Heptathletes and throwers lead Rainbow Wahine on day two of the Bryan Clay Invitational, with notable performances in the discus and heptathlon events.

By the Numbers
  • Sammie Gordon moves up to second all-time in school history in the heptathlon with 5,295 points.
  • Hallee Mohr secures a personal best and a win for the team with a 55.53m throw in the discus.
  • Anna Marx achieves two personal records in the long jump (5.45m) and 800m (2:23.68) events.
  • Catherine Touchette sets a new heptathlon 800m school record with a time of 2:13.42.
  • Tania Tan enters the program top 10 in the 10000m with a time of 36:48.49.
Yes, But

No significant counterarguments or complexities were reported.

State of Play
  • Rainbow Wahine athletes excelled in multiple events, showcasing the team's strength and diversity in skills.
  • The team's performance at the Bryan Clay Invitational signifies a competitive edge and potential for further success in the season.
What's Next

The Rainbow Wahine will conclude their participation at the Bryan Clay Invitational with distance events and the final stages of the heptathlon.

Bottom Line

Heptathletes and throwers leading the Rainbow Wahine demonstrate exceptional talent and determination, positioning the team for continued success in upcoming competitions.