Today, it’s back to Canada and the site of yesterday’s Harry Jerome Track Classic, the fourth and final meet of Canada’s National Track League. Swangard Stadium is a city owned facility, that first opened in 1969. It has a seating capacity of just over 5,000, and it is used for both track and field as well as soccer. This is a great looking track, placed in a beautiful setting among the pine trees. Below is a video of a youth race from 2013 where you can get a great look at this track. Being from a northern climate myself, I really like how this one looks.