Relay Clocks Academy's Second-Fastest Time

    Jake Spuller
    Jake Spuller

    March 30, 2013

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    AUSTIN, Texas - The 4x200-meter relay team clocked the second-fastest time in Academy history (1:25.58) during the only event of the day for the Air Force track and field team at the 86th annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays.

    The quartet of senior Uzor Udensi, classmate Anthony Delgado, sophomore Jake Spuller and junior Josh Nielsen closed out the team's competition at Mike A. Myers Stadium with a combined time of 1:25.58 in the 4x200-meter relay.

    The quartet takes over the second spot on the program's all-time standings for the non-traditional 4x200-meter relay. Udensi, Delgado, Spuller and Nielsen are the first group of Falcons to impact the list since 2000, while becoming just the second to better the 1:26 mark.

    The Falcons return to the Academy next weekend (April 4-6) for the second-annual Air Force Relays. The three-day meet begins with the Combined Events Meet on Thursday and Friday, before the full squad takes to the Outdoor Track and Field Complex on Saturday.

     

     

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