Yes, coaches will be present at every meet.
Throwers will not be required to run as much as the other athletes but it will be a part of conditioning and teamwork.
Every track meet will be different as track meets are unpredictable. Meets typically start at 8am and last into the early evening hours. There are no set times for races just an order of events. The amount of time required for you to be at a track meet will depend on the events your child […]
For developmental and invitational meets, yes. As the season progresses, the meets get a bit more competitive and athletes need to qualify to continue on. Fortunately, there are developmental and invitational meets throughout the season that anyone will be able to attend.
Healthy snacks. Some ideas would be orange slices, bananas, cut up melon, grapes, crackers, rice cakes, sandwiches, juices and of course water. Even good foods should be eaten in moderation and not right before your event. No sodas, candy, chips or fast food. Please save that for after the meet.
Because of the uncertainty of weather conditions, come prepared. When weather reports have called for sunny and warm days, we’ve experienced at times rainy and cold. If in doubt, bring sweatshirts/sweatpants, change of shoes, socks, umbrellas (which are good for rain or sun).
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