It’s time to hit the road. After competing at home the past two weekends, Alabama’s track teams will travel to Gainesville, Florida, this weekend for the Florida Relays. Coach Dan Waters said both the men’s and women’s teams took advantage of competing at home in the Crimson Tide Invitational.
BJunior Cameron Hudson takes a lot of pride in his car. He spends a lot of time working on it, guaranteeing that it runs efficiently, not wasting a thing. Hudson, a transfer from East Carolina, approaches track with a similar attitude.
Alongside many other Alabama sports competing in this spring’s national championships, 11 track and field athletes will represent the University this weekend at the Indoor National Championships. Nine men and two women will compete this weekend in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The moment the track and field teams have been preparing for is finally within reach, but the teams still have a lot of competition ahead. This weekend, the teams will travel to Lexington, Kentucky, to compete in the SEC Indoor Championships. Coach Dan Waters said both the men's and the women’s teams prepare all year for the championship portion of the season.
Twenty-one track and field athletes in 18 events, as well as three relay teams, are currently ranked in the conference’s top 10 this season.