Goodwin said he was leaving the Bills to focus on track, but it was only a joke. He says, "Football is my deal. Track is my fun."
InsideTheGames.biz said, "Given the serious and damning nature of sporting news in recent months, it is reassuring that there remains time for humour, although some of the spoof stories touch close to the bone."
The beer mile's got nothing on this race.
Title IX has gone global.
Brett Larner took an April 1st dig at the USA including a fake quote that read, "There is a great deal of talk that we need to look to what the U.S.A. is doing right in order to win medals. Most of their best athletes are immigrants, and their success has motivated their best native-born athletes to try harder. Looking at that example it's easy to see that the time is right to take this step."
Hightower: “I realized that I could better serve my country through a more direct role in [as an athlete in] international competition than by just being an IAAF delegate. With that in mind I instructed my board to overturn my previous decision.”
Rudisha said his phone was ringing so much after the article that he turned it off. He's healthy and training and will start his season at some low key meets before racing Doha DL on May 9th.