In the men's 1500, Jake Wightman outkicked Charlie Grice to win in 3:43.83 after Chris O'Hare had to sit out due to a foot issue. Paralympic shot put champ Aled Davies finished 6th in his first able-bodied championship.
Rutherford only jumped 7.80m, but it was his first competition after having two surgeries and only starting to walk in November.
*Rutherford: “I was terrified about this competition. Genuinely terrified. Last night I was lying in my bed in the hotel thinking I don’t know if I can do it."
The performance also qualified Sloan for today's final.
66 top-25 marks were set with 10 instead their events' top-10 and two were NCAA records.
Sophomore Ollie Hoare anchored with 3:54.05.
This moves Nilsen to tied for #5 all-time NCAA indoors. *Results
Fisher split 3:55 to give Stanford the win over Oregon (9:27.17) and Wisconsin (9:27.72). It was the first time Fisher and McGorty ran on the same relay. *Alex Wilson Results
Even though no official announcement has been made, he's heard from "usually reliable sources" that the stadium will be completely torn down. It's also been reported that the state of Oregon is only contributing $10 million of the $40 million organizers were hoping for.
McCarthy was a member of the Irish team that won silver at the 2004 Euro Junior XC Champs.
A negative reaction time means you time traveled right?