Jul.29, 2016, under News
How Elite Sprinters Run So Fast
Here is the video from Scientific American. Scientists study the stride of Olympic athlete Mike Rodgers
Apr.28, 2016, under News
EME NEWS (APR 26, 2016)
SANTO DOMINGO (DOM): Double Olympic gold medalist (2004 and 2012) at 400 m hurdles and best Dominican Republic athlete ever Felix Sanchez announced his retirement at age of 38. He was also double World champion in 2001 and 2003. His area record 47.25 comes from winning the World title in 2003 in Paris. He competed at 4 Olympic Games and 8 World Championships. He made the announcement from his home in Los Angeles via video conference at the headquarters of the Dominican Olympic Committee (COD) through the Skype service. Sanchez plans to be in Rio as commentator.
We at TC Management congratulate Two-Time Olympic Champion Felix Sanchez on an amazing career as he has chosen to retire this year. An amazing client, athlete, and friend, we wish him the best as he moves forward.
Felix had an amazing career spanning more than 15 years at the elite level. During that time he won 2 Olympic Gold Medals and 2 World Championships Golds in the 400m Hurdles. He had an undefeated streak of 43 races in which included his two World Championship individual Golds.
Thank you for all your hard work and contribution to Track and Field. You will be missed.
2 x Olympic champion
2 x World champion
1 x World Championships Silver medallist
1 x Pan American Games winner
1 x World Athletics Final winner
1 x World (Continental) Cup winner
5 x World Championships finalist
3 x Pan American Games Bronze medallist
1 x Grand Prix Final winner
13 x Golden League meeting winner
2 x Pan American Games finalist
2 x CAC Championships Silver medallist
1 x NCAA champion
1 x World Athletics Final finalist
1 x CAC Championships Bronze medallist
1 x NACAC Championships finalist
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Feb.06, 2016, under News
Orlando Ortega (ESP) Interview after National Record in Düsseldorf
Jan.21, 2015, under Uncategorized
WINSTON-SALEM (USA, Jan 18): At the State Open meet fast 6.61 in the 60m by Sean McLean.
Jan.04, 2015, under Uncategorized
Mike Rodgers finishes a stellar season with a World Number 2 Ranking in the Men’s 100m. Rodgers finished second to Justin Gatlin in the world rankings. Rodgers claimed 7 sub 10 sec runs (two wind-aided) that helped him secure that ranking. A great season for Mike Rodgers and a great set up for a run at World Championships later in 2015. Congrats Mike Rodgers!
Sep.20, 2014, under Uncategorized
Felix Sanchez Named newest Laureus Ambassador
NEW ORLEANS (USA): Double Olympic champion at 400 m hurdles and Laureus Award winner Felix Sanchez has been named the newest Laureus Ambassador. The track star took part in a Youth Sport and Coaching panel discussion where it was announced that the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation would invest US$1.5 million to support youth sport in New Orleans over the next three years.
Reported by EME News
Sep.20, 2014, under News
RODGERS LIKES FISH, NO QUIPS
As a 9.85 100m sprinter, Mike Rodgers is one of the big fish in the world of sprinting. It is perhaps no surprise then that the 2010 world indoor 60m silver medallist is a big fan of tropical fish.
Aug.02, 2014, under Uncategorized
Natasha Hastings Featured on Holla Atcha Boy
Jul.15, 2014, under News
European Summer Update: July 3rd – July 14th
TC Management (TCM) started the second half of the European Circuit on July 3rd with the Diamond League Meeting in Lausanne (July 3rd). In the Men’s 400m Hurdles, Felix Sanchez, Ran a season best 49.08 to finish 4th. In the Men’s 100m Mike Rodgers ran 9.98 for 3rd in the non-Diamond League race.
The next stop for TCM Athletes was Diamond League: Paris (July 5th). The Paris Areva meeting led to another season best for Felix Sanchez in the 400m hurdles. Sanchez ran 48.91 was good enough to take 4th. Natasha Hastings made her return to Europe with a 51.74 in the Women’s 400m for 6th. Mike Rodgers claimed victory in the Men’s 100m in 10.00. This is Rodgers 6th sub 10.10 of the season.
Padova, Italy (July 6th) was the next stop. It saw the first European races of both Mike Berry and Sean McLean‘s careers. Mike Berry won his first European Race in 45.70 over 400m. Sean McLean had a difficult opener and finished 5th in 10.49 for 100m. Candice Price finished 2nd in the Women’s 100m Hurdles with 13.23.
TCM headed to Montreuil, France on July 7th. Omo Osaghae opened his European season with a top 5 finish in 13.51 over the 110m Hurdles. Natasha Hastings captured 3rd in the Women’s 400m in 52.11. Wesley Vazquez won the Men’s 800m in 1:45.60. Mike Rodgers did not race due to lower back tightness.
July 8th had TC Management in Budapest. The meet was marred with strong headwinds for most races. Two hurdles raced in Budapest, Candice Price and Omo Osaghae. Price ran both the 100m and the 100m hurdles back to back. She finished the 100m in 12.27 (-2.6 m/s ) and came back to run 13.27 (-1.3 m/s) for 6th in the hurdles. Osaghae placed 5th in the 110m Hurdles with 13.67 (-1.4 m/s).
Next TCM headed back to the Diamond League: London (Glasgow). Felix Sanchez played 4th with a time of 49.01 in the Men’s 400m Hurdles. Sean McLean sped to a top 3 finish in the Men’s 100m B-race in 10.29. In the Women’s 400m, Natasha Hastings ran 52.38 for 7th. In the Men’s Long Jump, Michael Hartfield leaped to 7.98 for 2nd place.
Next stop was Linz, Austria on July 15th. The Men’s 110 hurdles had Omo Osaghae finish 2nd in 13.45 in a close race with Mikel Thomas of TTO (13.42). In the Women’s 100m Hurdles, Candice Price ran 13.06 for 5th. Mike Rodgers returned to competition after a tight back and blazed to a season best 9.92 for 2nd place. In the Men’s 400m both Michael Berry and Calvin Smith II dashed the one-lapper. Calvin Smith had a big season best with a run of 45.54 improving from his 45.92 best earlier in the season. Michael Berry place 6th with 45.69 in a very close race. Only 6 tenths of a second were between 1st and 6th. In the Men’s Long Jump Michael Hartfield leaped to a personal best 8.15m for 2nd place behind Will Claye’s 8.19m.
As the European season continues, keep checking back for more updates. See you on the track!