Youth Cross Country Schedule – state JO results, national JO info posted

OFFICIAL ASSOCIATION SCHEDULE

USATF Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Information

Club entries Unattached entries

Sunday, September 25
Lincoln Community Track Club Invitational #1 results
Pioneers Park – Lincoln

Sunday, October 2
Lincoln Youth Track Club Invitational results
Pioneers Park – Lincoln

Sunday, October 9
402 XC & Track Club Invitational #1 results
Walnut Creek Recreation Area – Papillion

Sunday, October 16
West Omaha Track Club Invitational
information registration
Mount Michael Benedictine High School – Elkhorn

Sunday, October 23
Lincoln Community Track Club Invitational #2 results
Pioneers Park – Lincoln

Sunday, October 30
402 XC & Track Club Invitational #2 results
Walnut Creek Recreation Area – Papillion

Sunday, November 6
USATF Nebraska Junior Olympic Championships results
Walnut Grove Park – Omaha

Saturday, December 10
USATF National Junior Olympic Championships
Watts Cross Country CourseCollege Station, Texas


Results from previous cross country seasons can be found here.

Results from previous track & field seasons can be found here.


For those athletes in both track events and field events, from the 2022 USATF Competition Rulebook, page 172:
Rule 302.5
(p) When a High Jump or Pole Vault competitor is excused to participate in a running event, a reasonable time limit shall be established by the Games Committee or delegated to the affected Field Event Judge. If the competitor has failed to return in the allotted time, and all other remaining competitors have passed, failed or cleared the existing height, the crossbar shall be raised to the next height and the judge will automatically pass the excused competitor to the new height. If the competitor has failed to return and the competition has otherwise concluded, the judge shall automatically pass the excused competitor and only raise the bar once to the next height before using the forfeiting procedure in Rule 181.6.
(q) When a Horizontal Jumps or Throws competitor is excused to participate in a running event the competitor must return before the conclusion of all other preliminary attempts if excused during the preliminaries, or before the conclusion of all other final attempts if excused during the finals. Failure to return within the allocated period shall result in forfeiture of missed attempts. In both the preliminaries and the finals, the head event judge may allow attempts to be taken in succession before a competitor is excused, and make-up attempts may be taken in succession and out of order upon legally returning to the event.

(updated November 7, 2022)