2020 USATF Illinois Masters & Open Outdoor Championships

                 Lewis University, One University Pkwy, Romeoville

2020 USATF Illinois Masters & Open Outdoor Championship and Manual Registration Form
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AGE-DIVISIONS:  Open Division- Age 19-29   Masters Division- Age 30+

Open and Masters competitors compete together but receive separate awards for each division.


AWARDS: USATF Association Championship medals will be awarded to the top three (3) finishers in each event in the following men’s and women’s age-divisions:  Open, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85-89, 90+


TIMING:  Fully Automatic Timing will be provided.


ENTRY FEE:  $15.00 per event. Entry fees are paid online at the registration site by the end of the registration deadline.


USATF MEMBERSHIP:  All competitors must be a 2020 member of USA Track & Field.  A current, verified 2020 membership number is required to submit an online meet entry.


If your age has not been verified by USATF, you must bring a legal document indicating proof of age as well as a 2020 USATF membership card.


Athletes can join or renew memberships at www.usatf.org/membership/application.  


ENTRY PROCEDURE & DEADLINE:  There are three ways to register for this event:


1  Online registration at by Thursday, June 4th, at 11:59 pm.
    Below is the link you'll need for registration:
    Registration: https://www.simplyregister.net/register/?e=118406
2. Mail Entries: USATF IL office postmarked by Thursday, June 4th, at 3:00 pm.

3. Register onsite:  Day of meet from 8:00 am – 9:30 am. Registration closes

    promptly at 9:30 am.


LATE ENTRIES:  Registration onsite entries (#3) are charged at a higher rate:  $10:00 registration onsite fee plus $15.00 per event (cash only). Athletes 75 & older are not charged the $10.00 registration onsite fee.


Athletes are encouraged to register prior to the start of the meet




RUNNING EVENTS: Check in for running events is 30 minutes prior to the start of the individual running event. Check in is at the CLERKS TENT near the finish line.


FIELD EVENTS: 45-minutes prior to the event, competitors much check-in with the

Head Judge.



Certification of Implements:  Throwing implements will be certified at the meet site. Athletes must provide their own implements 


PARKING:  Free parking is available


Contact:  Tim Cedeblad, tcbenetfootball@prodigy.net


                                        SCHEDULE OF EVENTS


Time              Track Events               Time                Field Events

10:00 am    5000m Race Walk          9:00 am        Throwing Events

                   5000M Run                                        HT (M)  &  JT (W) followed by
                   110M Hurdles                                    HT (W)   &  JT (M) followed by
                   100M Hurdles                                    DT (M)   &  SP (W) followed by

                   80M Hurdles                                      DT (W)   &  SP (M) followed by 
                   400M Dash                                        Weight Throw (W) followed by
                   100M Dash                                        Weight Throw (M) followed by

                   800M Run                                          Super Weight Throw (M&W)

                   200M Dash                   10:00 am       Jumping Events

                   400M Hurdles                                    Pole Vault followed by

                   300M Hurdles                                    High Jump followed by

                   200M Hurdles                                    Long Jump followed by

                   1500M Run                                        Triple Jump



All events will be women followed by men unless otherwise indicated or decided by Officials on meet day.
Unless specifically noted, events are on a ROLLING TIME SCHEDULE. Athletes should be prepared for their event(s) well in advance.
Throwing implements will be certified in the shed located near the throwing area south of the track. 
An official will be certifying implements throughout the throwing competition.  Those competing in the first throwing events should certify first.  Athletes are expected to provide their own implements. 




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