PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- The Penn Relays 'Wheel.'
It's one of track and field's most revered awards, owning a history that traces back more than 100 years.
Winning one, if you're lucky enough to do so at The Penn Relays, is coveted by athletes and teams from all over the U.S.
It's legacy has lasted the test of time.
This weekend, athletes and teams from the U.S. and internationally will set their sights on winning one of their own.
For more on the history of 'The Wheel,' check out this vignette by MileSplit.
For more, check our entire Penn Relays content archive:
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- Previewing the COA 4x800 and DMR at The Penn Relays
- Here Are Entries For The 4x100 And 4x400s At The Penn Relays
- The Girls 3K At The Penn Relays Is Star-Studded
- Alana Reid, Bouwahjgie Nkrumie Make History As Jamaica Preps
- Here Are Your Penn Relays HS Individual Fields
- Throwback Thursday: Gorriaran Sets 600m HS Record At Penn
- Before He Was An Olympic Champion: Rai Benjamin At Penn
- Star Lineup Announced For The Women's OP 600m