Meet Results Relays:

Drake Relays (Iowa) (1910 to Present): Drake Relays

Kansas Relays (1923 to Present): Kansas Relays

Mt Sac Relays (Walnut, Calif.) (1959 to Present):  Mt Sac Relays

Penn Relays (1887 to 1894) (1895 to Present):  Penn Relays

Texas Relays (1925 to Present): Texas Relays

Others: Many other Relays and Invitationals have existed over the years:

Athens Invitational / Oakland Invitational: (Oakland Coliseum) 1970s
Bakersfield Invitational (Calif.)
Bakersfield Relay (Calif)
Ben Brown meet: Ben Brown meet (Fullerton, Calif.)
California (Invitational) Relays / Modesto Relays / No Calif Relays  (May 23, 1942 to 2008; 67 years; 32 WRs)   history and  Wiki
Coliseum Relays (Calif.) (started 1941)
Compton Invitational (Calif.) (started 1936) (June 4, 1972 Program at the Coliseum) (also known as Compton-Coliseum Invitational) (Contact was Herschel Smith)
Colonial Relays at William & Mary campus (1963 to 2019) (2019 last edition ?) (Past Results 1963 to 2015)
Cornell Relays / Greg Page Relays: (External Link)
Easter Relay (Santa Barbara Relay) (Santa Barbara, Calif) (started approx 1937)
Santa Barbara Invitational an Invitational (open meet) that started approx. 1931 (1938 Invitational was canceled due to weather).
Florida Relays (also Pepsi Florida Relays) (FL)   Florida Relays
Florida Relays – continued: (started in 1939 by Percy Beard) (not held 1942-1946, 2006): (per)
Glendale Relay (Glendale, Calif)
Kennedy Games (Calif.)
Kern Relay (Calif.)
Long Beach Relay
Pomona-Pitzer Invitational (Calif.)
Prairie View Relays (TX) at Prairie View A&M Univ.
Sacramento Relays (Calif.)
San Jose Invitational (Calif.)
Sea Ray Relay (also known as Tom Black):  Sea Ray Relay  and Records as of 2003
Southern Relays (at Georgia Tech) were discontinued in the 1930s (per)
Stanford Invitational: (2019 was the 44th)

West Coast Relays / Fresno Relays (Started 1927) (Calif.) (Wiki) (May 8, 1969 Fresno Bee The Republican: lists the 1927 to 1968 men’s winners and records) (

and many others.

Program / Results:

1974 Calif Relays Program Included Masters 100:  (Link)

1974 West Coast Relays Included Masters 100:  (Link)

1972: Compton Invitational (Calif.) (started 1936) (June 4, 1972 Program at the Coliseum)

Compton-Coliseum Invitation:

June 2, 1967:  Senior Mile: Jim Gorrell Sr (45) 4:49.1 mile at the Compton-Coliseum Inv. (Nov 1967 Long Distance Log)

June 7, 1968: Senior Mile: Pete Mundle (US) (40) 4:30.0, Jim Gorrell Sr (US) (46) 4:43.0 (both broke senior mile meet record of 4:49.1 by Gorrell, 1967)  at the  Compton-Coliseum Invite (Jun 8, 1969 Independent Press-Telegram, Long Beach)

1969: Senior Mile: B. Gookin (36) 4:24.2, D. Waco (36) 4:26.6, B. Fitzgerald (44) 4:28.0, P. Mundle (41) 4:28.2, J. Van Tatenhove (39) 4:32.1   (Per June 8, 1969 Independent Press Telegram)   (June 7, 1969 at Compton-Coliseum Meet)     (Broke Mundle’s meet records of 4:30.0 from 1968)

Modesto Relays:

1971: May 1971: Modesto Relays included a Seniors 100 yard: M40-54: G. Rhoden 104, T. Rademaker 10.6  and M55 plus:  Barnes 12.3  (May 30, 1971 San Francisco Examiner)


LA84 (Los Angeles) has a hard copy of the following document:   (Link to LA84 Library)
“Track and Field Meet Results” 1964:   Pacific Association AAU meets and records from 1933-1963. Pacific Coast College and University Championships (1919-1963), Pacific Coast College and University records, California-Stanford meets (1893-1963), California-USC meets (1907-1963), Stanford-USC meets (1907-1963), Big Ten-Coast meets (1937-1955), USSR-USA meets (1958-1963), Coliseum relays (1941-1963), Compton relays (1936-1963), Fresno relays (1927-1964), Modesto relays (1942-1964), Mt. San Antonio relays (1959-1964), Drake relays (1910-1963), Kansas relays (1923-1963), Penn relays (1893-1963):