Two days of New Balance Nationals Outdoor are now in the books, with one remaining. By and large, it was a quiet day for the Colorado contingent.
Anna Hall completed her heptathlon competition by posting 508 points for 15-9.5 in the long jump, 335 points for 73-10 in the javelin, and then a very nice 780 points for 2:23.34 in the 800. That left Hall with a two-day total of 4517 points.
Elsewhere, Maya Evans bowed out in prelims of the 100 with a 12.38, as did Kylie Davis in prelims of the 100 hurdles with a 14.65. Both marks were wind legal.
A busier day awaits the Colorado delegation tomorrow.
All the way across the continent, it was a bit busier day for Colorado at Brooks PR.
The Brooks PR highlights of the day were easy to identify--Emily Sloan taking second in the 100 hurdles at 13.48 (NWI) and Brie Oakley finishing the two mile in third place at 10:08.89.
Elsewhere, Becca Schulte and Mia Coats went 5-6 in the 400 at 54.91 and 55.20. Caleb Ojennes had a 48.30 for fifth in the boys 400. None of those times were particularly close to PR marks and all may have been impacted by the wind today in Washington.
On a side note, Fort Collins High School alum Katie (Follett) Mackey won the elite women's 1500 with a time of 4:09.83.