The 2023 USATF Outdoor Championships did not disappoint with numerous Colorado natives representing the field.
We saw not one, not two, but six championship titles claimed by Colorado alumni across the board this past weekend in Eugene.
Elise Cranny was a big highlight among the Colorado entries, as she dominated the distance events. She swept both the women's 5k as well as the 10k. The Niwot alumni clocked 14:52.66 in the 5k and 32:12.30 in the 10k.
Emma Coburn competed in the 3k steeplechase. The Crested Butte alumni led into the bell lap and nearly had the win, running a season best time of 9:13.60 to place second and secure her spot on team USA.
Tavon Underwood competed in the 400 as well, running 46.06 in the prelims of the USA Outdoor Championships. He also competed in the U20 division of the 200, running 21.36.
Meeks, a Northfield alumni, threw 60.70m (199-2) in the U20 women's hammer to secure the victory. Dowl competed in the U20 women's triple jump - the Mullen alumni also placed first, jumping 12.87m (42-2.75).