Arkansas volunteer assistant Ryan Crouser claimed an elusive Diamond League trophy in the shot put on Wednesday with a meet record winning mark of 74 feet, 4 ½ inches (22.67).
Arkansas alum Hunter Woodhall secured a bronze medal in the final of the T62 400m at the Tokyo Paralympic Games on Friday evening, posting a time of 48.61 seconds in the Olympic Stadium.Result
Arkansas volunteer assistant Ryan Crouser successfully defended his Olympic gold medal with a stellar performance that was capped with an Olympic record throw of 76 feet, 5 ½ inches (23.30), just two and three-quarters of an inch shy of the world record he set in June.Olympic Shot Put Final Day 7 Start list
One impressive toss of the shot put advanced Ryan Crouser, an Arkansas volunteer assistant, to the Olympic final as his mark of 72 feet, 4 ¼ inches (22.05) led the field of 12 who will compete again on Thursday at 11:05 a.m. (JST), which will be viewable at 9:05 p.m. (CT) Wednesday evening.Day 6 start list
Racing in the semi-final of the 400m hurdles in the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, Arkansas alum Kemar Mowatt, representing Jamaica, finished fifth in the first of three heats with a time of 48.95 seconds.Day 4 start list
The signing class for Arkansas men’s track and field for the 2021-22 season totals 21 new Razorbacks. The impressive array of talent is joining a team that earned program of the year accolades in 2020-21 and swept all three SEC Championships to complete its 16th conference triple crown.
First day of track and field action in the Tokyo Olympics had Arkansas alum Kemar Mowatt advancing to the semi-final of the 400m hurdles, which will be run on Sunday evening (JST) and viewable at 7:05 a.m. (CT).Day 2 Start list