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2006 Kansas Relays: Day 3 and GOLDZONE

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Kansas Relays on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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Women pole vaulters form a waiting line during practice.

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United States Representative Jim Ryun fires the starter pistol before the Boy's 1600 meter run. ...

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The starter pistol fires during the 79th annual KU Relays.

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Emporia tracksters, from left, Andrew Heermann, Ryan Parks and Brandon Childs relax shirtless with teammates.

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Kansas Relays staff scramble to switch the hurdles from the women's height to the men's ...

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Lawrence High's Scott Penny launches the discus at the Kansas Relays on Saturday at Memorial ...

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Lawrence High's Kristina Taylor, takes off with the baton after grabbing it from Sue Schwartz ...

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Leavenworth High's Kendra Bradley, left, edges out Lee's Summit West's Brittany Bruce to take first ...

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Kansas Relays on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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From left to right Laverne Jones of Nike, left, Crystal Cox, center, and Muna Lee ...

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Lawrence High's Amy Magnuson catches her breath after the 100 meter hurdles. Saturday afternoon's KU ...

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Former KU pole vaulter Amy Linnen chalks her hands before the women's invitational pole vault ...

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Baldwin High's Heather Garcia, left, is helped off the track by Free State High's Alysha ...

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Wamego High School students Ashley Carpenter, left, and Mandy Eberty, right, cheer on their school's ...

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Track fans beg olympic athletes for autographs.

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Missouri Baptist University freshman Onesmus Too leads down the stretch in the men's 4X880 yard ...

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Free State's Jessica Johnson hands off to Emily Leiker in the girls sunflower 4X100 meter ...

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Rodney Martin, left, and Josh Norman run toe-to-toe in the men's 100 meter dash invite ...

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Mitch Potter, left leads Leonard Byrd down the back stretch of the men's 400 meter ...

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Half mile runners start their two laps around the track at the Kansas Relays on ...

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Pole vaulter Pat Manson's fingers were taped because of ripped skin.

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Pat Manson goes up and over the bar in the pole vault.

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Pat Manson goes up and over the bar during the men's pole vault invitational. Manson, ...

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Kansas University's Josh Madathil, Missouri State runner Aron Rono and Benson Chesang, running unattached, lead ...

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Margaret Nakintu of Uganda, falls to her knees in celebration after placing first in the ...

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Sprinters complete the last 25 meters in the women's 200 meter dash.

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Photographers take pictures of team Sprint Capitol following their victory in the men's 4 X ...

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Kansas' Brett Terp barely misses this attempt at 6-10.75 during a jump off. Terp placed ...

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Runners in the women's 800 meter run round a corner at Memorial Stadium.

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Lawrence High junior Omar Mohran takes off after receiving the baton from teammate, senior Nathan ...

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Muna Lee slows up after crossing the finish line of the women's 4x100 meter relay ...

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Kansas leads the women's 4X100 relay.

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Kansas University's 4 X100 meter relay team goes in for a group hug after winning ...

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Former Olympic champion and current U.S. Representative Jim Ryun takes in the Kansas Relays with ...

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Cowley College's Daniel Mania raises his arms in celebration after finishing first in the Men's ...

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Free State's Alysha Valencia (middle) races in the finals of the Girls 1600 meter run ...

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Olympic gold medalist Justin Gatlin crosses the finish line as the anchor of the 4x100 ...

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Justin Gatlin gives his number sign away to track fans at the Kansas Relays on ...

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