Atlanta Georgia Relays (AGR) is proud to announce their 3rd Annual International Relays track meet in Atlanta, GA, USA. Teams from across the Caribbean and the United States will converge in the Langston Hughes Stadium to participate in a two day scheduled track and field event.
This event will be held May 27th & 28th, 2017 at the Langston Hughes High School Stadium, 7155 Hall Road, Fairburn, GA 30213, USA. Teams and individuals from Trinidad & Tobago are encouraged to come and compete in this one of a kind international event. The Atlanta Georgia Relays organizers will be visiting Trinidad and Tobago from October 10-11, 2016 for presentations and to meet you; location to be announced.
In 2016, the AGR featured some of the fastest youth, professionals, and masters athletes from across the Caribbean such as Khalifa St. Fort (Trinidad & Tobago, 100m Gold Medalist at the 2015 Pan American Junior Championships), Christopher Taylor (Jamaica, 2015 World Youth 400m Champion), Richard Thomson (Trinidad & Tobago, 100m Olympic Silver Medalist). This meet will present an opportunity for athletes to display their talent in front of many different college coaches and sponsors, which will be looking for new talent to possibly offer scholarships and endorsement deals.
“The 2016 AGR event produced two of the fastest 4x100m relay times in the high school boys section this year,” said Jamaica’s Decathlete and World Championship Silver Medalist, Maurice Smith. Smith personally endorses this exceptional track event.
Our mission is to bring athletes together from all walks of life to compete fiercely with integrity and in the true spirit of sportsmanship. Atlanta Georgia Relays is sure to be one of the best qualifying track meets in the Southeast.
To register, questions, or concerns please visit our website www.atlantageogiarelays.com, email us at email@example.com