Tagged: steeple

Kipp Closes Out Season at Moscow World Championships 0

Kipp Closes Out Season at Moscow World Championships

Moscow – University of Colorado senior Shalaya Kipp recorded a ninth-place finish in her heat of the 3,000-meter steeplechase during the preliminary rounds of the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Athletics. Kipp finished in 9:45.97,...

Coburn Advances To NCAA Steeplechase Finals 0

Coburn Advances To NCAA Steeplechase Finals

Emma Coburn will have a chance to win one last NCAA 3,000-meter steeplechase title for the University of Colorado after cruising to an easy win in the semifinals on Thursday night at the NCAA...

Coburn Advances To Olympic Steeplechase Finals 0

Coburn Advances To Olympic Steeplechase Finals

LONDON— For the second consecutive Olympic Games, there will be a University of Colorado student-athlete in the finals of the 3,000-meter steeplechase as senior Emma Coburn easily advanced on Saturday morning. She follows in...

CU’s Coburn Wins USA Steeplechase Crown 0

CU’s Coburn Wins USA Steeplechase Crown

The University of Colorado is making its mark on the 3,000-meter steeplechase as senior-to-be Emma Coburn won the women’s USA title on Sunday afternoon, just one day after assistant coach Billy Nelson won the men’s title at the 2011 USATF Outdoor Championships at Hayward Field.

CU’s Coburn Wins NCAA Steeplechase Crown 0

CU’s Coburn Wins NCAA Steeplechase Crown

The third time is a charm, or at least that is the case for University of Colorado junior Emma Coburn who won her first NCAA 3,000-meter steeplechase title on Saturday afternoon at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

USATF Honors CU’s Coburn 0

USATF Honors CU’s Coburn

Colorado’s Emma Coburn has been named USA Track & Field’s Athlete of the Week after she set the world lead in the 3,000m steeplechase at Payton Jordan Invitational at Stanford University on Sunday. The...

Nelson Returns to CO to Recruit at C.U.; Wants Sub-8:15 in 2011 0

Nelson Returns to CO to Recruit at C.U.; Wants Sub-8:15 in 2011

If Nelson, 26, looks comfortable in the fieldhouse, it is likely because he spent five years as an undergraduate at CU. Then, after making the 2008 Olympic team a month after his senior year, he signed a professional contract and moved to Eugene, Ore., in the fall of 2008 to compete for the Oregon Track Club. Now, Nelson has returned home, to raise his family in Longmont; help CU get the best prep runners here as the track team’s recruiting coordinator; and to see how much faster he can run in the 3,000 meter steeplechase.