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I am Ben Bradley. At age 22, I have been competing in/coaching the sport of Track & Field for nearly 15 years. Track & Field is one of the only true passions in my life and for good reason. My Track & Field career began in elementary school as part of the Round-Up City Racers in Pendleton, Oregon. From there I went on to compete for Sunridge Middle School and three years later became a Pendleton Buckaroo at Pendleton High School where I was a three year letter, team captain, two time state competitor, team MVP and Most Inspirational Male Athlete. From hgh school I went on to run for a small private school known as Cascade College in Portland, Oregon. It was here that I competed in Cross Country for the first time and ran many other events for the Cascade Thunderbirds' track team. After my freshman year at Cascade, the school was shut down due to funding and poor economical situations. I continued my college career at Oregon State University where I took a year off from Cross Country and Track during my sophomore year. In my junior year I became the head coach of the Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis Youth Track & Field team and loved every minute of being a coach. Upon completion of this upcoming track season, it will be my second year of coaching and I will be looking forward to many more in the future. Well, that is all for now, and always remember, RUN HARD AND TURN LEFT!

 

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Benjamin.Bradley posted a blog - Today, 08:53 PM
Boy, has it been an incredibly busy couple of weeks in my life! Between spending two weeks in Colorado getting a chance to run in some high altitudes to driving over to Eugene, Oregon, to watch the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships, I have...
 
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Benjamin.Bradley posted a blog - Jul 15 2014, 03:31 AM
This summer has provided some very exciting track & field despite the fact that it is a non-Olympic, non-(professional) World Chmpionship year! From high school state championships to the NCAA championships to the USA Championships to the Diamond L...
 
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Benjamin.Bradley posted a blog - Jul 8 2014, 05:26 PM
Hey there folks! Welcome to my first Track & Field/Cross Country (TFCC) Moment of the Week! Every week from here on out, I will try to find an outstanding moment from recent track & field or cross country history to post on Track & Field ...
 
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Benjamin.Bradley posted a blog - Feb 20 2013, 08:59 AM
“Take your marks”,And you breathe deep,This moment, this day, right now,The reason for your lack of sleep. “Set” soon departs,The starter’s dry lips,Straighten your knees,Ignore the pain in your hips. ...
 
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Benjamin.Bradley posted a video - Jul 2 2012, 04:01 AM
RPTC founders racing the 100m!
 
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Benjamin.Bradley posted a photo - Jul 2 2012, 03:17 AM
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Benjamin.Bradley posted a news article - May 4 2012, 03:50 AM
Hey everyone! So I apparently was thinking incorrectly when I thought the meet was going to be held at West Albany High School this Saturday, May 5. I have not yet received a schedule for the meet, but as soon as I see one, I will make copies and emai...
 
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Benjamin.Bradley posted a blog - May 3 2012, 06:28 AM
Well folks. I've sure been out of the blogging game for a while. I'm missing my time of being able to sit down and right about my passion for such great sports. For the past couple of months I have been incredibly busy coordinating and coaching the Tra...
 
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peteregan
IMO, quitting is about as disgraceful an act as an athlete can engage in on the field of play. Losing with dignity is still losing, but it's still infinitely more respectable than quitting.
 
Benjamin.Bradley posted a news article - Apr 14 2012, 07:33 AM
Hey all!For those of you that will be checking emails in the morning.... Our first track meet is today and I am super excited. The meet is at Sweet Home High School. The address is 1641 Long Street, Sweet Home, OR 97386. Please try to have the kids the...
 
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