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When it the 2023 FSU Relays and how to follow LIVE?

FSU Relays 2023 Live Results and Updates

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (March 21) – The Seminole will host the 2023 FSU Relays at the Mike Long Track in Tallahassee, Fla., on Thursday 23 March and Friday, 24 March and below you will find the complete college and invitational schedule, as well as the live result link, provided by Prime Time Timing at pttiming.com.

The collegiate competition at the meeting is by invitation only and in addition to host Florida State, athletes from the Auburn, Florida, FAMU, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Southern Miss, and Syracuse programs are also set to compete over the two days. – For more information visit the Florida State official website here

Meanwhile, the 2023 FSU Relays is also open to High School athletes who will share the track with the collegiate athletes on Friday, 24 March before having the facility to themselves on Saturday (25). Read more: How to watch the 2023 NC State Raleigh Relays?

Competition for the college athletes will start at 2:00 p.m. ET with the women’s Hammer Throw, followed by the men, while the Pole Vault for women will start at 5:00 p.m. and will be followed by the men’s competition.

Practice Times: The facility will be available for team and individual practice on Thursday, 23 March, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. To schedule additional practice time on Wednesday (Mar. 22) contact Dillon Yearby at dy22@fsu.edu by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 20th.

Thursday Schedule – March 23

2:00 pm Hammer (Women, followed by men
5:00 pm Pole Vault (Women, followed by men)
Long Jump (Women, followed by Men)
Shot Put (Women, followed by Men)

High Jump (Women, followed by Men)
7:00 pm 200m Dash (Women)
7:15 pm 200m Dash (Men)
8:00 pm 5,000m Run (Women)
8:30 pm 5,000m Run (Men)

Friday – March 24
Field Events Schedule
10:30 am Discus (Women, followed by Men)
1:00 pm Triple Jump (Women, followed by Men);
Javelin (Women, followed by Men)

Friday – March 24
Running Events Schedule

12:00 pm – 100m HH (Women)
12:10 pm – 110m HH (Men)
12:25 pm – 800m Run (Women)
12:40 pm – 800m Run (Men)
12:50 pm – 4x100m Relay (Women)
12:55 pm – 4x100m Relay (Men)
1:00 pm – 400m Dash (Women)
1:15 pm – 400m Dash (Men)
1:30 pm – 100m Dash (Women)
1:45 pm – 100m Dash (Men)
2:00 pm – 400m Hurdles (Women)
2:05 pm – 400m Hurdles (Men)
2:10 pm – 1,500m Run (Women)
2:20 pm – 1,500m Run (Men)
2:35 pm – 4x400m Relay (Women)
2:50 pm – 4x400m Relay (Men)
3:00 pm – Alumni Recognition
3:20 pm – FSU T&F Senior Recognition

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