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Competition Information

Athlete Check-in

All athletes must report to the staging area 30 minutes before the start of their races - only competing athletes are allowed in this area. Please observe all areas that are roped off and please obey all course monitor directions. Individuals and teams will have designated starting positions. Positions will be assigned randomly and will vary for each race. Clerks will be assigned to each box at the line. In the event of any position changes, teams and individuals are expected to follow any directions given by the clerks or other any USATF or meet personnel.

Bib Numbers

Athletes must wear the bib number assigned to them. If the number is lost or forgotten, a replacement number can be supplied for a charge of $10 at packet pick-up or at the clerk's tent on the day of the race.

The bib number must be worn on the front of the athlete's outer layer of race clothing and cannot be folded or altered in any way. Each number will have a pull tab at the bottom. Do not remove the pull tab on the bottom of the bib or put safety pins through the tab.

Uniforms

Each competitor on a qualifying team must have a jersey or singlet that is basically identical in color and style to those worn by his/her teammates. The team jersey must be clearly visible throughout the race. This means the team jersey should be worn as the outside layer of clothing if other garments are worn during the race. Athletes who are unattached or who compete for a team not in team competition may wear any apparel as long as it is safe, not offensive, and has the athlete's bib number attached to the outside layer.

Protests

A protest site will be set up at the race venue. Protests relating to matters which develop during the conduct of the competition must be made to the Referee at once and not later than 24 hours after a result has been announced. The fee to file a protest is $100. This fee will be returned if the protest is upheld.

Results

Results for each race will be posted on designated boards in specified locations at the meet venue and online at www.usatf.org.

Weather

Spokane, Washington is located in a part of the country that is lucky enough to experience ALL four seasons. The average high for December is 35. Spokane boasts 260 days of sunshine a year but also several inches of snow, so athletes should be prepared for any kind of weather for racing conditions.

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