A Very Long List Of All The Records Broken At The 2018 NCAA Indoor Champs

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An avalanche of all-time marks, from NCAA records to world records, fell at the 2018 NCAA Division I Indoor Championships in College Station, Texas, this weekend. In total, 23 records were rewritten — give or take an international USC 4x400m relay. 

Here's a comprehensive list of all of them: 

2 WORLD RECORDS

Men's 400m

New: 44.52, Michael Norman, USC, 2018

Former: 44.57, Kerron Clement, Florida, 2005

Men's 4x400m Relay

**New "World Best": 3:00.77, USC, 2018

Zach Shinnick: 46.24, Rai Benjamin: 44.35, Ricky Morgan, Jr.: 45.67, Michael Norman: 44.52

**"Under IAAF Rule 260.3 (d), in the case of relay events, all must all be eligible to represent a single Member in accordance with Rule 5.1." As a result, USC's record will be classified as a "world best."

New WR: 3:01.39, Texas A&M, 2018

Ilolo Izu: 46.56, Robert Grant: 44.84, Devin Dixon: 45.48, Mylik Kerley: 44.52

Former: 3:01.77, Poland, 2018 

Karol Zalewski: 45.85, Rafal Omelko: 45.10, Lukasz Krawczuk: 45.90, Jakub Krzewina, 44.93

4 AMERICAN RECORDS

Men's 200m

New: 20.02, Elijah Hall, Houston, 2018

Former: 20.10, Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas, 2005

Men's 400m

New: 44.52, Michael Norman, USC, 2018

Former: 44.57, Kerron Clement, Florida, 2005  

Men's 4x400 Relay

**New: 3:01.39, Texas A&M, 2018

Ilolo Izu: 46.56, Robert Grant: 44.84, Devin Dixon: 45.48, Mylik Kerley: 44.52

**USC's 4x400m relay team is considered an international squad; therefore, their 3:00.77 isn't an American record.

Former: 3:01.96, USA, 2006

Clement, Spearmon, Williamson, Wariner, 2006

Women's 400m 

New: 50.34, Kendall Ellis, USC, 2018

Former: 50.46, Phyllis Francis, Oregon, 2014

2 WORLD U20 RECORDS

Women's 400m 

New: 50.36, Sydney McLaughlin, Kentucky, 2018

Former: 50.52, Sydney McLaughlin, Kentucky, 2018

Women's 60m Hurdles

New: 7.98, Tara Davis, Georgia, 2018

Former: 8.00, Klaudia Siciarz, Poland, 2017

6 COLLEGIATE RECORDS

Men's 200m

New: 20.02, Elijah Hall, Houston, 2018

Former: 20.10, Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas, 2005

Men's 400m

New: Michael Norman, USC, 44.52, 2018

Former: 44.57, Kerron Clement, Florida, 2005

Men's 4x400 Relay

New: 3:00.77, USC, 2018

Zach Shinnick: 46.24, Rai Benjamin: 44.35, Ricky Morgan, Jr.: 45.67, Michael Norman: 44.52

Former: 3:01.98, USC 2018

Women's 60m

New: 7.07 (low-altitude collegiate record), Aleia Hobbs, LSU, 2018

Ties: 7.07A, Hannah Cunliffe, Oregon, 2017

Women's 200m

New: 22.38, Gabrielle Thomas, Harvard, 2018

Former: 22.40, Bianca Knight, Texas, 22.40, 2008 

Women's 400m

New: 50.34, Kendall Ellis, USC, 2018

Former: 50.46, Phyllis Francis, Oregon, 2014

9 CHAMPIONSHIP MEET RECORDS

Men's 200m 

New: 20.02, Elijah Hall, Houston, 2018

Former: 20.10, Wallace Spearmon, Arkansas, 2005

Men's 400m

New: Michael Norman, USC, 44.52, 2018

Former: 44.57, Kerron Clement, Florida, 2005

Men's 800m

New: 1:45.15, Michael Saruni, UTEP, 2018

Former: 1:45.33, Patrick Nduwimana, Arizona, 2001

Men's 4x400m Relay

New: 3:00.77, USC, 2018

Zach Shinnick: 46.24, Rai Benjamin: 44.35, Ricky Morgan, Jr.: 45.67, Michael Norman: 44.52

Former: 3:02.80, Texas A&M, 2017

Women's 60m 

New: 7.07 (low-altitude collegiate record), Aleia Hobbs, LSU, 2018

Ties: 7.09, LaKya Brookins, South Carolina, 2011

Women's 200m

New: 22.38, Gabrielle Thomas, Harvard, 2018

Former: 22.40, Bianca Knight, Texas, 22.40, 2008 

Women's 400m

New: 50.34, Kendall Ellis, USC, 2018

Former: 50.46, Phyllis Francis, Oregon, 2014

Women's Pole Vault

New: 4.66m/15-3½, Alexis Jacobus, Arkansas, 2018

Former: 4.63m/15-2¼, Alexis Jacobus [Weeks], 2016

Women's Triple Jump

New: 14.27m/46-10, Keturah Orji, Georgia, 2018

Former: 14.25m/46-9, Suzette Lee, LSU, 1997

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