Ryan Crouser, OR, launched a monster 77-02.75 on his 5th throw to crush his own National record, set at 75-03.50 during his 2nd throw. Andrew Irwin, Mount Ida AR, won the pole vault with a T-US#4 All-Time performance. The clearance was a stunning PR and US#1 mark of 17-04.50. (Photo by H. Michael Roberts)
There may never have been a bigger day in Simplot history, but Colorado has seen bigger days at Simplot.
The 33rd annual Simplot Games in Pocatello, ID, are set to begin on Thursday.
Shelby Ashe broke her own record in the weight throw & Brad Nye won the guys' version. Qualification in the1600M saw Brad Nye & Alice Keller head the action, while Dylan Morin & Kelse Braithwaite led the way in the longer event.
Saturday is the big day of Simplot and several Colorado athletes remain alive for Saturday's finals.
Kelse Braithwaite led all qulifiers in the girls' 3200M
Dallin qualified for the 1600 M final
Hannah placed 2nd in the 800M qualifier on Friday at Simplot.
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