DWU's Kamberlyn Lamer Wins National Championship

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Dakota Wesleyan University

Kamberlyn Lamer of Dakota Wesleyan won the women’s heptathlon event on Friday to achieve the top prize – a National Championship.

On Tuesday, an NAIA committee granted a DWU appeal, which allowed Lamer to compete in the National Outdoor Track and Field Championships. She was originally ineligible due to her coach failing to register her during the designated window of time.

Lamer finished her performance at the event in Gold Shores, Alabama with a total of 5,065 points. The heptathlon consists of seven track and field events.

Kamberlyn Lamer Event Results

100m Hurdles: 14.5

High Jump: 1.61m

Shot Put: 11:31m

200m Dash: 25.91

Long Jump: 5.37m

Javelin Throw: 52.57m

800m Run: 2:36.95

Earlier this season, Lamer won the NAIA Indoor pentathlon national championship. As first reported by the Mitchell Daily Republic, Lamer is the first outdoor track and field national champion in Dakota Wesleyan history.

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