Felix, Gatlin, Merritt Race Into Rio OlympicsOlympic mainstays Allyson Felix, LaShawn Merritt and Justin Gatlin, are all on their way to Rio de Janeiro. With the best times in the world this year to boot. Gatlin's 100-meter run in 9.8 seconds on Sunday will turn the most heads.
Richards-Ross Tries To Extend Career At Olympic TrialsSanya Richards-Ross is a long shot to make the American squad at the Olympic trials because of a painful big toe that's haunted her for years and a hamstring ailment that recently surfaced.
Frenzied Month For Sprinter Justin GatlinJustin Gatlin's focus is strictly on closing the gap with Usain Bolt, who's getting stronger by the day with the Beijing world championships just three months away.
Dallas Student Wins Scholar Athlete HonorA young man from W.H. Adamson High School in Dallas was recognized for is work on the track and in the classroom. See what happened when we surprised Alexander Hernandez.
Former Coach Facing Ban Sues Tyson GayTrack coach Jon Drummond is suing athlete Tyson Gay, saying that he is facing a lifetime ban over doping charges from the same organization that pursued Lance Armstrong.
Texas To Sell Alcohol At Some Sports EventsTexas will begin selling beer and wine at some athletic events, starting Friday at the Texas softball invitational tournament. Texas has long banned alcohol sales at athletic events.
Texas Merges Men & Women Track ProgramsThe University of Texas has promoted Mario Sategna to head coach of the Longhorns' newly combined men's and women's track and field programs.
Goodwin Hopes To Break 40-Yard Dash RecordLonghorns wide receiver Marquise Goodwin had just 26 catches as a senior in Austin, but his speed and athleticism give scouts reason to think he'll be more productive in the NFL.
Frisco Student Wins Scholar Athlete HonorDelaney Miller from Frisco Centennial High School has been named the WingStop Scholar Athlete of the Month for November.