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Track and Cross Country

All Smiles
Track and Cross Country

All Smiles

Senior Kieran Tuntivate is all smiles because he can run a sub-four-minute mile.

A Man For All Seasons
Track and Cross Country

A Man For All Seasons

Rugged conditions do not seem to faze Tuntivate considering he has raced with one shoe before.

Triumph
Track and Cross Country

Triumph

Junior distance runner Abbe Goldstein crosses the relay finish line with a comfortable margin, showing the speed that helped her qualify for NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.

Collecting Hardware
Track and Cross Country

Collecting Hardware

Goldstein made a couple of trips to the podium during the Ivy League Indoor Championships.

All Smiles
Track and Cross Country

No Shoe, No Problem: Kieran Tuntivate, Male Athlete of the Year

On the second day of the Valentine Invitational at nearby BU, a Harvard runner would make history. Senior cross country and track star Kieran Tuntivate broke the once unthinkable four-minute barrier in the mile, crossing the finish line in 3:57.36.

Triumph
Track and Cross Country

Setting Her Own Pace: Abbe Goldstein, Comeback of the Year

For Harvard distance runner Abbe Goldstein, the abrupt end to her junior track and field season due to COVID-19 did little to diminish the sweeping success of her 2020 campaign. Goldstein enjoyed a breakthrough performance on the track, and her work ethic, optimism, and resiliency have led to triumph off of it as well.

Record Books
Track and Cross Country

Record Books

Senior Kieran Tuntivate led the way for the Crimson, shattering Harvard records with a sub-four-minute mile, good for the fifth-best time in all of the NCAA this year.

Record Books
Track and Cross Country

Men's and Women's Track and Field Put Up Performances for the Record Books in Two Different Meets

This past weekend, Harvard Track and Field split their efforts, with part of the team competing in the Valentine Invitational at nearby Boston University and part of the team competing at the Tiger Paw Invitational in Clemson, South Carolina. Crimson records were tested and broken on the long weekend, as a pair of Havard runners from both the men’s and women’s sides had incredible performances in the mile.

Weathering the Storm
Track and Cross Country

Weathering the Storm

The abysmal conditions in Terre Haute, Indiana, did not stop the Crimson runners from competing in the NCAA National Championships.

Weathering the Storm
Track and Cross Country

Cross Country Caps Season at NCAA National Championships

Down in a cold and rainy Terre Haute, Indiana, the Harvard Men’s No. 23 Women’s No. 25 Cross Country teams wrapped up their outstanding seasons in the NCAA nationals race. The men’s team pulled out their best performance since 1968 finishing in 15th place while the women’s team finished in 31st concluding a historic year for the cross country program as a whole.

Juul
Track and Cross Country

Juul

Anna Juul led the pack for the Crimson at Regionals.

Ferocity
Track and Cross Country

Ferocity

The Crimson men also finished the highest among Ivy League competitors.

Juul
Track and Cross Country

Cross Country Places First in Regionals, Advancing to NCAAs

The now No. 23 Harvard men’s team and No. 25 Harvard women’s team will have the chance to compete in the nationals meet of 31 schools in Terre Haute, Indiana next Saturday, Nov. 23.

Track and Cross Country

Cross Country Puts on Strong Performances at Ivy League Championships

The tightly-contested Ivy League Championships ended with both the men and women putting on impressive performances ahead of NCAA Regionals

Track and Cross Country

Cross Country Races Nation’s Best at Nuttycombe Invitational

Harvard men’s and women’s cross country posted mixed results on Friday in the prestigious Nuttycombe Invitational, a race considered by many to be the most competitive regular season meet in the nation.

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