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Preview: Hoosiers track and field looks to have success on the road By Christopher Webb The IU track and field squad will split up this week, as most of the athletes will have the opportunity to showcase their talents on the road, it will have to be in separate locations. Coach Helmers will be sending some of his distance runners to Notre Dame, led by junior distance runner Chelsea Blanchard, as they will be competing in the two day Meyo Invitational, which he hopes will gain national marks. “I am going to send a couple of my middle distance runners to Notre Dame,” Coach Helmers said “Hopefully we can gain some national marks and set us up to move up in the Division I rankings.” Coach Ron Helmers wants to give some of his athletes a rest which includes sophomore Andy
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Unformatted text preview: Bayer, who garnered his second straight Big Ten athlete of the week honors after posting the fastest mile this season at the Indiana Relays. I want to give some of the top athletes, a little bit of chance to recover mentally and physically, Coach Helmers said I want to give them four or five days to clear their minds and get rid of the soreness so they can get their mileage back A select few of IU sprinters and individuals who participate in field events are expected to take their collective talents to the new GaREAT Sports Complex in Geneva, Ohio, as those individuals will compete in the GaREAT Collegiate Invitational....
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course JOUR 200 taught by Professor Donlon during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.

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