The US indoor college athletics season is over, and the 2023 outdoor season will start this weekend, with athletes from San Luis Potosi, Lorena Rangel and Montserrat Rodriguez participating.
As for Lorena Etzel, a sophomore at Louisiana State University (LSU) and the Tigers track and field team, she finished the indoor season with decent earnings.
She not only had the opportunity to improve personal times in the mile, specifically in competition in Boston, but also to make herself known as a good finisher in the 400m, by setting a new world record with her teammates at an event in Notre Dame, Indiana.
The best thing about Rangel Batres is that he gets the chance to run in the 800m and test himself in the 1600m, the first being the test and the second he swallows in it.
“Ready for a great outdoor season,” the athlete from Potosi, who will compete in the Hurricane Invitational based at the University of Miami, Cobb Stadium, in Coral Gables, Florida, wrote on her social networks.
For her part, Montserrat Rodriguez-Ejarque, a freshman and member of the University of South Georgia Eagles track team, is back on the slopes this weekend to open the outdoor season with the UCF Black and Gold Invite event in Orlando. , fl.
It seems that the sprinter has left behind her injury, as she registered for four tests, the 100 and 200 meter flat, as well as the 4100 and 4×400 relay.
Having had a passable indoor season, in which she was unable to participate fully, Monts is looking forward to regaining her best form and rhythm at the start of outdoor events.
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