Texas Tech Open and Multiis will wrap up Friday evening – Texas Tech Red Invaders

Lubock, Texas – The Texas Tech Track and Field Program ended on Friday night with the opening of the Tech Open and Multiis, highlighted by the couple who finished first in the 60m Dash.

In the women’s 60m. Stick, newcomer Rosemary Chuuma She made her Red Rider debut in 7.34 p.m. Virginia Carly Finished at 7.36. In the semi-finals, a new public relations record of Kerley 7.33 was registered. At that time together Kiyah Dubari-GayChakumama, who finished 7.33 times in the semi-finals, is in fourth place.

In men 60 m. Jakobby Shelton Each time he started early, he took home a 6.58 PR mark. Due to the change in height, its time is reduced to 6.60, but that still puts Dawson High School’s production in fifth place in the nation. Towards the end, Shelton entered a fast-paced 6.62.

Women’s weight throwing saw Seasons standard He finished second with a time of 21.47m (70’5.25 “). It was only the second time in her career that Usual reached the 70-foot mark – 21.59m (70’10 ‘) 2021 in the big 12 home runners. Konner wood First gone, recording new PR at 18.59 m (61′-0).

Other celebrities included. Olivia Kade Arriving at a new PR signal at 3.82m (12′-6.25) at Paul Volt, like Auburn All-American Transfer Malik Metviver The long-awaited Red Raider has released 400 DMR as a team Paul Cheryl, Alfred Chowanza and Owen Lekins won first place at 99.90.

In the women’s 400m, she has entered another. Anesa Scott She crossed the line at 54.37 and finished fourth overall in Tech. Scott’s final 400 race returns in February 2020 – 54.38 in the C-USA Indoor Championship.

Freshman and a native of Sweden Oscar Edlund A.D. For the first time in 2022, he saw competition in the 600m. Because it runs second in the heat and stays second overall (1 17. 17.55).

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