Check out the heat sheets for the most anticipated meet of the year here the 2016 Florida Relays.
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Auburndale speedster and defending Florida Relays 100m champion Chauncy Smart will dedicate this weekend's races to a fallen friend.
From South Florida and the Dade County Youth Fair to Gainesville the site of the Florida Relays, our team captured all the race videos. We picked our favorites from week seven and included links to all the photo and video coverage from both meets. It's not Fourth of July, but these videos have plenty of fireworks and will keep you oohing and aahing!
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The action just keeps getting better and better at The Florida Relays. Check out day two's recap here.
Check out day one's recap from the 2016 Pepsi Relays here.
The high school portion of the 2016 Florida Relays kicks off Thursday night with the 1,600m run (non invitational), 800m run, and 3,200m run and the boy's races are solid fields. Not many out-of-state contenders, but plenty of in-staters that could take down some state leading times. Ricky Quintana previews all the action.
Possibly wind-aided, but it's still a clear current US#1, as well as PA#2 all-time!
Find out where you rank with the wind legal athletes under 11.00!
Distance action kicks off the Florida Relays on Thursday night with the girls invitational 1,600m run being held on Friday. There are solid fields throughout and the big question is will the athletes entered run all said events which span ~ 5 hours on day one.Ricky Quintana previews the girls distance events.
Remember when Andres Arroyo ran 1:47.79 in 2013? At the time that mark put him #1 in the country not just among high schoolers but among any American so far at the time. It was also seventh best in the world and #4 on the all-time high school list. We take a look at the top 50 times/marks in every event in Florida Relays history.
It's not all about the relays at the Florida Relays. Check out the girls individual event preview here.
High school state champion, SEC collegiate champion, and now former Colonial star and Florida Gator junior Andres Arroyo can cross off Olympic qualifier. After running 1:45.78 for 800m at the Florida Relays, Arroyo will represent his native Puerto Rico at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Chauncy Smart was sixth in the 100m dash at the 2015 Florida Relays and is seen here congratulating Charlotte's Devin Quinn on his victory. Smart has the fastest time in Florida and will have a target on his back in the sprints. With the
Golden Gate senior and University of Miami signee Darlene Charles leads the field in both the girls long and triple jump. Charles leaped 19'5.75" and 40'0 to sweep both events at the 2015 Florida Relays. We look at the top girls returners in all of the individual events headed into the 2016 edition of the Florida Relays.
St. Thomas Aquinas set Florida Relays meet records in both the 4x200m relay and 4x400m relay in 2014. Will the Raiders records of (1:33.40) and (3:40.10) be broken at the 2016 Florida Relays? Which other times/marks have the chance to go down? We look at the top 50 ALL-TIME in EVERY event.
After blazing a trail to the 100-meter dash championship at Saturday's Bob Jenkins Coaches Classic at Dutch Fork High School, West Ashley senior Darrell Singleton had his next hundred on his mind.
Watch this race and all the races from the 2016 Florida Relays here!
Every heat of every single race from the 2016 Florida Relays ready for you to watch! Don't miss a minute of the action from the weekend's largest meet!
Ben Ennis is on-site as part of our 2016 Florida Relays coverage team and captured over FOUR THOUSAND photos from day one with tons more coming throughout the weekend. Make sure you also watch EVERY SINGLE race video from this weekend plus live results, live updates, and recaps of everything Florida Relays.
Watch Auburndale junior Chauncy Smart clock a US#1 all-conditions time of 10.30 (2.8m/s) to win the 2016 Florida Relays 100m dash. Check out his race and EVERY SINGLE race video from the weekend as well as our complete coverage of the meet!
PA don't play. Watch Cheltenham junior Chanel Brissett shatter the Florida Relays record of 13.72 set in 2004 by Shanita Moss with a blazing US#1 time of 13.19!
Check out over 2,000 photos from day two of the 2016 Florida Relays by Ben Ennis including this one of the Miami Northwestern girls 4x200m relay team.
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