Bryan Clay Invitational 2022: Schedule, Location, Track, Live Updates

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Bryan Clay Invitational 2022: Schedule, Location, Track, Live Updates

Schedule:

Six Cougars improved upon their provisional standing during Friday’s competition. On the track, Jaylah Walker, Alayna Verner, Mechaela Hyacinth and the women’s 4×400 relay team ran season-best times, while Jones II and Raymon Harper moved up the qualifying list in field events. 

Walker, who entered the national list on Friday at number 14 with a time of 14.07 in the 100 hurdles, clocked 13.87 seconds to reach seventh in the country.

This weekend’s hyacinth, ranked ninth among the top 100, clocked 11.53 seconds to equalize for number 3 on the national qualifying list. In the 400, Werner finished 14th in the country at the top of the Brian Clay Invitational, however, Werner scored a personal-best 54.89 on the third day, taking him to 10th place on the national list.

Location:

Azusa, CA

Completed, Apr 13-16

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Track:

Bryan Clay Invitational 2022: Schedule, Location, Track, Live Updates

Site: Walnut, Calif. (Hilmer Lodge Stadium)
Event: Mt. SAC Relays
U-M Result: No team scoring
Next U-M Event: Saturday, April 16 — at Mt. SAC Relays Day 3 (Walnut, Calif.); at Louisville Invitational (Louisville, Ky.)

WALNUT, Calif. — Michigan’s indoor All-Americans from the winter continued to maintain their high standard of excellence on day two at the Mt. SAC Relays as they gear up to begin their runs toward matching outdoor honors.

Live Updates:

After a hard -1.4m/s headwind of 13.71 for third place in the finals and 13.70 (+1.7m/s) from the prelims.

Zeller is now the 10 fastest wind-legal (2.0m/s or weaker tailwind) in school history Times.

Although Amin didn’t run as fast as his 46.07 from last weekend at Duke, his 46.45 for 13th at Mount Sac on Friday was the fastest five other men have ever raced in the school’s history. He will return on Saturday for both the 4×100 and 4×400 relays.

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