Tag Archives: indoor track

Hitting The Jets For 5K Win In 13:34!

Watch all races from the meet here: Neil Gourley and Washington State’s Colton Johnsen duel on the final laps, both coming away with 13:34 times in the men’s 5000m race at the 2021 BU Sharon Colyear-Danville Season Opener. Website: Subscribe: Get the FloSports iOS app: Follow FloTrack Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: source

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Who Are The 60m Favorites? | The FloTrack Rankings Show [Ep. 1]

In the first installment of The FloTrack Rankings Show, Kevin gives his top 10 in the world for the men’s and women’s 60m. Website: Subscribe: Get the FloSports iOS app: Follow FloTrack Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: source

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USC Signee Justin Braun 21.29 200m | 2022 VA Showcase

Watch live and on demand here: Justin Braun began his day on Friday inside the Virginia Beach Sports Center with a shiny new career best. The Westerville Central (OH) senior and University of Southern California track and field recruit — the No. 1 ranked recruit in the Class of 2022, in fact — looked as…

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Who Will Make The 60m Final? | The NCAA Track & Field Show (Ep. 2)

Watch every episode of the show here: Gordon breaks down his men’s 60m rankings and discusses the likelihood of each athlete making the NCAA final in March. Website: Subscribe: Get the FloSports iOS app: Follow FloTrack Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: source

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Wild Indoor Mile Race Finish!

Watch all videos from the meet here: Crazy finish in the boys mile on Friday at The 2022 VA Showcase. Porter Ridge’s Jacob Laney secured the win in 4:18.08, while Potomac School’s Charlie Ortmans was second in 4:18.13 and a last-ditch effort from Antonio Camacho-Bucks saw the Centennial junior finish third in 4:18.31. Website: Subscribe:…

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Crazy Finish In WORLD LEAD Women’s 1500m | 2022 World Indoor Tour Karlsruhe

Watch all World Indoor Tour videos here: 2014 world indoor silver medallist Axumawit Embaye surged ahead and hit the bell in the lead, going on to win in a world-leading PB of 4:02.12. Just behind, her compatriots Meshesha and Olympic fourth-place finisher Freweyni Hailu ran 4:02.14 and 4:02.66 respectively ahead of Uganda’s Olympic and world…

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