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A month back, he could only manage a jump of 7.92 metres at the Asian athletics championships, which was good enough for silver...Prem Kumar broke the 8m barrier with a new National-record jump of 8.09m, winning gold at the Railways athletics
Open meet record in the 100-meter butterfly, finishing in a personal-best 51.65 seconds Thursday. Shields, sixth at 50 meters, swam a 27.05 on the final length at William Woollett Jr...He had the fastest time of the year by an American and fourth-
Olympians Sahana Kumari of Karnataka and Tintu Luka of Kerala won their respective events while Tamil Nadu long jumper Prem Kumar set a new meet record on the second day of the 53rd National Inter-State Senior Athletic Championships here on Wednesday.
May 28 The Kansas City Star Maybe it was the atmosphere in Cessna Stadium in Wichita as thousands of people were clapping with all eyes affixed on her as she gathered her thoughts on the pole vault runway. More News Maybe it was simply knowing she
The best girls pole vaulters in Kansas history, Gardner Edgerton senior Cassie Wait and Mill Valley senior Emily Brigham, went out in style Friday at the Kansas state track and field championships at Wichita State's Cessna Stadium. More News It feels
10.46, Khalfani Muhammad (Sherman Oaks Notre Dame)...Others: Lucas (Pow) 10.85, Lewis (SM) 10.88, Le (Scripps Ranch) 10.93, Gross (Pow) 10.96, Cottrell (Os) 10.96, Dosier (MoV) 11.01...State and national leader: 20.84, Khalfani Muhammad (Sherman Oaks
11.51, Arianna Washington (Long Beach Poly)...Others: Lawson (East) 12.01w, Gonzalez (MD) 12.24w, Patterson (RB) 12.32w, Gillon (Hi) 12.36, Rehm (SP) 12.23, Dozier (MtM) 12.41w...State and national leader: 23.33, Arianna Washington (Long Beach Poly).
Colorado schoolgirls felt the need ... the need for speed ... and power, endurance and skill. In an eight-hour-plus cap to the track and field season that was repeatedly hindered by weather since beginning in March, but had a Saturday finals day that
Instead, the freshman, who is quickly becoming one of the stories of the season, ran a blistering final 400 to come back and clip Rajay Hinds of Windsor at the line to win the 800 meters with a time of 2:01.20. "I didn't think I would run well at all.
On a record-breaking night at the Fox Valley Conference girls track and field meet at Grayslake Central, the overall winner sounded like a broken record. For the fifth straight season FVC Valley Division champion Cary-Grove finished as the overall