2020 Indoor Season Key Dates To Remember

With the 2019 outdoor season having ended last October, our usual break from track and field action was abbreviated in 2020. But with a world indoor championship coming in March, not to mention the Olympic Games this summer, you can be sure that some of the top professional and collegiate athletes in the world will start popping up at events across the world very soon.

Here are the key dates for the upcoming 2020 indoor season (2020 World Athletics Indoor Tour events in BOLD):


BU John Thomas Terrier Classic - January 24-25, Boston Massachusetts (Live on Flo)


New Balance Indoor Grand Prix - January 25, Boston, Massachusetts


Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe - January 31, Karlsruhe, Germany


PSD Bank Meeting Düsseldorf - February 4, Düsseldorf, Germany


NYRR Millrose Games - February 8, New York, New York


Orlen Copernicus Cup - February 8, Toruń, Poland


USATF Indoor Championships - February 14-15, Albuquerque, New Mexico


BU David Hemery Valentine Invitational - February 14-15, Boston, Massachusetts (Live on Flo)


Iowa State Classic - February 14-15, Ames, Iowa (Live on Flo)


Müller Indoor Grand Prix Glasgow - February 15, Glasgow, Scotland


Meeting Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais - February 19, Liévin, France


Villa de Madrid - February 21, Madrid, Spain


Mountain West Indoor Championships - February 27-29, Albuquerque, New Mexico (Live on Flo)


Big Ten Indoor Championships - February 28-29, Geneva, Ohio (Live on Flo)


MPSF Indoor Championships - February 28-29, Seattle, Washington (Live on Flo)


NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships - March 13-14, Albuquerque, New Mexico


World Athletics Indoor Championships - March 13-15, Nanjing, China

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