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Sunday, March 13, 2016
Worship Service
Monday - March 14, 2016
James (Coach) Day Scholarship Golf Tournament
Deercreek Country Club
7816 McLaurin Road North
9:00 A.M.
Monday—March 14, 2016
Officials Workshop and Dinner
Raines High Cafeteria
6:30 P.M.
Tuesday– March 15, 2016
Press Conference
Earl Kitchens Stadium-Raines High School
12:00 P.M.
Thursday-March 17, 2016
Bob Hayes Hall of Fame
Lexington Hotel Jacksonville Riverwalk
1515 Prudential Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
Friday—March 18, 2016
Bob Hayes Developmental Clinic
Earl Kitchings Stadium– Raines High
11:00 A.M.
Friday—March 18, 2016
Bob Hayes Middle School Track and Field Meet
Earl Kitchings Stadium– Raines High
2:00 P.M.
Friday- March 18, 2016
Officials, Coaches & VIP’s Cook Out
Jimmie Johnson
4359 Homer Road—Jacksonville, FL
7:00 P.M.
Saturday—March 19, 2016
Bob Hayes Invitational Track and Field Meet
Earl Kitchings Stadium—Raines High
8:00 A.M.
15th Annual Scholarship
Golf Tournament
This event is a joint effort, in conjunction with the Bob Hayes Track Meet, to raise money to support the James (Coach) Day Scholarship Fund. 
The purpose of the event is not only to provide scholarships for young athletes, but also to give the community an opportunity to get involved and encourage our young people to go farther.  Learn More >>
2015 Scholarship Winners
For the past four decades the Bob Hayes Invitational Track meet has been a focal point for young track and field participants from the southeastern United States. For those too young to remember, Bob Hayes was the Florida A&M sprinter that was dubbed "Bullet Bob" for his dominance of the sprints from 60 to 100 yards.

Hayes, who came to the world's attention in 1964, was the first person to run 100 yards in 9.1 seconds and also held the world record for sixty yards at 5.9 seconds. He was awarded two gold medals in the 1964 Olympics. A muscular 5 feet eleven inches and 190 pounds, Hayes also excelled in football and is a member of the NFL Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor.
Bob Hayes' Career Statistics
NFL.com's look at Bob Hayes
Bob Hayes' Enshrinement speech transcript
Notes & Quotes: Bob Hayes
Best of Staubach on Hayes
Staubach inducts Hayes
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