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I Like to run.................So do I So do I
Me, Myself, and I
Dis site is 4 d real athletes on d track,d powerfull more talented sprinters.

"Confidence is knowing without the proof" - Stuart Hogg - Winter 2005

Michael Johnson
1."Life is often compared to a marathon, but I think it is more like being a sprinter; long stretches of hard work punctuated by brief moments in which we are given the opportunity to perform at our best".

"They don't give you gold medals for beating somebody. They give you gold medals for beating everybody"

"Good is not enough when perfect is possible"

Ato Boldon
"When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return."

..."I believe God made me for a purpose , But he Also made me fast and when i run i feel his pleasure" [Eric liddle 400m champion paris 1924].

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  • Maurice Greene

    Born: July 23, 1974
    Birthplace: Kansas City, KS
    Residence: Granada Hills, CA
    Nationality: USA
    Height: 5' 9''
    Weight: 175
    Event: Track & Field sprints – 60, 100 and 200 meters
    PRs 100m 9.79 (1999), 200m 19.86 (1997), 60m WR (i) 6.39 (1998, 2001)

    Maurice Greene is track & field’s biggest fan. He loves to run, he loves to compete, he loves his fans and he loves to break world records. He has as much enthusiasm for the sport now as he did when he was young. Maurice can often be found at high school, college and professional track meets checking out the competition. He enjoys sharing his passion for track and field and offers tips and advice to those who listen as he hopes to be a coach when his career as a competitor is finished.

    Along with training partner and Olympic silver medallist Ato Boldon, Maurice has adopted a Los Angeles-area group of youngsters whom they mentor. Maurice knows the importance of getting a head start in a competitive sport.

    Greene got his start in the fourth grade when his age group coach pulled some strings to get him into an eraser shuttle race for fifth graders. Greene cruised to several easy wins and finished easily ahead of his older fifth-grade competition, thus planting the need-for-speed seed.

    In high school, Greene nurtured his speed on the track as well as the football field—Greene’s all-time favourite athlete is football legend Walter Payton. In 1993, he won his third straight Kansas high school state meet 100- and 200-meter sprint double.

    Greene hasn’t always known success. In 1996 Greene’s results at the Olympic Trials were disappointing and he failed to make the team. He knew he had the hardware to be the best in the world, but needed to sharpen his skills. And he knew just the place to do it. He moved to Los Angeles to train with renowned sprint coach John Smith and world-class sprinters Jon Drummond and Ato Boldon. Maurice is all about hard work and is willing to put everything he has into one of Smith’s workouts, and then he even digs a little deeper and gives it more. That’s what makes him a champion.

    Greene’s buoyant personality and charming disposition coupled with his earth-shattering performances have won the hearts of people all over the world. Maurice has always appreciated the support of his fans.

    Maurice was the first to ever win both the 100m and 200m at the 1999 World Championships in Seville. He collected his third gold medal of the competition for his efforts on the 4 x 100-meter relay team.

    Maurice believes he can keep running faster!

    2004: 1st place, 100m, Mount SAC
    1st place, 100m, Osaka GP

    2003 1st place, 60m, Boston Indoor Games
    1st place, 200m, Mt. SAC Relays
    1st place, 200m, Martinique-GPII
    1st place, 100m, Home Depot Invitational
    3rd place, 100m, Oregon Track Classic-GPII
    3rd place, 100m, Lausanne-Super GP
    3rd place, 100m, Golden Gala, Rome-GL

    2002 GOLD, 100m, U.S. Championships, Palo Alto, California
    1st place, 100m, Athens Grand Prix, Athens, Greece
    1st place, 100m, Gaz De France, Paris, France
    1st place, 100m, Roma Golden Gala, Rome, Italy
    1st place, 100m, Herculis, Monaco

    2001 2001 1st place, 60m, US Indoor Championships - tied his World Record (6.39)
    GOLD Medalist, 100m, World Championships, Edmonton, Canada
    1st place, 4X100m relay & 4X200m relay, Penn Relays
    1st place, 100m, Athens Grand Prix

    2000 GOLD Medalist, 100m, Olympic Games, Sydney, Australia
    GOLD Medalist, 4x100m relay, Olympic Games, Sydney, Australia
    1st place, 100m, U.S. Olympic Trials

