Border Association Officers and Sports Chairpersons

Information on Sanctioning a Road Race or Track Meet

Club/Team Contact Information
Link to USATF

Individual and Club Membership

Officials section of the USATF website

Ethical Code of Conduct & Sportsmanship

National Calendar of Events

Border Association Bylaws
2011 Financial Report
2013 Budget

Coaches section of the USATF website

2014 JO Track & Field Schedule

Border Association Junior Olympic Track & Field
Championships, Meet Records 2013

2013 JO Cross Counrty

2012 JO Cross Counrty

USATF Region 10 Junior Olympic Track & Field
Meet Records 2011

Open / Masters

Road Races sponsored by Run El Paso

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USA Track & Field's mission is to continue its leadership role as the world's preeminent national governing body in Athletics -- from the grassroots to the elite level. USA Track & Field will provide opportunities for athletes of all ages to pursue excellence in long distance running, race walking, and track and field in the USA.

USA Track & Field is the national governing body for long distance running, cross country, track and field, and race walking -- and is United States' member of the International Amateur Athletic Federation, the world governing body for Athletics, as will as a Group A member of the U. S. Olympic Committee.

The Border Association

The Border Association is a member association of USA Track & Field representing the geographic area of the following counties in the state of Texas: El Paso, Hudspeth, Culberson, Jeff Davis, Presidio, Brewster, Terrell, Pecos and Reeves. Our members compete in many different disciplines and age groups. The Border Association/USATF oversees and administers programs in track and field, long distance running, ultrarunning, race walking and youth athletics. The Border Association sanctions many athletic events annually, providing much-needed liability insurance to event managers and host communities. Border is part of USATF's Region 10. This region includes four other associations: Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.