From left, running the men's 100 meter dash in the Decathlon are Kansas State's Isaac Mallory, Lindenwood's Nolan McCoy, Nebraska's Teran Walford, Bethany's Jesse Muntz and Baker's Aaron Hannon. The Kansas Relays started Wednesday at Memorial Stadium.
Athletes compete in events during the first day of the Kansas Relays. The four-day event will run through Saturday.
Nebraska's Megan Wheatley was in second place after winning the women's 200-meter dash at the Kansas Relays on Wednesday April 14, 2010.
Anna Kay Campbell of Lincoln, Mo., competes in the shot-put Wednesday April 14, 2010. The Kansas Relays began Wednesday at Memorial Stadium.
Kanesha Hicks of Arkansas State runs her section of the women's 100meter Hurdles. The Kansas Relays started Wednesday at Memorial Stadium.
Baker University's Aaron Hannon stretches for some distance in the Decathlon long jump. The Kansas Relays started Wednesday at Memorial Stadium.
KU sophomore Kelsey Grimm clears the bar in the high jump portion of the heptathlon. The Kansas Relays started Wednesday at Memorial Stadium.
KU sophomore Keith Hayes leaves the blocks in the preliminaries of the 40-meter hurdles on Friday.
KU’s Keyen Porter works his way through the 400-meter hurdles at the Kansas Relays. The track and field events continue through today.
Free State High School’s Drew Davis won her heat in the 100-meter dash on Friday with a time of 12.50. The Kansas Relays draw both high school and college competitors to Lawrence.
Kansas University Freshman Andrea Geubelle gets some air in the women’s triple jump at the Kansas Relays on Friday at Memorial Stadium. See more coverage of the Relays in Sports, page 1C.
Kansas University senior pole vaulter Jordan Scott sports crimson and blue hair for the Kansas Relays Friday at Memorial Stadium. For more on the relays, see pages 6B and 1C.