NC State Wolfpack Raleigh Relays

RALEIGH, NC (March 21) — The Paul Derr Track is set to host the 2023 NC State Wolfpack Raleigh Relays, one of the most anticipated track and field events of the outdoor season. The three-day meeting, which will run from March 23 to 25, promises to be an exciting event, featuring some of the best athletes in the sport.

Where To Watch Live Streaming – 2023 NC State Raleigh Relays?

The NC State Wolfpack Raleigh Relays 2023 will be available for streaming via WatchESPN and ACC Network Extra on all three days and you will not want to miss the coverage, which also inlcuded live results via Flash Results | 2023 Tentative Schedule | 2023 Accepted Entries

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The exciting schedule of events will be domanited by the longer distances, but it’s also packed with a wide range of competitions, starting with the women’s Pole Vault and Shot Put, as well as the men’s Javelin Throw on Thursday at 10:00 a.m.

The track events will on Thursday will start at 4:00 p.m. with 15 sections of the men’s 1500m (one every 5-mins), while the Invitational race of the women’s 10,000m will take place at 9:05 p.m.

Friday’s schedule will kick off at 9:30 a.m. with the Discus Throw for women and the High Jump for men. The women’s 100m Hurdles will be the first track event of the day, while the men’s 110m Hurdles will take place at 12:05 p.m (these are time sections)..

Meanwhile, the final day of the meeting, which is on Saturday, will feature the 4x100m relays, 800m, 400m Hurdles, and 4x400m relays. The Long Jump and Hammer Throw are the events taking place in the field.

One of the most exciting athletes set to compete at the meeting is distance star runner Katelyn Tuohy of NC State.

The Raleigh Relays has a rich history of attracting top distance runners athletes from in the nation and the 2023 edition promises to continue this tradition, with a number of top athletes from programs such as Virginia, Tennessee, Princeton, Purdue, Villanova, Duke, Michigan States, Butler, Indiana, Georgia, Florida State, Kennesaw State, Georgetown, Notre Dame, Wake Forest and Providence, already confirmed to take part.

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