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Palmetto Striders team, competed in the NCRunners Elite Tune-up & Border Clash track and field meet June 4 in Waxhaw, North Carolina. The University of Alabama track and field team will host the first Border Clash meet Friday at the Sam Bailey Track and Field Stadium. The meet. DUO BORDER CLASH · Coaching Staff · Contact Form · Handouts · Track and Field Handouts · Spring Season Workouts · Meet Schedule · Line Ups and Athlete.

Then, Orji recorded a triple jump effort of Orji completed her record-breaking day with three triple jumps that measured at least The Mount Olive, N.

Orji now stands No. Opening with a long mark of In the pole vault, junior Morgann Leleux posted one of her top regular season performances in a while after winning with a mark of Junior Leontia Kallenou cleared This is the top mark for an American this year and ranks sixth in the world in Junior Shelby Ashe and sophomore Asianna Covington also managed a first and second place finishes in the hammer throw. Covington also won the discus On the track, Ashley Henry and Devon Artis managed a finish in the after running a Kentucky Kentucky's heavy hitters lived up to their reputations and more while competing on one of the biggest stages in track and field, Hayward Field, at the Oregon Team Invitational on Saturday.

Raymond Dykstra won a javelin showdown against the defending NCAA Champion, while Kendra Harrison ran a head-turning m hurdles time in cold, rainy conditions. Oregon scoredWashington scored and Kentucky placed third in the triangular with The competition employed a scoring system where the top-6 finishers in each event scored points where only the top-2 finishers from each team could score.

The points were awarded on a basis.

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Returning to the field where Oregon's Sam Crouser surpassed him on the final attempt after trailing the entire competition to win the NCAA Title last season, Dykstra turned the tables this time. The two entered Saturdays meet as the nation's top-two throwers this season and their showdown - hyped beforehand as one of the best regular-season throwing competitions in some time -- lived up to the billing. But Dykstra came up clutch on the final attempt.

Dykstra exacted a minor measure of revenge on this day, but both throwers know the main prize will be awarded at the same site. Kendra Harrison's m hurdles debut was similarly impressive. Running in cold, rainy conditions Harrison opened with one of the only collegiate subsecond times of this young season. Harrison won both of her events on Saturday as she led a finish for UK in the m with a time of Keilah Tyson placed second in Both of Kentucky's women's relays won on Saturday.

Earlier in the day, UK won the women's 4x relay. Leah Nugent won the m hurdles with a season-best Keffri Neal won the m in 1: Booker and Oliver went in the m, and both tied their personal bests: The Cats went in the men's high jump.

Ibn Short was second having cleared 6'9. After lining up with a previous seasonal best of They were not alone as the Tigers doubled down by sprinting to victory in the men's 4xmeter relay in Drachman Stadium record in winning the men's sprint relay title. Martin also sprinted to victory in the women's meter dash with a wind-legal personal best of Adding a seasonal best of his own was Ernest, who sprinted into the NCAA's Top 10 with his victory in the meter dash after anchoring the Tigers to a record-breaking victory in the 4xmeter relay earlier in the day.

Ernest clocked an impressive Junior Darrell Bush spearheaded the Tigers' charge late into the afternoon at the Jim Click Shootout as he took the tape in the men's meter dash with the fourth-fastest time in the NCAA this season at Ole Miss Men - Ole Miss had a very productive Friday in Starkville at the Border Clash, as the Rebel men claimed three event titles and had four new marks that moved them into the top 40 nationally this season.

The Border Clash, which pitted four schools from Mississippi against four schools from Alabama, saw the Mississippi men prevail for the second straight year, this time by a score of Sophomore Jalen Miller won the m Miller jumped into the No. Sophomore Craig Engels and junior Holland Sherrer went in the m with times of 1: Ole Miss is expected to send out its full roster of top competitors for the first time this season at this weekend's Virginia Challenge in Charlottesville.

Women - For the fourth straight meet, the Ole Miss women's 4xm relay squad defeated its collegiate opponents when the quartet of Nicole Henderson, Shannon Ray, Khadijah Suleman and Jhorden Hunter once again took home victory at the Border Clash.

Their time of Racquel Moses was runner-up in the m hurdles with a personal-best The four schools from Alabama defeated the four schools from Mississippi on the women's side. Mississippi State In the Border Clash, Mississippi State track and field brought home nine individual wins with senior Ocian Archer breaking the m hurdles school record. Archer ran a time of Jovan Davis also brought home first place in the m hurdles with a time of While all MSU athletes provided to the Mississippi teams performance, the state of Mississippi brought home the overall victorywhile the women lost to Alabama Erica Bougard finished first in the m hurdles with a time of Finishing behind Bougard was Ste'yce McNeil Running a personal-best time of 2: Bringing home another victory for the Bulldogs was senior Ebony Brinker.

