Posts Tagged ‘Erison Hurtault’

It’s Istanbul, not Constantinople.

It's Istanbul, not Constantinople.

This seems to be the weekend of big championships as not only NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships are scheduled, but so is the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Istanbul, Turkey.  And like NCAAs, the Ivy League will have representation.  Columbia alum Erison Hurtault will represent Dominica in […]


Ivy Wanderings 2012 Part II

Ivy Wanderings 2012 Part II

A number of professional level cross-country and track & field events have occurred over the last month.  Luckily, Anna Pierce and Morgan Uceny are able to take a quick stop with their coach Terrence Mahon to the Armory to say hi and get a quick practice in before heading overseas… Here’s a recap of those […]


Updates From Daegu

Updates From Daegu

Morgan Uceny’s next race is a run for a spot on the medal podium at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.


Taking It To The Worlds

Taking It To The Worlds

Erison Hurtault of Columbia and Morgan Uceny of Cornell have moved forward at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.


Delilah Out At Worlds

Delilah Out At Worlds

Steeplechaser Delilah DiCrescenzo — the subject of an internet awareness campaign from Puma — has been forced to pull out of the IAAF World Championships because of injury.


Grant, Hurtault Claim Bronze

Grant, Hurtault Claim Bronze

Erison Hurtault and Nicky Grant went to Puerto Rico for the Central American & Caribbean Athletic Confederation Championships and each will return with a medal.


Lessons In Marketing

Lessons In Marketing

The folks at Puma took a break from pumping up Usain Bolt to focus on how to break into the HepsTrack market. And it worked!


Diamonds are Forever

Diamonds are Forever

Morgan Uceny, Anna Pierce and Ben True — each looking at breaking through to the 2012 London Olympics — had impressive showings at this weekend’s Diamond League meet in New York.


Dannemiller Steeples Into Top Five

Dannemiller Steeples Into Top Five

Cornell’s Adrien Dannemiller posted one of the top five times in the nation in the steeplechase at the Larry Ellis Memorial Invitational in Princeton, N.J.


Running With Texas In Mind

Running With Texas In Mind

We have Ivy Leaguers running at the Armory, hoping to earn a spot at the NCAAs, which will be streamed live online. Lots of news and we have it all.


Heps Nation Comes Through!

Heps Nation Comes Through!

The Heps Nation answered Erison Hurtault’s call to help the nation he represented in the 2008 Olympics. Loads of shoes and apparel will be heading to Dominica.


Hoping For A Victory Speech

Hoping For A Victory Speech

If there was no Indoor Heps, we’d be declaring the Princeton men and the Columbia women as champions today. But come the weekend there will be no more need for speculation or geeky statistical analysis.


Calling Upon the Heps Nation

Calling Upon the Heps Nation

Back in 2008 his parents homeland — the island nation of Dominica — gave Columbia’s Erison Hurtault the opportunity to run in the Olympic Games. Now he is giving back to the country that gave him so much.


Can It Get To 100?

Can It Get To 100?

When Ned Gourdin became the first man to leap 25 feet, President Harding was in his first year in office. That mark remains the Harvard long jump record 90 years later.


Preparing for Wreck Shop

Preparing for Wreck Shop

Tonight, at the Central American & Caribbean Games in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, the favorite in the triple jump has Ivy roots. That’s because of the 13-person field, the one with the best career and season jumps is Harvard graduate Samyr Laine, who will be leaping for Haiti. Laine, who has leapt, stepped and bounded more […]