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Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Smith's Long Jump Opponent Will Need a Bigger Pit

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Venues are going to need to expand their long-jump pits whenever 19-year-old Juan Miguel Echevarria comes to town.

During the Diamond League event that featured Bermuda Olympian Tyrone Smith, the Cuban teenager unleashed a jaw-dropping 8.83-meter (29 feet, 11.5 inches) jump. It was the longest-recorded jump in any condition since 1995. He nearly jumped clear over the pit in the process.

Just wow. Echevarria was practically flying.

According to Sports Illustrated, Echevarria's jump won't be allowed for official record consideration (it would have been fifth all-time) because the jump was aided by 2.1 meters per second of wind. The maximum threshold for records is 2 meters per second.

Either way, that jump was ridiculous. The world record is 8.95 meters.
Monday, June 11, 2018
Smith Finishes 8th in Stockholm Diamond League

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Tyrone Smith finished 8th competing in the Menís Long Jump at the Stockholm Diamond League Track Meet.

Smith leaped a Season Best 7.94m, Cubaís Juan Miguel Echevarria won the event with a top leap of 8.83m, Jeff Henderson from the USA was second leaping 8.39m and Luvo Manyonga from South Africa finished third.

Smith said via social media, ď7.94m for a new seasons best, but I still have a bad taste in my mouth!Ē

Smith continued, ďI had a solid 8.20-8.30 foul. Ultimately I can be confident that my decision to go back to 22 strides is the right one.Ē

Smith concluded, ďAs far as I'm concerned that was my season opener forget all that retirement talk.Ē
Thursday, June 07, 2018
Minors Joins Franklin Pierce Coaching Staff

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The Franklin Pierce University Cross Country and Track & Field program, under the direction of Assistant Athletic Director and Director of Track & Field/Cross Country Zach Emerson, has announced its 2018-19 coaching staff.

Franklin Pierce will replace one accolade-laden athlete with another in the role, as Dage Minors joins the staff as a graduate assistant charged with assistant coach duties for the programís Middle Distance and Cross Country Runners.

Minors wrapped up his collegiate career this spring as the most-successful Franklin Pierce Track & Field athlete yet.

Minors finished his career as a six-time All-American, a nine-time NCAA Championship qualifier and a 21-time NE10 champion.

While working with Franklin Pierce, Minors will continue to train and compete internationally, with his eyes on qualifying to represent Bermuda in the 2020 Olympics.
Tuesday, June 05, 2018
Bermuda Athletes Compete in State Championships

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A trio of Bermuda Athletes represented the St Johnsbury Track and Field team during the D1 VT State Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

Zekiah Lewis, Sajan Harvey and Malik Joell all took part, with Lewis and Joell earning State Championship Gold Medals.

Lewisí Gold and title would come in the Womenís Varsity Long Jump Finals when she recorded a top leap of 4.87m.

Lewis would finish 10th competing in the Womenís Varsity 100 Meters Preliminaries clocking a time of 13.47, she would finish 7th during the Womenís Varsity 200 Meters stopping the clock in a time of 28.13.

Lewis would lead off for the St Johnsbury Womenís Varsity 4x100 Relay team that finished 5th clocking a time of 52.61.

Joellís title would come during the Menís Varsity 4x800 Relay Finals as he ran the anchor leg for the St Johnsbury team that clocked a winning time of 8:25.41.

During the Menís Varsity 800 Meters, Harvey would finish 6th with a time of 2:03.58, while Joell finished 11th stopping the clock in a time of 2:09.19.

Harvey would finish 5th competing in the Menís Varsity 1500 Meters clocking 4:15.48, he would also lead off the St Johnsbury Menís Varsity 4x400 Relay team that finished 8th with a time of 3:41.47.
Sunday, June 03, 2018
Minors Claims All-America First Team Honors

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Graduate student Dage Minors of the Franklin Pierce University Menís Track & Field Program has earned All-America First Team Honors in the Outdoor 800 meters from the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, as officially announced by the USTFCCCA.

The USTFCCCA bestows All-America First Team honors on those who finish in the top eight in each event at the NCAA Championships. In addition, all individuals who finish ninth through 12th earn All-America Second Team accolades.

For Minors, it is his third Outdoor All-America selection, as well as his sixth overall. He previously earned All-America honors for the 2015 and 2017 outdoor seasons, as well as the 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17 indoor campaigns, all in the 800 meters. This spring, he ran the seventh-fastest preliminary time at the NCAA Championships, with a 1:49.45, to secure a spot in the 800 meter final. In the final, which wound up being the fastest race in Division II history, Minors finished fifth, with a time of 1:48.53, which established a new school record.
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