Brinker's win came in the triple jump with a leap of Flynn followed Brinker in fourth with a jump of Making his first appearance in the season, senior Jason Harper earned third place in the triple jump after a leap of In the high jump, Marcus Jackson finished first with a clearance of On the women's side, Logan Boss placed second after clearingwhile teammates Deja Givens and Abigail Dill cleared to tie for fourth.

Curtis Thompson recorded a first-place finish for the Bulldogs after a throw of in the javelin. Both MSU 4xm relay teams earned first place victories to conclude the meet. Also on the track, with a time of Three Bulldogs finished in the Top 10 of the discus throw. Bringing home second place for the men's team was Tautvydas Kieras with a throw of Sasha-Gaye Marston placed third on the women's side, while Haley Reynolds finished 10th.

Kieras went on to finish second in the shot put with a throw of Missouri The Tigers had their first meet as a full squad over the weekend, traveling to Fayetteville, Ark. Six event wins, five new All-Time Top Ten marks, and 15 personal records highlighted the weekend's events, including the No. Rushin earned her second consecutive first-place finish in the shot put after she claimed the Texas Relays' title three weeks ago.

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She tied her personal record in the event on Saturday, tossing Just behind her with a second-place finish was fellow-senior Kearsten Peoples, whose season-best toss of Other record book marks from the season include an improvement from senior Macauley Garton in the javelin, who continues to edge closer to the No. In the sprinting events, sophomore LaQuisha Jackson earned herself the No. As the Tigers round the corner into the second half of their regular season, they also start looking at the West Regional rankings to see who would continue into that second part of the post-season.

Already, 19 Tigers are sitting in good position for NCAA Preliminary Round qualifications, including 11 who currently own top 15 spots in the current rankings.

The Tigers will stay close to home this weekend, traveling to Edwardsville, Ill. South Carolina The Gamecocks were able to positively build on a strong showing at the Florida Relays by going out and dominating the Bill Carson Invitational last weekend, hosted by East Carolina.

The men won 12 of the 17 total events it competed in and led the meet wire-to-wire, and the women would take home five wins and came from behind to take the win from the host Pirates. Day one would be dominated by the throwers, with Carolina sweeping the three men's events discus, hammer, javelin.

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With the track opening up for day two, Carolina's men won all four sprints, from the to the Dondre Echols showed up in a big way in the dash, winning the a time of Eric Winfrey also set a season best en route to the win in thetaking nearly a full second off his previous best for In the quarter and half mile sprints, Clayton Gravesande ran his second-straight sub secondwinning with a time of Ryan Bermudez was close behind, running a personal best time of In theKevin Keating won in a time of 1: Echols would win his second individual race of the day in his primary event, the meter hurdles.

He and Jermaine Collier finishedwith Echols winning in In the hurdles, Jussi Kanervo set a new personal best with a time of He moved up the program's all-time rankings to sixth, passing Gamecock great Jason Richardson. The men's team have finished no worse than second in every regular season scored meet, dating back to the start of the indoor season.

After starting the day in third place overall, and a dropped baton in the 4x relay costing them early points, the women turned to their upperclassmen to come back and win. Alexis Murphy and Chalese Davis each scored in three different events to lead the way, with Murphy winning the long jump and finishing second in the and dashes.

Murphy's times in the and were the team's fastest the season.

border clash track meet

Most distance runners of that era heard about Prefontaine as a senior in high school, when he broke Craig Virgin's prep two-mile record. By the time he started at Oregon, Prefontaine was a national name, making the cover of Sports Illustrated. I remember seeing it in art class--Prefontaine, Oregon's Distance Prodigy.

Prefontaine's runs in the NCAA cross country were that of legend. In his junior year, Nick Rose of Western Kentucky built up a huge lead over Prefontaine, the defending champion; a lead that many fans thought was insurmountable.

But Prefontaine put his head down, caught Rose, and went on to defend his title. So Truax and Rowe pushed an idea around their lunch running buddies at Nike. They pushed it around the running group at Nike, who pushed it around the promotions people at Nike running, and they were given the chance to settle the question -- which is the best running state in the Pacific Northwest?

