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  • RIP John Dye (DyeStat)

    in 1998 I stumbled across a web-site that changed the face of HS T&F - DyeStat. Suddenly there was a way to follow CURRENT HS T&F results and stats.
    It was absolutely the go-to place for HS coaches every week.

    I am convinced that HS Track got better just because kids were suddenly able to see what their peers were doing.

    https://www.mykeeper.com/profile/JohnDye/


  • #2
    A legendary figure.

    May he Rest In Peace.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Atticus View Post
      in 1998 I stumbled across a web-site that changed the face of HS T&F - DyeStat. Suddenly there was a way to follow CURRENT HS T&F results and stats.
      It was absolutely the go-to place for HS coaches every week.

      I am convinced that HS Track got better just because kids were suddenly able to see what their peers were doing.

      https://www.mykeeper.com/profile/JohnDye/
      Absolutely the truth. Here's an excellent tribute by DyeStat's Doug Binder when John was inducted into the National HS T&F Hall of Fame in 2018. Great read: https://www.dyestat.com/gprofile.php...news_id=514510

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      • #4
        Oh I am so sorry to hear this. I did an internship with Dyestat ~21 or 22 years ago.

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