Indiana track and field closed out the Florida Relays on Saturday. After Taja Moore won the women's discus on Friday, Kyla Buckley took the Invite Shot Put title on Saturday. IU also got impressive finishes in the relays on the day. (via www.iuhoosiers.com)
Deep Run sophomore Matthew Novak (pictured by Jeff Adams) may have been the state's only high school competitor at this weekend's Florida Relays, but being the lone wolf from Virginia appeared to work with his breakthrough victory and personal best time of 4:16.06 to win the invitational 1600 meter run on Friday in Gainesville.
Our coverage team of Jason Byrne, Todd Grasley, Jeff Adams and Joe Mizereck will bring you coverage all weekend.
Christ Church junior James Quattlebaum second in Florida Relays 3200 in close race. Photo by Jeff Adams for flrunners/milesplit
Reese Hoffa is crowd favorite and wins.
Arcadia and FL Relays produced some fast times, Hurdles and Vault were impressive in Mobile. (Photo by Image of Sport)
The much anticipated University of Florida Relays will take place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Thursday night's forecast looks a little sketchy. So what's the latest? We've got you covered!
The Florida track and field teams take to their home track this weekend to host the 69th Annual Pepsi Florida Relays, at the Percy Beard Track at James G. Pressly Stadium. The event takes place Thursday-Saturday, April 4-6. Events begin at 5 p.m. ET Thursday as only high school athletes will compete. Action begins Friday and Saturday at 10 a.m. ET. (via www.gatorzone.com)
We are just three days away from the Florida Relays! Here are this year's accepted entries.
The University of Florida has just announced that they will extend the storied Florida Relays track meet to be a three-day long affair next season. Action will start on Thursday April 4th and run through Saturday the 6th.