Women's 3000m Steeplechase – 2022 NCAA outdoor track and field championships



BYU’s rewrote the record books in the steeplechase, running a brilliant 9:16.00 — a — at the …

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  1. Talk about dominant! The other runners needed binoculars just to see Wayment win. Everybody else better start training at altitude if I heard right. Will be interesting to see if she goes to the Olympics in the Steeple.

  2. I just watched this again after recently meeting Courtney Wayment by chance at the SLC airport while returning from a European vacation. What a lovely inspirational young woman! She was so sweet and friendly and it was such a thrill for me to talk with her for a few minutes. I love to run myself and have such respect and admiration for incredible runners like Courtney. Thank you Courtney for your example of dedication and perseverance, cute personality and for being the wonderful person you are. Congratulations and best wishes with your professional career and life. God bless!!!

  3. Wonderful! Americans Coburn and Frerichs look to have some great company soon. They all have smooth form in the approach and jump over the steeples. Notice how the Yale runner, stutter and stutter steps before the jump? She literally apply breaks at each barrier. On the world stage, almost all the "elite" women do that except the Americans and a few other trained. I don't remember a DI Women's race where almost every athlete has a good form with the one exception. That's dedication to good training.

  4. 1:25 Why are the barriers shorter for women? The left has assured us that there are no differences between men and women in sports (the only time they admit that there is such a thing as a woman), so shouldn't they be the same for both?

  5. I just found out that Courtney is a cousin to one of my outstanding 3rd grade students. I was proud of her before this and now even more so. What time could she have had with better weather and with someone pushing her. We'll find out. I wish the Airforce girl Norris could have run this year.

  6. Truly one of the finest and most respectable young women we have ever met. She has had a dream and worked so hard to accomplish it with such great support from her coach and fellow participants. Such respect!!!

  7. Great race from Courtney! What an awesome time for a college runner!
    Now she needs to step up her game if she wanna go pro – Taking just Americans and just races done exactly this track, Hayward Field, then we still have Emma Coburn and Courtney Frerichs running 14-20 seconds faster than this. I hope she gets a great coach and can hit the 9m mark within the next 3 years.

  8. Amazing performance. I think Courtney Wayment is the best BYU women's runner ever (and they've had some damn good runners over the years) and up there with Frankie Fredericks and Ed Eyestone as the best overall. All three won three individual NCAA titles on the track, but I give the edge to Fredericks and his four Olympic silver medals in the highly competitive 100 and 200.

  9. In my youth, we ran a more complex steeplechase…leap over that barbed wire fence, jump that gator/snake infested creek, watch out for the quicksand, avoid the clotheslines, run fast from those feral dogs. Different incentives. If you survived, you were a winner. Nice race though but I hadn't seen much this year so didn't have a favorite. #1 has a sweet stride but #2 seemed to stutter step a number of jumps.

  10. Photo of the winner in the thumbnail EACH time ?
    Stupid or sadistic 🤔 ?
    I wonder…
    Hard to imagine someone who making that choice AND people around saying " Yep ! Great idea ! Keep up the good work …"
    As Einstein said, " I know 2 things that are infinite : space and stupidity !"

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