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Pride Track & Field Meet registration now open

June 20, 2015 at Cox Stadium, San Francisco State University

The 8th annual Pride Track & Field Meet will be held on Saturday, June 20 at Cox Stadium, San Francisco State University. This year the Pride Meet is included in the Pacific Association USATF Grand Prix series! Registered Pacific Association athletes can earn points for individual performances equating to at least 900 points based on the IAAF Scoring Table of Athletics. $15,000 will be distributed to the top 10 male and top 10 female Grand Prix point earners at the end of the season (marks must be earned in qualifying meets through June 30, 2015 and submitted by July 30, 2015). Check out the PAUSATF website for more details! Last year, nearly 100 athletes competed at Chabot College on July 12, and some great results were produced. Notably, Irene Obera (W80) of Fremont, CA broke world records in two events: 80m hurdles and 200m hurdles with an impressive 19.62 seconds and 48.27 seconds, respectively. Meet results are posted in the Pride Track & Field Meet Results page, so be sure to check them out.

For details about this 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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Get ready for competition

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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If you are not quite ready for competition but want to train, join San Francisco Track and Field Club. We have training program for all ages, abilities, races and genders.