USA Track & Field, Arizona

2010 Junior Olympic Championship

Sponsored by USA Track & Field, Arizona Association

Bob Flint, AZ USATF Office

Cassandra Cline, Youth Chairperson

DateSessionTimeSiteAge Divisions
June 19 & 20 One
Saturday 8:00 A.M. Start
Saturday 6:00 P.M. Start
Sunday 8:00 A.M. Start
Mesa Community College
1833 W Southern
Mesa, AZ 85202
Bantam through Young Men/Women

Eligibility: Competition is open to all Arizona youth athletes who will not reach their 19th birthday on or before August 1, 2010. (The last day of the National JO Track Meet). USA Track & Field membership is required. Membership and entry must be completed prior to the entry deadline. To represent a club or organization, that group must be a a current member in good standing, with USA Track & Field.
Age Groups: Competition will be conducted in the following age groups: Bantam, Midget, Youth, Intermediate, and Young Men/Women.
Proof of Age: All athletes must submit proof of age with their entries, (unless previously submitted). Acceptable proof of age: copy of birth certificate, passport, drivers license, certifiied baptismal record, U.S. Government identification. No originals ate to be submitted, only copies, which will not be returned.
Entry Fee: $3.00 per individual event, $12.00 per relay team.
Make checks payable to USATF-Arizona
Entry Deadline: All entries will be done on-line at the new link CoachO Entries
The on-line entry deadline is Midnight (MST) Wednesday June 16th. To enter, select the URL above, select the date of the meet and follow the instructions. Corrections will be accepted until noon Friday June 18th by the Association office, (480) 949-1991.
Entry Limits: Bantam, and Midget - three events including relays.
All others - four events including relays. Relay team members must wear a top and shorts of the same color.
Facilities: Nine lane all weather track. Runway and ligh jump area are all weather. Shot Put and Discus are are concrete. Spikes 1/4 or less will be allowed. Tents will only be allowed in the upper 10 rows of the stands, and on the grassey area around the track.
Timing: FinishLynx timing with hand timing back up.
Awards: Junior Olympic medals will be awarded to the first 3 place finishers in each event, including relays. Ribbons will be awarded to the 4th thru 6th place finishers.
Rules: Current USA Track and Field youth athletic rules will govern. Only competing athletes will be permitted on the track or infield area, except for medical emergencies.
Protest: All protests must be made in writing, to the referee, not later than 30 minutes after the results of an event have been announced. Proper rule reference must be cited. All protests must be accompanied by a $50.00 cash deposit. Deposit will be refunded if protest is upheld, forfeited if protest is denied.
Check In
Two calls will be given for each event. Athletes in running events must report to the clerk of the course, ready to compete, and stay in the area.
Check In
Field event athletes must report directly to the official in charge of their field event. Athletes competing in a running event, while their field event is underway, must notify the official in charge of their field event, and ask permission to leave before reporting to the clerk for their running event. Athletes must report back to their field event within 5 minutes of completion of their runing event. All contestants will be given three trials in each field event (except the High Jump and Pole Vault). The athletes attaining the best eight marks(including ties) will advance to the finals, for three final attempts. Preliminary marks will be counted in final placement for all athleties advanceing to the finals. All throwing implements will be certified prior to use.
Implements /
Check in will be one hour before the start of the meet. Competitors may bring their own implements or use those provided. Once am implement is certified for competition and used for such, it becomes meet property until the completion of competition, except for javelins and vaulting poles, which remain private property.
Starting Blocks: Must be used for all running events of 400 meters or less, including the lead off leg of the 4x100 and 4x400 relays, for age groups Intermediate and Young Men/Women. Only starting blocks supplied by the school will be allowed.
Warmup: Once the meet begins, no warm up will be allowed on the track or infield.
Conduct: Coaches, team leaders, and parents are responsible fot the conduct of all their athletes. Failure to maintain proper control and to display good sportsmanship/could result in disqualification from the meet.
Regional JO
The Region X Junior Olympic Championships will be held at Colorado State University, Pueblo, Colorado July 10 & 11. The Combined Events will be help Thursday and Friday, July 8 & 9. The first three finishers in each event at the Arizona JO Championships will be eligible to advance to the Regional Meet. In the event that one of the first three athletes does not enter by the deadline, the fourth place athlete will be notified that they are eligible to attend the Regional.
Entry procedures have not been finalized at this time, but will be posted as soon as they become available.
National JO
The National Junior Olympic Championships will be held at Sacramento City College, Sacramento, California, July 27 through August 1. Information for the can be found by choosing Information. The first three finishers in each event, by age group, at the Regional meet will be eligible to advance to the National Championships. The combined Events will be held July 28 & 29. The first two finishers at the Regional meeet will automatically be eligible to advance to the National Championships. A third athelete may qualify by meeting the performance standard at the Regional.
Entry procedures for the National meet have not been finalized.
Entry must include: Individual Entry Form and/or Relay Entry Form, entry fee, and proof of birth date.

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