LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas pole vaulters Hussain Al Hizam and Zach Bradford highlighted the Kansas track & field action on Saturday at the Jayhawk Classic, as the pair broke the Anschutz Sports Pavilion facility record on their way to finishing first and second, respectively, in the event.
 
Bradford, a freshman from Bloomington, Illinois, came into Saturday’s event with a personal record of 5.50 meters (18-0.5 ft.), which was set last weekend at the National Pole Vault Summit in Reno, Nevada. The rookie bettered that mark on Saturday by clearing 5.58 meters (18-3.75 ft.), breaking the Anschutz facility record which was set last year by Jayhawk alum Jake Albright (5.57m/18-3.25 ft.).

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