From South Florida to Jacksonville week five of the season didn't disappoint. The Bob Hayes Invitational had the most "WOW" performances of the weekend, but so did South Florida's GMAC & BCAA Championships earlier in the week, and the IMG Academy Invitational that mother nature tried to mess with. We narrowed down our favorite "CAN'T MISS" race videos!
Photos! Get your photos! The Bob Hayes Invitational was such a big meet we brought out two photographers. Check out over 900 more photos from Margaret Fishback including this one of the boys 100m and don't forget to check out all of our coverage photos, videos, interviews, results & more!
Results, photos and video coverage from the Bob Hayes Invitational!
The 2016 Bob Hayes Invitational was so fast that even The Bullet himself would be proud! Watch ALL the race videos from one of Florida's fastest meets of the year!
Cedric Gillette was on-site at the 2016 Bob Hayes Invitational and artfully captured over 400 photos of the state's fastest meet of the weekend including this one of East Lake's Jennifer Lima who won the Lewis Siplin 1,600m run in 5:09.59 and setting a new school record in the process.
Watch as American High School freshman phenom toys with the competition at the 2016 Bob Hayes Invitational on his way to a blazing time of 46.51 just shy of the 46.50 meet record set by Brandon O'Connor in 2008 and his PR of 46.43 from earlier in the year.
Watch Flagler Palm Coast senior and UF signee Justin Pacifico pass two runners in the final 100m of the boys 800m run to win in a FL#2 and US#13 time of 1:54.13 at the Bob Hayes Invitational.
Week five of the regular season is LOADED. We preview the meets/events we are looking forward to watching the most from Bradenton to Orlando to Jacksonville and across the state. Don't forget to keep it locked on flrunners.com for LIVE updates, race videos, interviews, results, and recaps of all the action!
Two of the best sprint races in Bob Hayes Invitational history came in 2013 with Jones star Levonte "Kermit" Whitfield and Stanton Prep's Kendal Williams. Whitfield bested Williams in the 100 10.15 to 10.18 that saw the two fastest times in the country and ever in meet history. The pair battled back in the 200 where Williams capture the victory in a nation leading 20.63 with Whitfield three one-hundredths back in 20.66 which are number one and three AT in meet history. We take a look at the top 25 marks ALL-Time at the storied Bob Hayes Invitational!