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Dominic Martinez

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Track and Cross Country

Track and Field Competes at Historic Penn Relays

The Harvard track and field team sent a handful of field athletes to the historic Penn Relays over the weekend. With the Outdoor Heptagonal Championships taking place next weekend, the Crimson athletes who were in action turned in some strong performances, including personal-bests.

Track and Cross Country

Women's 4x400 Relay Sets Program Record

Pitted against national-caliber competition at the LSU Alumni Gold Meet in Baton Rouge, La., they crushed the record. The team crossed the finish line in 3:38.79, nearly two seconds faster than the previous best mark. The performance earned third place for the Harvard track and field team.

Track and Cross Country

Track Athletes Compete in Florida and New Jersey

With two weeks of outdoor competition under its belt, the Harvard track and field team once again split up over the weekend, sending athletes to the Florida Relays in Gainesville, Fla. and the Sam Howell Invitational, which was hosted by Princeton.

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Track and Cross Country

Salander Leads Harvard Track and Field Competitors at NCAA Indoor Championships

In total, three Crimson athletes—all from the Ivy-champion women’s squad—earned qualifying bids to nationals by placing in the top 16 in the nation in their respective events.

Track and Cross Country

Track and Field Athletes Compete at BU, Columbia

Senior pole vaulter Nico Weiler earned Harvard’s lone individual victory of the weekend, as he cleared 5.30 meters to take first place.

Track and Cross Country

Track and Field Women Claim First Indoor Ivy Title in 13 Years

Including the eight points from the 4x400, 59 of the team’s 117 total points came in sprinting events, as the Crimson edged the Big Red by a final tally of 117-112.7 to win the Ivy League Championship for the first time since 2000. On the men’s side, Harvard recorded 86 team points, which was good for third place behind Cornell and Princeton.

Track and Cross Country

Track and Field Women Set Records, Finish Second at HYP

In the team’s most crucial meet to date, junior thrower and co-captain Adabelle Ekechukwu, sophomore sprinter Danielle Barbian, and co-captain pole vaulter Sydnie Leroy broke Crimson records in their respective events.

Track and Cross Country

Track and Field Races to First Place Finishes in Harvard Challenge

Junior captain Adabelle Ekechukwu wasted no time in letting her competitors know that she is a force to be reckoned with in 2013.

Track and Cross Country

Women's Cross Country Places Fourth at NCAA Regionals, Receives At-Large Bid to NCAA Champs

All season, the Harvard women’s cross country team has stressed the importance of peaking at the right time. And on Friday, with a trip to the NCAA Championships on the line, the Crimson women delivered.

Track and Cross Country

Coach's Changes Propel Cross Country

For this reason, I want to draw attention to the adjustments that Harvard coach Jason Saretsky made in his team’s training regimen for the 2012 season after a disappointing conclusion to the squad’s 2011 campaign.

Track and Cross Country

Cross Country Races at Heps

In its most important meet of the season, the Harvard cross country team turned in a strong performance against its Ancient Eight rivals. At the Heptagonal Championships, held at Princeton’s West Windsor Fields, the Crimson women finished in a tie with Brown for third place, while the men earned a fifth-place finish.

Track and Cross Country

Heps On Slate for Crimson Runners

It’s that time of year again.

Track and Cross Country

With Heps Looming, Cross Country Competes in Pair of Invites

At the Wisconsin invite, Harvard's pair of junior standouts, Maksim Korolev and James Leakos, led the men to a 28th-place finish out of 45 teams. The Crimson women relied on its depth and tight pack to earn a 23rd place finish out of 48 squads.

Track and Cross Country

Men's, Women's Cross Country Finish 13th at Paul Short Invitational

One squad relied on depth; the other relied on experience. But when all was said and done, both the Harvard men’s and women’s cross country teams notched 13th-place finishes at the Paul Short Invitational this past weekend.

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