A follow-up collection of the best shots from the regular events is coming soon, but for now please enjoy these images...
The hunter and the hunted
Kelly Barrows was the smallest individual in the competition but had no problems getting height on her long jump.
Nobody could wind up and sling it like Zack Bornstein
A little-seen, but neverthless effective, high jump technique these days
I think this means she likes the throw
When most of the rest of the competitors had bowed out or were scraping the bar, Anyah Nutter still had room to spare
Jerrick Powell opened the competition taking a bow in the 100
Ashtin Zamzow - hurdle menace
It's hard to catch Tiana Bonds on terra firma in a multis competition, but here she settles back to earth for a moment
Rachel Sharpe was new to the javelin but was in no mood to take any guff from the implement
Most photo bombs don't work out nearly this well--the repetition is form is very intriguing here
Hayden Ashley turns it on in the 400
Jaida Lemmons powers her way through the long jump
When you're more experienced with pole vault, or so I'm told, you don't watch the bar, but, for being new to the event, Cordell Davis made exceptional progress with the PV on Friday
Sometimes it's fun just to take a different perspective on an event.
Train Strosser had easily the best throwing expressions of the entire event
Even in an event as primal as the javelin, the pinky can still play an important role
Kaylee Hinton at the shot put ballet
This one is from general practice while the multis were going on and not a regular multi competition, but I love the image nevertheless