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Runners compete in Simplot Games

Runners compete in Simplot Games

Adele Bonomi, Assistant Web Editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, News, Slideshows, Sports & Fitness

WEB EXCLUSIVE Track and field athletes from across the nation and around world from countries such as Australia, Norway and New Zealand gathered this weekend at Idaho State University to compete in the Simplot Games. The three-day competition began with two days of preliminary races and qualifie...

Looking back and moving forward

Looking back and moving forward

Camilla Bykhovsky, Sports Editor

April 30, 2015


Filed under Opinion

I have been running on the cross-country and track teams since my freshman year, going  through eight seasons of training, competing, losing and winning. I always thought I would be able to finish my last season strong and competitively to move on to run in college, but that is not the case. Training ...

‘Locked’ out: Learning to compete with a serious injury

‘Locked’ out: Learning to compete with a serious injury

December 12, 2014


Filed under Sports & Fitness

Camilla Bykhovsky Sports Editor Running describes everything for me — my work ethic, my values and way I carry myself. In my busy day-to-day routine, it is the only time I get to reflect. Through the twisted dirt-covered roads with roots sticking out and people screaming on the sidelines, I ...

I run like a girl

I run like a girl

May 27, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Sprinting to the finish and passing the cheering parents and team members on the sideline always sparks my competitive side, which is why I joined the cross-country team freshman year. To my surprise, the coed team was almost entirely made up of boys. I found their physical strength intimidating,...

Committing to the course

April 8, 2014


Filed under Opinion, Sports & Fitness

Dedication is something I have struggled with throughout my adolescent life. The term “commitment” always made me feel uneasy because I cherished freedom in the idea that a team wasn’t relying on me. Commitment stressed me out whether it was deciding on what dish to order in a restaurant to the monu...

Course chaos

Course chaos

February 13, 2014


Filed under Sports & Fitness

Camilla Bykhovsky Senior Reporter The gun goes off and 200 racers begin the 3-mile trek in 84 degree heat around the Stanford Golf Course. Passing the first mile mark, the race begins to separate into the faster and slower paced runners. Our coach, standing under the timing booth, yells out our fir...

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