The outdoor program takes place during the spring and summer months and are for both beginners and the more advanced track and field competitors. Our goal is to introduce the fundamentals of running, throwing, jumping and race walking to beginners and develop and refine the more experienced athletes overall skills in track and filed events. Everyone participates because there are no benches as each athlete will have an opportunity to train and compete in all aspects of track and field.
OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD PROGRAM INFORMATION
The 2017 outdoor program starts April 22nd through the first week in August. We participate in several competitions on the local, regional, and national levels. Majority of out-of-town meets will require overnight accommodations with families assuming responsibility for transportation, lodging, and meal costs.
Our club will participate in 3 to 5 developmental meets, which majority will take place on the weekend in May and June. Our Club also participates in both AAU and USATF sanctioned meets, including competitive week-long national championships and the Junior Olympic Games in July and August.
We welcome both girls and boys in elementary, middle and high school, ages 18 & under regardless of skill and fitness levels. No prior experience is required to competitively participate in the program; there are many different events for everyone.
Athletes compete based on age divisions that are determined by the athlete's age as of December 31st of each year. Athletes who turns 19 after the conclusion of the Junior Olympics or National Championships are eligible to compete in the Yong Women's and Yong Men's divisions. Athletes will participate in both AAU and USATF sanctioned meets.
Online Registration for the 2017 outdoor season is NOW CLOSED. Please check back in early fall for indoor season registration.
New for 2017!Registration includes a $40 non-refundable deposit, per person that is required to reserve a seat on a chartered bus for the AAU Club Championships. The deposit will be deducted off the final payment of the trip. If you opt out of the deposit, seats will not be held and reserved on a first served, first basis.
to supervise athletes throughout the duration of the AAU Club Championships, including staying with them in the hotel room. Coaches and their spouses will be given first priority. If you are interested in applying to chaperone or have any questions about incentives, please email us.
Maplewood High School Track Facility 401 Walton Lane Nashville, TN 37216
21st Annual AAU Club Championships Orlando, FL July 10 - 15
Venue: ESPN World Wide Sports Complex Walt Disney World Resort 700 South Victory Way Orlando, FL 34747
*THE ENTIRE TEAM WILL TRAVEL.
Event is designated as our club's National Qualifier. Passenger bus will be chartered.
Athlete Entry Fee: $40 Spectator Admission: TBD
Top 8 finishers in each division/event advances to the AAU Junior Olympics Athletes who finishes 9th can move up if the top 8 previously qualified at national qualifiers. Does not apply to multi-events and relays