New Balance Nationals Outdoor, Final Day: Mile's Impress

PHILADELPHIA, Penn. -- Only a handful of finals left for the first ever New Balance Outdoor Nationals at Franklin Field, but they are some of the most anticipated.

We'll catch the sprinters, runners, and relays to finish off your weekend.

Final Session

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Boys 4x100m - Calvert Hall comes back for the second win of the weekend, capturing the title in 41.54.

Girls Relays - Bullis swept the 4x100m and 4x400m relay, utilizing one of deepest rosters in the country.

Boys Long Jump - Greg Foster was trailing heading into the Finals, but popped a lifetime-best-tying mark to win in 25-6.25.

Girls Long Jump - Less than an inch separated the leaders, as Alyssa Jones of FL captures the title in 21-2.5.

Boys Throws - Tarik Robinson-O'Hagan continued his throwing streak, winning with a big toss of 66-3.2.5. But it was hometown Drew Mruk that took home the title in the Javelin, a PA State Event.

Girls Throws - Hadley Lucas had just one throw over 45-2, but it was a big mark at 47-1.75 that grabbed the win. In the Javelin, Shea Greene waited for her final attempt to rip a 20-foot improvement, winning in 160-0.

Boys 4x400m - Once again, the boys of Stow OH were meant to sit and wait, as their time from an early heat was tested by the seeded. And again, their time held up, as they capture the National Title in 3:15.78.

Boys Vault - Justin Rogers came away with a clean win on a windy day. His sheet was clean first attempts, including his win at 16-8.75, before he moved the bar up to 17-4.25 for kicks.

Afternoon Session

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Boys Mile - Gary Martin caps off his senior year unchallenged as he sprints away from the field in his home city of Philadelphia. A windy day and a long weekend, Martin wins the effort in 4:03.57.

Girls Mile - It was a repeat of the New York State Meet, as Hannah Boyle bided her time until the penultimate lap, where she unleashed her 800m speed on the field, and was unmatched over the last 400m. She crosses the line in 4:42.11, one of the top times from a New York athlete ever.

Boys 110H - A wild finish in the hurdles, but it was Jason Holmes-Williamson in the outside lane who stayed clean over the barriers. His mark of 13.61 outlasted a stellar field, making him a National Champ.

Girls 100H - Leading wire-to-wire, it was Jazmine Harmon of GA with a smoking fast time of 13.44 to capture the title. She had a gap on the field by 50m, and didn't let up.

Boys 200m - What a finish. Aidan McDuffie outleans the 100m National Champ, dipping under 21sec in a wind-legal mark of 20.95.

Girls 200m - Madison Whyte of VA battled the head-wind, owning the curve and powering away through the line. She wins in 23.30.