Marvin Bracy and Octavious Freeman wracked up national leading times of 10.26 and 11.28. Armando Del Valle staked his claim as Florida's top distance runner with his 4:11 1600m victory. Lily Williams gave Kacy Smith a taste of her own medicine, outkicking her to win the 1600 with both in 4:52. Williams comes back with her Chiles team the next day to set a state record 4x1600. Miami Northwestern and St. Thomas Aquinas battled it out to a national leading 4x400 that was decided by .002. Boyd Anderson girls set the track on fire. So so much more!
In case you missed it, our coverage team was on point this weekend at the Florida Relays. We have 19 videos posted. And our prolific photographers produced collectively 8531 photos between the two of them. Be sure to check them out. And if you would like to order a print you can contact them directly. Depending on the shot, they may even be able to do something incredibly artsy like this beautiful shot by Jeff Adams.
The Miami Northwestern senior and future Florida Gator talks about his teams incredible performance in the 4x400 relay. The Bulls got the job done in a state and nation leading time of 3:11.49.
Miami Northwestern and St. Thomas Aquinas ran one of the greatest 4x400 relays in state history! Miami Northwestern won the title by thousandths of a second in a time of 3:11.484 the fastest time in the state and in the nation.
The Charlotte runner talks about the teams performance in the 4x800 and stepping in the absence of Tyler Cardillo.
Boyd Anderson takes home the title in a state leading and national leading time of 1:37.47.
The Lady Cobras edged out Lake Wales in the 4x100 relay in a state leading and national leading time of 45.68.
The Charlotte junior talks about being boxed in in the 800 meters and just falling short of the win.
The Lake Wales senior talks about her nation leading time of 11.28 in the 100 and what mark it will take to make her completely satisfied.
The former South Lake standout and Florida Gator reflects back on his high school days, talks Bracy, and shares his goals for the future.
The FSU bound Del Valle beat a stacked field in the 1600 with a personal best time of 4:11.49. That mark is the best time in Florida and the fifth fastest in the U.S. in 2011.
The Lakewood senior wins the 800 in a time of 2:16.43.
Chiles time of 20:56.31 in the 4x1600 relay is a new state record and US#2.
The Boone speedster won the UF Relays 100 meter dash in a nation leading time of 10.26.
The Charlotte boys raced to a new state record and US#2 time of 17:40.83 in the 4x1600 relay.
The Chiles junior won the 1600 in a state leading, US #5 time of 4:52.05.
St. Thomas Aquinas runs a state leading and nation leading time of 1:24.81.
Smith edged out Charlotte's Ryan Schnulle to get the win in a season best 1:54.56.
The sixth grade phenom talks about her American Heritage teams performance in the 4x800. She ran a 2:15 anchor leg to propel her team to victory.
The Charlotte boys 4x800 team running without Tyler Cardillo still managed to win in a state and nation leading time of 7:51.71.
St. Thomas Aquinas's Arman Hall talks about his teams record setting performances in the relays, and the heartbreak of the 4x4.
The Tampa Riverview senior talks about her third place finish in the 100 hurdles at the UF Relays.
We catch up with the American record holder in the 100 meters and world champion at the UF Relays to talk about advice for runners, training tips, and his running plans for the future.
The Wesley Chapel and UF football signee launched the shot a state leading and US#7 59-10.
Estero sophomore Kacy Smith finishes the 1600 in second place with a personal best 4:52.39, the sixth best time in the country in 2011.
The North Broward Prep sprinter talks about his injury during the 100 meter dash and how it will effect the rest of his season.
The Trinity Prep senior finished in ninth place and talks about the level of competition in the 1600 meters.
St. Thomas Aquinas boys had a field day in the relay events including a state leading and national leading 40.68 in the 4x100 relay.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Four University of Louisville track and field athletes registered career-best marks on the final day of competition at the Pepsi Florida Relays in Gainesville, Fla., at Percy Beard Track at James G. Pressly Stadium on Saturday evening.
Isaac Presson of the University of North Carolina men's track and field team is the Tar Heel Performer of the Week for March 28-April 3, 2010. Presson turned in a pair of magnficient performances while competed in the 67th Pepsi Florida Relays in Gainesville, Fla.
Del Monte used his closing speed to lead him to a second place finish in the 1600 with a personal best of 4:15.00. That time broke a 30 year old school record at Chamberlain!
Senior middle-distance runner Sharif Webb won the 800m run for the second-consecutive year while setting Kentucky's 800m record and snapping a 25-year old Florida Relays record, as the Kentucky track and field team earned two wins and four top-four finishes on opening day at the Percy Beard Track in Gainesville, Fla.
The University of Kentucky track and field team closed out day two of the 67th Florida Relays, claiming top-10 finishes in three of its relay events, Saturday in Gainesville, Fla.
Complete Meet Results in PDF Format East Carolina set five school records and produced 13 top-10 finishes this weekend, taking part in the prestigious Florida Relays at the Percy Beard Track.
The Wisconsin men's track team took the "relays" in Florida Relays to heart on Saturday, teaming up for several strong performances to close out the two-day event.
Maurice Mitchell captures the weekly ACC honor following his world-dominating performance at Florida Relays this past weekend.
Florida Relays 2011 SHOWDOWN!
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