Past and present Gator track and field stars will compete in the Summer Olympics for their respective countries.
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Five Gators from Florida’s track and field program will go for gold in Tokyo, including a current relay star, a former silver medalist and hurdles legend Grant Holloway.
Grant Holloway and his neon shoes flew across the track in Eugene, Oregon, Saturday in a pair of performances worthy of a place in the Olympic Games.
Florida dominated both as a team and individually. The teams’ personal highs and accolades fueled their fire, but with key players like Shannon Kavanagh and Brianna Harris leaving the ‘Diz, what’s next for the Gators?
Attacker Madison Rielly joins the Gator Nation after three years as a Maryland Terrapin
Defender Catherine Flaherty joins the Gator Nation after two years as a Maryland Terrapin.
Former UC Davis Aggie Jacqueline Lucena set to join Gators prior to upcoming season.
“Use what you have to give back… and realize how lucky you are,” said Lauren Waidner as she reflected on a collegiate career dedicated to service.
Kieran Smith, Bobby Finke, Caeleb Dressel and Natalie Hinds book their trip to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after their success from the Olympic Trials.
Florida track and field finishes seventh at nationals with two Gator women landing podium finishes.
Joseph Fahnbulleh closed day 3 of NCAA Outdoors with his first national title in the 200-meter dash.
The Gator women secured five more entries to Saturday’s finals at NCAA Outdoors Thursday.
Thomas Mardal locks in his first NCAA Outdoor title in the men’s hammer throw after the first day of NCAA Outdoors.
Grace Stark and Claire Bryant named for SEC Outdoor awards after both qualify for nationals and impress at outdoor championships.