Author: Brett Hoover

Penn Welcomes The Nation… And Beyond

More than 1,000 high schools are entered to compete at the Penn Relays, including high numbers from both the Caribbean and Africa.

Smiles All Around

Kristen Holzherr Photo Well, the 2010 Penn Relays have come to a close, but the memories of an electrifying Saturday…

College Women Individual Athlete of the Meet

Virginia Tech’s Queen Harrison earned the award by winning the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 12.61, the fastest time…

High School Boys Relays Athlete of the Meet

Julian Forte of Jamaica’s Wolmer’s Boys ran the third leg on the winning 4×100-meter relay before anchoring the championship 4×400-meter…

College Men Relays Athlete of the Meet

Oregon’s Matthew Centrowitz ran leadoff, the 1200-meter leg, on the Ducks’ winning distance medley relay and anchored the victorious 4xmile…

College Men Individual Athlete of the Meet

LSU’s Walter Henning defended his hammer throw championship when he unleashed a toss of 237-9, the fifth-longest throw in Penn…

54,310!

The biggest crowd in the 116-year history of the Penn Relays packed into Franklin Field today and when the counting…

Move Over, Paavo

In the moments before it was announced that Usain Bolt, the World’s Fastest Man, was going to be running at…

Team USA prepares for Lightning

From USA Track & Field A storm is brewing in Philadelphia. The world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt, will lead Team…

Getting On The Schedule

After a long weekend of getting information together on the Penn Relays, the schedule for the 2010 Carnival is now…

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