Blue Devils Head to Winston-Salem for JDL Camel City Invitational

Blue Devils Head to Winston-Salem for JDL Camel City Invitational

DURHAM – Duke track and field makes the trip back to Winston-Salem where the squad will compete at the JDL Camel City Invite slated for Feb. 3-4 at the JDL Fast Track.

  • The Duke women moved up to No. 17 in the USTFCCCA rankings and boast the No. 2 pentathlon unit along with the No. 4 800m squad in the #EventSquad rankings.
  • Friday’s slate features the women’s high jump (1 p.m.), men’s pole vault (1 p.m.), men’s high jump (5 p.m.) and women’s pole vault (5 p.m.) in the field events. On the track, the Blue Devils will compete in the 60m hurdles with the prelims set for 2 p.m. (women’s) and 2:15 p.m. (men’s), respectively.
  • Duke gets going Saturday morning at 11:40 a.m., with the men’s 3,000m to be followed by the women’s 3,000m race at 12:45 p.m. The Blue Devils wrap up competition in the women’s elite mile slated for 3:08 p.m.
  • The full list of Duke entries can be found here, while live results will be provided by AthleticLive here.


  • Duke track and field saw another program record fall this weekend as the Blue Devils’ women’s distance medley relay (DMR) delivered a standout performance en route to notching a first-place finish and unseating the 10-year-old school record.
  • The Blue Devils tallied seven additional top-five program marks and won six other events over the course of the weekend as well.
  • The women’s DMR team of Dalia Frias, Megan McGinnis, Lauren Tolbert and Amina Maatoug produced the stoutest performance of the afternoon as the quartet established Duke’s eighth new program record this season.
  • Behind a time of 10:56.68, the second-fastest in the NCAA, the group ran its way to a first-place finish while unseating the previous-best mark set in 2013 (11:01.50) by nearly six seconds.
  • Chyler Turner tied the program’s third-fastest 60m hurdle time as she clocked 8.34 seconds in the semifinal to punch her ticket to the next round. In the final, she ran her way to a first-place finish via a time of 8.36 seconds.
  • Maatoug turned in another stellar performance while competing in the 800m for the first time this season. The sophomore positioned herself at the front of the pack…

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