2007 80th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays notes: Day three
Men's 4x1500 - Arkansas wins its ninth straight 4x1500 title... 3:54.0, 3:55.2, 3:54.9, 3:56.3.
Men's 3000SC - Naimadu seals an ACU sweep of the men's and women's steeplechase for the second year in a row as he wins his second Relays in a row.
Women's Sprint Medley - Splits: LSU - 55.3, 2:06.4; UTEP - 54.0, 2:08.3
Men's College Sprint Medley - KCCC anchor 1:50.9
Men's 1500 - Race in Review: Rono and Kigen led the pack through 400 in 60.5 before the whole mob slowed down. Bair took over through 800 in 2:05.9, with Kigen and Bor on his shoulder. Bor had a slight edge at 1200 in 3:06.9, then Bair and Rono made strong moves. Rono had a blistering final 200 and covered the final 300 in 41.4 for the win. Rono repeats as champion.
Women's 100 prelims - Anderson's 11.22 equals the collegiate leader this season.
Men's 100 prelims - Dix's 10.11 is the fastest by an American this year.
Boys' 4x800 - Jenks (1:57.9, 2:00.9, 2:02.7, 1:59.1); Houston Lamar (1:59.7, 1:58.4, 2:04.8, 1:58.6).
Women's High Jump - Destinee Hooker, the 2006 NCAA champion, wins her second straight University high jump title, and fourth straight overall after she picked up high school gold in 2004 & 2005.