If you have been a longtime resident of Austin, then you are very much aware of the annual Texas Relays. The 91st running of the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays is scheduled for Wednesday, March 28-Saturday, March 31 right here in Austin. The event is so big that it compares to SXSW in the droves of people that come to town. It even has the nickname, “the Circus,” because of how many people it brings to town. Originally started in 1925, the Texas Relays is one of the oldest track and field meets in the United States. It is the second largest track and field events in the country. Athletes from high school, collegiate, and even professional ranks all compete together over the four day event. For the college athletes, Texas Relays acts as sort of a test run for the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Winning at Texas sends a statement to the track & field community. The events span across each of the four days. This year’s Relays may prove to be historic as the team from University of Houston is outpacing USA Track & Field.
Mike A. Myers Stadium at the University of Texas
The schedule of events vary for each of the four days. The full schedule for the Texas Relays can be found here.
Parking information, live results, and ticket information can all be found at Texas Sports.
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