The Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams will compete at the Clemson Invitational today and Saturday in Clemson, South Carolina, for the Gators’ third meet of the 2018 indoor season.
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A week after the UF track and field program opened its season in South Carolina, the Gators left Nashville, Tennessee, with mixed results in the Commodore Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
The Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams will compete at the Commodore Invitational in Nashville, Tennessee, today and Saturday for UF’s second meet of the 2018 indoor season.
Ten Gators made their collegiate debut and the Florida men’s and women’s track and field teams won five events to kick off their indoor seasons on Saturday at the Orange and Purple Classic in Clemson, South Carolina.
A grand total of 14 Gators—past, present and future—earned the chance to compete in the IAAF World Championships this August in London following strong showings at the USATF Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, California. The four-day meet concluded this Sunday.
On the final day of the USATF Outdoors Championships, Florida added three more World Championships qualifiers, upping the school’s total to 14.
Eric Futch and TJ Holmes are nearly interchangeable in the 400-meter hurdles. The duo regularly places in the top five for the event, in no particular order.
Florida had a strong second day at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships. Standout performances in the junior championships and some of the senior events have left the Gators still fighting for spots on Team USA.
Excessive heat warnings in Sacramento, California, didn’t keep UF athletes from putting their best effort forward in Thursday night’s USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships. With potential spots for Team USA on the line, Jeff Demps led all current and former Gators with a solid performance in the 100-meter dash.
The Florida track and field program has a decorated past, championship present and promising future.
Kyra Jefferson saved her best for last—literally.
The Florida men’s track and field team are national champions for the second consecutive season, winning the NCAA outdoor title on Friday night behind four individual champs at Historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.
One one-hundredth of a second was all it took to halt Skylar Ross-Ransom from advancing through the field of the women’s 100-meter hurdles.
The Florida men’s track and field team was almost 3,000 miles away from home, but it only took 8.05 meters for them to get on the board.
On May 13, the UF men’s and women’s track and field teams saw three athletes crowned as SEC champions in their individual events.
With the NCAA East Preliminary in the books, the Gators can now focus on the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
The Florida track and field team had as good a day as one at the NCAA East Preliminary in Lexington, Kentucky, could have hoped for.
On the opening day of the NCAA East Preliminary, Florida saw 15 of its 23 competitors post qualifying marks.
Nearly two weeks after producing a trio of SEC outdoor champions in junior KeAndre Bates (men’s triple jump), junior Lloydricia Cameron (women’s shot put) and senior Kyra Jefferson (women’s 200-meter), Florida will see a total of 52 athletes compete in the NCAA East Preliminary.
Sharrika Barnett nearly caught Texas A&M’s Jaevin Reed in the last leg of the women’s 4x400 meter relay, the final event of the three-day SEC Outdoors Competition.