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"Russian officials question effectiveness of blood doping..."

- The sports page headline from Moscow on Wednesday. In a stunning admission, frustrated Russian political and athletic leaders are no longer convinced that blood doping really works.  

Track and Field: USA Track & Field Championships President Obama Rips Ultra Successful Nike Oregon Project In one of his first public appearances since his health care bill passed the House, President Obama praised the "blue-collar" Hansons Brooks running group and called on Nike to rein in spending on $75,000 anti-gravity treadmills.

Russian Officials Question Effectiveness Of Blood Doping President Medvedev: "We're getting left in the dust. Spending millions on Soviet-era doping has left us leading the world in doping positives but way behind in medals. We're in desperate need of an upgrade."

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Third Brojo Found His name is Moisés, but we call him Mojo.

Employee #1 Joins Record Number Of Unemployed Teh first ever LetsRun employee was let go for to many typos on the front page.

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Diamond League meet organizers and Usain Bolt fans are scrambling to find out what is wrong with the King of Sprints after he inexplicably left a Kingston club at 2AM last Thursday night. Coach Mills: "I'm speechless. I thought Usain could really party."

UK Athletics And USATF Vow Never Again To Send Male Teams To IAAF World Cross Country Championships USATF CEO Doug Logan on the decision: "Since there is no chance we’ll ever win a medal again on the men’s side at world cross country, we’ve both made the painful decision to stop sending teams and athletes to the world cross country championships.”

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Colorado Woman Says She Has No Plans To Run A Marathon Her neighbors and fellow parishioners are appalled: "She's really talented. We would kill to have sub 6 hour speed like her... and to just throw it away."

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