    1999 GOLD Medalist, 100m, World Championships, Seville, Spain
    GOLD Medalist, 200m, World Championships, Seville, Spain
    GOLD Medalist, 4 x 100m relay, Seville, Spain
    World record in the 100m at 9.79 in Athens, Greece
    World record in the indoor 50m at 5.56 (tied) in Los Angeles, U.S.
    GOLD Medalist, 200m, USA National Championships
    GOLD Medalist, 60m, World Indoor Championships, Maeb

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  • Straight 4m d heart

    "People can't understand why a man runs. They don't see any sport in it, argue that it lacks the sight-thrill of body contact, the colour of rough conflict. Yet the conflict is there, more raw and challenging than any man versus man competition. In track it is man against himself, the cruelest of all opponents. The other runners are not the real enemies. His adversary lies deep within him, in his ability, with brain and heart, to control and master himself and his emotions."

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  • Running?? Why??

    Some People ask why we enjoy running?

    Well here is ur answer:

    1. When your standing behind your starting blocks in a competition, with your heart in your mouth & your nerves goin crazy. When the gun goes eveything changes, the rush you get when u take off out of the blocks is an undescribable feeling.

    2. The relaxation fellin you get wen you cross the line, knowin all your hard work & dedication has paid off whether uv won or lost, if you have set out to break a certain time & u achieve it then u can be proud of urself,winnin doesn't last forever, pride does.

    3. U will never forget the people u meet through athletics or the timse youve spent with them, whether this is your own club mates, people u compete against or just other athletes, you'll always remember the craic, the fun, the drinkin sessions, the mischief and one ting all athletes share, the love for the sport.

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  • R.Hillis

    100m - 10.19s 200m - 20.21s 400m - 47.02s (very poor) can only really do 100 and 200m, sort of trained my fast twitches so much i physically cant complete any more than 400m without it being somewhat of a joke. i'm 21, about 72kg, 5ft8", 4% bodyfat. training is mainly plyometrics and overruns (running down hill) with some parachute training. gym work 5 times a week. Anyone interested in training to sprint, i'm also a personal trainer as a second job so just ask.

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  • TigTig

    100m - 11.3 200 - 23.8 400 - 49.82

  • Azza Ere Livin For Footy
    Azza Ere Livin For Footy

    btw im 14 100m = 12.01 200m = 24.00

  • Azza Ere Livin For Footy
    luv Azza Ere Livin For Footy

    hi i luv athletics i always hav n i always will but the thing is i also play football n i crnt seem 2 fine any time 4 practise but ive got a but grass playin field 30 seconds from my house so if any1 has any gd tip n stuf on wt 2 do then giv me a yell thx

  • Liam Mason
    Liam Mason

    100m 10.8 200 19.1 400 39.5 800 52.6 1500 1min 15.2

  • Alex

    100m 11.4 200m 22.3 400m 48.9 << second english schools u15 boys

  • Bertram

    can any one help me for my sprinter plz ad me wb

  • Bahh

    im on d irish cross country team btw :)

  • Bahh

    i luv cross country wayyyyy more!!! it rox y soz off way more fun!! u dont hav ta run in staraight circles!!

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    Ethan Ngawhare Pounamu

    100-11.02 200-22.35 400-52.49

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  • Trackstar-Sprinters

    Keith Dolan is pretty awesome!!!! We here at Trackstar-Sprinters believe Keith is a huge inspiration to athletes everywhere!!!

  • Jamie Davis
    Jamie Davis

    well i know john laffey is hot thats for sure! I think hectro should get his mind on the track and off girls and kettles and other such foreign objects he uses to arouse his body. Keith Dolan is the type of guy john laffye should strive to be, 100% dedicated, no limits with that warrior, thats fo sho!

  • Cozziie Brew
    Cozziie Brew

    Un 13/14 100m- 11.77 grass and 11.41 tarten 200m-23.42 Long jump- 6.02

  • Olly.

    under 14/ under 13 200m 27.43 sec high jump 1.45m

  • Jamie Davis
    Jamie Davis

    100m 9.97 200m 9.97 400m john laffey