Adam in First After Day One of the Decathlon

Philip Adam

May 12, 2011

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Rice's Philip Adam leads the decathlon after the first day of action at the 2011 Conference USA Outdoor Track and Field Championship, hosted by Rice and held at Holloway Field and Ley Track.

After the conclusion of the first five events, Adam has scored a total of 3,915 points. The Santa Maria, Calif., senior was first in the 100m (11.05; 850 points), second in the long jump (6.97m/22-10.5; 807 pts.), first in the shot put (14.07m/46-2; 733 pts.), tied for first in the high jump with teammate Clayton Chaney (1.93m/6-4; 740 pts.), and second in the 400m (50.65; 785 pts.). He is the two-time defending decathlon champion.

Chaney is second in the competition with 3,671 points, while freshman Ben Pressley is fifth with 3,463 points and Pete Navarra is seventh (3,131 points).

The decathlon concludes on Friday with the 110m hurdles, discus, pole vault, javelin and 1500m run. The decathlon and heptathlon start at 5 p.m. The women's hammer throw starts at noon on Friday and will be followed by the men's hammer at 2:30 p.m.

Tickets
An all-sessions ticket is available for $25.00 for adult and $15.00 for youth (17 and under) that is good for all four days of the championship. Single day tickets are $12.00 for adult and $7.00 for youth. All persons age three and over must have a ticket for admission. Also, current students from each of the 12 schools in Conference USA will be admitted for free with valid school identification.

2011 C-USA OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, MAY 13
12:00 pm // Hammer-Women (Final)
2:30 pm // Hammer-Men (Final)
5:00 pm // Decathlon-Day 2
5:00 pm // Heptathlon-Day 2
(7:30 pm) // (800-Heptathlon)
8:00 pm // 10,000- Women (Final)
8:45 pm // 10,000- Men (Final)
(9:30 pm) // (1500-Decathlon)

SATURDAY, MAY 14
Running Events (all prelims except the 3000m steeplechase)
6:00 pm // 1500-Women
6:15 pm // 1500-Men
6:30 pm // 100 Hurdles-Women
6:45 pm // 110 Hurdles- Men
6:55 pm // 400-Women
7:05 pm // 400-Men
7:15 pm // 100-Women
7:25 pm // 100-Men
7:35 pm // 800-Women
7:45 pm // 800-Men
8:00 pm // 400 Hurdles-Women
8:15 pm // 400 Hurdles-Men
8:30 pm // 200-Women
8:40 pm // 200-Men
8:55 pm // 3000 Steeple-Women (Final)
9:15 pm // 3000 Steeple- Men (Final)

Field Events(all finals)
5:00 pm // Long Jump-Women
6:00 pm // Pole Vault-Men
6:00 pm // Discus-Men
6:00 pm // Shot Put-Women
7:30 pm // High Jump-Women
7:30 pm // Long Jump-Men
8:00 pm // Javelin-Women

SUNDAY, MAY 15
Running Events (all finals)
6:00 pm // 4 x 100 Relay-Women
6:05 pm // 4 x 100-Men
6:15 pm // 1500- Women
6:25 pm // 1500- Men
6:35 pm // 110 Hurdles-Women
6:45 pm // 100 Hurdles Men
6:55 pm // 400-Women
7:00 pm // 400-Men
7:10 pm // 100-Women
7:15 pm // 100-Men
7:25 pm // 800-Women
7:30 pm // 800-Men
7:40 pm // 400 Hurdles-Women
7:50 pm // 400 Hurdles-Men
8:00 pm // 200-Women
8:05 pm // 200-Men
8:10 pm // 5,000-Women
8:35 pm // 5,000-Men
9:00 pm // 4 x 400-Women
9:10 pm // 4 x 400-Men
9:15 pm // Awards Ceremony

Field Events (all finals)
4:00 pm // Triple Jump-Men
5:00 pm // Discus-Women
5:30 pm // Shot Put-Men
6:00 pm // Pole Vault-Women
6:30 pm // Triple Jump-Women
6:30 pm // High Jump-Men
7:30 pm // Javelin-Men

 

 

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