to warm up for this weekend’s Pac-12 Championship.
Ashton Eaton, Andrew Wheating and Jordan Hasay look to move closer to realizing their dreams of representing the U.S. in London.
Oregon’s distance medley relay finishes second to OTC Elite’s on Friday, while freshman Boru Guyota won an exciting 1,500-meter race. At Pac-10s, David Klech and Kevin Godfrey finished second and sixth, respectively, for the Ducks.