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Sean Simmers, Pennlive. The th Penn Relays will be held at Franklin Field in Philadelphia this weekend, bringing together thousands of athletes of all ages and ability levels for the United States' largest and oldest track and field meet. Here is a listing of all local qualifiers for the three-day event. But, small- and large-school finals in addition to the Championship of America do provide extra opportunity for American squads to advance. CD East A team typically has to run under for a chance to qualify for the incredibly competitive 4x final, run later in the afternoon on Saturday; Cumberland Valley has approached that threshold twice with a state-leading at Pan-Ram and at Ship this past weekend. State College made the Championship of America in each of the last two years, needing just under to do so in
A fan's guide to the Penn Relays
The Penn Relays , also known as the Penn Relay Carnival, is a track and field competition that takes place each year in Philadelphia and has done so since April 21, It is the oldest and largest track and field competition in the United States. Featuring some 15, participants from high schools, prep schools, colleges and track clubs, events take place over the course of the last week each April. Attendance typically tops , over the final three days, including 50,plus on Saturday.
In , there were events run at the meet and more athletes run in the Penn Relays than do any other track and field meet in the world. Historically, the event has been credited with popularizing the running of relay races. It is held during the last full week in April, ending on the last Saturday in April. Attendance typically tops , over the final three days, and has been known to surpass 50, on Saturday. When the University of Pennsylvania Track and Field committee wanted to add a little bit more excitement to their spring handicapped meet, they came up with the idea of running a relay race at the meet.