USATF-CT Open/Masters Indoor Track & Field Championship is Jan. 31st

USATF-CT has announced the 2016 Open & Masters Indoor Track & Field Championship will take place on Sunday, January 31 at 2:00 p.m. at the Floyd Little Athletic Center on the campus of Hillhouse High School in New Haven. Please see below for complete meet details.

Sunday January 31, 2016
Floyd Little Athletic Center at Hill House High School
New Haven Connecticut Check In Begins at 1:00 p.m.
All USATF Member athletes 15 years and older are invited to participate.
There are no Entry Standards


Online registration takes place here and closes on 1/27 at noon. Day of registrations will be accepted until 1:30 p.m.


Track Events Start at 2:30                                           Field Events Starting at 2:00
3000 meter run        Final               Men then Women       *Sorry Facility does not allow weight throw
1 Mile Race Walk     Final               Men/Women comb     Shot Put   Men & Women           
200m Dash               Final               Men then Women       Pole Vault  Women & Men
800m Run                 Final               Men then Women
400 Meters               Final               Men then Women        Field Events Starting at 2:00
Mile                            Final               Men then Women        Long Jump Men & Women           
55 m Hurdles           Finals Only    Men then Women        Followed by Triple Jump Men & Women
55 m Dash                Finals Only    Men then Women        High Jump Men & Women

Master events will be contested in ten-year increments 40-49, 50-59, etc., – athletes from all associations are invited to compete for medals in these events. Heats/Flights will be created based on performance competing with open athletes.  Masters awards will be determined based on age-group results. Master athletes competing in the throws must use an implement appropriate for their age if they wish to be considered for awards.

Fee: $25.00 per athlete pre-registration $30.00 day-of registration.  A valid 2016 USATF membership is required of all athletes

Contact:  Bob Fontaine USATF Connecticut General Questions  or Bill Mongovan for entry assistance.

Rules: USATF rules will be followed as found in the 2016 Rule Book

Awards:  USATF medals to first three places – USATF CT athletes only

Eligibility:  All Open & Masters  athletes over the age of 15 are eligible to compete- there are no qualifying standards. High School Athletes May compete as one of their 4 unattached meets.  They may not represent the school and may not wear their school uniform

Spikes:     1/8 inch or pyramids.  No pin spikes allowed