Huntsman World Senior Games track meet starts (and an apology)

That’s not egg on my face. It’s a ham and cheese omelet. A week ago, I posted a rant about results not being posted for the Huntsman World Senior Games. Of course, a good reason existed: The track meet had yet to start. (It officially opened Monday, Oct. 16, at Dixie High School.) I apologize to meet directors Angie Poulton and Don DeNoon. (But please expedite results.) The really good news is that Rob Jerome is expediting his photos from St. George, Utah. Check out these early efforts.

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October 17, 2017

12 Responses

  1. Michael D Walker - October 17, 2017

    Neringa lives in Memphis and I believe held the Lithuanian record in the 100 hurdles. She is a tremendous athlete and won several events at the National Senior Games last summer and would be a great subject for an interview.

  2. Alan Kolling - October 17, 2017

    Apology accepted, from St George Utah.

  3. Steve Wennerstrom - October 17, 2017

    Ken, I realize you’re not a big fan of racewalking, but there will also be results for the 1500m, 3000m and 5000m racewalk events.

  4. Jeff Davison - October 18, 2017

    Side Note for Racewalker …

    Ohio Racewalker newsletters 1965 until (2014 ?) can be found at

    It includes open and master’s racewalk info.

  5. Steve Morris - October 18, 2017

    You cannot call yourself a “World Senior Track and Field championship” without the pole vault. Why no more pole vault?

  6. Tim Edwards - October 19, 2017

    Why no hammer? and here it is Thursday and still no results

  7. Curt morgan - October 19, 2017

    Writing your readers from St George. Huntsman track and field has just wrapped up here in the glorious fall weather, clear Wester air, and scenic mountains of southern Utah (said fervently as only an East Coast Yankee can say them).

    From my perch here, the number one story was All-World Roger Vergin, just recently a M80, held (if only briefly) BOTH M75 AND M80 USA number one marks in BOTH the LJ and TJ. To repeat, that’s four USA leading marks in two events in two age categories. I ask you, has such ever been done before???

  8. Randy Harris - October 19, 2017

    Well Ken, you can go back on your rant. It is now Thursday, and still no results. It used to be that the results came out the same night that the event took place. I wonder what the holdup is?

  9. Michael Jaqua - October 19, 2017

    I agree with Steve Morris. As a pole vaulter, I am biased, but I ask, would a 1500 meter runner feel any different if a “World Track and Field Championship” did not include the 1500 meter run? I think not.

  10. Michael D Walker - October 20, 2017

    The results for the sprints have been posted as of 4:30 CST.

  11. Ken Ogden - October 21, 2017

    The results from the Huntsman Meet are now posted
    on their website.

  12. Jerry Bookin-Weiner - October 21, 2017

    As of 10:30 EDT on Saturday, still no field event results.

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