Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Shorts, Volume 2=End o’ Series

We might as well end our video series as we began it–by being very, very serious.

We hope you’ve been educated, entertained or at least distracted at work by the series. We’ll be in Eugene starting tomorrow and will have regular updates from there (including video, we hope, depending on the whims of those enforcing the meet’s Ceau┼čescuesque taping provisions).

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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Teg Talks: Marketing the Sport

Teg is brimming with good ideas about how to better promote the sport he loves. Networks, meet directors, federations, are you listening?

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Tomorrow: The series finale. Will there be references to the last episode of The Sopranos, Seinfeld or any of the various Bob Newhart shows?

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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

So, Solinsky: Weighty Matters

A reader noticed that Chris isn’t cut from the 5-9/130 cloth, and demanded details.

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Tomorrow: Rhythm Run in the Arboretum

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Thursday, June 5, 2008

So, Solinsky: Fall Much?

You ask, Chris answers. Today: Why do you fall so often in races?

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Tomorrow: Teg Talks: Pre-Prefontaine

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Monday, June 2, 2008

Madison Project Series Begins

Welcome to the first installment of our Madison Project series. We’ll have new video every weekday leading up to Matt Tegenkamp’s and Chris Solinsky’s attempt to make the Olympic 5,000m team at the end of this month.

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Tomorrow: Teg Talks: What Happened in Hengelo

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