NEW YORK, NY, November 30, 2011 – Armory Foundation and Millrose Games executive director Norbert Sander, together with meet director Ray Flynn, announced today the schedule for the Millrose Games 2012 at the Armory.

“We are going to have a really special Millrose this year,” Sander says, “with a terrific afternoon and evening of first class track & field.

“Every aspect of the meet will emphasize the highest quality performances from high school to college to our professional athletes as they compete head to head on the way to the London Olympics. We will have a number of terrific athletes announced in the coming weeks.”

The Millrose Games will be Saturday, February, 11, 2012 at its new location, the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory. The country’s top men’s and women’s track & field athletes along with the finest college and high school student-athletes will showcase their talents on the “world’s fastest indoor track.’’

The road to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London runs through the Armory.

Contender for the Olympic Gold medal and current Outdoor High Jump World Champion Jesse Williams and Olympic Gold Medal challenger and reigning Indoor and Outdoor Long Jump World Champion Brittney Reese join 2008 Olympic Gold medalist Allyson Felix and World Champion/2008 USA Olympian Jennifer Simpson as confirmed participants in the nation’s premier indoor track & field event. Felix will compete in the Women’s 60m event and Simpson will participate in the Millrose Games’ first New York Road Runner’s Wanamaker Metric Mile for Women.

Tickets may be purchased online at Click on to Millrose Games for more information, including ticket prices and seating chart. Note: there is an 8 ticket limit for online sales. For group sales of more than 8 tickets please call the Group Sales at (818) 276-6790 (818-ARMORY-0).

Saturday February 11 Armory New Balance Track & Field Center

9 AM – 2 PM

Millrose Collegiate Invitational

4 PM Millrose Games

No. Event

1 Women’s Club Championship DMR

2 Men’s Club Championship DMR

3 Women’s Club Championship SMR

4 Women’s USATF Nat’l Championship 1-Mile Walk

5 Long Island HS Boys’ 4×4

6 CHSAA Girls’ 4×4

7 Long Island HS Girls’ 4×4

8 Suburban HS Girls’ 4×4

9 Metropolitan HS Girls’ 4×8

10 NYRR Youth Girls’ 4×1-lap Relay

11 NYAC Youth Boys’ 4×1-lap Relay

12 Metropolitan HS Boys’ 4×8

13 Masters Women’s 4×4

14 Masters Men’s 4×4

15 Susan Rudin Men’s 1-Mile Walk

16 Metropolitan College Men’s 4×4

17 Fastest Kid on the Block

18 Suburban HS Boys’ 4×4

19 HBCU Men’s 4×4

20 Gotham Cup Metropolitan College Women’s 4×4

21 Men’s Club Championship SMR

22 Women’s 60 Hurdles

23 Men’s 60 Dash

7:05 PM Opening Ceremony

24 Women’s Club Championship 4×200

25 Men’s Club Championship 4×200

26 John Thomas Men’s High Jump

27 PSAL Boys’ 4×400

28 Byron Dyce College Men’s DMR

29 Fred Schmertz Women’s Pole Vault

30 NYRR Wanamaker Women’s Metric Mile

31 Mel Sheppard Men’s 500 Meters

32 Men’s 5000m

33 Women’s Long Jump

34 Howard Schmertz Women’s 400 Meters

35 New Balance HS Girls’ Mile

36 Mushin Men’s 60 Hurdles

37 Women’s 60m Dash

38 Larry Byrne Boys’ HS Mile, presented by New Balance

39 PSAL Girls’ 4×400

40 HS Boys’ 60m Dash

41 HS Girls’ 60m Dash

42 Women’s 800 Meters

43 Joe Fox Memorial CHSAA Boys’ SMR presented by SuperRunners

44 NYRR Wanamaker Mile.

Following is the schedule for the Weight Throw to be held either Friday, February 10

or Saturday, February 11 at Manhattan College

11 AM

A Women’s Weight Throw


B Men’s Weight Throw

1:30 p.m.

C Girls’ Weight Throw

2:30 p.m.

D Boys’ Weight Throw


A New York City non-profit, the Armory will be the proud home of the Millrose Games beginning in 2012. With more than 100 additional indoor track & field meets, the Armory will welcome over 125,000 individual athletes. Besides its many youth sports and educational programs, the Armory runs the Hispanic Games, the New Balance Games, and the New Balance Collegiate Invitational, the largest indoor college meet in the United States. The Armory is also the home to the National Track & Field Hall of Fame.

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