Nolan medals at World Indoor Championships
Senior All-American and Olympian Errol Nolan took his sprinting skills to Poland, where he helped the Jamaican national team earn a bronze medal in the men’s 4×400-meter relay at the 2014 International Association of Athletics Federation World Indoor Championships on Sunday.
Nolan and his teammates ran a 3:06.12 to pick up the automatic qualifying spot during preliminary heats on Saturday, the third best time of the day.
The foursome set a new Jamaican national record of 3:03.69 during the finals of the men’s 4×400-meter. This spring, Nolan will compete in his final outdoor season with the Cougars.
Former Cougar Chris Carter finished fifth in the triple jump while competing for Team USA. Carter qualified for the finals with a best mark of 16.54 meters (54’-3.25”). Carter entered the 2014 World Indoor Championships after winning the U.S. Indoor Championships in Albuquerque, N.M., with a personal best leap of 17.15 meters (56’-3.25”), the second best mark in the world.