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Clyde Duncan joins the Drake Relays Hall of Fame. Duncan was the first high school athlete ever to win the same event three different times. Duncan won the 100-Yard Dash in 1962 (:09.9), 1963 (:09.8) and 1964 (:09.3). His 1964 time would have set a…
Relays Queen Patsy Ruth Hamilton (Indiana University) gets crowned by Drake president H. G. Harmon.
Relays Queen Angie Branch (University of Houston) gets crowned by Drake president H.G. Harmon.
Carlotta Joan Hagen of the University of Illinois, the 1957 Relays Queen, gets crowned by a Relays official.
Mary Ann Harris from the University of Nebraska, 1959 Relays Queen, is crowned by Arthur Kirk, the chariman of the Drake Relays Committee.
Van Nelson, DeHart Hubbard and Theron Lewis stand on the awards podium as they are inducted into the Drake Relays Hall of Fame. Nelson was a standout distance runner in the 1960s from St. Cloud State University. Hubbard competed in the Drake Relays…
Jennifer Jo Ownes of Iowa State University, the 1973 Relays Queen, is crowned by Drake President Wilbur C. Miller.
During the celebration of the Drake Relays 50th anniversary, Jesse Owens recieves an award from an official. Jesse Owens was voted "The athlete of the first 50 years" of the Drake Relays.