The team of Chanelle Price, Chrishuna Williams, Laura Roesler and Charlene Lipsey got a comfortable 3+ second win over Belarus, although their 8:16 winning time wouldn't have been fast enough to even podium at the last two World Relays.
Team of Robby Creese, Jordan Makins, Isaiah Harris and Brannon Kidder ran 7:19.98.
Mike Rodgers talks about teaming up with Gatlin and Gay to get the 4x100 WR.
Stanford with a shot to get DMR, 4x800, 4x1500 sweep. They'll be challenged by Villanova and Georgetown.
Collegiate leads for Oklahoma State’s John Teeters in the 60 (6.54), Texas A&M’s Shavez Hart (20.76 in the 200), Oregon's Jasmine Todd (7.15 60m), NCAA indoor 200 champ Dezerea Bryant (23.12 in the 200). Video highlight: Purdue vs. Indiana women’s dual came down to a photo finish in teh 4x8 with Purdue getting the win by .001.
Robby Andrews kicked down Elijah Greer to get NJ-NY Track Club the 4 x 800 win over OTC (7:16.22 to 7:16.41). Laura Roesler led the women's team that won in 8:07.65. Christian Taylor won the TJ while Aleec Harris ran 13.14 to beat Aries Merrit in the 110H.
Good read on the five men who set 90+ age records in the 4x100, 4x400, 4x800. Two of them were war vets and went ashore at Normandy on D-Day. On getting the record, Roy Englert said, “We all just managed to stay alive longer than everybody else."
So too was Jamaica's 4x200 from World Relays.
It was the first time a relay team was formed with 90+ year olds so they set de facto records in the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800.
"Oh yes, relays are fun. And that has been the watchword in the inaugural world relay championships in the Bahamas. ... This is a year of innovation in our sport. A relays championship has been on the drawing board for many years. After this weekend, I am convinced that it will become a permanent fixture."