Jaheel Hyde will face the starter at Penn Relays 2015 on Saturday.
Hyde, who along with Michael O’Hara were deemed ineligible to compete for their high schools, will start in the Olympic Development men’s 400m hurdles.
However, O’Hara’s legal team, led by local based Attorney Donovan St. L. Williams of the firm Donovan St. L. Williams & Co., US based Attorneys Paul Greene of Global Sports Advocates and Steven Silver of McBreen & Kopko filed an emergency application in the Philadelphia Court, District of Pennsylvania and successfully challenged the PIAA’s decision to ban O’Hara from running at the Penn Relays.
They were successful in their appeal, which mean O’Hara will run at Penn Relays 2015 for Calabar.
Wolmer's, however, applied to the Penn Relays and it was accepted to allow Hyde to run in the Olympic Development race.
He will face Jeffery Gibson, Emanuel Mayers, Mario Briscoe, Brian Richards, Reggie Rucker, Kelton Cumberbatch, Sean Atkinson, Sean Atkinson, Uche Oparaku, George Erazo, Alan Laws Jr. and Assaurus Thompson.