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a competition that takes place on a field rather than on a running track

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Representing Honda, Joyner-Kersee will compete in several track and field events and be involved with numerous educational programs; including the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge.
The special guests will participate in hands-on instruction courses in wheelchair fencing, sit volleyball, wheelchair basketball, swimming and the Third Annual First Step Clinic, an inspiring session for amputees who wish to participate in track and field events.
They were followed by various field events plus the hurdles, 60m and 80m heats.
As they did in the Southern California Championships last week when the Moorpark men finished fourth, the Raiders scored all of its points in the field events.
Pupils of Exhall Grange School will be competing in track and field events.
com which brings the fun and excitement of summer games-style track and field events to wireless phones.
Athletes will go head-to-head in 16 track and field events with the winner of each taking a slice of the 400,000 dollar (pounds 285,000) prize.
Unlike the sprints, hurdles and relays, the top six athletes from Southern California advance in the distance and field events, giving Gomez a reasonable opportunity.
Ward is also a world record holder in Master's level competition track and field events.
Running and field events for today's 72nd meeting between the two schools begins at 11 a.
The field events programme of shot, high jump, pole vault, long jump and triple jump, is scheduled for Sunday, December 14.
BioKite is presenting the first of its new 'American Eagle' kites to athletes at the 23rd NVW Games on July 8 during the day's Track and Field events.
The success in field events can be explained by their focus on technique.
She supported the local high schools in track and field events, worked with children as a science explainer at SciTrek, and was involved in several ice/roller skating events including Georgia's Special Olympics.
In field events, 52-year-old freshman Linda Cohn looks to qualify in the javelin.
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