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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…

Alan Webb (Nike) was named Outstanding Men's Performer of the 2007 Drake Relays. Webb posted a 2007 world outdoor best for April of 3:51.71 in the men's invitational mile, breaking one of the oldest Drake Relays records, a 3:55.26 set by American…

Alan Webb (Nike) was named Outstanding Men's Performer of the 2007 Drake Relays. Webb posted a 2007 world outdoor best for April of 3:51.71 in the men's invitational mile, breaking one of the oldest Drake Relays records, a 3:55.26 set by American…

Amy Acuff (Acics) clears the bar during the women's invitational high jump. Acuff, tied with Kaylene Wagner of Kansas State at 6'2 1/4", with Wagner winning on fewer misses.

Ashley Miller (Tipton) was named Outstanding High School Senior Girls Performer. Miller set a Drake Relays record of 2:10.10 in the 800, beating former record holder Brooke Dinsdale (North Tama of Traer). She also placed second in the inaugural 1,500…

Ashley Miller (Tipton) was named Outstanding High School Senior Girls Performer. Miller set a Drake Relays record of 2:10.10 in the 800, beating former record holder Brooke Dinsdale (North Tama of Traer). She also placed second in the inaugural 1,500…

Blake Irwin (Pleasant Valley) was name Outstanding High School Boys Performer. Irwin won the 1,600 meter run in 4:19.09 and anchored his team to voctory in the sprint medley (3:27.98) and 4x800 (7:55.31) relays.

Brooke Dinsdale (North Tama of Traer) anchored the winning 4x800 relay finished third to Ashley Miller and her twin sister Blaire Dinsdale in the 800, and placed fifth in the inaugural 1,500.

Christian Cantwell (Nike), former U. of Missouri and long time crowd favorite couldn't surpass his record-setting performance of 2006. He still outdistanced the competition with a heave of 71 feet 3 1/4 inches.

Christian Cantwell (Nike), former U. of Missouri and long time crowd favorite couldn't surpass his record-setting performance of 2006. He still outdistanced the competition with a heave of 71 feet 3 1/4 inches.