On your marks, get set…TRAIN for the Masters Track and Field Meet

Footrace finish line, 1925 / Seattle Municipal Archives

Are you 30 years of age or older? Does the lengthening daylight of early spring take you back to the days of your youth, when you ran in counter clockwise circles and/or threw things after school? Does the thought of a blind baton pass send tingles down your spine?

You can go back there, you know.

Seattle Parks and Recreation is once again holding their Masters Track and Field Meet at the West Seattle Stadium (4432 35th Ave SW) on Saturday, June 2, from 8:30 AM-2:30 PM. Cost is only five bucks per event (as many as you can handle; registration the morning of the event).

But perhaps you’d like to train first? Parks and Rec has you covered. You can register for their Countdown to the Meet in Eight Weeks Training1 for just $49.992.

Or maybe you just miss holding the tape. Volunteers are needed throughout the entire event (registration, field events, and timing).

For more information, contact Antoinette Daniel, Adult Recreation Program Coordinator, at 206-684-7092, or email her at antoinette.daniel@seattle.gov.


1Yes, things started a couple weeks ago, but the press release only rolled in this morning. Still a good deal.

2What’s with the infomercial price there, P&R?

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