It was hot, and the lighting was harsh, but there was plenty of great track and field action to be had.
Using all of the pole
Corrieon Mosby puts a little extra into his 200 in the waning light
Low and mean
1600 colors on the start line
Elise Machen takes the up elevator
Kyra Hunsberger plots a coup
Kord Ferguson and the stay-in-the-ring dance
The trouble here? Which one do you keep the camera on?!
So, tell me now, what's one thing great horizontal jumpers do well?
Trevon Bosley gives an upside-down smile for the camera
Looks like a fair and even start with lots of Texas orange
Ask Andrew Henn if sighting down the barrel works
At 500 meters, it was clear that Charles Jones wasn't coming back
Time to let it go
The fastest girls 4x200 relay team this nation has ever known
Austin Tilley cleanly over
Another successful landing
Christina Aragon had to go deep into the domain of pain to put this one away.
Darrielle McQueen negotiates re-entry
Shania Hernandez finds a little extension
There's trouble brewing on your outside shoulder
Almost like an international event...
Nicole Summersett with room to spare
There wasn't much light left in the day when Paulo Benavides put away his pole
Keeping her eye on the ball
Miranda Vigil stays clean over the bar
A little demonstration of the power that has made Jazmine Chosa one of New Mexico's best
Post-race hurdle discussion
Giving the hammer a little auditory exhortation
Tarah Vijayasarathy and the art of balance
The javelin is more technique than strength, but Keiryn Swenson made the technique part look easy
Fire on the track and in her hair
A record landing
More or less the last the 400 field saw of Kendall Ellis
Joshua Clark appears to manage the stress of competition nicely
Part of going far is going high, and Ja'Mari Ward has no problem with the vertical part
Fastest guy on the track at 200 meters
You arch back before you bend forward
Lucy Biles was just one reason Utah was a runaway freight train in the 4x800
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