EUGENE, Ore. (Sporting Alert) — The opening day of the 2013 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship gets underway on Wednesday with a host of events, starting with the men’s Decathlon event in Eugene, Ore. at Hayward Field.

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The championship begins at 12:00 PM with the men’s combine event, with field events opening with the Women Hammer Throw at 1:30.

Action on the track starts with the exciting Semi-final rounds of the men’s and women’s 4×100 relays, while LSU and Jamaica’s star half-miler Natoya Goule go in the women’s 800m semis.

There will be six finals on day 1, five of which come from the field events, including the Women Long Jump and Men Shot Put, while the one final on the track will be the Women 10000 metres run.

Kansas, Texas A&M, Florida, LSU and Oregon are all amongst the top team looking to land the women’s overall title, while Texas A&M, Arkansas, Oregon, Florida and Florida State are the main teams at the moment favored to win the men’s team title.

Day Start Time Event Name Rnd Result
Men’s Decathlon

Wed 12:00 PM
Dec 100 M
Dec Long Jump
Dec Shot Put
Dec High Jump
Dec 400 M

Track Events

Day Start Time Event Name Rnd Result
Wed 4:00 PM Women 4×100 M Relay Semis
Wed 4:15 PM Men 4×100 M Relay Semis
Wed 4:30 PM Women 800 M Semis
Wed 4:45 PM Men 800 M Semis
Wed 5:00 PM Women 400 M Semis
Wed 5:15 PM Men 400 M Semis
Wed 5:30 PM Women 100 M Semis
Wed 5:45 PM Men 100 M Semis
Wed 6:00 PM Women 400 M Hurdles Semis
Wed 6:15 PM Men 400 M Hurdles Semis
Wed 6:45 PM Men 3000 M Steeplechase Semis
Wed 7:10 PM Women 10000 M Final

Wednesday Field Events
Day Start Time Event Name Rnd Result
Wed 1:30 PM Women Hammer Final
Wed 4:00 PM Men Pole Vault Final
Wed 4:15 PM Women Long Jump Final
Wed 5:15 PM Women Javelin Final
Wed 5:30 PM Men Shot Put Final

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