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  • #31
    Originally posted by jazzcyclist View Post
    But that appears to be only for Olympic medal bonuses, not a blanket exemption allowing NCAA athletes to collect money anywhere anytime from their country's federation.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by 18.99s View Post
      But that appears to be only for Olympic medal bonuses, not a blanket exemption allowing NCAA athletes to collect money anywhere anytime from their country's federation.
      I think it includes world championships too, and other competitions in which they're representing their country.

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      • #33
        Akeem Bloomfield goes pro, signed with Puma.

        http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/lates...field_goes_pro

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        • #34
          Kate Hall, Georgia LJ, see link on home page.

          No sponsorship announcement; her tweet just says she is giving up her “last year at UGA to focus on qualifying for the World Championships next year.” [Technically she has two outdoor seasons of collegiate eligibility remaining, and one indoor].

          A reply by Bulldog coach Kyprianou wisher her the best in her professional career, so the parting was amicable, as Hall heads home to Maine to train with those who coached her to a HS record back in 2015.

          I have not read any news or seen any interviews that might explain her disappointing day in Eugene (16th place).

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