The No. 1 priority to winning a big-time race is to first get into the seeded heat where you are given the opportunity to be pushed to the limit with the very best in...
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Friday's Class Events Standards
Boys One Mile - 5:10
Boys 4x200m - 1:40
Boys 4x400m - 3:45
Boys 55m Dash - 7.30
Boys Pole Vault - 10'00"
Boys Long Jump - 18'00"
Boys Shot Put - 35'00"
Girls 1500 - 5:40
Girls 4x200m - 1:55
Girls 4x400m - 4:20
Girls 55m Dash - 8.30
Girls Pole Vault - 28'00"
Girls Long Jump - 14'06"
Girls Shot Put - 8'00"
Athletes that have exceeded these standards at any time in their careers are not allowed to compete in the Class Division on Friday.
Entry opened on November 8th on ny.milesplit.com
Note that these instructions are on the US Portal and you will have to return to your state site to actually find your team and enter the meet.
You are invited to the 19th Annual Hispanic Games on Friday, January 4th and Saturday, January 5th. The meet will be sanctioned by the National Federation of High Schools and is open to all high school age athletes competing on their high school teams.
There are some changes to the meet this year - the biggest one being the move from a Saturday-Sunday meet to a Friday-Saturday meet. Saturday's portion remains the day for varsity events while Friday's portion will serve as a freshman/sophomore/class meet. The class division standards are attached.
We'd also like to announce that long time meet director Lou Vasquez has steeped down. To honor his years of service to the Armory the meet MVP award at the Hispanic Games has been named after him.
The three featured Invitational events on Saturday will be the One Mile Run, The 400m Dash, and the all new One Mile Steeple Chase. The top 6 athletes in each event will receive glass revere bowls. The top two finishers in the Invitational One Mile will receive invitations to compete in the Millrose Games on February 16th. For more information on the qualifying procedures visit ArmoryTrack.com.
Thank you for choosing The Hispanic Games and The New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory. We look forward to seeing you.
Bassett Thompson & Tim Fulton