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Welcome back to the Brooks PR Invitational, one of the world’s fastest high school track meets.

Women runners during a race
Runner hurdling

For over ten years, Brooks has hosted the nation’s top student runners as they compete and attempt to set personal records (PRs).

Runners waving

PRI showcases the fastest of the fast, hosting young runners from across the United States.

Runners crossing the finish line

FAQ

Where is the event?

Seattle, WA — the hometown of Brooks Running!

When will it take place?

The next PR Invite will take place in June 2025.

Is there an entry fee for spectators?

Nope! Everyone is welcome to attend!

What events are included?

In the high school division, athletes will compete in the 100m, 100H, 110H, 400m, 800m, 1-mile, or 2-mile. In the middle school division, athletes will compete in the 400m, 800m, or 1-mile. All events will have boys’ and girls’ races.

Who can compete?

The top 8-16 fastest US middle school and high school athletes in each event are invited to attend.

PR Junior logo
For the young and hungry only

PR Junior Meet

Middle school and youth club teams are invited to participate in the PR Junior Meet, where junior boys and girls will compete in the 400m, 800m, and mile.

Relive the action

Get pumped to watch this year’s meet by checking out the best moments from PRI 2023. Now grab your sunglasses and put in your earplugs because there will be fireworks.

Meet records

The PR Invitational’s record holders are a who’s who of track athletes. Athletes have gone onto win Olympic and World Championship medals and set World, American, and NCAA records!

Udodi Onwuzurike

100m

Girls: Candice Hill – 10.98 (2015) | Boys: Udodi Onwuzurike – 10.23 (2021, pictured)

Akala Garrett
Karamoko Sacko

100/110mh

Girls: Akala Garrett – 13.13 (2023, left) | Boys: Karamoko Sacko - 13.31 (2024, right)

Skyler Franklin
Tavon Underwood

400m

Girls: Skyler Franklin - 52.01 (2024, left) | Boys: Tavon Underwood – 45.70 (2023, right)

Donovan Brazier

800m

Girls: Alexa Efraimson – 2:03.26 (2014) | Boys: Donovan Brazier – 1:47.55 (2015, pictured)

Jane Hedengren
Simeon Birnbaum

Mile

Girls: Jane Hedengren – 4:35.69 (2023, left) | Boys: Simeon Birnbaum – 3:59.51 (2022, right)

Allie Zealand
Drew Griffith

2 Mile

Girls: Allie Zealand - 9:41.76 (2024, left) | Boys: Drew Griffith - 8:31.46 (2024, right)

Cai Culpepper
Jaelen Hunter

PR Jr 400m

Girls: Cai Culpepper - 53.37 (2024, left) | Boys: Jaelen Hunter – 48.66 (2023, right)

Cooper Lutkenhaus

PR Jr 800m

Girls: Janae Coleman - 2:09.02 (2024) | Boys: Cooper Lutkenhaus – 1:54.20 (2023, pictured)

Sean Reith

PR Jr Mile

Girls: Paige Sheppard – 4:49.79 (2023, pictured) | Boys: Sean Reith - 4:20.73 (2024)