The Buffaloes will host many Front Range schools this weekend, including region rivals Colorado State along with many unattached athletes at the CU Invitational this Friday and Saturday, April 11-12, at Potts Field. Admission to watch the event is free.

The men’s and women’s javelin and hammer throws will be contested on Friday, starting at 3 p.m. Saturday’s events will start at 11 a.m. with the shot put, discus, pole vault, long jump, high jump and steeplechase.

All events will run on a rolling schedule while the track events will follow a time schedule.

The forecast for Friday is a high of 81 F with partially cloudy skies and light wind. Saturday’s outlook is also partly cloudy with a high of 73 F and a 20 percent chance of precipitation.


11:00 Women’s Steeple

11:20 Mens Steeple

11:35 Women’s 4X100 Relay

11:40 Men’s 4X100 Relay

11:45 Women’s 1500 Meters

11:55 Men’s 1500 Meters

12:05 100 Meter Hurdles

12:20 110 Meter Hurdles

12:30 Women’s 400 Meter Run

12:40 Men’s 400 Meter Run

1:00 Women’s 100 Meter Dash

1:10 Men’s 100 Meter Dash

1:25 Women’s 800 Meter Run

1:40 Men’s 800 Meter Run

1:50 Women’s 400 Meter Hurdles

2:00 Men’s 400 Meter Hurdles

2:10 Women’s 200 Meter Dash

2:25 Men’s 200 Meter Dash

2:40 Women’s 3000 Run

3:00 Men’s 3000 Run

3:20 Women’s 4X400 Relay

3:30 Men’s 4X400 Relay

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