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Anthony Peters Men's 10000 Race Walk - 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships
Jason Richardson and Aries Merritt - Pre-Meet Press Conference - Run TrackTown High Performance Meet 2014
Jason Richardson and Aries Merritt Intro- Pre-Meet Press Conference - 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships
Christian Taylor - Pre-Meet Press Conference - Run TrackTown High Performance Meet 2014
Press Conference Introduction by Curtis Anderson - Run TrackTown High Performance Meet 2014

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Track and Field History

1.  I was the stat guy for Oregon track meets from 2001 to 2009.  I provided background information and give information for Paul Swangard to announce including information on where marks stand on the UO and national lists. I have also helped with all major meets at Oregon including NCAA, US, and Prefontaine meets. 

2. I worked for CBS as the stat guy for the 2005 to 2007 telecasts in Sacramento.

3. I have announced at Willamette University since 2003.

4. I worked for Comcast Sportsnet as their Graphics coordinator for the 2008 Olympic Trials.  I had a graphic several times that indicated interesting stats related to upcoming event finals called "Schneider's Stats"

5. I believe in Bill Bowerman's idea that you prepare athletes for the Olympics.  He took local athletes and made them great.  He didn't recruit overseas.  If athletes came from other countries he trained them but he didn't look for them.  The University of Oregon has always taken that philosophy.  Other schools have recruited other countries to win championships.  Take the "Track Capital of the World", that's great for them but not what I prefer.  There are a lot of great coaches that have taken that other philosophy and they have had great success.  In 2009 I met the two best at that and I really learned a lot from their attitude and personality and I am better for it. 

"Go Oregon"

 

Other Track History

Ran for Interlake High School - Brad Barquist first started running as a junior on our team when I was a senior.     FYI - Barquist was a multi-time competitor in the US championships in the 10,000 meters

Team manager for UO Men from 1986-1991 There for 1986 and 1990 Pac-10 championships.  Helped John Gillespie with jumps, sprints, and hurdles.  third place finish at 1991 NCAA championships was tremendous. 

 

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Ads featured a blog - Aug 6 2014, 05:19 AM
Without reviewing all of the rosters this is my pre-season top 10 1. Michigan returns its top 7 from last year's 4th place finish (2nd was only 18 points better) ...
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Ads featured a blog - Aug 6 2014, 05:19 AM
Men's Collegiate Records with marks eligible through the end of their last year of collegiate eligibility.   ...
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Please feel free to advise me of any missing marks.
 
Ads commented on a blog - Aug 6 2014, 01:39 AM
Feel free to advise me of missing marks. Many athletes competed in national championships, European meets, and world and Olympic competition and it seems fair to include their marks from their final seasons of collegiate eligibility.
All-time 100 list based on marks through their last season at the school (regardless of whether they turned pro)   ...
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Feel free to advise me of missing marks. Many athletes competed in national championships, European meets, and world and Olympic competition and it seems fair to include their marks from their final seasons of collegiate eligibility.
 
Ads commented on a news article - Jul 30 2014, 07:09 PM
Injuries slowed the progress of this tremendous talent and very nice kid. RIP
Team USA Track Star Killed in Crash Published by WALB on July 28, 2014 Officials have confirmed USA track and field star Torrin Lawrence was killed overnight Monday when a semi truck slammed into his car on I-75 near Cordele.According to Crisp Count...
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Injuries slowed the progress of this tremendous talent and very nice kid. RIP
 
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Ads featured a blog - Jul 21 2014, 05:56 PM
Kendall Baisden (50.46) has continued her progress from last season as a freshman at Texas.  She has recorded six of the fastest ten times.  She finished third at the NCAA meet, another event better than many national championships, in 51.32....
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RunnerSpace.com/College posted a blog - Jul 21 2014, 06:35 AM
USA has not won the World Junior Meet for 10 years.  This year Trayvon Bromell of the US won the NCAA title, a tougher race than most national championships, in a WJR 9.97.   Bromell has raced at a high level since indoors and this has been a...
 
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Ads commented on a news article - Jul 4 2014, 04:37 AM
I like most of this analysis and I am happy to have something to debate (thanks for putting it out there Scott). I only disagree with 1-4-5-6. 6- Henderson is interesting because he has learned to compete well at US meets. If he puts the marks behind him at international meets he becomes a medal threat and possibly gold - big news! Bigger than #6. #5 - unless something seriously changes Barrett is the only threat because the other two aren't jumping consistently over 6-6. #4 Allen would have finished 4th or 5th in a year that mattered. Understand I have drunk the cool-aid, Allen's story is awesome, great guy, and it has been a joy the whole journey but we have all seen what football does to a guy. Allen will likely make bank in
football and track will fall aside.. #1- Kovacs is the real deal. He, Whiting and Roberts are the future. With Vanegas at his side we have seen what Art has done in the past. Kovacs was always part of the top three and the co-favorite with Hoffa coming into the meet. Storl will be the international favorite until he loses.
Who Came Up Big in Sacramento? By Scott Bush The USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships took place this past weekend, in case you missed it, and what a weekend it was in Sacramento. The best track and field athletes in the United States showed wh...
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I like most of this analysis and I am happy to have something to debate (thanks for putting it out there Scott). I only disagree with 1-4-5-6. 6- Henderson is interesting because he has learned to compete well at US meets. If he puts the marks behind him at international meets he becomes a medal threat and possibly gold - big news! Bigger than #6. #5 - unless something seriously changes Barrett is the only threat because the other two aren't jumping consistently over 6-6. #4 Allen would have finished 4th or 5th in a year that mattered. Understand I have drunk the cool-aid, Allen's story is awesome, great guy, and it has been a joy the whole journey but we have all seen what football does to a guy. Allen will likely make bank in
football and track will fall aside.. #1- Kovacs is the real deal. He, Whiting and Roberts are the future. With Vanegas at his side we have seen what Art has done in the past. Kovacs was always part of the top three and the co-favorite with Hoffa coming into the meet. Storl will be the international favorite until he loses.
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