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Nick Kuchel (Kingsley Pierson HS) was named Outstanding High School Boys Performer for being the only individual double winner in the high school boys competition. Kuchel won both the 110 and 400 hurdles.

Nicole Edwards (Michigan) was named the Outstanding Women's Performer. Edwards anchored the winning distance medley relay team, ran third on the winning 4x800 relay, and anchored Michigan's 4x1600 relay team to third.

Tiffany Johnson (Iowa) was a popular winner of the University Women's 100 Meter Hurdles.

The outstanding University of Minnesota women's team captured all three distance relays.

The late Bob Ehrhart, Director of the Drake Relays 1970-2000, was honored with a special video board display during Friday night's opening ceremonies.

Many of the athletes participated in the Parade of Athletes by state during Friday night's opening ceremoines.

The Iowa State Cyclones were victorious in the U/C shuttle hurdle relay, clocking 57.92 seconds with Kellen Burl anchoring.

Hometown favorite Lolo Jones (ex DM Roosevelt and LSU) captured her third straight win in the women's invitational 100 meter hurdles in 12.77 seconds. (Jones recently won the World indoor title in the 60 meter hurdles.)

Hometown favorite Lolo Jones (ex DM Roosevelt and LSU) captured her third straight win in the women's invitational 100 meter hurdles in 12.77 seconds. (Jones recently won the World indoor title in the 60 meter hurdles.)

Ajoke Odomusu (South Alabama) was named Outstanding Women's Performer of the 2007 Drake Relays. Odomusu set a new Drake Relays record in the women's U/C 400 hurdles, enroute to running the fastest 2007 time in the world of 55:37 seconds. She also…