A Real Elite Performance At Mines No.2


There were Elite athletes. There were Real athletes. And at the end of the night, an abundance of Peak Performances.

While Colorado may not have a formal indoor season, a slew of club teams have made the Steinhauer Field House at Mines there go-to location for indoor track and field. 

Wednesday night saw a handful of stellar performances that cracked the National Rankings, proving that while it may only be December, and no formal indoor season exists, it's clear that Colorado takes this track and field thing quite seriously.

GIRLS

Sydney Holiday came down from Wyoming to hit the boards, and she made the most of her trip. Holiday led the once-again star-studded 60 field with a staggering 7.77. Pushing her to the line was Abigail Tamminga, who finished second in 7.81, and Lauren Cox, who finished thid in 7.88. Mia Manson was the fourth runner under 8 seconds, running 7.98.

The Anna Hall proved to be quickly finding her stride in the 60 hurdles. The UGA-commit dominated the field which included Jordan Lanning and Holiday. Hall ran a 8.77 personal best. Lanning took second in 9.12, just ahead of Holiday's 9.39.

The 300 was a tight race between Nina Kemp and Lily Margolis. The two ran in different heats, making this race go down to the bright red numerals on the scoreboard. When they flashed out their truth, Kemp had the win in 44.16, just ahead of Margolis's 44.21.