Three of the World's top track and field stars headline the Olympic Development Women's 600m this year at the Penn Relays, the event announced on Friday.
American middle-distance star Ajee Wilson and Jamaican national-record holder Natoya Goule, two Olympians who competed at the distance last year, return in 2023 alongside On Athletic Club's Sage Hurta-Klecker.
Hurta-Klecker, a graduate of the University of Colorado who won the 800m at the Penn Relays a year ago and also claimed two NCAA titles, will add electricity to the field.
Goule, a two-time Olympian, is the top returner, having finished second in the race last year to American Athing Mu. She ran a personal best time of 1:24.09 at Franklin Field.
Hurta-Klecker won the 800m a year ago in 1:59.76 and currently ranks seventh in the world with a time of 1:57.85.
The Olympic Development Women's 600m is scheduled for Saturday, April 29.
- You can now officially land your passes for the three-day event in April. You can find them here.
- Penn Relays Homepage
- Penn Relays Tentative Schedule