Track and field team eyes outdoor title
“We want to make sure that we continue to have the big name and H-Town Speed City and everything,” Montgomery said. “As long as everyone handles their Ps and Qs like we need to, we’ll be alright.”
The change of environment brings about some different and welcoming aspects of the running environment.
Montgomery said he enjoys the openness of the track while racing outdoors because the fresh air is easier to breathe.
“In the 400 indoors, there’s a lot of bumping going on,” he said. “In outdoors, it’s you in your own lane. There is not somebody trying to cut you off or beating you to the break. We don’t have any of that anymore.”