Schweizer Dominates, OK State Edges Ole Miss For 6th Cowboy Jamboree Title

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Mizzou's No. 1 Karissa Schweizer kept her early season rolling in style with her biggest win of the year at the Cowboy Jamboree in Stillwater, OK this morning, leading her No. 22 Missouri women to a third-place finish behind Ole Miss and No. 12 Penn State. On the men's side, teammates Sylvester Barus and No. 11 Hassan Abdi went 1-2 to lead the hometown favorites to their sixth consecutive team victory, tying Arkansas' record for back-to-back wins at the nation's oldest continually-held cross country meet.


The women's 6K began first, and while most eyes were on the individual race for pre-season title favorite Karissa Schweizer, the team battle was also significant as No. 12 Penn State women had a lot to prove in the wake of the absence of their top runner in Elizabeth Chikotas, and projected top-five scorer Tessa Barrett. Senior Jillian Hunsberger led the way well with a fourth-place showing in 21:06, but ultimately the team was edged out by an unheralded and unranked Ole Miss squad, 48 to 44. The Rebels were helped by seniors Hannah Christen and Emily Bean, who went 3-5 sandwiching Barrett and only behind Schweizer and Northwestern sophomore Aubrey Roberts.

The men's race was expected to be an even tighter battle and it delivered, with the host team in No. 17 Oklahoma State pulling through for a win and just barely preventing the No. 24 Ole Miss men from sweeping both genders by two points, 42 to 44. Leading the way for the Cowboys were Sylvester Barus and No. 11 Hassan Abdi, who cruised in to the finish once they realized they had the top two spots secured. The win marked Barus' third consecutive individual Cowboy Jamboree title -- though notably the first of those wins was in the College race for Iowa Western.

More to come!

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The 2018 U.S. Indoor Championships checked off all the boxes. There were American records, world records, close races for qualification spots, upsets, and unanswered questions heading into the 2018 World Indoor Championships. 

Vin Lananna Placed On Administrative Leave By USATF Board

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The following is a press release from USATF.

Who's Going To World Indoors? A Full List Of Team USA Qualifiers

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The full Team USA roster for the IAAF World Indoor Championships is 98% certain upon conclusion of the USATF Indoor Championships. There's still chance for some flip-flop in certain events, which we made note of below. Athletes in the multi-events and racewalk will be selected at the discretion of the IAAF. 

Watch Guide: Conference Championship Weekend

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Check out the full conference championship schedule for the Power-5 conferences and a few other notable races. Including the broadcast window for our innovative FloZone stream.

Baker, Dressel, And Other Highlights From The 2017 MPSF Championships

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The MPSF Indoor Championships begin on Friday as top collegians from the West Coast will meet at the Dempsey Indoor in Seattle to try and earn qualifying marks for the 2018 NCAA Indoor Championships. Before we get into the previews and breakdowns, let’s take a look back at some of the highlights of last year’s meet.

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Shelby Houlihan, Paul Chelimo Complete 3K/1500m Doubles At USA Indoors

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Coleman Breaks WR, Chelimo/Houlihan Double: USATF Day 3 Play-By-Play

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The final day of the 2018 second day of the 2018 USATF Indoor Championships featured a world record by Christian Coleman, an American record by Sharika Nelvis, distance doubles from Paul Chelimo and Shelby Houlihan, dramatic results in the 400m races and several close battles for qualification spots to the World Indoor Championships.