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The #30 and #31 teams ended up being different as Indiana got in at #30 and Eastern Michigan at #31 instead of Missouri and Virginia Tech.
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On Monday, track and field’s international governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), approved the entry standards for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
The list specifies the minimum times, distances, and (for the pole vault and high jump) heights that athletes need to achieve to be eligible to participate at the upcoming XXXI Olympiad.
“I think there is a correlation between distance running and academics because it’s such a mental grind.
I think you see a lot of successful distance runners that are successful academically not because they are super smart but because of their personality; they’re grinders.
Sonja Henie made her Olympic debut in Chamonix in 1924, aged just 11, and was so nervous she had to ask her coach what to do midway through her routines.
There are a few reasons why you should care about this.
For one, athletics is the original Olympic discipline, dating back to the very first iteration of the Games.
“The first event contested in the ancient Olympic Games was the ‘stadium’ race, a sprint of about 192 meters,” the Olympics’ official website explains.
“Winners in this event have been recorded from as far back as 776 BC.” Since the modern era began in 1896, the most popular events we have today–like the long jump, 100 meters, 1500 meters, or the marathon–have been contested at every single Olympics, as one can see from this chart.
Jackson Haines, a ballet master living in Vienna in the 1860s, added elements of ballet and dance to give the sport its grace.