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By The Numbers: Collegiate T&F Stars at the Rio Olympics

By The Numbers: Collegiate T&F Stars at the Rio Olympics

NEW ORLEANS – After a week of spectacular track & field action, the 2016 Rio Olympics have finally drawn to a close. Now that the dust has settled, we take a look at how 2015-16 collegians fared... 

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What to Watch: Collegians in Day Eight of #Rio2016 T&F What to Watch: Collegians in Day Eight of #Rio2016 T&F

NEW ORLEANS – On Thursday night, Ryan Crouser of Texas (USA) did a lot more than win the lone individual gold medal of these Rio Olympic Games by a 2016 collegian. With a heave of 22.52m (73-10¾), he threw farther than any other man in Olympic history and moved to No.... [Read the rest of the story...]

What to Watch: Collegians in Day Seven of #Rio2016 T&F What to Watch: Collegians in Day Seven of #Rio2016 T&F

NEW ORLEANS – It could be a very good day for Texas in today’s 2016 Rio Olympics track & field action. The Longhorns’ multiple-time NCAA shot put champ Ryan Crouser (USA) will take to the ring this morning to attempt to qualify for tonight’s final.... [Read the rest of the story...]

What to Watch: Collegians in Day Five of #Rio2016 T&F What to Watch: Collegians in Day Five of #Rio2016 T&F

NEW ORLEANS – After three days of top-five finishes by collegians at the Rio Olympics, it was only a matter of time until an NCAA star broke through for a Rio 2016 medal. That moment came Tuesday night as Akron’s Clayton Murphy (United States) ran the race of his... [Read the rest of the story...]

What to Watch: Collegians in Day Four of #Rio2016 T&F What to Watch: Collegians in Day Four of #Rio2016 T&F

NEW ORLEANS – Keturah Orji came close yesterday, but will Monday be the day that collegians break through for a medal at these 2016 Rio Olympic Games? Orji was just three centimeters shy of the bronze in the women’s triple jump with a new American record 14.71m leap,... [Read the rest of the story...]

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