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It’s Official: CSUS to Get the National Championships AND a New Track.

October 30, 2013 By: John Blue Category: General Running News, Track

Leaning for the tape (SRN photo)

Leaning for the tape (SRN photo)

On Tuesday, USATF announced the 2014 USA Track and Field Championship would be returning to Sacramento.

“Sacramento has a tremendous track & field culture and we are very pleased to be returning in 2014,” said USATF CEO Max Siegel. “The fan support in the region is fantastic, and the weather conditions serve sprinters, field event athletes and distance runners alike. We look forward to another successful partnership with the Sacramento Sports Commission.”

Mayor Kevin Johnson was no less enthusiastic.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Track & Field back to Sacramento,” said Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson. “Sacramento has some of the most passionate sports fans in the United States and I have no doubt that this community will support the event and the athletes like no other region in the country could.”


2014 USA Track and Field Championships in Sacramento

October 29, 2013 By: John Blue Category: General Running News, Track

USATF_LogoIt’s looking more and more likely that Sacramento will be home to the 2014 USATF National Championships.

Specifically, most events will be held at CSUS.

We’re still in the rumor phase, but we’ve been hearing the rumor since June, and local media are starting to chatter about it.

And a press conference is scheduled for this morning at Sac State.

KTXL Fox 40 ran a story last week.

The Sacramento Bee posted an on-line article last night.


Officials with the Sacramento Sports Commission declined comment, but have scheduled a joint news conference with USA Track & Field Tuesday morning for what they describe as a “major announcement.”

I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait!


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