Oh, so you want actual track and field training info. I thought you wanted sprint training for football or something. In that case, a good general book I’d recommend is the USA track and field coaching manual. It goes into decent detail about technique for all of the events in track and field including info about starts, hand-offs, and other specific skills. It also has rudimentary track and field conditioning info, which is OK but somewhat dated.
Ed Jacoby’s Complete book of jumps is also a good read, but you will probably need an actual coach to help with the jumps because it is difficult to learn them from the book alone.
Charlie Francis’s site has forums on sprint training, but the discussions can get very technical and would probably not be very beneficial to you in terms of info you can use. He does publish an OK ebook called the Charlie Francis Training System, which I found hard to follow, but has some good nuggets of info you can use.
A good forum you can learn a lot from is the elitetrack forum. It doesn’t seem as active now as it was when I regularly read it, but you can learn a lot from reading old posts.
Except for possibly the 55, strong hamstrings are essential for the rest of the events you listed. Even if you are genetically gifted with strong hamstrings, strengthening them along with the glutes will greatly improve your performance.