Spartans compete at frozen Sioux City Relays
SIOUX CITY — The Southwestern track and field team traveled here for the Sioux City Relays on Friday and Saturday, competing in tough conditions.
Head coach Bill Huntington said you could see where meet workers had scraped the ice out of the steeplechase pit and placed it on the side of the track.
“It was, I think 30 degrees. With the wind chill, I don’t even know what it was,” he said. “It was crazy cold. It was unbelievable, awful cold. It was probably about 20 miles per hour winds coming right into your face as you finished. It might have been as cold of a track meet as I’ve ever been to.”
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