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Several Gator Track Stars Qualify for World Championship

During their times at the University of Florida, Grant Holloway and Will Claye showed the country how talented they are. Now, they are about to show the world. At the USA Championships, Holloway and Claye were just two of the 10 former Gator track and field stars who qualified for …

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Gator track team well represented at USATF Outdoor Championships

There will be a strong showing of Florida Gator track and field athletes this year at the 2019 Toyota USATF Outdoor Championships as 17 athletes represent the University of Florida in Des Moines, Iowa. The Headliners Headlining the stacked roster of Gators at the meet is two-time Olympic gold medalist …

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Gators Athletics Finishes No. 3 in the Learfield IMG College Directors Cup

All University of Florida sports lay dormant for these scorching summer months, but the Gators are still making waves in the sports world. Florida Gator athletics finished third in the Learfield IMG College Director’s Cup. Florida has placed in the top-5 in these rankings each of the last 11 years. …

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Gators at the Outdoor Track and Field Championships

The NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships begin today. Florida is heading into competition with a No.2 ranked men’s team, who have 16 entries. The No. 10 ranked Women’s team brings in nine entries. Together Florida has 25 combined entries which are tied for third most. The Florida Track and …

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Florida Gators Athletics Round-Up

Softball Over the weekend, the Gator (44-15) Softball team won the 2019 SEC Tournament. This helped them earn the No. 5 national seed for the NCAA Tournament. The Gators were able to rally past Alabama to take the crown in College Station. The Gators were led by seniors Kelly Barnhill …

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FEATURE: Kristina Moore Overcoming Obstacles

For many freshmen, being on their own in a large, unfamiliar setting at college can be intimidating. Starting the college experience was just a small speedbump for Kristina Moore. The Australian freshman had to deal with moving thousands of miles away from home to a new country, balance commitments to …

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