Coach Mike Holloway and his No. 1 Gators men’s and women’s track teams left Lexington, Kentucky on Saturday with plenty to smile about.
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Two Florida relay teams are on the top of the world.
The top-ranked Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams head to Lexington, Kentucky, today to compete in the Rod McCravy Memorial Invitational, which is hosted by the University of Kentucky.
Coming off their first meet of the season, the top-ranked Gators track and field teams have already experienced how events in this sport can come down to mere centimeters.
The Gators saw plenty of success on the first day of the UAB Blazer Invitational, showcasing their talents while showing Birmingham, Alabama why they are the top-ranked team in the country.
The Florida Women’s Track and Field team kicks off its 2015 season on Jan. 9 at the UAB Blazer Invitational in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Florida Men’s Track and Field team will begin its indoor season on Jan. 9 at the UAB Blazer Invitational in Birmingham, Alabama, and outdoor season on Mar. 20 at the FSU Relays.
Game, set, match. The Gators have everything they need in order to advance to the next step of their championship taper.
While highlights were abundant during Florida Relays this weekend, Arman Hall stood out above all.
On the final day of the Doc Hale Virginia Tech Elite Meet in Blacksburg, Va., the field stole the show once again after taking the spotlight during Day 1.
Back in action with a record-breaking debut, Marquis Dendy jumped to success.
A dislocated arm and torn labrum knocked Marquis Dendy out of competition last year, and the junior underwent surgery in September 2013.