UTEP track team rookie Rookie Ruth Jerubet and senior Shakeem Smith (Shakeem Smith) at the “Kamen Rider Open” held at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas Won the 1,500 and 400m obstacle gold medals respectively.
Jerubet scored 4:36.59 minutes in his first 1,500m college race, and Smith crossed the finish line 50.48 in the 400m hurdles.
On Wednesday, three miners won silver medals. Titus Cheruiyot (Titus Cheruiyot) participated in his first 3000-meter college hurdles, and won the second place with 9:40.67 minutes. Chevannie Hanson set a career-high 46.51 seconds at the 400 meters, while Carolyne Chepkosgei scored 2:10.16 minutes at the 800 meters.
Karol Koncos ranked third with a record of 61.56 m (202-0) this season. Maribel Caicedo set the best record of the season with a time of 13.57 seconds in the 100m hurdles bronze medal race. Kenneth Talavera participated in the first 800m race of his career and ranked third with a time of 1:51.89. Ned Azemia ranked third with 52.05 in the 400m column. Maxwell Kipkosgei (Maxwell Kipkosgei) 3:59.04 time for the rookie to win the bronze medal of 1,500m.
Sah-Jay Stevens set a career high of 15.87m (52-0.75) in shot put, and on Friday afternoon, Aleks Hristov played in ice hockey. Set a career high of 55.40.
The men’s 4x100m relay team composed of Smith, Jevaughn Powell, Sean Bailey and Dennis Johnson timed 40.45 seconds, ranking second in the US conference.
UTEP will participate in several games from April 15th to 17th. The miners will travel to Azusa, California to participate in the Bryan Clay Invitational hosted by Azusa Pacific, and to San Antonio for the Roadrunner Invitational hosted by UTSA.