Posts Tagged ‘Peter Callahan’

Another Sub-4!

Another Sub-4!

Princeton’s Peter Callahan broke the 4 minute mile barrier yesterday at Penn State’s Syke and Sabock Challenge Cup, winning the mile in meet record time of 3:58.86.  The time is the 3rd fastest in Heps history, behind Columbia’s Kyle Merber (3:58.52) and Princeton’s Bill Burke (3:58.70).  It is also just under a second away from […]


Indoor Weekend Recap #2

Indoor Weekend Recap #2

    Every team except for Harvard competed this past weekend across the Northeast region.  Team summaries are listed on the other side of the cut.


Making Friends of Rivals

Making Friends of Rivals

Yalie James Shirvell had a rookie track and field campaign to remember as he begins an internship studying malaria.


Last Chance Record

Last Chance Record

Last Chance weekend started with a bang tonight as the Princeton Tigers ran the fastest distance medley relay in Ivy League history.


Men’s Catchup

Oh my things have heated up since I had a little computer glitch. Princeton sophomore Peter Callahan has broken the meet record in the 1,000-meter run, finishing in 2:22.94. The old mark was 2:23.06 set by Yale’s Patrick Swift back in 1987. Yale freshman James Shirvell was second to Callahan in 2:23.85, which is now […]


Indoor Preview, 2011 — Princeton men

Indoor Preview, 2011 — Princeton men

He’s brash, he’s tall, he’s a bit of a showman. And HepsTrack.com predicts that Austin Hollimon will lead the Tigers to their second straight Indoor Heps crown.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 9

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 9

Cornell sprinter Dan Hagberg ran the fastest 60-meter hurdle time of the Heps’ season over the weekend at the Marc Deneault Invitational in Ithaca’s Barton Hall. That performance was strong enough to share the HepsTrack Athlete of the Week award.


Going After Sub-4

Going After Sub-4

Peter Callahan, Mark Amirault and Donn Cabral took aim at the four-minute mile tonight at the NYU Team Challenge. And it nearly paid off.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 8

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 8

Yale’s Kate Grace ran the fastest Ivy League time in the indoor mile in 20 years at Saturday’s HYP, but did not earn the weekly award. That’s how good Heps is this year!


A Day of Grace

A Day of Grace

Kate Grace ran the League’s fastest indoor mile in 20 years today at the HYP meet in New Haven, Conn. And that was not the end of her day!


From Around The Nation

From Around The Nation

It is very early in the indoor season, maybe too early to take much from this, but nine of the 12 Heps individuals and relays that are ranked among the nation’s top 10 so far come from Princeton University. Here is a rundown across Heps. Cornell junior Nick Huber has the best heptathlon score (5,370) […]


No. 7 — Land of Lincoln

No. 7 — Land of Lincoln

No. 8 | No. 9 | No. 10 | Nos. 11-51 The winner of the first NCAA 880-yard run championship — Earl Eby — was an Ivy Leaguer out of Chicago’s Calumet High. But by the time Eby won that 1921 title, he had already served in World War I and won a silver medal […]


Callahan's PR Not Quite Enough

Oh boy. Let’s hope the IAAF can get its act together in Moncton, because getting results from the World Junior Championships were impossible. As of yet, several hours after the race ended, we have not seen official results for the 1,500-meter qualifying heats, but the folks at USA Track & Field have a fine summary […]


Taking The Fifth

Taking The Fifth

The IAAF Junior World Championships begin Monday and we have a fifth Ivy Leaguer that will be in competition in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Incoming Penn freshman Maalik Reynolds, who will play basketball and compete on the track team for the Quakers, will represent the United States in the high jump after clearing 7-2 1/2 […]


Another Junior At Worlds

Another Junior At Worlds

When the IAAF Junior World Championships open up in Moncton, N.B., Canada, later this month, there will be at least three Ivy Leaguers competing. That includes both runners in the above photo taken by Dan Grossman at 2010 Outdoor Heps at Princeton. Remarkably, neither athlete — Princeton’s Peter Callahan nor Dartmouth’s Anthony Romaniw — advanced […]