SCHEDULE: 2012 Stanford Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational

2012 Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational
Sunday, April 29, 2012
FINAL Schedule of Events (times in PT):

Running Events

3:20PM Women's  100 Meters

3:23PM Men's 100 Meters

3:28PM Women's 100m Hurdles

3:33PM Men's 110m Hurdles

3:38PM Women's 400 Meters 

3:41PM Men's  400 Meters 

3:45PM Men's 200 Meters

3:50PM Women's Steeplechase (Section 3)

4:04PM Men's Steeplechase (Section 3)


4:17PM Women's  1500 Meters (Section 6)

4:23PM Women's  1500 Meters (Section 5)

4:29PM Women's 1500 Meters (Section 4)

4:35PM Men's 1500 Meters (Section 6)

4:40PM Men's 1500 Meters (Section 5)

4:45PM Men's  1500 Meters (Section 4)

4:52PM Women's 800 Meters (5 Sections) - Fast to Slow

5:08PM Men's  800 Meters (5 Sections ) - Fast to Slow


BREAK Senior Recognition


5:40PM Women's 5000 Meters (Section 3)

5:58PM Men's 5000 Meters (Section 3)

6:17PM Womens'  400 Meter Hurdles

6:22PM Women's Steeplechase (Section 2)

6:36PM Women's Steeplechase (Section 1)

6:50PM Men's Steeplechase (Section 2)

7:02PM Men's Steeplechase (Section 1)

7:16PM Women's 1500 Meters (Section 3)

7:22PM Women's 1500 Meters (Section 2)

7:28PM Women's 1500 Meters (Section 1)

7:34PM Men's 1500 Meters (Section 3)

7:40PM Men's 1500 Meters (Section 2)

7:46PM Men's 1500 Meters (Section 1)

7:54PM Women's 5000 Meters (Section 2)

8:13PM Men's 5000 Meters (Section 2)

8:31PM Women's 5000 Meters (Section 1)

8:50PM Men's  5000 Meters (Section 1)

9:08PM Women's Kim McDonald Memorial 10,000 Meters

9:45PM Men's Kim McDonald Memorial 10,000 Meters

10:20PM Men's 10,000 Meters (Section 2)

10:55PM Women's  10,000 Meters (Section 2)


Field Events

1:00PM Women's Hammer Trials & Finals

1:30PM Men's Javelin Trials & Finals

2:00PM Women's Pole Vault

2:30PM Men's Hammer Trials & Finals

3:00PM Women's Discus Trials & Finals

4:00PM Women's High Jump

4:30PM Women's Triple Jump Trials & Finals

4:30PM Men's Discus Trials & Finals

5:00PM Men's Pole Vault

6:00PM Men's High Jump

6:00PM Women's Shot Put Trials & Finals

6:00PM Men's  Long Jump Trials & Finals

6:00PM Women's  Long Jump Trials & Finals

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