The Adidas Dream 100 and Dream Mile have been very kind to Florida athletes over the past five years in the events history that featured both races.In 2010, Shelby Hates competed in the first individual high school race at the Adidas Grand Prix's Dream Mile in New York City and finished second.Since then Florida sprinters have won six Dream 100 titles (three boys and three girls).This year's event will feature five Florida athletes in the Adidas Boost Boston Games.The station has its roots as Mellow 1557 on 1557MW in 1990.On September 1, 1998, it was sold by Radio First to Tindle Radio Ltd and later in 1998 became an FM station.If you're near a computer, you can also listen live through our Radioplayer - click here to listen live.Whether you're on the move or relaxing at home, you can also listen on our dedicated app.
Since the inception of sister station Town 102 in Ipswich in 2006, Town 102 has taken over the South Suffolk broadcasting area, leaving Dream 100 to focus on North Essex.
Sunshine state sprinters have brought back the belt in 2012 (Levonte Whitfield) and 2014 (Kendal Williams).
On the girls' side, Florida Gator Shayla Sanders won in 2012 while 18 year old Nike professional Kaylin Whitney won the meet in 2014 and owns the fastest time of 11.27 by a Floridian. Sophomore Anthony Schwartz of American Heritage who boasts a 10.27w PR will be number 20 when he lines up Saturday in Boston.
Girls Dream 100m Champion Kaylin Whitney poses with coach Damu Cherry-Mitchell and dad Duwayne Whitney while boys Dream 100 champion Kendal Williams holds his victory flowers after winning in 10.46 seconds.
(Photos courtesy of Ken Williams)Current Adidas professionals Marvin Bracy and Octavious Freeman won the first meet back in 2011 with times of 10.47 and 11.78 in their junior and senior seasons respectively.