Check out all the highlights from the 2011 Bob Hayes Invitational.
Longtime pole vaulting coach Ira Welborn fills us in on some tricks of the trade.
Northwestern's Shannon Spence talks about her afternoon at the Bob Hayes Classic as well as the tradition of the Lady Bulls.
The Dr. Phillips runner talks about her performance in the 1600 and her return from injury.
Dr. Phillips junior Logan Kruse edged out teammate Daniel Millay in 9:36.29 to win the 3200 meters at the Bob Hayes Classic.
Daniel Millay of Dr. Phillips led a group of five runners going under 4:30 for the 1600m at the Bob Hayes Classic.
Clim Robbins and Levonte Whitfield lead the Jones Boys 4x100 relay team to the win in a time of 41.74, three tenths off their US#1 time of 41.47.
The Lake Wales ladies ran a US#1 time of 46.62 to win the Bob Hayes Classic.
The Lake Weir senior guided his team to an impressive showing in the 4x8 and then came back to win the 800 in a time of 1:58.
Ebony Rose of Dr. Krop talks about her win in the 800.
The sophomore sensation from Miami Northwestern ran a US #2 13.66 in the 110 hurdles and a US #1 36.96 in the 300s.
The Lake Wales senior put up blazing numbers in the 100 (11.42) and 200 (23.42) as well as lead her team to a 4x1 title.
This could be one of the best 400 meter races in state history! Arman Hall beat Dedric Dukes and Hugh Graham Jr. in a photo finish that saw all three guys go 46.6 and change.
If you were wondering where Booker T. senior Dedric Dukes has been don't worry he's back! Dukes finished second in the 400 and 200 with blistering times of 46.6 and 20.88.
The Miami Northwestern senior and future Florida Gator talks about one of the best 400 meter races in Florida history and his teams meet record performance in the 4x4.
The St. Thomas Aquinas junior talks about his amazing performances in the 400 (46.61) and 200 (20.87) at the Bob Hayes Classic.
"Bullet Bob" Hayes was a trackster turned footballer who was reknowned for his incredible speed. In keeping with his legacy, the Jacksonville meet named in his honor was the fastest collection of sprinters we've seen this year. THREE runners (Dedric Dukes, Hugh Graham Jr, and Arman Hall) all bolted into 46.6 range in a photo finish with less than a tenth separating them. For an encore Hall and Dukes did it again in the 200 with Hall again pulling it out 20.87 to 20.88. It's going to be a hot season for Florida sprinters folks!