Honestly, HepsNation – congratulations.
The performances completed this past weekend has written all sorts of record books. If you look at the various schools’ weekend recaps, you can find full listings of updates to various school record books. But some of those performances will require another massive Ivy League conference record book update. We got one new conference record, another runner breaking the 4:00/mile barrier, and a third runner a part of an American Indoor Record – we can go more into detail about these events when we announce our Athletes of the Week.
But the quick recap of the Ivy League record book changes:
– Fastest 3000m performance: 7:51.52 by Harvard’s Maksim Korolev
– 2nd fastest 3000m performance: 7:51.57 by Dartmouth’s Will Geoghegan
– 3rd fastest indoor 4×400 performance: 3:39.49 by Harvard (Jade Miller, Autumne Franklin, Jackie Modesett, Gabrielle Scott)
– 4th fastest indoor 5000m performance: 13:51.22 by Harvard’s James Leakos
– 4th best indoor high jump performance: 7-4 1/4 by Penn’s Maalik Reynolds (pictured)
– 5th fastest 60m performance: 7.48 by Harvard’s Danielle Barbian
– 5th fastest indoor 400m performance: 54.02 by Cornell’s Udeme Akpaete
– 5th fastest indoor 4×400 performance: 3:40.22 by Cornell (Ebolutalese Airewele, Zena Kolliesuah, Elysie Wilkinson, Udeme Akpaete)
– 6th fastest indoor mile performance: 3:59.63 by Princeton’s Michael Williams
– 7th fastest indoor mile performance: 4:40.35 by Harvard’s Molly Renfer
– 10th fastest 3000m performance: 9:16.78 by Dartmouth’s Dana Giordano
– 10th fastest indoor 5000m performance: 14:01.93 by Princeton’s Tyler Udland
– just outside indoor 800m all time: 1:49.26 by Columbia’s Harry McFann
– just outside indoor 3000m all time: 7:57.44 by Princeton’s Chris Bendtsen (note – he would have been ranked 10th all time if Korolev or Geoghegan had not raced).