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10th Annual Pride Meet on June 17, 2017

Pride Meet will celebrate its 10th anniversary next year. In preparation for making Pride Meet even more special, we decided on the date for next year’s meet early. We plan to return to San Francisco State University’s Cox Stadium. We hope to see you there!

Bernhard’s American Record in Mile highlights 9th Annual Pride Meet

Tom Bernhard capped off the 9th Annual Pride Meet at San Francisco State’s Cox Stadium on July 23, with a pending American Record in the M65 Mile. His 5:11.74 bested the current record of 5:12.21 set back in 2007 by Frank Condon and currently tops the world rankings. Bernhard’s AR wasn’t the only global chart-topper coming out of this year’s Pride Meet. Nancy Thomas’s 5:17.06 for the W45 Mile put her atop the world rankings and was less than 10 seconds shy of Jeanne Lasee-Johnson’s 5:07.76 W45 American Record. Ian Reed’s 29.40m for the M85 Discus was good enough to earn him a #1 ranking and was just 141 centimeters off Ross Carter’s American M85 Discus Record of 30.81m.

For results about this year’s meet, please visit the Results page. Pride Meet 2016 photos are available, courtesy of Craig Wingate. For the next year’s meet, look for future communication by visiting this website or liking our Facebook Page. We also invite you to visit San Francisco Track and Field Club website and find our up-coming events and fundraisers.

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If you are new to Pride Track & Field Meet, find out what events we offer and what level of competition you can expect. This is a USATF-sanctioned event, and it attracts athletes from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. The Pride Track & Field Meet is designed to provide athletes of all sexual orientations with an opportunity to compete together in a welcoming environment. We proudly serve both the LGBT sport community and the general track & field community.

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