It should be no surprise that many of the best high school athletes from the last four years are on the Elite Meet record board, including Alicia Rue, Jordan Helgren, Zach Mellon and Brock Spandl.
We would like to know how many records will be broken this year...
Y/N: Will seven or more records be tied or broken at the Hamline Elite Meet on Friday night?
There are eight athletes who have eight seed times/distances that are faster/further than meet records. They include Analisa Huschle in the long jump, Erica Dombro in the 400, Hannah Schonhardt in the high jump, Kim Hovey in the shot put, Maggie Ewen in the discus, Jerome Begin in the 300 hurdles, Macauley Spandl in the pole vault and Trevor Yedoni in the high jump.
In 2009, there were seven meet records tied or broken.
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