His leadership helped successfully transition the Games to the Armory Track.
The Executive Director of the Armory Foundation, Dr. Norbert Sander, made several announcements regarding the 2013 edition of the Millrose Games yesterday.
The most important was that this year’s director, Ray Flynn, will stay on as the Games’ director.
Flynn and the Armory signed a three-year deal.
“We are more than pleased to report that Ray Flynn has signed a multi-year agreement to continue as meet director of the Millrose Games,” Dr. Sander said. “Ray has done a terrific job bringing the very best of our professional athletes to this great meet. He works extremely well with our staff and brings a wealth of experience and integrity to our event.”
This year’s event, which was held at the Armory Track for the first time in its long history, enjoyed a sell-out crowd.
“It is indeed an honor to be the meet director of the Millrose Games,” Flynn said. “I am really looking forward to working with the Armory Foundation and helping continue the tradition of the Millrose Games being one of the world’s best and most entertaining meets.”
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