He also won the 400m in 47.68.
It's the fastest time by a collegian since Christian Coleman in 2017.
He also ran a leg on IMG Academy's 4x400 which won in 3:13.33 (#3 on the HS all-time list).
Florida State’s Adriaan Wildschutt (7:55.26) and NC State's Elly Henes (9:00.53) won the 3000m.
Schwartzman said he knew his stepfather would have wanted him to race. They won in 7:51.92.
Athletes wouldn't be required to quarantine for two weeks when they arrive.
"When we think about the possibility of holding the Olympics without fans in the stands, athletes will definitely wonder why there are no fans just for the Olympics and Paralympics when other competitions are allowing in spectators." Decisions on fans and foreign spectators are expected to be made in late March and April.
Rono ran 13:21.2 to beat Kwemoi by .6.
Sprinting is likely next as reports say Nike's unleased shoes could slash 0.3 seconds off a runner's 100m time.
World 400H champ Karsten Warholm ran a national record indoor 300m record of 32.47 in Norway.
"My mind still stays strong, I don’t want the vaccine. ...I don’t want to get into it right now, but I have my reasons." Asafa Powell says he thinks taking the vaccine will be mandatory to get visas and travel as an athlete. (Note: The IOC has said they won't require it to compete at the Games.)
*MB: Yohan Blake: "I’d rather miss the Olympics than take the vaccine. I am not taking it."
Highlights included Ruth Usoro winning the TJ with 14.36m (#2 NCAA indoor all-time) to complete the LJ/TJ double and Chanel Brissett winning the 60H in 7.89. *Results
2:20 marathoner Russell Bentley penned this piece in 2019.
Steve if you need a QOD, this one has plenty, "
Some say this seismic shift is a bad thing, and others say it is inevitable. There have been comparisons made with cycling, Formula 1, and any amount of other sports, where technological advances are expected and embraced. Well, running is better than all those sports. Running is so great it isn’t even a sport. It is our number 1 survival mechanism, it is our number 1 hunting mechanism, it is the thing we are best at, better than every other mammal on the planet. It is the thing we have been doing for a million years. It is also, by far, the biggest mass participation sport in the world.
When I strip it right back, further and further, peel off every layer till I get to the very soul of it, running comes down to me versus me. Every run I have ever done, every race I have ever run, every second, was 100% me. Not 95%, not even 96%. When I next run a performance I am proud of, I want all the glory, I don’t want to share it with my enormous, expensive shoe
It the 36-year-old mother of two's longest throw in five years. On the men's side, Tom Walsh ended his losing streak to Jacko Gill with 21.60m to Gill's 21.52m.
“It was a post-two-babies PB. To be able to do that and back it up with consistent throwing is massive. Hopefully, this will inspire mums that they can perform in sport after having kids."
Scroll down for video; Penn State's Domenic Perretta won the race in 1:50.90.
*SEC 200m Record Falls Twice Within The Span Of Five Minutes Florida's Joseph Fahnbulleh ran 20.32 to break the record in the first final, but LSU's Terrance Laird ran 20.28 in the second final a few minutes later.
She ran 9:20.57 as her teammate Elly Henes won the race in 9:00.53.