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Free entry for Sir Graeme Douglas International
Due to the previous uncertainties with alert levels in Auckland, we’re delighted to announce we’re throwing the gates open for the Sir Graeme Douglas International, presented by Harcourts Cooper & Co.
Entry is now FREE for this top-class event.
Come along and watch the likes of Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallists Dame Valerie Adams and Tom Walsh, along with a host of New Zealand’s best athletes, as they compete for one of the last times on home soil before the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Gates open from 4:30pm, with the main programme starting at 6pm. If you fancy some extra action, get down to the venue early to watch qualifying and pre-meet events from 5pm.
Those who have already purchased tickets will be provided with a full refund.
If you’re coming from out of Auckland, our friends at Quality Hotel Lincoln Green are pleased to offer athletes and attendees with a special rate. Please quote the promo code ATH21 to receive 10% off when booking direct, either by phone, email or website
Quality Hotel Lincoln Green is an iconic 4-star hotel nestled in the heart of West Auckland and is located just five minutes’ walk from the Trusts Arena, making it the perfect accommodation solution. Home to 70 modern, spacious accommodation rooms, a vibrant conference centre and The Good Home Gastro pub and restaurant, you’ll enjoy quintessential Kiwi hospitality.
The live streaming on the Sky Sport Next YouTube and live broadcast on Sky Sport 9 begin at 6pm.
For a complimentary programme please click here
For more information, including the timetable and field lists, please click here
Sir Graeme Douglas International
Presented by Harcourts Cooper & Co
Saturday 27 February, 5pm
Douglas Track and Field, The Trusts Arena
Live from 6pm on Sky Sport 9 TV and Sky Sport Next YouTube
Results will be available at live.athletic.net/meets/7270
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