Sophomore Jasmine Moore headlined the weekend with the fourth-best performance in NCAA history in the triple jump.
Shoulder stiffness is all that Marie-Therese Obst continues to notice, and it isn’t enough to keep her from projecting the best season of her collegiate career.
Georgia split up over the weekend, as athletes competed at the Tom Jones Memorial in Gainseville, Florida, and the Virginia Challenge in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Georgia’s track and field teams ended the Spec Towns Invitational by breaking multiple school records, earning top finishes and setting a new national leader.
Georgia’s track and field teams split up this weekend, participating in the Florida State Relays in Tallahassee and the Raleigh Relays in North Carolina.
The Bulldogs entered the weekend on the heels of two top-five indoor national team finishes and left it with multiple victories and new school records set.
The Bulldogs took home a pair of national individual titles, multiple personal and school records and numerous All-America finishes in the three-day championship meet.
Georgia’s 4-x-400 meter relay team qualified just 0.05 seconds behind third-place Kentucky, .10 behind North Carolina and .64 behind Tennessee.
After winning this year’s SEC Indoor Championships, redshirt sophomore Kyle Garland has high expectations set for himself going into the NCAA Indoor Championships.
The Georgia women finished third with 69 points, trailing only Florida’s 81 and Arkansas’s 141. The Bulldog men came in 10th with 31 points and Arkansas took the top spot with 116.
Boling’s career-best time in the 200-meter dash leading into this season was 20.66 seconds. He needed just one attempt in the event to set a new personal best with a time of 20.53.
This weekend the Georgia track and field team split up into three different events across the southeast where athletes combined for new school records and a plethora of performances that will qualify them for the NCAA Indoor Championships.
Senior Johannes Erm won the heptathlon, his fifth one collegiately, while redshirt sophomore Kyle Garland earned runner up.
Led by Anna Hall and Matthew Boling, Georgia’s track and field teams had another strong weekend in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Standout sophomore Matthew Boling highlighted a career day with a 400-meter time of 45.51. Boling’s time is the second best in Georgia history and best since 2010.
The relay team consists of sophomore Matthew Boling, sophomore Caleb Cavanaugh, senior Delano Dunkley and junior Elija Godwin. With a time of 3 minutes, 10.39 seconds, this was the best 4x400 relay time for Georgia since 2016.
To highlight conference and university updates as well as other developments within Georgia athletics, The Red & Black offers the Sunday reads series, recapping this week’s top sports stories.
Georgia’s men’s and women’s track and field teams had a strong showing at the Clemson Invitational on Jan. 15 and 16 in Clemson, South Carolina. It was their first event of the indoor season, finishing with 14 total victories.
After their brief, two-appearance cross country season, nearly all of Georgia’s distance runners have their sights set on the upcoming spring indoor and outdoor track seasons.
Nov. 11 marked the first day of the 2020-21 signing period for non-football and basketball recruits from the class of 2021. The Red & Black has compiled a list of athletes who have signed with Georgia.
Georgia track and field athletes from Estonia Johannes Erm and Karel Tilga discuss season ending, 2021 Tokyo Olympics.