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Track & Field Established 1989

Meet Procedures

Athlete Instructions
Organizing approximately 275 athletes (children) is a complicated task.  Please adhere to the following:
1. At every meet, we will have a tent area for each age group (when the meet allows them).  To keep from searching for athletes for events or missing events, we ask that each athlete stay close to the age group tent/area or let the coaches know where you will be at all times.

2. Every athlete should report to the coach for group warm-up at least 30 minutes prior to an event.

3. An Event Tags will be issued for each event at the beginning of the meet.  Tags are worn on the jersey and have the event and the athlete’s Conference ID number.  No one may compete without this tag.

4. Athletes in running events must stay in their lane after the race is completed until their tag has been removed by the official lane tag puller.

5. In the majority of races, athletes are assigned a lane.  Do not leave this lane, run on curb or cross the lines, or you may be disqualified.

6. Rules and regulations for the judging and running of events will be in accordance with the established and published by the Southern California Youth Track and Field Conference.  (The rules are published at

Uniforms will be issued before the first track meet.  They consist of a jersey and running shorts.  Athletes are required by the Conference to wear this uniform, and athletes will not be able to compete without the uniform.  Shirts must be tucked in.  Undershirts are allowed and must be consistent with team colors, yellow, blue, black or white.

Each age group team competes against the same age group team from opposing clubs.  To ensure fair competition, athletes are grouped by time in each individual event.  If an athlete does not have a time in that event they will be placed in the last heat designated with “NT” or No Time.  

Event Sign-ups 
Athletes choose the events that they will participate in on a weekly basis.  They will sign-up on line for the events by the Wednesday prior to that meet.  If an athlete signs up to be part of a relay team, they must stay for that event. 

Gremlin Events
The Gremlins may participate in a maximum of three events.  Gremlins compete in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 4x100m Relay and the Long Jump.

Bantam Events
The Bantams may participate in a maximum of four events, one of which must be a relay.  Bantams compete in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 4x100m & 4x400m Relays, High Jump, Long Jump and Shot Put.

Midget, Youth & Intermediate Events
These three age groups may compete in any of the thirteen track and field events. The maximum is four events, one of which must be a relay (except Intermediates). 

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