Public Relations manager, Courtney Brooks, says patrons will be well entertained at the 10th staging of the Camperdown Classic at the National Stadium, tomorrow.

This year the events for the High school Boys and girls will be combined.

The events on the track this year are, 60, 100, 400 and 800 metres, as well as the 4-by-100 and 4-by-400 metres relays and Sprint medley.

Field events will include, high jump and triple jump.

Brooks says the meet has a history of producing outstanding performances and this year will be no different.

Brooks says athletes will be coming from as far as Japan, France, Haiti, USA and the Maldives.

He says endorsements from the J-3As and World Athletics have helped to attract some of the best junior and senior athletes.

Courtney Brooks.

Chief Organizer of the Milo Western Relays, Ray Harvey, says there’ll be something special for everyone when the 45th staging of the event takes place tomorrow at GC Foster College in Spanish Town.

Harvey says patrons will be treated to electrifying action in every category.

Harvey promises a full day of competitive action

Ray Harvey.

The country’s best junior and senior throwers will take pride of place at the King of the Ring competition at Excelsior High School, tomorrow.

Male and female high school athletes in classes 1 to 3, will compete in the Shot Put and Discus, while the Javelin will be contested by juniors in the open class only.

Meanwhile, the senior athletes, both males and females, are down to contest the Shot Put, Discus and javelin.