Dec | 21
Brooks Athletes, Events

Brooks PR Invitational

No tricky qualifying meets or tactical races. Brooks just wants the fastest high school athletes in the nation on the same track on the same day to see how fast they can run. On February 27th, Brooks will host the first ever Brooks PR Invitational at the Dempsey Indoor Track in Seattle, WA, giving qualifying high school athletes the chance to run fast, break their own PRs, and compete against the best of the best.

Qualified athletes will test their speeds on one of the fastest indoor tracks in the country in one of the chosen Brooks PR Invitational events: 60m, 60m Hurdles, 400m, 800m, 1600m, and the 2 mile. Each event will feature eight to 12 of the best high school runners nationwide.

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  • Arny

    I’m glad to see that Brooks is sponsoring a quality indoor High School Track and Field Meet. Why are you still featuring the 1600M event when it is not considered a valid distance by international standards (as well as Track & Field News)? You could have the 1500M or the mile. The mile while not an Olympic event is an international classic, not some contrived distance that attempts to replace the mile. The 1600M relay is not a precedant for the 1600M run. The 1600M relay is an Olympic staple.