Heps Champs

Heps SFX: Welcome To The Heps

Heps SFX: Welcome To The Heps

Watch more videos on Flotrack Gordon Mack of Flotrack is a man who has gotten little sleep as of late. That’s because he had to reduce a ridiculous amount of Heps footage to about five minutes. Above you will see that he captured the emotion of the event… by training his cameras on the coaches. [...]


Mic Check

Mic Check

The livestream was appreciated, but the Indoor Heps announcers fell far short.


Big Red Sweep Title, Honors

Big Red Sweep Title, Honors

With powerful performances from senior Bruno Hortelano-Roig and junior Stephen Mozia, the Big Red of Cornell didn’t let it all come down to the relays.


Crimson Women Keep Indoor Crown

Crimson Women Keep Indoor Crown

With an impressive show of points from across the events, the Harvard Crimson repeated as champion at the 2014 Indoor Heps in Hanover, N.H.


Chatting With Sami: Janae Dunchack

Chatting With Sami: Janae Dunchack

Schedule of Events | Men’s Results | Women’s Results | Livestream Sami Aziz is on the ground in Hanover, N.H., getting valuable insight from competitors and coaches at the 2014 Indoor Heps Championships. Here is his conversation with Dartmouth senior Janae Dunchack, who won her fourth straight pentathlon title after most people went back home [...]


No Surprises This Time

No Surprises This Time

Dartmouth superstar Abbey D’Agostino ran away from the 5k field late to win in 16:08.70. Princeton freshman Megan Curham gave a valiant chase for second in 16:12.20, more than 11 seconds ahead of the next challenger.


Living The Dream

Living The Dream

Columbia sophomore Tait Rutherford did what you need to do — run hard, win your race and let the chips fall where they may. Doing that made the unexpected happen.


Super Hero

Super Hero

Cornell’s Stephen Mozia put on a show today — crushing Adam Nelson’s Indoor Heps shot put record by more than four feet.


Chatting With Sami: Nathan Taylor

Chatting With Sami: Nathan Taylor

Sami Aziz is on the ground in Hanover, N.H., getting valuable insight from competitors and coaches before the fun begins at the 2014 Indoor Heps Championships. Here is his chat with Cornell men’s coach Nathan Taylor.


Chatting With Sami: Barry Harwick

Chatting With Sami: Barry Harwick

Sami Aziz is on the ground in Hanover, N.H., getting valuable insight from competitors and coaches before the fun begins at the 2014 Indoor Heps Championships. Here is his chat with Dartmouth men’s coach Barry Harwick.


Chatting With Sami: Jason Saretsky

Chatting With Sami: Jason Saretsky

Sami Aziz is on the ground in Hanover, N.H., getting valuable insight from competitors and coaches before the fun begins at the 2014 Indoor Heps Championships. Here is his chat with Harvard coach Jason Saretsky.


Chatting With Sami: Sandra Ford-Centonze

Chatting With Sami: Sandra Ford-Centonze

Sami Aziz is on the ground in Hanover, N.H., getting valuable insight from competitors and coaches before the fun begins at the 2014 Indoor Heps Championships. Here is his chat with Dartmouth women’s coach Sandra Ford-Centonze.


Chatting With Sami: Fred Samara

Chatting With Sami: Fred Samara

Sami Aziz is on the ground in Hanover, N.H., getting valuable insight from competitors and coaches before the fun begins at the 2014 Indoor Heps Championships. Here is his chat with Princeton men’s coach Fred Samara.


It’s On

Click on the trials link for the events with first rounds and on the finals links for those which don’t. Men | Women Here are some quick takes from the entries: • Dartmouth senior Abbey D’Agostino will compete in the mile and 5,000m run. That leaves Dartmouth’s Dana Giordano and Columbia’s Waverly Neer to battle [...]


iHeps14 — Women’s Distance

iHeps14 — Women's Distance

One of the amazing things about the women’s distance races is its appearance. Last spring in Princeton it looked like Dartmouth’s Abbey D’Agostino — the most decorated runner in Ivy League history — ran away from a weak field in the 1,500. Appearances are deceiving. She did run away from the field, winning by 14 [...]


iHeps14 – Men’s Horizontals

iHeps14 - Men's Horizontals

Over the last four years, the battle for the long and triple jump titles have been between Cornell and Princeton. And this Indoor Heps will not be much different. As the performance list stands, Cornell would win 34 points to Princeton’s 25. The “rest of conference” currently would earn only three points from those two events. The favorites [...]


iHeps14 — Women’s Sprints/Hurdles

iHeps14 — Women's Sprints/Hurdles

Last year, Columbia’s Marvellous Iheukwumere dominated the sprinting scene, not only winning both the 60m and 200m at Indoor Heps, but also claiming the 100m, 200m, and 4×100 at Outdoor Heps.  Going into this weekend, she is the odds favorite in defending her 200m title on the flat Dartmouth track.  Her personal best of 24.02, [...]


iHeps14 – Men’s Mid-Distance

iHeps14 - Men's Mid-Distance

In order for Princeton to keep up with Cornell in the team race, Princeton will need to score well in areas where Cornell is lacking in depth. This year, it is the middle and long distances that are Cornell’s weakest portions. Cornell only has two 800m runners that could be in contention for finals this year: [...]


iHeps14 — Men’s Sprints/Hurdles

iHeps14 — Men's Sprints/Hurdles

As it comes to sprints, Cornell’s Bruno Hortelano-Roig might be in a class by himself at Heps. Before the school year ends, he could have an all-time top 10 Heps mark in the 60-, 200- and 400-meter dashes indoor and the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dashes outdoor. He popped a 6.76 60 meters at Cornell [...]


iHeps14 – Women’s Mid-Distance

iHeps14 - Women's Mid-Distance

The women’s 800m event is going to be a fast one this year. The top eight athletes have all broken 2:10 this year, with the fastest time coming from the defending champion, Harvard’s Erika Veidis (2:05.55). But don’t let the performance listings fool you — last year, only five runners who were ranked in the top [...]


iHeps14 — Men’s Throws

iHeps14 — Men's Throws

Let’s just put it out there — the men’s throws will be crazy. Consider this, Cornell junior Stephen Mozia has thrown four feet beyond Olympic gold medalist Adam Nelson’s meet record this season, but has yet to win a Heps’ indoor title. And the past two champions — Harvard’s Dustin Brode (2013) and Ben Glauser [...]


iHeps14 — Relays

iHeps14 — Relays

How do you cap off a great eight-team championship? Bring tired runners back and introduce some fresh ones for some gut-wrenching relays, that’s how. On the men’s side, Cornell hopes to have enough left in the tank to make a run at Princeton’s 4×4 meet record of 3:12.83 set at The Armory in 2011. A [...]


iHeps14 — Men’s Distance

iHeps14 — Men's Distance

The distance man of the hour is Harvard’s Maksim Korolev. This is his senior year and it appears that everything is finally falling into place for him.  He’s reset two conference records this indoor season — the 3,000m standard is now 7:51.52 and the 5,000m mark stands at 13:42.56. Both of these times have also placed Korolev [...]


iHeps14 — Women’s Verticals

iHeps14 — Women's Verticals

The top 10 in the high jump going into this weekend all have season’s bests within two inches of one another. This will make the event a bit unpredictable this year. Kaitlin Whitehorn of Dartmouth has the highest personal best of all of the contenders, as she cleared 5-10 1/2 to win the 2013 Heps title [...]