Millrose Games Tickets
Event: Millrose Games
Location: The Armory New Balance Track & Field Center
Sport: Indoor Track and Field
Level: Professional/High School
Sponsors: Columbia, NewYork-Presbyterian, New Balance, The Rudin Family, EnergIce, Coca Cola, USATF Championship Series
Famous Athletes: Allyson Felix, Ajee Wilson, Laura Muir, Sandi Morris, Kenni Harrison, Nia Ali, Elinor Purrier, Omar McLedo, Donovan Brazier, Nick Willis, Chris O’Hare, Paul Tenaui, Michael Saruni, Brittany Brown
Millrose Games TicketsSome of the best athletes from all over the world come together to compete in track and field events at the Millrose Games. This year’s NYRR Millrose Games will be the 113th competition in event history, with 31 Olympians in attendance. The indoor track and field competition hosts a variety of events including sprints, long distance, relays, throws, jumps, pole vaulting and more. In addition to all the professional events, there is also a variety of special events including younger athletes such as the Flying Circus Elite Junior Boys’ Pole Vault, Kenny Dwyer Junior Girls’ Triple Jump, New Balance Invitation High School Girls’ 4 x 800-Meter Relay, Devon Martin Women’s Long Jump, Allan Steinfeld Invitational Men's Mile, New York Yankees Junior Boys’ Triple Jump and so much more. Gt your Millrose Games tickets at StubHub.
What is the history behind the Millrose Games?The Millrose Games is the "World’s Longest Running and Most Prestigious Indoor Track & Field Competition." Millrose Games posts all the results from their years of competition online, starting with 2007 until present day. For its 113 years of existence, the Millrose games has hosted athletes to compete in Madison Square Garden from 1914 to 2011 and now hosts at The Amory’s New Balance Track and Field Center in Washington Heights.
What is the order of events in this year’s Millrose Games?This year’s Millrose Games will take place on Thursday, Feb. 6, and Saturday, Feb. 8. Events on Thursday are from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. and include Women’s Weight Throw, Men’s Weight Throw, Flying Circus Junior Girls’ Pole Vault, Junior Girls’ Weight Throw and Junior Boys Weight Throw. Saturday is the biggest day of the competition, with more than 60 events taking place. Many of the special events that feature the younger athletes take place between 11:30 a.m. and 3:50 p.m., which includes the opening ceremony. The professional events take place after 3:50 p.m., with the national anthem at 5:29 p.m. and the last event at 5:50 p.m.
What does a day at the Millrose Games look like?Spectators are able to view the competition inside the Armory New Balance Track & Field Center from either the balcony level or the Track Level for an up-close-and-personal view. There is a variety of seating options that allows each person to sit near the event or historical place of their preference. The opening events feature young rising athletes such as high schoolers competing for some of the highest awards in track and field. Following the opening ceremony, fans will see the athletes begin with the George Hirsch Men’s 60-meter hurdles. After the hurdles, there are the short distance events, the relays, shot put, mid distance events, long distance and then the national anthem. Following the national anthem, the final long-distance events occur with the NYRR Women’s Wanamaker Mile, Jack and Lewis Rudin Women’s 800-Meter Run and the NYRR Men’s Wanamaker Mile.
Who competes in the Millrose Games?The Millrose Games hosts a variety of athletes from high schoolers to Olympians. This year’s event will have 16 female and 15 male Olympians competing, with some of the most notable athletes in the field, including Allyson Felix, Nia Ali, Brittany Brown, Filip Ingebrigsten, Nick Willis and Paul Tanui.
Where can I get Millrose Games tickets this year?You can find your Millrose Games tickets for this year at Stubhub, the world’s biggest ticketing marketplace.
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