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Don't miss a minute of the action from one of the fastest track meets in Florida this season.
Check out nine U.S. #1 races from this past weekend.
Tyrese Cooper made history -- again -- by going a wind legal 20.55 seconds on Saturday at the Bob Hayes Invitational in Jacksonville, setting a sophomore class national record
Cedric Gillette was on-site at the Bob Hayes Invitational and captured north of 1,500 photos of the day's event including this candid of a Miami Northwestern athlete.
The runners at the Bob Hayes Invitational were so fast you could see the blur. Caleb Wilson was on-site and captured all the action from both the track and the field.
Symone Mason, Twanisha Terry, and Katia Seymour provided the fireworks at the Bob Hayes Invitational producing two of the fastest 100 and 200m races in state history.
Tyrese Cooper made even more history when he broke the Bob Hayes meet record of 20.63 set in 2014 by UGA standout Kendal Williams. His time of 20.55 is a wind legal PR for "Smoke" and a new sophomore class national record as well beating that of newly turned Adidas professional Noah Lyles who clocked a time of 20.71 back in 2014.
Our virtual meets give us an inside look at the athletes and teams with the best chances of winning this year's Bob Hayes Invitational.
We look at the 50 best girls performances all-time in every event.
In his first Bob Hayes Invitational ever, then freshman Tyrese Cooper broke the meet record of 46.61 set by Olympic gold medalist Arman Hall in 2011. Cooper conquered the Raines High School oval one tenth faster than Hall did in 46.51. Take a look at the 50 best performances in EVERY event in the meet's long and storied history.
When the Bob Hayes Invitational kicks off this weekend one of the top stars in the field events will be Raines senior Nazah Reddick. Reddick, will be competing her fourth and final time at the meet and brings the best mark of all 2A in the long jump and second best in the high jump. We caught up with the 2016 New Balance Nationals emerging elite high jump champion about her 2017 season, what she loves about the Bob Hayes, and more.