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ALLYSON FELIX SETS SEASON DEBUT AT AMERICAN TRACK LEAGUE; RYAN CROUSER TO ATTEMPT TO BEST HIS SHOT PUT WORLD RECORD

FAYETTEVILLE, AR: The final weekend of the American Track League indoor season isFAYETTEVILLE, AR: The final weekend of the American Track League indoor season isheating up with the most decorated woman in U.S. track and field history, as nine-time Olympic medalist Allyson Felix will kick off her 2021 season with a double in the Zenni Blokz 60m andthe 200m sprint.
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For Ryan Crouser, no world record this time, but more eye-popping marks in shot put at American Track League meet

A week ago, Ryan Crouser let loose a heave of 74 feet, 10 1/2 inches to break the indoor world record in the shot put. On Sunday, Crouser didn’t quite break his own record, but he did unleash a couple of more huge throws. Competing at the American Track League meet in Fayetteville, Arkansas, the reigning Olympic champion and former star at Barlow High School had tosses of 74-4 1/4 and 74-3 3/4 to win the event by 4 1/2 feet over second-place finisher Payton Otterdahl (69-9 1/2).
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American Track League #2 Recap: Bryce Hoppel Runs 1:44.37; Ryan Crouser Unleashes Another Monster Series

Bryce Hoppel gave the American record a scare in the men’s 800 to close out the second meet in the 2021 American Track League series in Fayetteville, Ark. The 23-year-old turned the most competitive race of the day into a blowout, using a 25.80 last lap to win in 1:44.37, just .15 off Donavan Brazier’s American record. Other top performances included Ryan Crouser unleashing the third-best throw ever indoors (22.66m) to win the shot put, Shaunae Miller-Uibo ripping a 22.40 to win the women’s 200, and Heather MacLean dusting Dani Jones over the final lap to win the women’s mile in 4:27.54.
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American Ryan Crouser breaks world indoor shot put record

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Olympic champion Ryan Crouser broke the world indoor shot put record at an American Track League meet in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on Sunday. Crouser tossed the shot put 22.82 meters (74 feet, 10½ inches) on his first attempt to break the mark of 22.66 (74-4¼) set by Randy Barnes on Jan. 20, 1989. Crouser’s record is pending ratification.
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Track and Field great Ryan Crouser breaks world record

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Texas Track and Field legend Ryan Crouser broke the indoor shot put world record on Sunday at the American Track League meet held at the Randal Tyson Track Center. Crouser broke the record on his first attempt, launching the orb 22.82m/74-10.5 – a full 6.25 inches further than Randy Barnes' 1989 world-record mark.
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Ryan Crouser breaks indoor shot put World Record at Tyson Center

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A world record performance in the shot put on Sunday signaled the return of professional track and field on the University of Arkansas campus as Ryan Crouser’s first attempt inside the Randal Tyson Track Center measured 74 feet, 10.5 inches (22.82) to better a 32-year-old record. “It’s...
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