Mesa Community College Track in Mesa, Arizona -
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Mesa Community College Track

400m synthetic track in Mesa, AZ
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Open to the public
Free entry
About 400m above sea level1000ft above sea level
Has lighting
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Number of lanes on the finishing straight
More than 9
John D. Riggs Stadium, West Southern Avenue, Keats Crossing, Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona, 85202, USA
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If you would like to run on other surfaces, try Fiesta Sports Complex.
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Reported public hours Mo: sunrise - sunset
Tu: sunrise - sunset
We: sunrise - sunset
Th: sunrise - sunset
Fr: sunrise - sunset

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: Reported open during the COVID-19 pandemic
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