100 meters. Slightly windy.
100 meters. Slightly windy.
Men's 200. Windy. Commentary is not the best.
Are you done yet? You are so miserable that you took away from the excitement in the thread. Like after all that what did you accomplish texas still swept big 12s. Still threw top national marks across disciplines on both sides and they are still both ranked Number 1.
Funny that you've mentioned that you've never thought of Texas as a sprint power. Texas women's won NCAA Champs back in the day mainly because of the sprinters. Their hurdles and jumpers played apart as well but Texas sprinters were the high scorers.
Well a big thanks to Coach Flo and Coach Ricky Morgan Jr bringing in elite talent on the men's side...Some of the best high schoolers in the country has signed with Texas. The future is looking brighter for the Longhorns.
DenoZ- You're stuck in the past while the sprints powerhouse TEXAS is focus on winning CHAMPIONSHIPS in the present and near future. I know it hurts! But Hook 'em!!
When you say stuff like.....
Its no longer up for debate the university of Texas has the best sprint program in the nation. Kevona davis just ran 10.95 with Julien Alfred @ 10.81 both are wind legal.
......you can expect that to be challenged since Texas hasn't won anything yet. That kind of talk comes AFTER the NCAA.
Yes Texas has had some female sprinters, Ok cool! Who is their best male sprinter, now you see there has never been a great one. Hell Texas Southern Jimmy Hines Olympic gold, Robert Taylor Olympic silver.
How about ya slow down a bit and see how the NCAA's goes for Texas sprinters.
Fill these 8 lanes using stud Texas male sprinters.
USC could fill two 8 lane races.
If it's about just the women yep Texas has been impressive.
Currently USC’s program is not touching Texas’s program by a long shot. So how about you give me another demonstration where you fill those 8 lanes with current sprint powerhouses. Im gonna give you some clarification and hopefully it resonates. TEXAS THIS YEAR HAVE SHOWN THAT THEY ARE A SPRINT FACTORY PRODUCING TOP MARKS ACROSS THE SPRINTS FOR BOTH MENS AND WOMENS TEAMS.
Q: Who's immature enough to post a thread in all CAPS?
A: Texas supporters.
You aren't getting this at all. A factory means production, right? Well here is what USC has produced in the sprints since 1912.
Charlie Paddock 1920 Olympic 100 gold, multi WR's
Frank Wykoff three time Olympian histories first 9.4
Mel Patton Olympic 200m gold, histories first 9.3
Lennox Miller Olympic 100m silver and bronze
Earl McCullouch...Fred Kuller...O.J.Simpson...Lennox Miller 4x1 world record
Don Quarrie Olympic 200m gold, 100m Olympic silver
Quincy Watts Olympic 400m gold
Mike Larrabee Olympic 400m gold
Andre DeGrasse Olympic 200m gold
James Sanford top ranked 100m in the world
Aaron Brown, Marvin Andeson, Beejay Lee, Clancy Edwards, Michael Norman, Willie Deckard, Bryshon Nellum, Jim Lea, Jerome Davis, Erdesel Garrison, Billy Mullins,
That is what a "factory" looks like.
You have "one" good season is not a factory, ok?
And wouldnt anyone say thats a valid statement for a team that has had the most women nationally ranked across the sprints. Maybe the disconnect in what i said is that you're grouping both the men and women as a whole. Clearly once again i reiterate that my post was aimed at the performances based on the women's showing. Now that is not to minimize the success of the men that has demonstrated that they are one of the most well rounded programs (from the throws to distances) in the nation. Based on what texas has done since indoor list another team that has completed such feats in a season.
5 women sub 23
Kynnedy Flannel (22.23)
kevona Davis (22.26)
Julien Alfred ( 22.46)
Rhashidat Adeleke (22.59)
Kennedy Simon (22.9)
stacey ann williams ( 23.09)
tyra gitten (23.45)
5 women sub 11.5
Julien Alfred (10.81) wind legal
kevona Davis (10.95) wind legal (10.83)2.4w
kynnedy Flannel ( 11.06) 2.4w
rhashidat (11.27) 2.4w
kailei Collins (11.48) wind legal (11.37) 2.6w
3 women sub 51
stacey ann (50.21)
kennedy simon (50.68)
Rhashidat Adeleke ( 50.70)
Davicia Patterson ( 53.91) indoor
julien alfred ( 51.10 relay leg )
ackelia smith 55.65 first 400m since 2016 ( 13.9 meter triple jumper / 21 ft long jumper)
JUST A FORMER ATHLETE AND FAN OF THE SPORT IN GENERAL. And how does typing in all caps relate to any demonstration of immaturity? And yes this question warrants a response in all its seriousness no sarcastic deflecting BS comment.
Dude, Olympic/World medals, NCAA titles, world rankings and world records.
This is San Jose State late 50's to early 70's
Dennis Johnson WR9.3
Ray Norton WR100/200 Olympian
Ronnie Ray Smith WR9.9/Olympian
John Carlos WR9.1 Olympic 200 bronze
Lee Evans WR400/Olympic gold
Tommie Smith WR400/200 Olympic 200 gold
Willie Williams, Bobby Poynter, Kirk Clayton, Sam Davis, Jimmy Omegemi
That is a factory
since clearly you aren’t reading my posts that states in respect to women here you go. I assume we aren’t gonna get anywhere untill you thoroughly read my response so enjoy.
Sanya Richards Ross (4 olympic Gold 1 bronze)
moushami Robinson ( 1 olympic gold)
Courtney Okolo (1 olympic Gold)
Morolake Akinosun (1 olympic gold)
Ashley Spenecer ( 1 olympic bronze)
chrisann Gordon ( 1 olympic silver)
morgan snow goodwin ( 100mh olympic trials )
melaine walker ( 1 olympic gold)
Teahna Daniels ( 1 olympic silver)
Bianca Knight (1 olympic Gold)
Rushelle Burton ( 100mh world finalist)
Pedrya Seymour ( 100mh world finalist)
kendal Baiseden ( PR 50.2)
Texas women ...
3 out of top 4 in the country in 400
3 out of top 5 in the country in 200
2 out of top 4 in the country in 100
Bottom line Texas has excellent sprinters , however, the meet was at altitude.
So you are talking about female track, so say that. I talk about the men.
How high up?
I think 3,200 feet. Not sure how much difference that makes. For reference, Mexico City is like 7,400 feet.