Houston Travels to American Indoor Championship (COOGS WIN Men's and Women's Titles)


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Time to bring home the 1st (and possibly 2nd) conference trophy this year

ABOUT THE AMERICAN INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
Houston action at The American Indoor Championships kicks off at 9 a.m., Friday with the 60-meter hurdles of the women’s pentathlon. The 60-meter dash, the first of four events of the men’s heptathlon on Friday, kicks off at 11 a.m. Individual field events kick off at noon with the men’s pole vault, while trials of the running events begin at 12:25 p.m., with the women’s mile run.
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Saturday’s competition begins with the final three events of the men’s heptathlon, starting with the 60-meter hurdles at 9 a.m. Action begins in the field with the women’s and men’s high jump at 9:45 a.m., while the finals for running events are set to kick off at 11:20 a.m. with the women’s mile run. Closing out the day will be the men’s 4x400-meter relay at 2:50 p.m.
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A full schedule of events can be found by clicking HERE.
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Fans can follow the action through multiple outlets, beginning with a live video courtesy of the American Digital Network for each day. The stream can be found by clicking HERE. Live results for each day of the championships will also be available courtesy of Xpress Timing and can be found by clicking HERE.


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Live Coverage starts at noon:


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Men are an overwhelming favorite. It will be interesting to see how much the women improve their standing over last year…stronger and deeper squad with several potential champions.


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Our ladies won the outdoor championship last year. They’ll represent, I think.


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In the overall rankings, Cincy is a slight favorite heading into this meet. Indoors are always a little harder with less events than the outdoors.


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Yes, that and the indoor season was designed to prep athletes for the outdoor season. Did you see Taylor in 60 hurdles? Meet record and fastest time in NCAA this year. Go girl! Go Coogs!


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Ignoring hurdle height difference, she would have been the 3rd fastest in the men’s prelims!


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