Weekend Watch Guide: NOP At UW, Fast Texas Tech Sprints

Saturday is opening day for the 2019 track season, and FloTrack has you covered with four live events:

2019 UW Indoor Preview

2019 Dartmouth Relays

2019 Texas Tech Corky Classic

2019 Hawkeye Invitational

Set your watch for these top events:

TIME (CT)MEETEVENTROUNDTOP ENTRANTS
12:15 PMHawkeyeMen 60m HurdlesSemifinalsAaron Mallet (Una), Jaylan McConico (Iowa), Chris Douglas (Iowa), Mason Weh (Iowa State)
12:40 PMUWWomen 60mSemifinalsMakenzie Dunmore (Oregon), Jasmin Reed (Oregon)
12:50 PMUWMen 60mSemifinalsKyree King (Nike), Cravon Gillespie (Oregon)
1:10 PMUWWomen 1KFinalsKonstanze Klosterhalfen (Nike Oregon Project), Susan Ejore (Oregon), Baylee Mires (Una)
1:20 PMUWMen 1KFinalsClayton Murphy (Nike Oregon Project), Yomif Kejelcha (Nike Oregon Project), Brannon Kidder (Brooks Beasts)
1:30 PMTexas TechMen 600yFinalsVincent Crisp (Texas Tech), Sean Bailey (UTEP)
1:35 PMUWWomen MileFinalsKonstanze Klosterhalfen (Nike Oregon Project), Katie Mackey (Brooks Beasts), Lilli Burdon (Washington)
1:35 PMHawkeyeMen 400mFinalsRoshon Roomes (Iowa State)
1:50 PMTexas TechMen 300mFinalsDivine Oduduru (Texas Tech)
2:00 PMHawkeyeMen 1KFinalsDan Curts (Iowa State), Nathan Mylenek (Iowa)
2:00 PMHawkeyeWomen 1KFinalsJasmine Staebler (Iowa State), Erinn Stenman-Fahey (Iowa State)
2:10 PMUWMen MileFinalsClayton Murphy (Nike Oregon Project), Yomif Kejelcha (Nike Oregon Project), Drew Windle (Brooks Beasts)
2:10 PMTexas TechMen 60m HurdlesFinalsMarcus Maxey (Nike), Amere Lattin (Houston)
2:25 PMHawkeyeMen 60m HurdlesFinalsAaron Mallet (Una), Jaylan McConico (Iowa), Chris Douglas (Iowa), Mason Weh (Iowa State)
2:35 PMHawkeyeWomen 600mFinalsBriana Guillory (Iowa)
2:40 PMTexas TechWomen 60mFinalsBrianne Bethel (Houston), D'Jenne Egharevba (Texas Tech)
2:45 PMUWWomen 60mFinalsMakenzie Dunmore (Oregon), Jasmin Reed (Oregon)
2:50 PMTexas TechMen 60mFinalsDerrius Rodgers (Texas Tech), Andrew Hudson (Texas Tech)
2:52 PMUWMen 60mFinalsKyree King (Nike), Cravon Gillespie (Oregon)
3:20 PMTexas TechMen 200mFinalsKahmari Montgomery (Houston), 
3:40 PMUWMen 400mFinalsDrew Windle (Brooks Beasts)
4:00 PMUWWomen 600mFinalsBrooke Feldmeier (USA)
4:00 PMHawkeyeMen 200mFinalsKenny Bednarek (Indian Hills CC), Collin Hofacker (Iowa)
4:35 PMTexas TechMen 4x400m RelayFinalsTexas Tech, Houston
4:50 PMUWMen 800mFinalsJosh Kerr (Brooks Beasts), Derek Thomas (Hoka Aggies)
5:00 PMHawkeyeMen 4x400m RelayFinalsIowa, Iowa State
5:35 PMUWWomen 3KFinalsShannon Rowbury (Nike Oregon Project), Mel Lawrence (Oiselle), Allie Buchalski (Brooks Beasts)
6:15 PMUWMen 3KFinalsCraig Engels (Nike Oregon Project), Luc Bruchet (Mile 2 Marathon) Izaic Yorks (Brooks Beasts)

2019 Diamond League Finalists

Here are the finalists for the Diamond League finals set to take place August 29th in Zurich and September 6th in Brussels. Over 50 Americans made the cut! And a friendly reminder the winner fo the 2019 Diamond League will receive a bye to Worlds this year, meaning the U.S. will have a chance to send four athletes to Worlds in events where an American is the Diamond League Champion.

2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #5 SUNY Geneseo Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 5 DIII women’s spot goes to SUNY Geneseo, and here's why:

Coleman Responds To Missed Tests, Hearing Set For September 4th

An arbitration hearing set for September 4th will decide if Christian Coleman will be suspended for whereabouts violations. 

Lyles Sizzles, Warholm Steamrolls The Field At Paris Diamond League

At this point Noah Lyles’ dominance is routine. The 22-year-old blasted another 200 meters, running 19.65 to better Usain Bolt’s Paris Diamond League meet record. Once again, he did it with no competition. Ramil Guliyev, the 2017 world champion, was second in 20.01. 

With Highly-Touted Frosh, Can Michigan Get On The Podium Again?

This is the latest installment in the FloXC Countdown. For the full list of the top teams and individuals, click here. Today, the #5 women's team, the Michigan Wolverines. 

After Multiple Top-10 Finishes, Iowa State Men Ready To Take The Next Step

This is the latest installment in the FloXC Countdown. For the full list of the top teams and individuals, click here. Today, the #5 men's team, the Iowa State Cyclones. 

2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #5 SUNY Geneseo Men

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 5 DIII men’s spot goes to SUNY Geneseo, and here's why:

2019 DII FloXC Countdown: #5 Sioux Falls Men

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 5 DII men’s spot goes to Sioux Falls, and here's why:

2019 DII FloXC Countdown: #5 Seattle Pacific Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 5 DII women’s spot goes to Seattle Pacific and here's why:

2019 DIII FloXC Countdown: #6 U. of Chicago Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 10 cross country teams in NCAA DII/DIII this season. The 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships will be LIVE on FloTrack for all three divisions. And be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, Aug. 26, at 10 AM CT. The No. 6 DIII women’s spot goes to U. of Chicago, and here's why: