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Track & Field Meet 2018
California Athletics will host a track & field meet at Calvin Christian School in Escondido on Saturday, May 12 2018. The meet will start at 2:00 PM and conclude within about 2 hours for the younger athletes, and in 3 hours for the older athletes. Children from ages 5 to 18 are welcome to compete, and no experience or training is needed. It will be a friendly environment to learn how a meet is conducted. It is open to students who are home schooled, in private school, charter schools, or public school. The only restriction is that high school students competing on a CIF high school team must compete “unattached”, not wearing their school uniform unless their school season is completed. So anyone can compete! Please free to register and compete, regardless of your school background.
Please plan to arrive 30 minutes early to check in, warm up, and get your briefing from Coach Nash at 10 minutes before meet start time. Events will be announced at the meet as they are ready to begin. You only need register for your age division. You will choose your events at the meet.
The following events will be conducted by age group, and girls and boys will compete separately:
Bantam: Age 8 & under on Sept 1, 2017 (beginning of this school year). With enough participants, this age group could be divided into Sub-Bantam and Bantam. That will be decided at the meet.
100, Long Jump, and Mini-Javelin. All athletes in this age group will compete in all 3 of these events, and only in these events.
Elementary: Age 9-11 on Sept 1, 2017 (beginning of this school year):
100, Long Jump, High Jump, Mini-Javelin (300 gram), Shot Put. You may choose up to 3 events from this list at the meet, the day of the meet.
Junior Varsity (JV): Age 12-14 on Sept 1, 2017 (beginning of this school year):
100, 800, Long Jump, High Jump, Shot Put, Javelin (600 gram Olympic javelin for girls and boys). You may compete in up to 4 of these events. Choose them the day of the meet.
Varsity: Age 15-18 & under on Sept 1, 2017 (beginning of this school year):
100, 800, Long Jump, High Jump, Shot Put, Javelin (600 gram Olympic javelin for girls, 800 gram Olympic javelin for boys) You may compete in up to 4 of these events. Choose them the day of the meet.
Timing/Results: There will be no times recorded or published for any races. Any athlete desiring times should have a parent or coach time them. Field event results will be available at the meet, but not published or distributed. Get your child’s marks at the meet when the event is over.
Location: The meet will be held at the track at Calvin Christian School Escondido. The school address is 2000 N Broadway, Escondido, CA. Please do a map-quest on this address to get the best directions from your home. When you arrive, please park at the parking lot across the street from the high school, walk to the right as you face the high school, and enter the track from the right side of the high school. As you enter, look for the registration table to pay your entry fee of $10. No athlete may compete without paying the entry fee before the meet starts. Please bring exact cash for your entry fee – this will help us to expedite the check in process. ALL ATHLETES much check in at this registration table to receive your registration sticker. Without this sticker you may not compete. PLEASE REGISTER on this website IN ADVANCE!! This will expedite the check in and registration process GREATLY!! Registrations will be available on the website starting in April, 2018.
Times: The meet start time will be 2:00 PM on Saturday, May 12, 2018.
Cost: The entry fee is $10 per athlete, regardless of how many events they compete in. Athletes are limited to 3 events for Bantam and Elementary athletes, and 4 events for Jr. Varsity and Varsity. Please pay in cash (have exact change) when you arrive. Be prepared to check in at your event when it is called.
Awards: Medals will be awarded to the top 3 place finishers in each event, gold, silver, and bronze. Some events may be run together if there is less than a full field, but will be awarded separately.
Registration: Go to the home page of this website and click on REGISTER. Fill out your information, and select your age group and division from the drop down list. You will select your events at the meet. Registrations are being taken NOW!
Directions: Take your freeways to the intersection of I-15 and Hwy 78 in Escondido, go East on 78 to the first stoplight, turn left (north) on Broadway, drive about 1 mile, Calvin will be on your right side just after passing Escondido High School. Turn right in front of the school, park in the lot on your right or on the street, the track is behind the high school. Address: 2000 N Broadway, Escondido.
You may wear spikes for the meet. You may use up to 1/4″ spikes anywhere on the track or the runways. Shot Put is a concrete circles (wear tennis shoes), and the Javelin will be contested in the grass, so you may wear spikes or cleats for the javelin.
To register for the track meet go to http://www.californiaathletics.com the home page and click on REGISTER once the registrations are available. If you do not see the Meet Registration on the registration page they are not available yet. Bring with you the $10 entry fee for the meet, (exact cash please), and choose your events as the meet starts. See you at the track!
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Boys Football, Girls Volleyball, Boys/Girls Basketball, Boys/Girls Soccer, and Track
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— whiffle ball
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