Meet Information



The 14 thAnnual John Hay Memorial

Pennsylvania Distance Festival

                                                                        Presented by Hoka One One

When:  Friday, May 31, 2019

Where:  Henderson High School in West Chester.

Entry

Information:  Enter through

Pamilesplit.  Entries close at 7PM on Thursday,

May 30. Race entry fee due on check in.  Event

assignments will be posted by 9AM on May 31 at www.runccrs.com.

Payments should be made at the meet. Cash or checks made payable to CCRS.


What:  A post-season opportunity for elementary,

middle school, high school, college and

post-collegiate distance runners to compete on

a lightning fast track.

Cost: $10.00 per

event.  $20 for an unlimited number of

events.

Concessions will be sold at the meet.

Admission-$5

Order of

Events: Heets will be co-ed based on seed time. 

Slow heet 1st.

5:45PM-Open 400m                                    

5:55PM-The Pinnacle Performance Open 800

meters          

6:20PM- Chester County Racing Services 200

meters                        

6:30PM- The Move Health and Sports Open Mile

7:10PM-The Warner Hotel 3000 meters

7:20PM-The Brandywine Heating and Air

conditioning Elite men's 1500m

7:27PM- Elite Women's 1500m

7:35PM-John Hay Scholarship Presentation

7:40PM-Hoka Henderson Battle Royale/Last Man

Standing-2 Miles-Entries closed

7:55PM-The West Chester Mile Elite High School

Boys Mile

8:05PM-The Burkholder Brothers Elite High

School Boy's 800 Meters

8:11PM- Elite Women's 800 meters(non-elite 800m

runners will be placed in the open 800)

8:16PM- Joe Plevelich Elite men's 800 meters

8:22PM- The Hoka Open 5000 meters.



Please e-mail Kevin Kelly at kkelly1@wcasd.net for

questions about the meet.  All meet

details will be updated at www.runccrs.com.

There will a

limited amount of race night registrations. 

Registration for all will close at 5:45PM. 



Elite High School girl milers will be placed in the open

mile.  Athletes not belonging in elite races will be placed in the appropriate open race.



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