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Jackets Conclude Rain-Shortened Florida Relays

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Georgia Tech track & field concluded Florida Relays on Saturday after rain forced the team to cut events.

The only Tech athlete to compete on the day was Matthew Mazzacano who recorded a mark of 4.76m (15’7.25″) in the men’s pole vault.

Cameron O’Neal had an outstanding day in the long jump with the second best long jump performance in our program’s history. His entire series of jumps was outstanding,” Men’s Track & Field Head Coach Grover Hinsdale said. “Tristian Autry looked great in his first 3000m steeplechase.”

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