Justyn Knight, Anna Shields, & The Top Bison Outdoor Classic Races

Over the weekend in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, we say Justyn Knight kick some butt, school records, and an all-time mark in the 10K. Here's a quick rundown of some of the most exciting races from the 2018 Bison Outdoor Classic. 

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Justyn Knight Splits 55.2 On Final Lap Of 1500m

We know, of course, that Syracuse distance phenom Justyn Knight is a force on the track. For most of this 1500m, though, Knight was happy to hang around fourth or fifth place — that is, until the last lap, when he turned on the jets and left everyone else comfortably behind.


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Christine Bedzinski Breaks Bucknell School Record

Buoyed by a hometown crowd, Christine Bedzinski needed a huge kick in the last 100m to beat Anna Shields of Point Park University. En route to the win, Bedzinski set not just a school record but a facility record as well.


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Anna Shields Runs 2:07 & Breaks Point Park School Record

Anna Shields may have lost in the last 100m in the women's 1500m, but she did earn a victory when she absolutely demolished the field in the 800m, breaking the Point Park record.


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Grant O'Connor Runs The 8th-Fastest 10K In DIII History

Grant O'Connor of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute etched his name into the DII record books, set a PB, and at the 24:17 mark in the video finger-wagged at somebody—and although we don't know why he did it, we think it's awesome. O'Connor fist-pumped through the finish line just for good measure.

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Kenny Bednarek Makes History With 19.82/44.73 Double At JUCOs

One day after riding a blustering tailwind to the fastest wind-aided 200m in history, Indian Hills freshman Kenny Bednarek decided to give wind legal a try on the final day of the 2019 NJCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The result? Still damn fast.

Shanghai Diamond League: Lyles Stuns Coleman, Samba Tops Benjamin

The second leg of the 2019 Diamond League season made its stop in Shanghai, China, on Saturday, and it was jam-packed with marquee matchups and tight finishes.

Kenny Bednarek Runs Fastest Wind-Aided 200m In History

If you’ve ever wondered how fast a world-class sprinter could run with a comically strong tailwind, Indian Hills Community College freshman Kenny Bednarek had your answer on Friday with his 19.49 200m (+6.1 m/s) in the 2019 NJCAA Track and Field prelims.

What Did It Take To Qualify For NCAA Prelims Over The Years?

Since the NCAA moved to a two-regional system in 2010, the qualification process for the NCAA Championships has consisted of the top 48 individuals and top 24 relays in the West and East regions competing for 12 qualifying spots during the last weekend of May.

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Samba/Benjamin Pt. I, McLaughlin Debut Headline Shanghai DL

The first six-ish weeks of the professional track season have offered one clear lesson: the late World Championships aren’t going to tamp down fast times. From Michael Norman’s 43.45 to Shaunae Miller-Uibo’s 49.05, it’s feeling like mid-August already. Perhaps the non-championship year in 2018 caused some energy and emotion to be bottled up, only being released in a year with a clear championship target. 

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Schneider, Praught-Leer Notch 5k Olympic Standards At Oxy

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NCAA Prelim Entries Reaction: Six Scratches You Need To Know

With Wednesday’s release of the NCAA East and West Preliminary Round declarations, we now know the 48 athletes in every individual event and 24 relay teams that will compete in Jacksonville and Sacramento for a spot at the NCAA Championships in Austin.

House Of Run: Evaluating The U.S. Performance At World Relays

Jason and Kevin discuss Matthew Boling’s epic weekend, the struggles of the US at the World Relays, Mondo Duplantis’ collegiate record, a big NCAA upset, an American record in the 25K and this weekend’s Shanghai Diamond League.

Infinite Tucker's SEC Superman Dive Deserved An Article

The following is an actual conversation between FloTrack writers Kevin Sully and Lincoln Shryack regarding Infinite Tucker’s Superman dive to win the SEC 400m hurdles title over the weekend.

Mondo Breaks Collegiate Record, Roberts Upsets Holloway

Ever since Mondo Duplantis stepped on campus at LSU, breaking the collegiate record seemed inevitable. That’s a logical assumption when you vault 6.05 meters en route to a gold medal at the European Championships before you begin your freshman year.