Five Jayhawks competed in this year's Olympic Games. Although none earned medals, Christina Clemons and Bryce Hoppel did impress in their first games, as both qualified for the semifinals in their respective events.
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KU volunteer track coach, Christina Clemons, qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in her second attempt in the women's 100-meter hurdles. She discusses her emotions and journey on her way to qualification.
Former KU track and field athlete, Mason Finley, discusses his previous Olympic experience, and his expectations for his second Olympic games as he travels to Tokyo this week.
Recent KU graduate Gleb Dudarev was born into a family of hammer throwers, and now he'll get the chance to represent his home country of Belarus and his family in the Tokyo Olympics.
Kansas track and field coach Stanley Redwine talked to the media on Wednesday, discussing his coaching role on the U.S. Olympic team and his emotions when he saw the KU athletes qualify.
Former Kansas track and field athlete Bryce Hoppel qualified for the Tokyo Olympics Monday. Hoppel finished third in the 800 Meters with a time of 1:44.14.