Saturday, April 28

The attendance for the Saturday session of the 2007 Penn Relays, brought to you by PECO Energy is 46,363. Total Attendance was 109,525, the 7th time in the last 8 years that attendance has topped 100,000.

The “Office Depot” Fast Finish of the Day for the Saturday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is St. Jago, anchored by Johan Blake, who ran 39.96 for a Penn Relays record, the first sub-40 ever at The Penn Relays.

The “America Runs on Dunkin” Performance of the Day for the Saturday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is the University of Michigan who set a new collegiate and Penn Relays record in the 4x800.

The “Power 99” School of the Day for the Saturday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Long Beach Poly, who won the 4x400 in the second fastest time (3:09.89) in Penn Relays history, anchored by Brysom Nellum in 45.4.

The “Philadelphia Inquirer” Memorable Moment of the Day for the Saturday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Columbia University winning the 4x800, their first win since 1938 (7:22.64).

The “Toyota, Moving Forward” Athlete of the Day for the Saturday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Joe Berry of Hatboro-Horsham High School who broke the Penn Relays Pole Vault record at 16' 3.25".

 

Friday, April 27

The attendance for the Friday session of the 2007 Penn Relays, brought to you by PECO Energy is 39,166.

The “Office Depot” Fast Finish of the Day for the Friday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is the Leo Manzano, who ran 3:57.8 to anchor Texas in the Distance Medley.

The “America Runs on Dunkin” Performance of the Day for the Friday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is the University of Michigan's 17:15.62 4x1500 Relay team, a collegiate and Penn Relays record.

The “Power 99” School of the Day for the Friday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Eleanor Roosevelt, who won the 4x800 in 8:51.19, the second fastest time in U.S. High School history.

The “Philadelphia Inquirer” Memorable Moment of the Day for the Friday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is an American record of 46.49 set by Houston Elite's Masters 4x100, anchored by Bill Collins.

The “Toyota, Moving Forward” Athlete of the Day for the Friday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Craig Fory's of Colt's Neck High School who ran a 4:04.4 anchor leg in the distance medley.


Thursday, April 26

The attendance for the Thursday session of the 2007 Penn Relays, brought to you by PECO Energy, is 23,996.

The “Office Depot” Fast Finish of the Day for the Thursday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Chanelle Price of Easton High School.

The “America Runs on Dunkin” Performance of the Day for the Thursday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Karlie McQuillen of Westmont Hilltop High School with a Javelin Throw of 151' 6".

The “Power 99” School of the Day for the Thursday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Edwin Allen High School.

The “Philadelphia Inquirer” Memorable Moment of the Day for the Thursday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Danielle Tauro of Southern Regional High School in the High School Distance Medley Relay.

The “Toyota, Moving Forward” Athlete of the Day for the Thursday session of the 2007 Penn Relays is Ryann Krais of Methacton High School.