Georgia track and field multi events had their opening meet of the season in Texas this weekend, where the Bulldogs had many impressive performances taking records and lifetime bests at the three-day meet.
Georgia track and field traveled to Clemson, South Carolina for its first indoor meet of the season. The team had several record-breaking performances over the course of the two-day meet.
On Sunday, senior Elija Godwin won gold in the men's 4-x-400-meter relay to finish the World Athletics Championships in Oregon.
The University of Georgia hired Patrick Henner to become their new cross country head coach, as well as an assistant for the track and field t…
Georgia track and field highlighted the Torrin Lawrence Memorial with two broken school records and 10 wins. Taking place in Athens, Georgia, this was the team’s only home meet of the year and the conclusion to the regular outdoor season.
In May, Jarryd Wallace willl bring together his passion for helping others and his passion for running, when he participates for the second time in the Wings for Life charity race.
Ana Da Silva's career as a D1 athlete began this year with the indoor season and she made a strong first impression for the Bulldogs. At her first meet of the year, Da Silva posted a throw of 54 feet, the country’s seventh best at the time and a school record. Da Silva has continued to break records and win events.
Georgia Track and Field completed their sixth of seven regular season scheduled meets this past weekend at the Georgia Tech Invitational April 23-24th. The track and field team had a strong performance throughout, acquiring ten victories.
The Georgia track and field team had a noteworthy performance at this past weekend’s Tom Jones Memorial, breaking three school records and tallying seven marks that will be in the country’s top-10.
Georgia track and field sent groups to Raleigh, North Carolina and Tallahassee, Florida to compete in the Raleigh Relays and the FSU Relays this weekend.
Georgia had a very strong showing in their outdoor season opener at the Yellow Jacket Invitational, setting eight personal records and winning eight events.
The Georgia track & field team concluded its indoor season at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championship in Birmingham, Alabama from March 11-12. The Bulldogs finished in the top 10 for the fifth consecutive NCAA Indoor Championship with an eighth place finish by the men, while the women took 46th.
When Harry Sims made the decision to attend the University of Georgia, athletics were the furthest thing from his mind. Little did he know that a seemingly innocuous swim class would be the springboard for a trailblazing career in track and field.
At this weekend's SEC indoor Championships, Georgia captured three titles along with setting two school records. The men’s team came in seventh with 47 points and the women’s team captured a ninth place finish with 23 points.
Four Bulldogs took first-place honors for the final indoor meet of the season at the Carolina Indoor Open in Columbia, South Carolina on Feb. 18. Entering this meet, the men’s team was ranked second in the coaches’ polls (USTFCCCA).
Recently, the 4-x-400 team set a school record at the Razorback Invitational with a time of 3:04.07. With Boling, Godwin and junior Caleb Cavanaugh returning to the lineup this season, this continued dominance of the relay team is no surprise. However, one thing is very different about this year’s 4-x-400 lineup — the inclusion of freshman Bryce McCray.
Junior sprinter Matthew Boling and freshman pole vaulter Nikolai van Huyssteen highlighted Georgia’s trip to the Tiger Paw Invitational as both athletes won their respective events. Boling claimed a victory in the 200-meter dash with a time of 20.41 and van Huyssteen won the pole vault event with a personal best distance of 5.20-meters.