More than 3,000 athletes, representing over 30 college and universities and 200 regional high schools, will compete in what is considered to be one of the largest indoor track and field events in the nation. The event will take place in Frisco at Ford Center at the Star.
Among some of the talented participants will be rising starts such as Jasmine Moore, a 16-year-old from Grand Prairie, who is a 2016 High School District Champion for Long Jump and Triple Jump. At 14, she was the AAU Junior Olympic Long Jump and Triple Jump Champion. Also competing will be California sensation Ty Davis, who will be threatening the indoor national long jump record. She was the 2015 World Youth Long Jump Champion with a distance of 21-feet.
Along with speed events, the classic will also feature a pole vaulting event. U.S. Olympic Bronze Medalist, Sam Kendricks will be in attendance and available for autographs. Kendricks is popularly remembered for stopping mid-run at the Rio Olympics for the National Anthem. Also in attendance will be Rio Olympian Pauls Pujats of Latvia and Aaron Unterberger, a Canadian Games Silver Medalist.
Schedule is as follows:
College Classic Meet #1 on Thursday, February 9
College Classic Meet #2 on Friday, February 10
Prep Classic on Friday, February 10 and Saturday, February 11
Pole Vaulting Event on Saturday, February 11 at 1 p.m.
More Information: www.visitfrisco.com/indoor-track-field-classic