IAAF Day 10 – Brown Finishes Seventh in 100mH Final

IAAF Day 10 – Brown Finishes Seventh in 100mH Final

Arkansas' school record holder in the 100-meter hurdles, Janeek Brown, wrapped up her season Sunday night at the IAAF Track & Field World Championships from Khalifa Stadium.

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Former Razorback Kiara Parker will return to the states with a bronze medal after running the anchor leg of the Team USA 4×100-meter relay at Khalifa Stadium Saturday night.

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Two Arkansas alums were in action on Day 8 of the IAAF Track & Field World Championships as Stanley Kebenei and Kiara Parker represented Team USA Friday afternoon.

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Team USA's Nikki Hiltz grabbed a spot in the IAAF final of the women's 1,500-meters Thursday night at the World Championships from Khalifa Stadium.

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A trio of former Razorbacks including Nikki Hiltz, Dominique Scott-Efurd and Omar McLeod were in action Wednesday afternoon at the IAAF Track & Field World Championships from Khalifa Stadium.

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Former Razorback Sandi Morris captured silver in the women's pole vault Sunday night at the IAAF World Championships from Khalifa Stadium.

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Three former Razorback greats were on display on the opening day of the IAAF Track & Field World Championships with the trio advancing to the next round in their respective events.

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Waco – – The Texas Sports Hall of Fame (TSHOF), in conjunction with the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame and the Little Rock Touchdown Club, is proud to announce nine new members from the University of Arkansas into its 2019 class of inductees for the Southwest Conference Hall of Fame: John Barnhill (football/administration, deceased) Delmonica […]

Final lists for the 2019 IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha confirm that more than 1,900 athletes from 210 countries will be in action in the Qatari capital with nine former Razorbacks and current women's Associate Head Coach Chris Johnson set to represent The University of Arkansas on track & field's brightest stage.