The top runners in the state of Florida will be in Tallahassee this weekend for the 2016 FSU Relays. The two-day event will feature both high school and college competition. Distance runners love this meet and will highlight the action Friday night in the invitational 3,200m and Saturday night in the invitational 1,600m. Flrunners.com will be on-site with tons of photos, archived race videos and recaps of each day. Watch LIVE on Flotrack and in the meantime check out the virtual meets, meet/venue records that could possible go down, and our meet preview!
Day 2 coverage
It's March Madness on the track in the state of Florida as we are a month and a half away from the FHSAA state championships in Bradenton. Week six saw the state leaderboard shake up, long standing meet records fall, and thrilling finishes. Check out our sweet 16, the top 16 race videos you don't want to miss!
The 2016 FSU Relays are slated for this weekend at Mike Long Track in Tallahassee and will once again feature the top talent from Florida and surrounding states. We will have all the action LIVE on Flotrack so you don't want to miss a minute. Take a look at the accepted entries (performance list) as of 3/24/2016.
The girls distance runners of the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Fla. workout in preparation for the 2016 FSU Relays.
The highlight of the FSU Relays always seems to be the distance events. 2016 will be no exception with a star studded field in both the 1,600 and 3,200m led by Merritt Island senior and FSU signee Steven Cross who is making his first appearance at this meet. Check out our boys virtual meet preview for every event and the team scores as well and don't forget to WATCH LIVE on Flotrack this weekend.
Much like the boys, the girls distance events will definitely be a focal point of the FSU Relays. The girls 1,600m run will feature four girls under 5:00 lead by Calvary Christian's Hannah Brookover and FOURTEEN girls who have run under 5:05. Check out our girls virtual meet preview for every event and the team scores as well and don't forget to WATCH LIVE on Flotrack this weekend.
Can't cheat the grind! The what? The grind, you can't cheat it! That's how the Bolles distance girls conclude their practices. It's a program that is loaded with talent which is evident in the Bulldogs' string of cross country titles and success on the track. We caught up with them before the FSU Relays as they focused on their core training in this edition of Workout Wednesday.
You can catch all the action live from Tallahassee.
The Bolles School boys distance runners get ready for the 2016 FSU Relays.
The Bolles School girls distance runners share their thoughts going into the 2016 FSU Relays.
Rafaella Gibbons of Winter Park led the FSU Relays girls 3200 wire to wire in a US #6 time of 10:35. Watch her win as well as the rest of the girls that joined her under 11 in a deep field.
Watch Seffner Christian Academy senior Noah Perkins run a phenomenal final 800 meters to win the 3,200m at FSU Relays in a 15 second PR, state leader, and US#10 time of 9:08.54.
Jeremy Danzie was on-site and captured over 750 photos of the day one action from the 2016 FSU Relays including this one of the Lincoln girls relay team!
Watch EVERY race video from the 2016 FSU Relays including Paxon's Braxton Canady in the 110m hurdles where he clocked a FL#2 14.17s.
Chris Tucker was on-site at the 2016 FSU Relays and captured over 500 photos from day two including this one of the girls 300m hurdles.
Watch the invitational girls 1600 from the 2016 FSU Relays, which combined into one heat for a loaded and fast race from the gun to see several girls dip under the 5 minute barrier.
Watch Chauncy Smart of Auburndale win the FSU Relays boys 100 in a wind legal 10.55 to earn a US #5 ranking plus the rest of the high school race videos from the meet!
Watch EVERY race video & browse over 2,000 photos!
Everyone loves photos and we have a photopalooza from the 2016 FSU Relays. Jeremy Danzie was on-site both days and captured all of the action including this of the Fort Walton Beach Vikings in all their relay glory!