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Natasha Hastings is a professional track & field athlete for Nike. She was on the gold medal-winning 4 x 400m relay team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
|Tweet April 11, 2012 (New York, NY) Natasha Hastings is more than an athlete she is a superstar! Capturing the gold in the 2008 Olympics in the 4x400m, she now has her sights set on the 2012 Olympics in London, England this summer. Training for...[Read on]|
|“Wilhelmina” is one of the biggest names in the modeling industry and is a dream to have on your portfolio. That’s one thing Natasha Hastings doesn’t have to worry about. From sprinting around the track to walking dow...[Read on]|
|Natasha Hastings attends ESPN the Magazine’s 3rd annual Body Issue party at Highline Stages on October 6, 2011 in New York City. Natasha, the only Track & Field star to grace the pages this year was honored to represent her sport among other...[Read on]|
|Here are some photos from the ESPN the Magazine, “The Body Issue” release party in New York City. ...[Read on]|
|I will be in the upcoming issue of ESPN the Magazine’s “The Body Issue” which hits newsstands October 7th. Here’s my interview as posted from ESPNW: Why pose for the Body Issue? It wasn’t an easy decision. I was kind of worried, but then I j...[Read on]|
|Natasha Hastings is Set to Compete at the World Outdoor Track & Field Championship Who: USA Track & Field and 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist Natasha Hastings, is set to compete with the USA Women’s 4x400M relay team. What: Eight reigning world champion...[Read on]|
|Whenever I get the opportunity, I participate in the USATF’s program for the youth called, “Win with Integrity”. In this photo: David Oliver, Natasha Hastings, Kara Patterson, Ato Boldon. Win With Integrity in Eugene, Oregon. Background In 2004, U...[Read on]|
|Hi everyone! I know, I know. I need to be more consistent and on time with these blogs. I’m going to try to come up with a system that forces me to write at least one entry a week. If you guys have any suggestions, I’m open to hearing them....[Read on]|
|“National Girls and Women in Sports” Well…late as usual, but at least tonight I have a few great things to share with you guys. Let’s start off with my performance last week at the 104th Millrose Games held at Madison Square Garden. Again, an e...[Read on]|