How appropriate that an event like this be held on the Nike campus? This event shows off the beauty of the Nike campus in Beaverton, Oregon. The present 4,meter cross-country race it originally started as a 4K starts on the soccer field, with runners from Washington on one end, runners from Oregon on the other.

After a blast from a real live cannon, the runners run at each other for about seventy meters, then mix as they make a sharp turn and head onto the campus. Each year, the crowd has gotten bigger. The first year, there were probably 1, people here for the races. This year, the crowd is about 4, and the vantage points on the finish line are pretty well taken. The crowd has a lot of coaches, athletes, families and Nike employees and their families enjoying a perfect little race.

Yes, a perfect little race. For the past six Novembers, the top forty boys and girls who run prep cross country in Washington and Oregon are invited for this event. It has become a huge amount of pride for athletes from both states.

The scoring is done by adding the performances of both girls and boys races to determine the overall state winner. A Nike goddess of Victory statue, with the team score and the names of the top athletes reside in the Nike Town of the winning state, until the next Border Classic. The template is something that should be done all over the country, but that is probably impossible.

Not to make it hard on Nike, but the energy and enthusiasm put into this event is impossible to replicate. Going outside of the Nike culture, William S.

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Perez, former CEO of S. Johnson and Company, fluent in Spanish and having managed global marketing initiatives in over one hundred countries for his family-owned employer.

In an article in the Wall Street Journal, Perez noted that he had run in Nike product for 27 years and has run 11 marathons. But Perez said something in the interview that was more than politic -- he stated that no one can replace Phil Knight, he can only hope to help develop new managers for Nike in the future. The first generation were guys like Jeff Johnson and Geoff Hollister.

Jeff Johnson was the guy who came up with the name Nike in a dream, and shipped early Nike running shoes, according to one story, in boxes housed above a funeral parlor. Jeff is also one of the most prolific running photographers, and is a fine coach, from high school athletes to Olympic athletes. Putting athlete development ahead of his loved home in New Hampshire, Jeff spent several years in Palo Alto, helping coach and found the Nike Farm Team.

Jeff now lives in New Hampshire, and his drive and energy are part of what make events like the Border Clash spring from Nike.

Geoff Hollister was the first promo guy for Nike. A steeplechaser at Oregon, Hollister sold shoes from his car trunk, and convinced Steve Prefontaine to come on board with a tiny little shoe brand called Nike.

Hollister spent his last few years at Nike developing, with Nelson Farris, archives for the company and the sport. Most summers you would see Hollister at a track meet, or summer camps. He is the epitome of the grassroots guy. Those were the kind of guys that Nike picked in the old days. And today, Josh Rowe and John Truax show that the spirit and craziness of a company selling a few thousand pairs of shoes can be passed along when a company hits 12 and a half billion dollars in sales.

Cross-country is the purest form of running, over hill and on trails, and one thing matters -- he or she who gets from point A to point B the fastest is champion. He or she who runs from point A to point B and finishes second, tenth, fiftieth also has the self-knowledge gained that the mud, sludge and perspiration was honorably earned, and that there is honor and respect gained from such battles with our modern selves.

Would this be the year? Last year was the fastest, as Galen Rupp lead six runners under 14 minutes and Katie Leary ran sixteen flat, 29 seconds ahead of the crowd. The girls' race started with the blast of a cannon. The 40 runners from Washington and the 40 runners from Oregon met at the XC mark and made a quick turn which took them onto the Nike campus.

The crowd of 4, plus fans cheered on the runners as they went onto the campus. Helicopters followed the runners around campus, giving fans a chance to see the race on large TV screens under white canopies near the finish line. But you can't change long-developed habits -- most fans ran to the one-mile mark, then to the two-mile mark back to the finish line where they could see the last meters. Looking totally relaxed was the young woman in third, Brianna Felnagle of Washington, a senior from Bellarmine Prep and the state 4A champion.

Felnagle began her move at nine minutes, moving into second place, and by eleven minutes, began building a lead. As the runners came onto the soccer field, with less than meters to go, the team race was too tight to call. Washington had first, and there were ten Oregon and Washington runners battling for the next critical positions.

Brianna Fernagle of Washington, her tough pace and strong form separating her from the crowd, won by twenty seconds, with a fine In second was Holli Dieu of Oregon, in In third was Oregon's Natalie Todd-Zebell in Probably the most pivotal figure in the Oregon win was fourth place, with Oregonian Ilsa Paulson running Washington's Jane Larson of Washington was fifth in