If you want to see how fast you are or you do not like running in the cold air, try an indoor track meet at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex (“PGS&LC”). PGS&LC is convenient for track and field athletes from Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC. While the track itself is not banked, it is fast, well maintained, and there are bleachers and a high ceiling so that you do not feel cramped or unable to breath. Plus there is an outdoor track outside and plenty of space to warm up and cool down.
The facility is located on approximately 80 acres adjacent to the Washington Redskins’ FedEx Field in Landover, MD. Indoor track meets are run throughout the winter months, with special events for masters athletes, kids and high school athletes. The track features a newly installed 200-meter Mondo Super X Synthetic surface. Competitors are allowed to use a maximum 1/4 inch pyramid spikes ONLY! Be sure to check out the 2010/2011 indoor track and field meets scheduled, featuring the areas finest high school and collegiate athletes. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau of the Herndon law firm ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. has competed at the Complex many times. Last winter the PGS&LC hosted the indoor Masters National Track & Field Championships. The development concept for the Complex is a mix of publicly and privately owned and operated facilities on the site, which is owned by The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission.