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Badger Track Club Paralympic Athlete Tyler Wigington wins 2017 Wisconsin USATF indoor 1500M

Badger Track Club Paralympic Athlete Tyler Wigington wins 2017 Wisconsin USATF indoor 1500M

Tyler Wigington won the 1,500M at the 2017 Wisconsin USATF indoor 1500M in a time of 4:48.83.  He took the lead on the second lap of the race and never looked back.  Tyler is currently training for the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo.  Keep checking back for the latest news on Tyler and his journey to 2020!

 

2017 USATF Wisconsin 23rd Annual Indoor Track & Field Meet Carthage College February 5th

Sunday, February 5, 2017 – Sunday, February 5, 2017
Start Time: 8:00 AM
Carthage College – Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center
Kenosha, WI, WI
On-Time Entry Deadline: 2/1/2017 12:31:19 PM
Late Entry Deadline: 2/4/2017 12:31:31 PM

 

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When: Sunday, February 5, 2017 Packet Pick-up opens at 8:00 A.M. and continues throughout the day. See order of events for meet schedule. Track Meet must be done by 5:00 P.M.

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Pascal Dobert Core Work Video for Distance Runners

Badger Track Club recommends core strength training to improve your fitness and distance running.  Pascal currently works for Bowerman Track Club and is considered one of the best core strength coaches in the world of distance running.  Pascal is a 3 time US Champion in the steeple chase, US Olympic Trials Champion and 2 time Olympian.  He is a former Wisconsin Badger team-mate of Badger Track Club coach Scott Brinen.  Badger Track Club incorporates techniques developed by Dobert to boost performance of it’s athletes.

 

Here is a short video of Pascal talking about his workouts

Footlocker Best of the Best

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Owen and Laura Bosley excel at Nike Cross Country Nationals Competitive 5k Heartland Regional for Badger Track Club

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Mother and Son compete at Nike Cross Country Nationals(NXN) Competitive 5k Heartland Regional(11.13.2016)

-Owen Bosley and Laura Bosley competed in the NXN Heartland Regional 5k Competitive Race in Sioux Falls South Dakota at Yankton Trail Park.  The mother son duo finished 49th and 50th overall.  Owen’s time was 19:10.9 which was good for 3rd in his age division. Laura was a few steps behind and finished in 19:14.7 which was second overall for the women.  It was their first race running for Badger Track Club.  You can see more results here HERE

 

 

 

Badgers to host 2016 NCAA Great Lakes Regional tomorrow FRIDAY NOV 11th

MADISON, Wis. – For the fifth consecutive season, the Badgers will be hosting the NCAA Great Lakes Regional meet at the Thomas Zimmer Championship Course. The Wisconsin men’s team is aiming for their 14th title since the turn of the century following a thrilling Big Ten crown, while the women’s team for a record 14th Great Lakes Regional victory. The women’s side will kick off the festivities with their six-kilometer race at noon (CT) while the men’s 10-kilometer race will follow at 1 p.m.
Make sure you come out to see this meet, it’s Collegiate Distance running at it’s best!!!READ MORE

 

Make sure you come out to see this meet, it’s Collegiate Distance running at it’s best!!!

Nuttycombe Invitational Preview

Over the years the Wisconsin Invitational grew into the monster that it is today, only satiated when it devours numerous nationally-ranked teams.

RANKED TEAMS

#1 Northern Arizona
#2 Syracuse
#3 BYU
#7 Portland
#8 Iona
#11 Stanford
#14 Iowa State
#15 Eastern Kentucky
#16 Wisconsin
#17 Georgetown
#18 Boise State
#21 Colorado State
#22 Michigan State
#23 Washington
#24 Providence
#25 Penn
#26 Tulsa
#27 UCLA
#29 Illinois
RV Columbia
RV Minnesota
RV NC State
RV Princeton
RV Southern Utah
RV Washington State
 

What started off as a modest proposal to bring 8-10 teams per gender, at most, for each championship race turned into what cross country fans will see on Friday afternoon. Fans not in attendance at the Thomas Zimmer Championship Cross Country Course can follow along with the action on the National Results Wall on USTFCCCA.org.

Read more HERE

USATF Cross Country Meet Nov. 6th Parkside

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USATF Wisconsin Cross Country Meet Sunday, November 6th, Kenosha
On Saturday, November 6th, on the campus of University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, the USATF Wisconsin Cross-Country Meet will be held. Entries are now being accepted, both online and mail-in.
Those interested in competing must be 2016 USATF members or 2017 members (beginning November 1st). Individual memberships can be purchased at http://www.usatf.org/Products—Services/Individual-Memberships.aspx.
 
Online entry for the Junior Olympics (ages 18 and under) is at http://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=123030#/Meet. Online entry for the Open and Masters divisions is at http://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=123039#/Results.

More information about the meet can be found in the informational flyer, at http://www.wisconsin.usatf.org/USATF_ASSOC_20/files/d9/d9e2d613-4dbe-4d75-86a9-cc0d29fcc2a7.pdf. Note that the age groups listed on the flyer are not correct. The age divisions for competition year 2016 are as follows:

Age Division Year of Birth
8 & Under 2008+*
9 – 10 2006-2007
11 – 12 2004-2005
13 – 14 2002-2003
15 – 16 2000-2001
17 – 18 1998-1999**

* Per USATF Rule 300.1 (c) “Athletes must be at least seven (7) years of age on December 31 of the current year to compete at the Youth Athletics or Junior Olympic National Championships.”

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Do Ice Baths Really Fight Inflammation?

Sports science, circa 2005, was pretty confident that ice baths accelerate recovery by fighting the inflammation in muscles after a hard workout. The actual evidence that ice baths really hastened recovery was admittedly ambiguous, but the idea that cold fights inflammation seemed self-evident.


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Meditation Plus Running as a Treatment for Depression

Meditating before running could change the brain in ways that are more beneficial for mental health than practicing either of those activities alone, according to an interesting study of a new treatment program for people with depression.

As many people know from experience, depression is characterized in part by an inability to stop dwelling on gloomy thoughts and unhappy memories from the past. Researchers suspect that this thinking pattern, known as rumination, may involve two areas of the brain in particular: the prefrontal cortex, a part of the brain that helps to control attention and focus, and the hippocampus, which is critical for learning and memory. In some studies, people with severe depression have been found to have a smaller hippocampus than people who are not depressed.

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