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In the Running

July 20, 2015
July 20, 2015

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July 20, 2015

GOLF PLUS
INBOX
SERENA WILLIAMS
WOMEN'S WORLD CUP
GOLF
  • THE MEMORIES (GOOD AND BAD) REMAIN VIVID FOR THE FIVE-TIME BRITISH OPEN CHAMP, WHO AS HE PREPARES TO TEE IT UP AT ST. ANDREWS ONE LAST TIME RELECTS ON A STYLE OF PLAY HE GREW TO LOVE

PETE ROSE
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In the Running

With the world track and field championships set for Aug. 22--30 and the Olympics barely a year away, several other U.S. women are making strides on the international scene.

Emma Coburn, 24

This is an article from the July 20, 2015 issue

Another Colorado grad and 2012 Olympian, Coburn is the reigning U.S. steeplechase champ. World-ranked No. 3 in '14, she's a medal favorite for Beijing.

Molly Huddle, 30

The Notre Dame alum holds the U.S. record at 5,000 meters and stepped up to the 10,000 this season. She beat Flanagan to win the U.S. title on June 25, securing a world championship berth.

Ajeé Wilson, 21

The Neptune, N.J., 800-meter specialist won the 2012 world junior championships. Her PR of 1:57.67 at a Diamond League event was fastest in the world in '14.

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