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2013 Duke Twilight Information
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Release: 04/02/2013
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 DURHAM, N.C. - The 2013 Duke Twilight Meet is scheduled for Sunday, May 5.  A tenative schedule of events and coach information is attached.  Flash Results will provide live results throughout the competition. 

Please check for finalized information closer to the event. 






















DURHAM N.C.- A revised schedule of events has been announced for the 2013 Duke Invitational due to inclement weather that is probable for Friday, April 5. Please see attached document for the most updated schedule. 

On April 5-6 Duke will host the Duke Invitational at Wallace Wade Stadium. This two day event consistently hosts well over 1,000 athletes from 50 different institutions.

Duke will also host the Duke Twilight, its last chance meet, on May 5, 2013 at Wallace Wade Stadium. More information will be made available closer to the event.   









































Schedule of Events l Live Results l Directions l Meet Info l Twitter 

DURHAM, N.C. - Several Olympic hopefuls and a record number of participants highlight the 2012 Duke Twilight, which is set for Sunday, May 6, 2012.  The field events are set to begin at 2 p.m., while the running events will begin at 5 p.m.

The one-day event will include a premier men's 800 meter race with Blue Devil junior and 2012 NCAA heptathlon champion Curtis Beach, two-time NCAA 800 champion Robby Andrews, 2004 Olympian and two-time U.S. 1,500 outdoor champion Alan Webb and Duke senior Stephen Clark to name a few of the impressive and deep field.

Two-time Olympian and six-time U.S. Champion Anthony Famiglietti will also be competing at Wallace Wade Stadium in the men's 3,000 steeplechase. 

Other Blue Devils set to compete include senior Cydney Ross and freshman Abby Farley in the women's 800, junior Juliet Bottorff in the 3,000, Beach and freshman Wylan Bernitt in the 110 hurdles, freshman Teddi Maslowski and sophomores Miray Seward and Hannah Goranson in the women's 100 hurdles and senior Mary Carleton Johnston will race in the longest running event of the evening, the women's 10,000.

Duke has a total of 11 competitors in the men's and women's 400, including senior Caleb Duncanson, sophomore Ben Raskin and freshmen Greg Dixon, Terrence Neal and Ian Rock on the men's side and seniors Brittany Whitehead and Nicole Ragucci along with freshmen Lauren Hansson, Daryn Howland, Elizabeth Kerpon and Alexis Roper on the women's.  Hansson, Whitehead, Ross and Kerpon will also participate in the women's 4x400 relay. 

In the field events, senior Michael Barbas will compete in the men's discus and shot put in his final home competition as a Blue Devil.  The Houston, Texas native earned second place in the shot put at the 2012 ACC Outdoor Championships a couple of weeks ago and sits in second place on Duke's all-time list.  Sophomore and second-team All-American Michelle Anumba will compete in the women's shot put and hammer throw and will be joined by sophomore Erica Brand in the shot put who will also compete in the discus throw.  Brand earned All-ACC honors in the women's discus earlier this season.

Senior Amy Fryt will compete in the pole vault with junior Emily Mattoon and freshmen Baily Murphy and Stephanie Skove.    

For a complete list of all participants click on the corresponding links.  Complete results and a full recap will be available after the conclusion of the event Sunday night. 




























2012 Duke Invite Info

Schedule of Events l Live Results l Friday Live Video l Saturday Live Video l Twitter

DURHAM, N.C.- Over 2500 participants from over 50 institutions have registered to compete at the Duke Invitational this weekend, April 6-7, at Wallace Wade Stadium. The two-day event kicks off at noon on Friday with the women's javelin and 1:30 p.m. on the track with the 400 meter dash (developmental).

Live results will be available throughout the entire duration of the meet. Live video will be available of the track at the designated times:

Friday: 4:15-6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 1:45-5:45 p.m.

For more information, see the attached links

Duke Athletics expects all guests to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner at all times before, during and after the competition. We expect all guests to treat other guests, student-athletes, coaches and officials with courtesy.

Gates (Entrance into stadium)
All gates to Wallace Wade Stadium will open 60 minutes prior to the start of competition each day. All guests and items being brought into the stadium are subject to search prior to and while in the stadium. There are gates located at the North, East and West sides of the stadium. All gates to Wallace Wade Stadium are accessible for persons with disabilities.

Parking Information
Team and General Public Parking - is available in the Blue Zone Parking located on Wannamaker Drive. Wannamaker Drive can be accessed via the Blue Zone Iron Gate on Duke University Road.

General Public Parking for Persons with Disabilities - is available in the Blue Zone lots off of Wannamaker Drive in lots B-1 and B-3. Wannamaker Drive can be accessed via the Blue Zone Iron Gate on Duke University Road. An accessible drop-off and pick-up point for persons with disabilities is available in the Blue Zone just outside the East Gate of Wallace Wade Stadium.

Parking Hours - Parking lots will open one (1) hour prior to the start of competition each day.

Parking Pricing - There is no charge to park for Duke Track and Field meets.


Prohibited Items
For the safety and game day experience of all guests, the following items are prohibited from entering the stadium:

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Artificial noisemakers
  • Balloons
  • Balls and Frisbees
  • Items obstructing sightlines of other guests (umbrellas may not be raised in the seating bowl)
  • Pets (except service animals)
  • Shoes with wheels (wheelies)
  • Laser Pointers
  • Video Cameras
  • Cameras w/lens over 4 inches
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Weapons

Ticket Information
All Duke Track and Field home meets are free of charge to fans and no ticket is needed for entry into Wallace Wade Stadium.

Seating for Persons with Disabilities
Seating for persons with disabilities is available around the stadium at the top of the seating bowl behind the following sections: 1, 2, 3, 4, 20, 21, 22, 29, and 30.

Smoking is not permitted in the seating bowl. Smoking is permitted on the concourse. Please be respectful of our non-smoking guests if smoking on the concourse above the seating bowl.