USATF.tv
NationWide

Event Listing

Event Logo 2019 USATF Pacific Northwest Junior Olympic Championships - Combined Events, Steeplechase, Hammer Throw
Sunday, June 9, 2019 - Sunday, June 9, 2019
West Seattle Stadium
Seattle, WA
On-Time Entry Deadline: 6/6/2019 7:00:00 PM
Late Entry Deadline: 6/6/2019 7:00:00 PM


IMPORTANT NOTES:
Combined Events (Triathlon, Pentathlon)

will be contested for the following divisions only - 9-10, 11-12, 13-14. A
thletes in the 15-16 and 17-18 divisions will be eligible to enter directly into the Region 13 Championships but must follow the entry procedures described below

2000m Steeplechase and Hammer Throw
The 2000m Steeplechase and Hammer Throw will be contested at this meet for the 15-16 and 17-18 divisions.
    


DIRECTIONS
West Seattle Stadium - 4432 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126


AGE DIVISIONS
Divisions  Year of Birth  Event
9-10  2009-2010  Triathlon
11-12  2007-2008  Pentathlon
13-14  2005-2006  Pentathlon
15-16#  2003-2004 Heptathlon (girls)
Decathlon (boys)
17-18#
 
 2001-2002*
 *athletes born in 2000 are also eligible if they do not  turn 19 on or before 07/28/2019
Heptathlon (girls)
Decathlon (boys)
# - athletes in the 15-16 and 17-18 divisions will be eligible to enter directly into the Region 13 Championships but must follow the entry procedures described below

ELIGIBILITY
USATF Membership:  A current 2019 USATF membership is required of all athletes. Before registering for events an athlete must obtain a membership number at http://www.usatf.org/membership.  Cost is $20.00.  
 
Citizenship: Only U.S. Citizens, aliens living in the United States, or foreign exchange students are eligible to compete in these Championships. See the USATF Rules for more information and exceptions. 

Proof of date of birth: Athletes must mail a copy of proof of birth (birth certificate, baptismal certificate, passport, driver’s license) to the Registration Chairman: Tracy Silva, 2280 NW Boulder Way. Issaquah WA 98027, prior to entry.  The Registration Chairman will also accept a scanned document via email.  The on-line entry system will not accept an athlete entry if their proof of birth date is not on file

DivisionsA competitor must compete in his/her age division only. There will be no “moving up” in any events. At the Regional Championships all athletes must compete in the same division they qualified at the Association Championships.

ENTRY INFORMATION
Entry Fees:
$12.00...combined events (9-10, 11-12, 13-14)
$1.00
.....combined events (15-16, 17-18 to advance to Regional Meet)#
$8.00.....steeplechase and hammer throw
 
Deadline:   Thursday, June 6 (7:00pm PDT)
                   The entry deadline is final.  No late entries will be accepted.

#Combined Events (15-16 & 17-18 divisions) - Athletes in the 15-16 and 17-18 divisions are required to enter the Association Meet, pay the $1.00 registration and fill in their seed marks to be eligible for the Regional Meet.  All entries received into the Association Meet from the 15-16 and 17-18 year old athletes will be forwarded into the on-line athletic.net registration system for the Regional Meet. Athletes must then register and pay for the Regional meet through athletic.net.  The entry deadline for the Association is Tuesday, June 18th at 7 pm , no late entries for registration will be accepted
 
Entry Form:       Enter here for the Combined Events, Steeplechase & Hammer Throw 
Questions:   contact Holly Genest:  email  
 
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS   (subject to change)   updated 5/28/19


OTHER INFORMATION
Advancement to Regionals: The top eight (8) athletes in each event will advance to the Region 13 Championships (July 4-7; Tacoma, WA).  No alternates will be advanced from the Association to the Regional Championship meet.  

Advancement to Nationals: The top two (2) athletes in each event and any other athlete who meets the Junior Olympic Combined Event Standard for the specific event at the Regional Championships will be eligible to advance to the National Championships (July 22-28; Sacramento, CA)  

Personal Scheduling Conflicts:  Athletes who have a personal conflict with the dates of the Association or Regional Championships need to make a choice between their personal conflict or the meet. There are only two (2) conflicts that will allow an athlete to bypass a qualifying round of Junior Olympic Meets.  USATF Rule 305, 2(a) & (b):
  • An athlete can miss the Association Championship but not the Regional Championship because of participation in a USATF Cultural Exchange.  
  • Athletes can miss the Association and Regional Meet if they are competing in the USATF Junior (U20) Championships.
The exception request must be sent to Meet Director Holly Genest, via email , no later than June 18, 2019.  The list of athletes from our association will be forwarded to the Regional Coordinator.