PHILADELPHIA, PA (April 27) – The 127th running of the Penn Relays, presented by Toyota, will begin on Thursday with a stacked first-day schedule. Sports fans from around the world can enjoy the live streaming coverage of the event on FloTrack. The broadcast is exclusively available to all FloTrack subscribers, and viewers can stream or cast the action on their desktop, mobile or TV. Live results (click here) and updates are also available for those unable to watch the stream.
The action will commence on FloTrack at 9:00 am ET, and you can enjoy the broadcast from anywhere. To purchase tickets for the event, please click HERE. Read more: USATF 1 Mile Road Championships results; Nikki Hiltz and Sam Prakel reclaim titles
The 2023 Penn Relays will feature several high schools, college, and professional athletes. Fans can expect some thrilling showdowns, as top high schools from Jamaica and the United States compete in relay races, while global championship medalists will compete in individual events.
Athletes such as Ajee Wilson, Devon Allen, Josette Andrews, Alonzo Russell, Natoya Goule, and many other Olympic and world medalists are set to compete. The event is set to continue until April 29.
Television Coverage of the Penn Relays on NBC Sports Regional Networks
Sports fans can also catch the event on television with the Saturday afternoon schedule from 2:00-4:00 p.m. ET. The two-hour block will air on NBC Sports regional networks in various markets, including NBC Sports Philadelphia, NBC Sports Boston (pending NBA playoffs), and NBC Sports Washington. Three of the markets will air the block live, while the other three will air it on delay with specified times.
The Penn Relays is the oldest and largest track and field competition in the United States, and this year’s event promises to be as exciting as ever.
2023 PENN RELAYS NBC SPORTS REGIONAL NETWORK COVERAGE:
- NBC Sports Philadelphia (LIVE)
- NBC Sports Boston (LIVE, pending NBA playoffs)
- NBC Sports Washington (LIVE)