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Defending champion Barnabus Kirui (Mississippi State) edges Gilbert Limo (Texas Tech) in a time of 8:52.56 in the men's U/CD 3,000 meter steeplechase.

Betsy Flood (Dowling Catholic) proudly carries her Drake Relays champion flag after winning the high school girls 1,500 meters in 4:39.18. Betsy was also the leadoff runner for the winning 4x800 meter relay and placed second to sister Katie in the…

Brittney Reese (Mississippi) leaps 21 feet 6 and 3/4 inches to defend her title in the Women's long jump competition.

Christian Cantwell captured his sixth Drake Relays title with a heave of 68 feet 6 inches. He holds the Drake Relays record at 72 feet 6 1/4 inches.

Crowd favorite Joey Woody (ex Iowa City High and UNI) walks "farewell lap" with his two children (son is named "Drake") following his final 400 meter hurdle race on the Drake track. Woody, who was inducted into the Drake Relays Hall of Fame in 2002,…

Joey Woody (ex Iowa City High and UNI) acknowledges the sold-out crowd prior to the start of the Men's Invitational 400 meter hurdles. Woody, who had previously captured this race five times, finished fourth in his final appearance on the Drake oval.

Julius Bor wears a triumphant smile as he outkicks the rest of the field in the Men's Special Invitational Mile. His time: 4:05.1.

The Flood sisters, Katie (769) and Betsy (768) of Dowling Catholic take a well-earned beverage break after finishing first and second in the high school girls 3,000 meter run. Katie also placed third in the 1,500 meters won by sister Betsy. In…

Katie Flood (Dowling Catholic) edges sister Betsy Flood (Dowling Catholic) in the high school girls 3,000 meter run with a winning time of 9:56.23. Katie also placed third in the 1,500 meters won by sister Betsy. In addition, the Flood sisters were…

Lauren Hagans anchors Baylor to a photo finish victory over Heather Dorniden of Minnesota in the Women's U/CD 4x1,600 meter relay. The Bears' winning time of 19:05.80 set a new Drake Relays record. Minnesota finished a scant .031 seconds behind.