Kennedy Harrison Struggled to keep pace with Lincoln IV. Sophomore Ali Diabetes He ran a sub-22.0 in the first round to set the tone in heat two. Diabetes He finished first in his heat with a personal best of 47.34, third overall. Lincoln IV, Harrison and Diabetes Own the top three spots in the men’s 400m in the ACC.
Sprints / obstacles
Ranked fifth in the ACC. Layla Anderson She set a personal best time of 23.85 in the women’s 200m. Anderson placed second in the conference after finishing first in the 60m hurdles go back Invitational, personal-best time 8.26.
Chauncey Chambers In his first attempt of the day, he cleared 52’5″(16m) in the men’s triple jump to become the winner. Chambers secured a season-best 52’11.5″ (16.14m) on his second jump. The win moved Chambers up three spots to fourth in the NCAA.
women’s triples, Close the piles He reached 40’11.5″(12.48m) in the first round. Virginia’s Jordan Hardy put the pressure on Piles. Piles came up short in the fourth, but in the fifth round of six, she cleared a season-best 41’8″(12.70m) from Hardy.
The Hokies got off to a flying start by finishing second, third and fourth in the boys high jump. Aidan Clarke He cleared 6’10.25″ (2.09m) on his first attempt to qualify second. Elijah Bell cleared the same height on his second attempt and placed third. Sean Murphy He finished fourth with a personal-best 6’8.25″ (2.04m).
Czech shooter Catherine Brzezinski She finished second in her first race of the season in America. Brzyszkowska sent the shot put 53’7″ (16.33m) on her final attempt, marking the fifth-best mark in the NCAA.
Jr Jacob Rice He jumped over the bar at 16’11” (5.16m). Roos made three attempts to set a personal-best 17’5″ (5.31m) but ran out of fuel to finish the day in second.
Virginia Tech hits the road for the first time when it heads to Louisville, Ky. on January 27-28 to compete in the PNC Lenny Lyles Invitational.