Return To Glory All-Comers Info (2/25)
"Return To Glory" All-Comers Info
When- Saturday, February 25th, 2012 Where- John C. Fremont High School (Brand New Track Facility) Address- 7600 South San Pedro Street Los Angeles, California, 90001 Time- 8:30am Admission- $5.00 (Athletes & Fans) Spikes- 3/16 Pyramid Spikes Required All Spikes will be checked Spikes will be sold if needed (Bag of 14) $3, (Bag of 7) $2
Schedule of Events 8:30- Boys/Men's 1600 Meters 8:45- Boys/Men's 4x200 Relay 8:55- Girls/Women's 4x200 Relay 9:05- Girls/Women's 1600 Meters 9:20- Boys/Men's 300 Hurdles 9:30- Girls/Women's 300 Hurdles 9:40- Boys/Men's 4x100 Relay 9:50- Girls/Women's 4x100 Relay 10:00- Boys/Men's 800 Meters 10:10- Girls/Women's 800 Meters 10:25- Boys/Men's 100 Meters 10:40- Girls/Women's 100 Meters 10:55- Boys/Men's 400 Meters 11:10- Girls/Men's 400 Meters 11:25- Boys/Men's 4x800 Relay 11:40- Boys/Men's 110 High Hurdles 11:55- Girls/Women's 100 Hurdles 12:05- Girls/Women's 4x800 Relay 12:20- Boys/Men 200 Meters 12:35- Girls/Women's 200 Meters 12:50- Combined 3200 Meters 1:05- Boys/Men's 8x200 Relay 1:10- Girls/Women's 8x200 Relay 1:20- Girls/Women's 4x400 Relay 1:30- Boys/Men's 4x400 Relay
*Times are approximate, meet will move according to meet contestants, we will try to stay close to schedule as possible.
Field Event Schedule
9:00am Boys/Men Long Jump (4 jumps) Girls/Women Triple Jump (4 jumps) (2 Brand New Side by Side Jump Pits)
Boys/Men Shot Put (4 Throws)
Girls/Women's High Jump (4 jumps)
11:00am Boys/Men's Triple Jump (4 jumps) Girls/Women's Long Jump (4 jumps)
Girls/Women's Shot Put (4 Throws)
Boys/Men High Jump (4 Jumps) *All Marks will be posted & All Quality Marks will be published!!
**All Athletes compete unattached, affiliation may be reported for recognition purposes only!!!!
***Concessions will be for Sale
Contacts- Coach John Washington @ Fremont High School or Terry Kennedy at Teekayfast5@yahoo.com
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