Brooks/TCA Titan Thunder Invitational

September 29, 2012 @ Fountain Creek Regional Park in Fountain, CO

Hosted by Classical Academy, The    

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Additional Information

Please note that this meet is full.

Enter up to 16 boys and 16 girls for the meet. Do not bother differentiating between varsity and JV runners. Whatever race they end up running in is the race they'll be scored in.

$125 per school

PLEASE PLAN TO CARPOOL TO THIS MEET. PARKING IS VERY LIMITED.

Varsity (run 8, place 7, score 5) and JV (run 8, place 7, score 5)

9:30 - Varsity Girls
10:00 - Varsity Boys
10:30 - JV Boys
10:44 - JV Girls

Directions from Interstate 25:

Merge onto CO-16 E via EXIT 132A toward MESA RIDGE PKWY., go 1.0 mi
Take the US-85 ramp toward WIDEFIELD/SECURITY., go 0.3 mi
Turn RIGHT onto S US-85-87/US-85 S/US-87 S., go 0.9 mi DUCKWOOD DR & S US-85-87

Unless you arrive very early or very late, you will be directed to parking from here.

Event sponsorship by RoadID


Registration help:
co.milesplit.com/articles/61621

Course Map, Start/Finish Area

Course Map, Full View

Note: Clicking on either of these course map links will bring up a pdf document that you can save and print.

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