2000 Kansas Relays Make Triumphant Return
The 2000 Kansas Relays, back after a two-year break due to track renovations, drew 10,500 people to Hershberger
Track. The crowd was the largest attendance figure since the 1983 Relays. The four day meet was highlighted by the
appearance of Maurice Greene. Greene, the world record holder in the 60-meter dash, ran the anchor leg of the men's
special invitational 4x100 meter relay. Greene was joined by elite athletes Ato Boldon, Brian Howard and Curtis Johnson
to run the race in a Relay's record time of 38.45.
Official And Final Entry List For The High School And College Kansas Relays
Here are the entry lists for the High School and College Divisions of the 2000 Kansas Relays. If you have questions
or comments about the Relays, please fax them to one of the numbers in your entry booklet. Thanks to all of you who have
entered. SEE YOU AT THE RELAYS!!!
Morris Leads Decathlon After Day One
KU's Andy Morris leads the decathlon after the first five events of the Kansas Relays. The junior has accumulated
3,798 points to lead by 114 over Justin Conkling. Kansas sophomore Dorian Jordan is currently in seventh place.
Maurice Greene To Compete On Saturday Afternoon
Olympian and world record holder Maurice Greene will only compete in the men's 4x100 meter relay which will be held on
Saturday, April 22, at approximately 3:32 p.m. Greene was originally scheduled to run in the 4x200 meter relay as well
but is limiting himself to just Saturday's competition because of his arrival time into Lawrence. (4/19/00)
Kansas Relays Notes For 4/18/00
The first Kansas Relays of the new millennium makes its way to Hershberger Track from April 19-22. The 2000 Kansas
Relays marks the return of the event which was last held in 1997. The Relays have been cancelled the previous two years
due to renovations to Memorial Stadium and Hershberger Track.