Qualilfier for Region 1 championship and Nationals
USATF New England Junior Olympic Track & Field Championship
Saturday, June 22, 2024
Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg MA
New England entry opens on athletic.net May 1, 2024
Entry deadline is Wednesday, June 19,12:00 noon.
MEET INFORMATION PAGE and SCHEDULE
will be posted in April 2024
The meet is open to all youth with no qualifying standards.
All entrants must be current 2024 USATF members with date of birth verification.
HOW TO UPLOAD your DOB Verification: Video
AGE DIVISIONS UPDATE
Divisions are based on year of birth (age on December 31)
8/under - Born 2016 and later
9-10 - Born 2014 and 2015
11-12 - Born 2012 and 2013
13-14 - Born 2010 and 2011
15-16 - Born 2008 and 2009
17-18 - Born 2006 and 2007, and born after July 28, 2005
Entry requirements for the USATF-NE Junior Olympic Championship
Entry will open May 1 and close Wednesday, June 19 at 12:00 noon
Entry is online only using athletic.net
Entry fee is $8 per individual event. There are no fees for relays.
Ages 11/12 and under may enter up to 3 events including relays
Ages 13/14 and over may enter up to 4 events including relays
Relays count as an event as do those events entered by waiver.
The combined events (triathlon/pentathlon/heptathlon/decathlon) do NOT count against the maximum.
Events with Waivers To Region 1
The 4x800m relay, steeplechase, and combined events are not contested at the New England meet. Those interested in advancing to Region 1 in the events may request a waiver. Email the request to email@example.com before June 19
Individuals entering events via waivers into the Region 1 meet must still enter and pay the fee for those events for the New England meet. The 'waiver' fee for combined events (decathlon/heptathlon/pentathlon/triathlon) is $8. There is no fee for the 4x800.
Qualifying for Region 1
The top _8_ (eight) finishers in each age group in each event at the New England meet qualify for the Region 1 Championship in New York City July 11-14
Qualifying for Nationals
The top _5_ (FIVE) finishers in each age group in each event at the Region 1 meet qualify for the National Championship in College Sation, Texas
July 11-14 - USATF Region 1 Championship
Icahn Stadium, New York City
July 22-28 - USATF National Junior Olympic Championship
College Station, Texas
Notes on popular questions
- Parking - No fee - park as directed in the Wallace Civic Center lot
- There is no admission fee to the meet.
- There is a concession run by Fitchburg State.
- No glass bottles may be brought in to the stands or competition areas
- Throwers must bring their own implements. Weigh-in will be located next to registration
See the USATF-NE online schedule for other youth track and field meets in the New England association
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