Flash 100 could be worth $500 to winner, plus $100 bonus for WR
How’d you like to make $168,000 an hour for sprinting? Actually, that’s what 10.7 seconds of work is worth for a top prize of $500 at the Flash 100 invitational March 15-16 at San Diego State University. The event is being folded into the USATF Masters Invitational
circuit overseen by Mark Cleary
. And a rough draft of the entry form shows prize money as follows: $500 for first, $300 for second and $100 for third, with $100 bonus for world age-group record. Prize money is common for masters roadies, but rare for sprinters. We used to have a $100 prize for the winner of the handicap 100 at national masters meets вЂ” organized by National Masters News. and Australia is famed for professional age-group handicap sprints. But masters sprinters rarely have a pay day, so this is momentous. Check out the original post
for more info. Kuba Wasowski
is behind event.
December 10, 2012