Many Voices, Many Visions
10:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Arthur Ross Gallery, 220 S. 34th St.
The director of athletics and recreation discusses COVID-19’s impact on college sports, her work with the NCAA, changing eligibility and compensation guidelines, and why the college basketball season may end with May Madness instead of March Madness.
On April 24, the iconic Penn Relays go online. The digital event will feature a Minecraft competition, virtual tables, and a workout class.
Penn, the Ivy League, and the NCAA made the calls to help stop the virus’ spread.
The Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Pennsylvania has announced that the 2020 Penn Relays, scheduled for April 23 through 25, has been canceled due to the evolving coronavirus public health threat.
The middle-distance runner became the first Penn athlete to win College Athlete of the Meet.
For 125 years, the nation’s largest outdoor track and field event has convened on Franklin Field for Penn Relays, come rain or shine.
On Thursday, April 25, the 125th running of the Penn Relays takes its mark at Franklin Field. Tens of thousands are expected to attend from across the globe.
The historic stadium, home to the University of Pennsylvania Quakers and the Penn Relays, is celebrating its quasquicentennial. It is the oldest college stadium in the country.
The 124th running of the Penn Relays featured athletes from more than 200 colleges, 1,000 high schools, and professionals competing in the three-day festival.
Letting go of this weekend’s Penn Relays, canceled by COVID-19 for the first time in their 125-year history, will sting harshly. By carrying on through past wars and national emergencies, the annual track and field extravaganza has enthralled millions, legitimized the sport in the U.S. and advanced racial integration.
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The U.S. women's relay team clocked a new world's best title, from handoff to home stretch.
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