Track Beauties at Golden Globe Awards

We know about Gold T… Last night USA Track beauties, Allison Felix and DeeDee Trotter joined in on the Golden Globes fun at NBC Universal’s Gold Meets Golden after party in Beverly Hills. The two Olympians were more than happy to attend the  71st Annual Golden Globe Awards After Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel.-TO Olympians Hit Up Audi Golden Globes Party Meet Winter Olympic...
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Olympians Hit Up Audi Golden Globes Party

Perks of being an Olympian T… Olympic Medalists, DeeDee Trotter and Will Claye attends the Audi Golden Globes Weekend Cocktail Party held at Cecconi’s Restaurant in Los Angeles, This is the perfect way to kick off Golden Globes week.-TO Olympian Will Claye as Dr. J for Halloween Meet Winter Olympic Hopeful, Jazmine Fenlator
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Olympic Medalists at the Hollywood Christmas Parade

Tis the season T…USA Track & Field Olympics Medalists, Will Claye and DeeDee Trotter helped bring the holiday spirit to Los Angeles at the 82nd Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade. Claye and Trotter strolled through Hollywood Blvd on the Well Fargo stagecoach spreading Christmas cheer and season’s greetings. Legendary astronaut, Buzz Aldrin was the Grand Marshall and the parade...
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December 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Atlanta brings Olympians to track

Atlanta Motor Speedway brought some golden talent to the track Sunday afternoon. Local gold medalists DeeDee Trotter, Vincent Hancock and Jamie Lynn Gray were on sight touring the track and planning to take in Sunday's AdvoCare 500. Trotter was a member of the 4x400 track and field relay team that won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics. She also won bronze in the 400. ...
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September 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Gold for U.S. women in 4x400m relay

The American women won gold in the 4x400 meter relay at the Olympics on Saturday with a time of 3:16.87. Anchored by Sanya Richards-Ross the U.S. women crushed the field crossing the finish line without any pressure from the competition.   Russia got the silver medal in 3:20.23 while Jamaica wins the bronze in 3:20.95. The American women set the world record and won the 4x100m race on Friday.  
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August 11, 2012  |  Discuss

US, Jamaica reach women's 4x400-meter relay final

The United States and Jamaica advanced to the Olympic final of the women's 4x400-meter relay Friday night. Both high-profile teams easily won their preliminary heats. With 400 bronze medalist DeeDee Trotter running the anchor leg after Keshia Baker, Francena McCorory and Diamond Dixon circled the track, the Americans finished in 3 minutes, 22.09 seconds. Jamaicans Christine...
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August 10, 2012  |  Discuss


''The Olympic trials prepared us for any kind of weather. I mean, we had pretty much four seasons in Eugene, (Ore.), so bring it on. If it wants to rain, if it wants to be windy, throw a tornado out there, USA is going to run and we're going to run fast every time.'' - U.S. runner DeeDee Trotter after winning a 400-meter qualifier in the rain at Olympic Stadium...
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August 03, 2012  |  Discuss

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