Real Training from Colorado wins the Girls 4×400 meter Relay

For Immediate Release

Date: 2/17/17

Contact: Levi Gribas



Real Training from Colorado wins the Girls 4×400 meter Relay


Pocatello, Idaho – The Real Training track team from Colorado won the girls 4×400-meter relay final at the 2017 Simplot Games.


Jamie Hegg, Maleigha Menegatti, Cammy Manes and Mary Gillet all came together from scattered cities across Colorado to run a 3:58.52.


“We are very team driven,” Manes said. “We don’t run for ourselves, we run for the team.”


The athletes expressed that they are extremely proud of their home state and were very happy with their sub-four-minute performance at Simplot Games.


“The energy here is insane, it got me so hyped every day to be here,” said Gillett.


Jamie Hegg is from Boulder; MaLeigha Menegatti is from Pueblo; Cammy Manes is from Longmont; and Mary Gillet is from Niwot.


More than 2,200 athletes came from across the U.S., Canada, and Australia to participate in the 39th annual Simplot Games. Simplot Games remains the nation’s premier high school indoor track and field event. Sponsored by the J.R. Simplot Company since 1979, the Simplot Games are held at Idaho State University’s Holt Arena in Pocatello, Idaho.


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