WATCH: Ashton Eaton 2012 Olympic Trials

Ashton Eaton announced he's retiring from track & field on Jan. 4, 2017. Here's a look back at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials where he set the decathlon world record
Via The Oregonian
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Two-time Olympic gold medalist Ashton Eaton announces his retirement

The World’s Greatest Athlete is hanging up the spikes. Former Oregon decathlete star Ashton Eaton announced his retirement yesterday, ending a historic career highlighted by gold medals at the London and Rio Olympics. His wife, Brianne Theisen-Eaton, who also competed for the University of Oregon, is also retiring with Eaton. Theisen-Eaton is an Olympic bronze medalist in the...
Via Addicted to Quack
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2-time Olympic decathlon champion Ashton Eaton retiring

Two-time Olympic decathlon gold medalist Ashton Eaton and heptathlete Brianne Theisen-Eaton have announced their retirements in side-by-side essays on their website. Considered the first family of multi-events, Ashton and Brianne met at the University of Oregon as teenagers and married in July 2013. Their coach, Harry Marra, officiated the wedding. The 28-year-old Eaton hinted...
Via Associated Press
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Heptathlete Brianne Theisen-Eaton and husband, Ashton Eaton announce their retirement together

Brianne Theisen-Eaton and husband, Ashton Eaton, headlined by many as the “world’s most athletic couple” have announced their retirement together. The two Olympic track and field athletes made the announcement on their website – Theison-Eaton, 28, most recently won bronze at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in the heptathlon. The Canadian has also earned world championship...
Via Excelle Sports
1 day ago

2-time Olympic decathlon gold medalist Ashton Eaton, wife heptathlete Brianne Theisen-Eaton announce retirements at 28

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) 2-time Olympic decathlon gold medalist Ashton Eaton, wife heptathlete Brianne Theisen-Eaton announce retirements at 28.
Via Associated Press
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Oregon Track and Field: Ashton Eaton Announces Retirement

Former US Track and Field and Oregon Decathlete Ashton Eaton has announced his retirement. It is a sad day, but a memorable one for Track and Field fans in Tracktown USA. Former Oregon Duck and Decathlete Ashton Eaton announced his retirement from the sport on Twitter on Wednesday morning. One cannot say enough about his […] Oregon Track and Field: Ashton Eaton Announces Retirement...
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Olympic medalists Ashton Eaton, Brianne Theisen-Eaton jointly announce retirement

Both two-time Olympic gold medalist Ashton Eaton and his wife, bronze medalist Brianne Theisen-Eaton, announced their retirement from competition in a post on their website on Wednesday morning.Eaton won two gold medals in the decathlon representing the United States at the 2012 and 2016 Games, respectively. In qualifying for London 2012, Eaton achieved a decathlon score of 9039...
Via FOX Sports
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Nimble By Northwest – The Eatons Take Over The IAAF World Indoor Championships

From March 17th through the 20th, the IAAF World Indoor Championships were held in Portland, Oregon. It was the first time this event had been held in the United States for more than 100 years. The meet featured a plethora of track and field events: shot put, hurdles, dashes, jumps … it was a fun time! And the star stand-out? None other than Oregon’s own, world decathlon record...
Via Oregon Sports News
March 31, 2016  |  Discuss

Ashton Eaton captures 3rd straight world indoor heptathlon title

PORTLAND, Ore. — His gold medal was nice. His wife's meant even more. That is what Ashton Eaton told the hometown crowd on Saturday night, drawing quite a few "Ahhs." Then again, he did win by a very comfortable margin — again. Eaton won his third straight heptathlon title at the world indoor track and field championships, taking all the suspense out of the competition with...
Via Associated Press
March 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Patent pending: Nike’s Ashton Eaton recovery head sleeve

“After asking questions about current recovery techniques, the conversation prompted me to ask myself: Why does it feel good, after running, to pour a bottle of water over your head? I don’t know the physiological answer, but the fact that it does feel better makes me perform better.” The above passage by Olympian and decathlon record holder, Ashton Eaton, triggered Nike to...
Via Campus Sports Net
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

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