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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 Tom Hays has been named the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) men’s Midwest Region Assistant Coach of the year for his success coaching KU pole vault.
Kansas track and field qualified five athletes for the NCAA Outdoor Championships after the NCAA Prelims over the weekend. The weekend was highlighted by thrower Gleb Dudarev's fourth trip to the championships and pole vaulter Samantha Van Hoecke, after she became the first women's pole vault outdoor qualifier for Kansas since 2018.
Despite finishing in the bottom half of the Big 12 Championships, Kansas Track and Field had multiple stand out performers who set multiple meet, school and facility records. The Jayhawks took home two Big 12 titles from senior Gleb Dudarev, who won his fourth career Big 12 title in the men’s hammer throw, and sophomore Zach Bradford in the pole-vault.
In addition to running track, studying business and being in a fraternity, twin brothers Tae-Vheon and Sae-Vheon Alcorn run one of the most popular vintage clothing sites at KU.
Kansas men's and women's track and field won in 13 events at the Missouri Spring Opener in Columbia, Missouri. Sophomore Toni Englund clocked a personal best 14.76 in the 100-meter hurdles.
The Jayhawks began their outdoor track season in Austin, Texas this Saturday. They topped the leaderboard in the women's 400 meter dash and men's pole vaulting.
Kansas track and field brought home two Big 12 titles from the 2021 Big 12 Indoor Championship.
Kansas women's track and field get sixth place at the Arkansas Qualifier and finished with 27 points. Juniors Toni Englund and Avryl Johnson, and sophomore Sommer Herner all posted personal bests in their respective events.