The 2023 Razorback Invitational is set to start this Friday in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and is sure to be an exciting meet for track and field fans. This year’s field of athletes contains several world-class stars, including Christian Coleman, the world indoor record holder for the 60m.
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Coleman, who will be making his season debut, will run in both the men’s 60m and 200m races. Joining Coleman in the men’s sprints will be Laquan Nairn from the Bahamas, Raymond Ekevwo from Nigeria, Tinotenda Matiyenga from Zimbabwe, Peyton Johnston, Ian Braxton, Will London, and Trace Foreman, all from the United States.
Coleman will run in heat 1 of the men’s 60m open against these athletes, while heat 2 will feature Nairn, Ekevwo, Matiyenga, and Marcus McCoy from the United States. Read more: How to watch the 2023 Razorback Invitational?
The men’s 200m open will feature Grant Williams and Quivell Jordan-Bacot from the US, Jamaica’s 400m hurdler Jaheel Hyde in section 1, Ekevwo, London, and another 400m hurdler, Khallifah Rosser from the US in section 2.
In addition to Coleman, American stars Abby Steiner, Lolo Jones, Aleia Hobbs, and Taliyah Brooks will be racing at the meet.
Other top American athletes, including Tara Davis, Anna Cockrell, Dalilah Muhammad, and Shamier Little, will also be competing.
The live stream of the Razorback Invitational will be available on Friday at 6 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m. via SEC Network +, so don’t miss out on the action.