Monthly Archives: August 2010

Another World Record for Rudisha: 1:41.01!

Kenyan sensation, David Rudisha lowered the 800m world record in 7 days as he registered an astonoshing 1:41.01 at Reiti last August 29, 2010. Last August 22, Rudisha registered 1:41.09 to break Wilson Kipketer’s 13-year-old record of 1:41.11. The race was … Continue reading

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Ateneo sends a team to the Sabah Open

With the canning of the PATAFA weekly relays, Collegiate track athletes in Manila have been left without a preparation competition for the National Uni Games later this year, and more importantly the UAAP Championships in February of 2011. The only option would … Continue reading

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World Record for Rudisha!

The world men’s 800m record was finally been claimed by the African continent.  Said middle distance event was the last to fall into the hands of Africa.  Actually, the previous record holder, Wilson Kipketer is Kenyan-born.  But he already switched … Continue reading

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Miler Hits 10,000 Views/Posts

Id like to Congratulate Pinoy Miler for hitting 10,000 Views.  As of now, the site has had the following visitors Philippines 1329 US 917 Australia 165 Great Britain 144 Singapore 75 Canada 74 India 64 Denmark 57 Italy 35 Myanmar 35 … Continue reading


Do dream its over

The month July brought another chapter of disappointment to Philippine Athletics.  Two sad stories for the sports: 1. The Asian Juniors Athletics Championships Last July 1-4, the Philippines sent 5 Junior Athletes to compete in the Asian Juniors.  But alas, … Continue reading

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UST Quadri-centennial relay results

The UST 4 x 1611 meter relay was held today, August 21, at the UST Grounds.  It was postponed for 3 weeks to accommodate more teams from different universities. Topping the mens category is the San Sebastian Team anchored by … Continue reading

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Weekend sprint report. Gatlin Flies. But Carter highlights week.

Carter runs 9.86s   Jamaican Sprinter Nester Carter (a member of the Olympic 4×100 Relay Team), clocked a career best 9.86s PB at Spitzenleichtathletik meeting in Nottwil, Germany on Sunday  improving on the 9.91s run in last September. His time was a … Continue reading

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Jacko Gill, continues New Zealand strong shotput tradition.

Young New Zealander Jacko Gill, who hails from my native home land. A small country of sheep, Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings, the All Blacks and home to 4 million people known as ‘Kiwis’. For one i can say i have never really been interested … Continue reading

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Hector the legend

To better motivate our young and upcoming athletes,  this blog will come up with exclusive interviews with past, present and future stars of Philippine Athletics.  Two months ago, I’ve shortlisted a couple of legends that I felt, should be interviewed … Continue reading

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Tyson Gay, ends Bolt’s winning streak.

With former world record holder Asafa Powell withdrawing from the DN Galan Diamond League Meet in Stockholm (the meet was held at the historic 1912 Olympic Stadium). The showdown was between American Record Holder Tyson Gay (9.69s) and World Record … Continue reading

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