All eligible members of USATF and eligible members of other IAAF member federations may compete in these Championships. However, only U.S. citizens may score or win Championship medals. Non-U.S. citizens must enter the Championships using the paper mail-in entry form (online entries are not available).
Online entry is the preferred method of entry.
A 2012 USATF membership is required to enter (please join online if you are not a member). To enter online, you will be required to provide your 2011 USATF membership number and password (click here to retrieve your password if you don't know it).
A Help Line is available for those who need help with the entry process. For assistance call 317-713-4685 during normal business hours, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. For entries close to the deadlines: although we will make every reasonable effort, we cannot guarantee responses to requests for passwords. Please enter early!
Non-U.S. citizens who live outside the United States: Entries must be submitted using the printable individual entry form. Online entries are not available. Please note that your name will not appear on the Status of Entries page for the Championships. Please allow 2-3 weeks for processing before sending a request for your entry confirmation.
Entry Deadlines and Fees
* An additional $10 per athlete will be charged for the required National Masters Track & Field Committee surcharge.
All fees are non-transferable and non-refundable. No entry will be considered completed unless it is accompanied by full payment of fees and all required documents (see below).
Online entries must be paid for by credit card (Visa - the only card accepted by USATF) or electronic funds transfer ("electronic check"). Paper entries must be paid for by check or money order. Please make checks payable to "Seattle Masters AC."
Other Required Documents
USATF also recommends athletes bring a copy of their proof-of-age document to packet pick-up as a back-up measure--a proof-of-age document is required prior to receiving competitor packets.