Wichita, KS (PRWEB) May 27, 2017
From the sound of the opening starter’s pistol to the closing trophy presentations, Cox Communications is announcing double-barrel live coverage of the 2017 KSHSAA Track and Field Championships on Friday, May 26 and Saturday, May 27, 2017. The entire two-day event is available to Cox subscribers in Kansas live on YurView Channel 22 and 2022. It will also be streamed on YurView.com.
- Friday, May 26th 7:30am – 8:30pm (depending on delays).
- Saturday, May 27th 8:30am – 7:30pm (depending on delays)
“The KSHSAA is pleased to learn that Cox Communications will be providing live coverage of the Kansas State High School Activities Association state track and field championship meet on both their cable channel as well as on the web,” said KSHSAA Executive Director Gary Musselman.
Musselman added, “The KSHSAA state championship meet is one of the largest high school meets in the nation and showcases more than 3500 Kansas high school athletes representing their schools and communities. The dedication and sportsmanship displayed by these young women and men is an inspiration to all who watch. Our state meet has a rich history and tradition and we are pleased it will now be available for viewing by Kansans who are unable to attend in person.”
The event has drawn rave reviews for its color, pageantry, tradition, and high caliber competition not to mention its fast-paced organizational standards. Wichita State University’s Cessna Stadium will again host the two-day meet.
For additional event information, check out the 2017 viewing guide. For more information about YurView programming, check local listings on your Cox guide or visit YurView.com.
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