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Shortly after the 2018 NCAA DI Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships on March 9-10, the Razorbacks began preparing for next task for elite track programs: to capture the NCAA Outdoor Championships in early June.

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Most college kids have a routine of waking up, putting on shoes and leaving for the day ahead. For one track and field athlete, his regimen includes waking up, putting on his prosthetic legs one at a time and tackling the upcoming 24 hours with a smile on his face regardless of the cards he’…

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The Bowerman Award is one of the most prestigious awards that can be given to a NCAA track and field student athlete. This year, Arkansas’ very own Kemar Mowatt is nominated for the honor.

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A former Razorback track and field athlete said that she knew starving herself was wrong, but in order to be the fastest on the team, she had to be thin. Less weight meant a faster time.

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It was a crisp Tuesday night at the João Havelange Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. Here, eight hurdlers prepared for the race of their lives. Each athlete was focused on the opportunity to become a gold medalist.

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Professional pole vaulter and UA grad Sandi Morris loves all animals. If it walks on all fours, flies or has fur, she’s a fan.

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With the Razorback track and field team wrapping up its indoor season with the Southeastern Conference championships ahead, redshirt-junior Taliyah Brooks will look to add to her growing resume with more top-5 finishes in the multi events.

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It began with a gunshot. A blank fired from the starter’s pistol triggered the clock and began the 2016 Texas Relays 400-meter hurdle final.

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As Razorback women’s coach Lance Harter talked about his team during his first press conference of the 2017 track season, there was only one runner he deemed as his “new freshman superstar.”

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After many impressive performances at the United States Olympic Trials that concluded Sunday, six Razorbacks landed on Team USA for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil.

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After an incredible season that included many record-breaking performances, the Arkansas Razorback women’s track and field team took home its first NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship in program history Saturday.

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Arkansas Razorback track and cross-country teams have trained and produced many legendary professional runners, some of which have gone on to run for well-known brands, participated in the Olympics and saw induction into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.

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The No. 4 men’s and No. 1 women’s track and field teams faced stiff competition at the Louisiana State University and Payton Jordan Invitationals, but the teams came away with strong finishes against professional and collegiate runners.

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In the eight-team John McDonnell Invitational, the Arkansas Razorback track and field teams separated themselves from the field with top performances from the No. 7 men and No. 2 women’s teams.

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Running one event in track and field for the UofA is a feat in and of itself and can put someone into an elite category if they can excel at the event. Running seven and excelling at all of them is almost unheard of. Razorback heptathlete Taliyah Brooks is making people listen.

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The No. 5 Arkansas men’s and the No. 3 women’s track and field team found success at the Stanford Invitational and Texas Relays Friday and Saturday with each team having first-place finishes in multiple events.

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The No. 5 Arkansas men’s and No. 3 women’s track and field teams had a strong showings in the Arkansas Spring Invitational Saturday with multiple top-5 finishes and personal records set on the day.

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Two Arkansan pole vaulters have been accumulating national attention since before they became Razorbacks. It seems like no surprise that freshmen twins Lexi and Tori Weeks are going to the 2016 NCAA Indoor Women’s Track and Field Championships.

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The No. 1 Arkansas men’s and No. 4 women’s track and field teams continued their incredible season at the Randal Tyson Track Center taking home the SEC Championships yet again.

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The women’s track and field team claimed its first victory of the 2016 indoor track season, winning by a large margin over No. 5 Oregon in the Razorback Invitational during the past weekend.

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 If there was one word that could be used to accurately describe the 2015-2016 college football bowl season, “blowouts” would be that word. Games that seemed like great matchups on paper turned out to be pure dominance by the winning team in nearly every bowl. As a result, there were some br…