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Ducks Split Squad This Weekend in Seattle, Albuquerque

After an impressive showing in New York two weekends ago, the Ducks will split into two squads this weekend for the Husky Classic in Seattle and the Don Kirby Elite Invitational in Albuquerque

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Decorated Class of 11 Joins Oregon Track and Field

Eleven prep standouts from around the country and the globe have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Oregon Track and Field program

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Ducks Take Brand Nationwide in 2017

The Ducks will take their brand nationwide in 2017, with meets in New York, Florida, California, Pennsylvania and Washington.

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Ducks Round Out Track and Field Rosters

Oregon has added a U.S. Olympic Trials finalist, a pair of NCAA all-Americans and a handful of other newcomers to the 2017 track and field rosters.

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Rupp’s Marathon Bronze Caps Outstanding Olympics for Oregon

Of the 22 all-time Olympic medals won by Oregon alums, nearly a third came in Rio.

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Centrowitz Ends America’s 108 Year Dry Spell in the 1,500 Meters

Matthew Centrowitz snapped a 108 year-old dry spell in the men’s 1,500 meters for the United States with a wire-to-wire victory Saturday at the Rio Olympic Games.

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Gardner Helps Americans Win Relay Gold

English Gardner became the first Duck woman to run in an Olympic final and win a gold medal.

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Eaton: “I was willing to run myself into the hospital” for the Gold Medal

It was an accomplishment so great, even the sky started weeping.

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Eaton: “I was willing to run myself into the hospital” for the Gold Medal

Ashton Eaton is the “Greatest of All Time.” Again.

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Eaton Takes Olympic Decathlon Lead

RIO DE JANEIRO – Ashton Eaton did something on Wednesday that he had not done since his junior year at Oregon in 2009. He trailed after the first event of the decathlon.

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