Ryan, Swint and Cunningham Shine on Day One in every of Clemson Invite – Seminoles.com

CLEMSON, S.C. – The Florida State monitor and discipline crew kicked off their spring indoor season on the Clemson Invite on the Rock Norman Indoor Observe and Discipline Advanced on Friday.
“We had a extremely, actually good day in the present day. We didn’t have a variety of occasions in the present day, however the ones we competed in we did very well in. There’s not many occasions the place you might have two world leaders in someday,” Head Coach Bob Braman mentioned.
16 Seminoles competed in the present day, garnering three first-place finishes and quite a few private bests together with many first-time occasion opponents.
Lauren Ryan began the meet off with a first-place end within the mile. This was Ryan’s first time competing within the mile, setting a private finest time of 4:38.60. Ryan’s time ranks tenth within the prime 10 all-time for Florida State and is first within the NCAA.
Trey Cunningham was the favourite coming into in the present day’s meet to win the 60m hurdles. Cunningham took the world-lead within the preliminary heats with a time of seven.56 and proceeded to win the occasion with a time of seven.57.
Don’drea Swint and Taylor Banks went first and fourth, respectively, within the males’s 60m sprint. Swint boasted a private finest time of 6.53 which is the third-fastest time in FSU historical past and is at the moment the highest time on this planet. He was adopted carefully by Banks who clocked in at 6.67
Savyon Toombs earned fifth place within the girls’s 400m sprint with a private finest time of 55.67. This was the primary time Toombs has competed within the 400m sprint in the course of the indoor season.
The Seminoles resume competitors tomorrow at 11:00 AM EST with males’s triple soar. Working occasions will start at 1:15 with the lads’s 300m sprint.
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