Prep 400m Star Justin Robinson Takes Pan Am Bronze

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Seventeen-year-old Justin Robinson continued his fabulous junior year, winning the bronze medal in the 400m at the Pan American Games on Thursday. Robinson, who ran 44.84 at the Great Southwest Classic in June, posted a mark of 45.07, to finish behind Colombia’s Anthony Zambrano and Jamaica’s Demish Gaye. NCAA 400m finalists Wil London and Jonathan Jones took fourth and fifth, respectively.

Robinson is scheduled to compete in the 4x400m at the end of the meet. 

Shericka Jackson won the women’s 400m in 50.73. American Courtney Okolo took third in 51.22. 

USC hurdlers grabbed a pair of silver medals on Thursday. Chanel Brissett placed second in the 100m hurdles, running 12.99 to finish behind Costa Rica’s Andrea Carolina Vargas, who ran 12.82. Brissett’s teammate Anna Cockrell ran 55.50 in the 400m hurdles. Sage Watson of Canada, who was originally disqualified before being reinstated, won the gold medal in 55.16.

There was also plenty of drama in the men’s 400m hurdles. Juander Santos of the Dominican Republic was leading the race until tripping and falling over the final hurdle. Alison Brendom Alves Dos Santos of Brazil took advantage and glided to a victory of 48.45, a lifetime best. American Amere Lattin rallied late and took third in 48.98. 

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How to Watch: 2020 London Marathon

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NCAA XC Opening Weekend Schedule

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Jacob Kiplimo Runs 7:26 To Beat Jakob Ingebrigtsen In Rome 3k

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Mondo Duplantis Clears 6.15m To Break Outdoor Pole Vault WR

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Mondo Duplantis has now set the indoor and outdoor pole vault world records in 2020 after the 20-year-old cleared 6.15m in his second attempt on Thursday in Rome.

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NCAA XC Champs Scheduled For March 15, But Hurdles Remain

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The NCAA Division I Council has approved a proposal to hold the cross country national championships on March 15, 2021, although conflicts with indoor and outdoor track and field could still stymie the plan, the NCAA announced on Wednesday.

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Ryan Crouser Is Having One Of The Best Seasons In Track & Field History

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If there was such a thing as a shot put video game, you could say that Ryan Crouser is putting up video game numbers in 2020. 

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Under Attack, Men's T&F Teams Are Told Not To Fight Back

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As men’s NCAA track and field programs have been cut en masse in 2020, alumni have consistently emerged as the most powerful voices of resistance against the institutions they once represented. 

University Of Minnesota Is Cutting Men's Track And Field

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Citing a projected revenue loss of $75 million, the University of Minnesota announced on Thursday that they will be cutting men’s indoor and outdoor track and field upon the conclusion of the 2020-2021 school year. A formal decision is pending approval by the Board of Regents, but the move is expected to be implemented.