5 races, 5 disciplines, 1 series challenge
The USATF-NE All Terrain Runner (ATR) Series challenge runners on a variety of surfaces. Five events over five types of terrain.
Try a new type of race this year, and earn a commemorative item by completing four of the five events.
2023 ATR Series events
Website or entry info for each event is underlined
Track - One Mile or 1500m - Options - more will be added during season
(miles closed as of July 29)
Jan 29 - USATF-NE Masters Indoor Championship, Providence RI
Feb 19 - USATF-NE Open Indoor Championship. Harvard U
Mar 1 - Night at The TRACK #3 at New Balance. 630 pm
June 10 - Adrian Martinez Classic, Concord MA 400pm
July 29 - USATF-NE Outdor Championship, 1500m, Regis College
More than one mile can be contested with the best score used.
May 27 (Saturday) - Wachusett Mountain, Westminster MA. 3 mile uphill
Trail - July 29 (Sat) - Kingman Farm Trail Race, Madbury NH.
Road 8km -
August 13 (Sun) - Bobby Doyle 5 Mile, Naragansett RI
Cross Country -
Nov 6 (Sunday) - USATF-NE Championships, Franklin Park, Boston
(6km women, 8km masters men, 10km open men)
Scoring: ATR Series standings are based on the sum of “Percentile Points” achieved in a participant’s top four races.
- Percentile Points for the road, mountain, trail and cross country races are calculated for each race like a standardized test:
( (Total Finishers - Place + 1) / Total Finishers ) x 100.
Example of the Scoring System:
A runner finishing 1st of 200 finishers receives 100.0 points calculated as follows: ( (200 - 1 + 1) / 200) x 100 = 100.0 points.
A runner finishing 150th of 200 finishers receives 25.5 points calculated as follows ( (200- 150 + 1) / 200) x 100 = 25.5 points
All finishers in a given race regardless of USATF membership status count in determination of the percentile point calculation.
Percentile Points calculations will be carried to one decimal point for each race. In the case of a tie, the tie will be broken by the participants’ top single Percentile Point race score.
- Scoring for the Track race (all ages) will utilize the Masters Athletics age grading points found at world-masters-athletics.org
Eligibility: There is no fee to enter the series. Participants must have current (2023) USATF membership prior to their second series event, and enter their intent to participate in the ATR Series online no later than June 1.
Participation Declaration Form
Road / Track Time Submission Form
Or email results to Kara Haas
- Completion of 4 of 5 events earns a commemorative award
- Prize money ($100) to the top overall Male and Female scorer (4 race minimum)
- $50 to the top Male and Female scorer in the following age divisions:
40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+ (4 race minimum)
- A participant is limited to one prize money award.