Georgia track and field athletes from Estonia Johannes Erm and Karel Tilga discuss season ending, 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
The NCAA’s decision on March 30 to grant spring-sport athletes an extra year of eligibility forced Georgia athletes approaching the end of their college careers to face a question they hadn’t considered before the COVID-19 outbreak: Will I spend another year in Athens?
Georgia track and field head coach Petros Kyprianou discussed the cancellation of winter and spring sports events, an additional year of eligibility for spring sport athletes and the Tokyo Olympics moving to begin on July 23, 2021.
Two runners on the men’s track and field team will no longer have the chance to compete for Georgia again. Darius Carbin and Taylor Scarbrough have worn the Georgia uniform for the last time.
Heading into March 17, the Georgia women were ranked fourth nationally and the men carried a fifth-place ranking.
All Georgia spring athletic competitions, including regular season games, championships and the G-Day spring football game, have been canceled due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19, according to a statement released by the SEC on Tuesday.
Due to increased concerns over the spread of COVID-19, the SEC announced on Wednesday that conference sports events — including all Georgia sports events — will be closed to the public from Thursday, March 12 through March 30.
The Georgia track and field team’s performance at the Southeastern Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships in College Station, Texas, was highlighted by three individual titles along with nine other scorers during the final day.
Elija Godwin had two goals for college. He wanted to run on a track and field team and play football. He accomplished the former and had plans to do the latter.
Amber Tanner, Haze Farmer and Matthew Boling all had school record performances for Georgia throughout two days of competition at the Tyson Invitational.
Georgia track and field athletes Johannes Erm and Karel Tilga have a unique commonality — they are both natives from Estonia.
The Georgia track and field team once again broke previous school and personal records in both days at the Razorback Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Bulldogs showcased their skills in the heptathlon and pentathlon.
The Bulldogs earned six top collegiate finishes and numerous national ranked performances throughout the second day in Clemson, South Carolina.
The Georgia track and field team continued to show improvement during the first day at the Bob Pollock Invitational in Clemson, South Carolina, with several Bulldogs recording either season or personal bests Friday.
The Georgia track and field teams finished strong at the Orange & Purple Elite indoor meet in Clemson, South Carolina, over the weekend.
Three former Bulldogs earned three medals, including two golds, over the weekend at the USATF Outdoor Championships in Des Moines, Iowa.
Baseball, track and field, golf, tennis and swimming and diving all have past, present and future Bulldogs competing in multiple summer competitions. Here is how they're doing.
Georgia track and field rising junior Johannes Erm set the school record by earning a silver medal in the decathlon at the European U-23 Championships in Gavle, Sweden, on Sunday, July 14.
In mid-June, track and field head coach Petros Kyprianou went on an 11-day, 3,200 mile journey in order to raise money for CURE Childhood Cancer, a non-profit which works on the prevention and research of childhood cancer.