Meet - USATF Georgia Association Area A Junior Olympic Outdoor Track & Field Preliminaries - June 6, 2015

Meet location: Marietta High School
1171 Whitlock Ave NW, Marietta, GA 30064

The Alpha Crush team meet entry page is here.  View meet entries here.
  • Strictly Enforced: Only athletes, coaches and volunteers allowed on the field.
  • Area A meet information page
    • On Page 4 of the Area A meet information page is the list of events contested at the Area A meet.  It is a subset of events contested at the Association Championship.  The Association Championship is a 4-day meet; the Area meet is a 1-day meet, so they cannot contest all the events at Area.
    • Remember that the Alpha Crush registration fee covers your meet entries, so don't go to Coach O to register your Alpha Crush athlete; we do that for you based on the meet entry page.
  • The following events WILL NOT be contested at the Area Meets (you will auto-advance to Association)
    • Combined(Multi) Events: Triathlon, Heptathalon, Pentathalon, Decathalon
    • High Jump
    • Triple Jump
    • Discus
    • 200/400 Hurdles
    • Hammer
    • Pole Vault
    • 3000m run
    • Steeplechase
    • Race Walks
    • 4x800M relay
    • Javelin for ages 13+ (mini-Javelin is contested, for ages 12 & under)
  • Association Championship meet information page and meet schedule.
  • Estimated starting times for track events (detailed listing)
  • Meet Performance List from Coach O
  • Meet Program
  • Meet Schedule for Area A published by USATF GA Association
  • Entries by Event
  • Entries by Name
Coach O Entries - running events
  • Area A 1813 entrant events / 241 heats
  • Area B 1454 entrant events / 206 heats
  • Area C 1419 entrant events / 203 heats
Entry Restrictions
  • 8 & Under, 9-10 and 11-12 Age Divisions may enter and participate in no more than three (3) events
  • 13-14, 15-16 and 17-18 Men/Women may enter and participate in no more than four (4) events
List of Running Events
Note about "estimated" times: With the exception of the 80m hurdles, we cannot tell you with certainty when a particular running event will start.  The "pace" of the meet depends on the number of athletes competing, the number of heats required, and the ability of the meet hosts to keep things running quickly.  This is referred to as a "rolling start"; the next event is started when the previous event is completed.  Coach Matthew's estimated starting times document listed above has more details about age divisions, number of entrants, number of heats, etc.
  • 80m / 100m / 110m hurdles (9:00 am scheduled start time)
  • 1500m run (estimated 9:23 am)
  • 4x100m relay (estimated 11:48 am)
  • 400m dash (estimated 12:08 pm)
  • 100m dash (estimated 1:47 pm)
  • lunch break, 2:35 pm - 3:05 pm
  • 800m run (estimated 3:05 pm)
  • 200m dash (estimated 4:25 pm)
  • 4x400m relay (estimated 5:35 pm)