By JEFFREY J. GABRIELIUDE | 10.10.2016 | 12:17:12More than a dozen local outdoor sports teams are planning to play outdoor soccer, cycling, skateboarding and even rock climbing during a four-day tournament on Friday and Saturday.
The outdoor sports tournament, which was announced in February, is being held at the outdoor sports academy’s new indoor training facility, which is scheduled to open to the public on April 30.
“This is the first time that we’ve had this kind of competition at this level,” said Kevin McPherson, an athletic trainer at the academy.
“The competition is really exciting.
It’s going to be a great experience to see a team out and compete against the best of the best in the country.””
It’s going be a real good time to come and see what the outdoor team has to offer,” he said.”
There’s no doubt the outdoor teams are going to come out and have a good time.
They’ve got the equipment and the coaches and the trainers and the facilities, so this is a great opportunity for everyone to have a fun day.”
There will be a range of teams competing for a share of a $1.5 million prize pool.
“We’re expecting to see some really great teams from the outdoor and indoor teams,” said Michael Fenton, president of the Outdoor Athletic Association of California, which runs the outdoor athletic competition.
“Our focus is on having the best teams that are up to the task.”
Hopefully, we’ll be seeing some really fun games, too.
“The first two teams will be competing for $500,000 each, while the third team will be worth $300,000.
The first team to reach the top four in the competition will win $250,000, while each team will receive an additional $50,000 prize pool for finishing top four.
The competition, which begins at 9 a.m.
PT on Friday, is expected to draw about 300 people.
The event is being hosted by the Outdoor Academy of California and the U.S. Olympic Committee.
It is also part of the Arnold Palmer Classic, which kicks off in San Diego on March 22.
The Arnold Palmer Invitational will begin in August.
The Outdoor Sports Association of the Pacific (OSAP), a non-profit organization that runs outdoor sports competitions in Oregon, Washington and California, is sponsoring the outdoor sporting event.
It also is the only organization in the U-M area that will be able to host outdoor events.”
They’re all just playing for fun and we’re all going to get to see each other compete,” said Fenton.”
I think the outdoor sport community has never had that kind of opportunity to compete with the best.”
“They’re all just playing for fun and we’re all going to get to see each other compete,” said Fenton.
The first outdoor event to be held in the Olympic village will be the 50-metre indoor javelin, which will be held at 1:30 p.m., followed by the 1-kilometre indoor marathon and then the 5k.
The next outdoor event will be on March 23 when the indoor and outdoor track and field events will be at 8:30 a.g.
The outdoor field hockey game will be scheduled for 3:30 to 4:30.
The U-march indoor and indoor track and track races will be from 1:45 p.b. to 3:45 a.p.m.; the outdoor track event will begin at 4:15 p.a.m.-5 p.p., and the outdoor running event will start at 5 p.t.