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Ryan Crouser advances to third Olympics with Trials victory Ryan Crouser advances to third Olympics with Trials victory

Ryan Crouser advances to third Olympics with Trials victory

Ryan Crouser advanced to his third Olympic Games with a 74-11.25 (22.84) winning mark in the shot put final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials on Saturday in Hayward Field.

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Arkansas alum Chris Bailey advanced to the final of the 400m in the U.S. Olympic Team Trials on Sunday while Lance Lang broke his Arkansas school record in the 100m semifinal.

First round qualifying went very well for athletes associated with the University of Arkansas on Friday at Hayward Field as a dozen advanced to either semifinals or finals at the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.

For the second consecutive year Arkansas has a pair of Razorbacks named among the 10 semifinalists for the men’s 2024 Bowerman. High jumper Romaine Beckford and long jumper Wayne Pinnock become the sixth and seventh Razorbacks to be a semifinalist for the Bowerman, which was first awarded in 2009.

A total of 36 athletes with ties to the University of Arkansas will compete in the 2024 U.S. Olympic Trials at Hayward Field from June 21-30. The group includes 15 UA alums, 11 current Razorbacks, along with 10 professionals who train in Fayetteville.

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Mat Clark, Director of Strength and Conditioning with Arkansas men’s and women’s track and field, will be part of the Northern Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame Induction class of 2024.

FAYETTEVILLE – For the fourth time in program history the Arkansas men were named the USTFCCCA John McDonnell Men’s Program of the Year for the 2023-24 academic year. Previous years the Razorbacks were honored with the award included 2013, 2017, and 2021. Following NCAA cross country and NCAA indoor, Arkansas was tied with Northern Arizona […]

Romaine Beckford completed a sweep of NCAA high jump titles during an undefeated season in 2024 with a winning height of 7 feet, 5 inches (2.26) on Friday at Hayward Field.

Completing the decathlon during the second day of the NCAA Championships at Hayward Field produced six points for the Razorbacks as Jack Turner and Yariel Soto Torrado finished in fourth and eighth place.