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For the safety of our athletes, particularly our youth athletes, USA Track & Field has committed to providing a safe environment in which our athletes compete and train. We believe this is paramount to the success of all our programs.

The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has recommended USATF implement the program in 2014 and it will be required of all Olympic national governing bodies (NGB’s) by 2015. Coupled with our Coaches Registry, our goal is to gain awareness and protect the participants in our sport at all levels, but particularly those athletes who are 18-and-under.

The SafeSport course is an online training module put together by the USOC. The course covers fourteen lesson areas that include, but are not limited to, sexual, physical and emotional misconduct; local and overnight travel; bullying and harassment. The training videos in total are approximately 90 minutes long and include four quizzes and a final exam.

All USATF National Staff, Board Members, Youth Committee members, registered agents, coaches on the Coaches Registry, youth club coaches and youth club administrators are required to complete the USOC SafeSport course no later than December 31, 2015 to maintain active status in those roles.

Visit the SafeSport website at SafeSport.org to begin the process. 
 
USATF will also be facilitating opportunities to take the USOC SafeSport course at select National events.  Details of those are listed below:


Event Date Location Time
USATF National Outdoor Track & Field Championships 6/25/15 Eugene, OR 8:30 AM
USATF National Outdoor Track & Field Championships 6/26/15 Eugene, OR 8:30 AM
USATF National Outdoor Track & Field Championships 6/27/1500 Eugene, OR 8:30 AM
USATF Hershey National Youth Outdoor Championships TBD Lisle, IL TBD
USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships TBD Jacksonville, FL TBD
USATF Annual Meeting TBD Houston, TX TBD

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