Rain Doesn't Slow the Hoosiers
April 22, 2011
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana track and field had a solid second day at the Polytan Invitational, despite a four-hour lightning delay. Indiana posted five event wins on the day.
Tommy Smith won the hammer throw with a huge throw. His heave traveled 59.05m (193-9), which added more than three meters to his career best and ranks fourth in the IU all-time records.
The Hoosiers won the 4x100m relay, with Tyler Sult, Kind Butler, Chris Vaughn and Devin Pipkin finishing in 40.16 seconds. The time was more than a second-better than the other five teams, and it is ranked sixth all-time at Indiana.
Ann-Marie Clarke won the 400m hurdles, clocking a time of 1:00.29 to win by more than a seconds.
Laura Morris took fifth in the heptathlon, recording a career best score of 4,794.
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