Olympic Race Walking
Greatest Moments In Olympic Race Walking
Okay, race-walking events aren’t the most glamorous Olympic competitions, but they’re hardly a stroll in the park, either. Winners in the 20-kilometer walk will average better than nine miles per hour for 12.5 miles. And the lack of running doesn’t prevent a close, exciting finish.
Walk, Don’t Run: Olympic Race Walking Controversies
Great controversies in Olympic race walking history.
Olympic Race Walking Rules
Rules for Olympic race walking events
What is Olympic Race Walking?
What is Olympic race walking? These are events that require great stamina (the 50-kilometer version is longer than the marathon) plus precise attention to proper technique to avoid committing a dreaded “lifting” infraction.
Women's 20-Kilometer Walk Olympic Medalists
The Women’s 20-kilometer walk Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal Winners from the Olympic Games.
Men's 50-Kilometer Walk Olympic Medalists
The Men's 50-kilometer walk Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal Winners from the Olympic Games.
Men's 20-Kilometer Walk Olympic Medalists
The Men's 20-kilometer walk Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal Winners from the Olympic Games.
2008 Olympic Marathon Results
Results of the 2008 Olympic men's and women's marathon races.
2008 Olympic Race Walk Results
Results of the 2008 Olympic men's and women's 20-kilometer race walk, and the men's 50-kilometer race walk.