It’s officially HepsWeek. Indoor Heps will be returning to Barton Hall for the first time since 2012 and various teams across the conference are getting excited for the meet to begin. Various teams have started to share videos over this past weekend to get HepsNation fans pumped for the upcoming action. I must say, it is working.
In case you missed it, you can still check out what Yale, Brown, and Cornell have released to the public. Some have even shared videos of some of the upsets that happened at the 2012 Indoor Heps, such Brown’s Heidi Caldwell’s edging out Dartmouth’s Abbey D’Agostino for the win in the women’s 5,000m.
We are waiting for other schools to join in on the fun…
But while we wait, we’ll start sharing other things with you, such as event previews and details on how to follow the meet.
We’re still waiting on the final schedule from Ivy League Athletics, but we will share that information once it is available. UPDATE: the Indoor Heps schedule is available – you can check it out here.
We will be starting the Indoor Heps event previews later today and continue publishing them throughout the week. We’ll end the week with projected Indoor Heps scorings based on the updated conference rankings from TFRRS.
Coming to the meet? Let us know on facebook, and feel free to share the event with your family and friends.
How can you follow the meet? We can recommend the following ways:
– through this website. We will be providing periodic updates over the course of the meet, so refresh this main page regularly for the most recent updates.
– through social media (i.e. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat) – social media platforms always blossom during Heps Championship meets, and Indoor Heps is no exception. While HepsTrack physically cannot be there for the meet this year, we will do our best to share anything we find on social media. Look for us on Facebook and Twitter. Search for the theme #iHeps on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook for other accounts providing updates.
– through the Ivy League Digital Network – once again, the Ivy League will be providing a webstream of the Sunday events through the Ivy League Digital Network, starting at noon on February 28th. Follow the link to subscribe for a day pass in order to watch the meet. Unfortunately, there will be no coverage of Saturday action through this website.
CALL OUT TO ALL THOSE TRAVELING TO ITHACA! Share the love of the Heps excitement through social media! Send out updates, videos, pictures, or links to Periscope live feeds with the hashtag #iHeps so we can further share out the love.
And so, lets HepsWeek begin!
photo by John Keklak. Want to reminisce on the last time Indoor Heps was at Cornell? Check out Keklak’s albums from the meet.