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(April 8, 2013) Walnut, CA.. TThe Mt. SAC Relays Selection Committee is proud to announce the 2013 Hall of Fame Inductee's. Many of the greatest athletes the world has ever known, in all events, have made the annual pilgrimage to Walnut, California every April. The individual event statistics are a veritable "Who's Who" of Olympians, World Champions and World and National record holders. However one event seems to really shine at Mt. SAC in terms of who competes and takes part and that event is the Men's 110 Meter Hurdle race. The talent that assembles each and every year is nothing short of amazing and this year we are proud to highlight and induct a number of men who have competed in that event and made it such a crowd pleaser.

Who: The Track and Field Stars of the Past, Present and Future


  • Tommy Whit
  • Dedy Cooper
  • Mark Crear
  • Greg Foster
  • Tonie Campbell
  • Dominque Arnold
  • Allen Johnson

In addition we will be honoring another great hurdler and current Hall of Fame member who will be visiting us at the Relays this year, Chi Cheng.
And if that was not enough, Mt. SAC will be looking back in time and honoring 50th anniversary of the Arizona State Mile Relay team that set the World Record in that race here at Mt. SAC half a century ago. (Henry Carr-Ulis Williams-Mike Barrick-Ron Freeman)

For more information, please contact the Mt. SAC Special Events Office at 909-274-4880.

(April 12, 2013) Walnut, CA.. The 55th edition of the "world renown" Mt. SAC Relays kicks off today with the Community College Division. Over 25 commmunity colleges are expected to compete at this years event which features some of the top programs in the state, including Riverside City College, American River College, Sacramento City College, Cerritos College and host Mt. San Antonio College. Unlike most community college competitions, the Mt. SAC Relays is the only true invitational. Only the top 27 entries in the running events and the top 18 in the field events qualify to compete.

Next weekend, April 18th through the 20th, will feature the High School, University and Elite Divisions. Over 7,000 competitors from throughout the world are expected to compete at the World's Largest Track and Field Competition. The event will once again live up to it's motto, "where the world's best athletes compete" when it hosts numerous Olympians and Olympic Medalists from this past London Olympics.

Scheduled to compete are:

  • Ashton Eaton - THE WORLD'S GREATEST ATHLETE - Decathlon Gold Medalist and World Record Holder
  • Allyson Felix - 200M Olympic Gold Medalist, 4X100M and 4X400M Relay Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Carmelita Jeter - 100M Olympic Silver Medalist, 4X100M Relay Olympic Gold Medalist, 200M Bronze Medalist
  • Lashinda Demus - 400M Hurdles Silver Medalist and reining World Champion
  • Jason Richardson - 110M Hurdles Silver Medalist and reining World Champion
  • USA Paralympic Team

For those of you who remember the "Super Bowl Shuffle", former NFL and Track and Field great, Willie Gault, will attempt to break his own world record in the 100M (10.88). This former professional athlete, singer, bobsledder and actor continues to defy the laws of nature and at age 52, continues to clock sub 11, 100 meter times.

For more information on the Mt. SAC Relays including tickets, directions and time schedules, please visit the Mt. SAC Relays Website at

For more information, please contact the Mt. SAC Sports Information Office at 909-274-4630.


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