Athletes from around the globe ran the Men's 10k Tuesday nightat Hayward Field to close out the first day of competition at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
TrackTown USA is making it easy for fans, officials, volunteers, coaches, athletes and media to get to historic Hayward Field and other destinations around town during the IAAF World Junior Championships Oregon 2014.
The Seattle Mariners first ever “Bark in the Park,” brought hundreds of dogs and their owners to the right field bleachers at Safeco Field.
Brandon Austin was a bench player for the men's basketball team. Earlier this year, a woman accused Austin and two teammates of raping her during a party. None of the men were charged.
The University of Oregon got off on the right foot at the US junior championships last weekend with incoming freshmen Ashlee Moore winning the heptathalon.
American pride packed the Oakshire Public House for the US match against Belgium on Tuesday, with standing room only from start to finish.
Although the match started mid-day on a Tuesday, US fans turned in their business atire and donned the nation's red, white and blue.
From chants of "I believe that we will win" to gasps when things looked to be turning for the worse, all eyes were glued to the TV until the final whistle blew.
Belgium bounced the US from the tournament, 2-1. All three goals game in the final minutes of the match, which had remained tied at 0-0 after 90 minutes.
Bloomberg’s Eric Chemi crunches the numbers and predicts a 38% chance for the USA soccer team to advance to the quarterfinals at this years World Cup in Brazil. Chemi speaks on “In The Loop.”
The United States advanced to the knockout round of the World Cup despite a 1-0 loss to Germany on Thursday.
The math by which the World Cup determines which teams advance out of the initial groups of 4 favored the Americans, who beat Ghana and tied Portugal before falling to the Germans.
"Ten years ago you wouldn't have thought this was possible, that we could be here at 9 in the morning with breakfast beers watching the US in a World Cup game with this many people," soccer fan John Jarboe said as he watched the game at Oakshire Brewing.
Just as fan interest has spiked - Thursday's game lost the U.S. an estimated $390 million in worker prooductivity - so have sales of soccer goods.
One win, one draw, one exiting team! The USA Men's soccer team is set to take the field against Germany on Thursday at 9 a.m. for their third World Cup match. Local fans are fired up for the game, and our photojournalist caught up with a few to hear why they cheer on Team USA.
Weyerhaeuser plans to sell a limited number of permits to access private timberlands for recreational purposes.
The Seahawks received their Super Bowl XLVIII championship rings last night at a private ceremony. Tiffany & Co. made the rings, with input from Paul Allen, Pete Carroll, John Schneider and others.
The Oregon football team's “Win The Day” slogan was temporarily removed from the walls inside Autzen Stadium, which led to a lot of speculation through various social media outlets.
It all started when University of Oregon Senior associate athletic director Craig Pintens tweeted a picture of the inside Autzen Stadium alluding to the bare walls.
Native Americans and their supporters are applauding a local newspaper's decision to drop the word "Redskins" from its sports coverage.
The new Eugene Emeralds identity, adopted in late 2012, pays tribute to America's greatest urban legend, the legend of Sasquatch in the Pacific Northwest. The primary logo features a Sasquatch unearthing trees behind "Emeralds" lettering.
Team USA scored a goal in the opening seconds of their World Cup match against Ghana Monday.
The crowd at Oakshire Brewing Public House erupted in cheers and chants of "U-S-A! U-S-A!".
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