Men's Track & Field - Arkansas Razorbacks

Steeple gold for Kibet, decathlon silver for Spejcher

Steeple gold for Kibet, decathlon silver for Spejcher

Late night racing produced another 16 points for the Razorbacks with Andrew Kibet leading a 1-3-7 finish in the 3,000m steeplechase with a career best time of 8:42.87 during the second day of the SEC Championships at the Ole Miss Track and Field Complex.

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Arkansas answered the challenge presented by Alabama to secure the team title at the SEC Outdoor Championships by six points, 120-114, on Saturday at the Ole Miss Track & Field Complex.

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Following a lightning delay of nearly two hours on the opening day of the 2022 SEC Outdoor Championships at Ole Miss Track & Field Complex, the Razorbacks ended the evening with 16 points in the 10,000m final.

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Championship season has the Arkansas Razorbacks ready to defend their conference title at the SEC Outdoor Championships at the Ole Miss Track and Field Complex this Thursday through Saturday.

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The Arkansas Twilight featured victories by current Razorbacks as well as Arkansas alums at John McDonnell Field on Friday evening.

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John McDonnell Field will host its first USA Track & Field Championship event this Friday and Saturday, May 6-7, when the USATF Combined Events Championships are held on the University of Arkansas campus.

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The Razorbacks finish the regular season on Friday with the Arkansas Twilight, which will include a senior recognition, while John McDonnell Field also serves as host of the USATF Combined Events Championships this weekend on Friday and Saturday.

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Ayden Owens-Delerme may be the best athlete on campus at the University of Arkansas. And it’s something he’s been training for his entire life. Owens-Delerme developed a love for multiple sports as a kid, and had dreams of playing for his home state Pittsburgh Steelers. But Owens-Delerme found a different outlet for his competitive nature… on the track AND in the field.


Arkansas hurdler Phillip Lemonious earned a loud ovation from the Jamaica fans at the 126th running of the Penn Relay Carnival on Saturday as he claimed the College Championship title in the 110m hurdles with a season best time of 13.48 seconds at Franklin Field.