This Weekend Marks the End of the Indoor Championship Series

This weekend will close out our indoor championship series with the first ever U8, U10, U12 Championship on Saturday, March 7th and the 50th annual Ontario Masters Athletics Indoor Championship on Sunday, March 8th. 

A live results link for both events will be available on the day of competition. Check the homepage of our website for those links.

Reminder: this weekend is Daylight Savings Time.
The clocks will be going ahead by one (1) hour on Sunday morning. PLEASE don’t forget to update your clocks before going to bed on Saturday night so that you are not late to the Championship on Sunday, March 8, 2020.
 
Athletics Ontario Indoor Championship Series Meet #5 – U8, U10, U12

This event will differ from previous “try it day” events for this age group, being that it will follow the structure and guidelines of an official Athletics Ontario championship event. All participants must be registered Athletics Ontario members to compete at this meet.

For more information or assistance with the membership process please visit our athlete registration page.

The meet will run from 10:00 AM until approximately 2:30 PM, and will take place at the Toronto Track and Field Centre. 

Championship events being offered include: 

U8: 50m, 150m, 300m, Vertical Jump, Standing Long Jump, Ball Throw, 4x200m Relay

U10: 60m, 150m, 300m, 600m, 60mH, 400mW, Vertical Jump, Running Long Jump, Shot Put, 4x200m Relay

U12: 60m, 150m, 300m, 600m, 1000m, 60mH, 800mW, High Jump, Running Long Jump, Shot Put, 4x200m Relay

Important Information

Athletes, the  final schedule is now available on our Championship webpage. There will be no check-in process, so please show up to your events on time, as scheduled.

Please read the Technical Information provided, as some requirements have changed since previous “try it” days and prep meets. All participants will receive an award, and the top 3 participants in each event will be awarded a medal. 

Coaches and Spectators, there will be no cost for admission and parents/coaches will all be allowed into the competition area. This is a championship meet where multiple events will be going on at the same time, so please be mindful of your surroundings while you are in the competition area. We want to ensure a safe and efficient experience for all participants. Please be respectful of officials and volunteers, should they provide direction as to where you can and cannot stand to view the events. Please bring indoor shoes to change into before entering the competition area, as winter boots or outdoor shoes will not be allowed as acceptable footwear. 

Merchandise will be available for purchase! Cash, debit, or credit will be accepted forms of payment should you wish to purchase something from our merchandise table.

For all of this information and more, please visit our Championship page.

50th Annual Ontario Masters Indoor Championship

The meet will run from 8:00 AM until approximately 4:30 PM, and will take place on Sunday, March 8th at the Toronto Track and Field Centre. 

Championship events being offered include:

Track: 60m, 60m Hurdles, 400m, 800m, 1 Mile Steeplechase, 1500m, 3000m, 3000m Race Walk, 4x200m Relay, 4x400m Relay, 4x800m Relay.

Field: Weight Throw, Shot Put, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Pole Vault

Athletes, the final schedule is now available. This meet will follow the same procedures as all previous mini meets. 

For more information, please visit the championship page.

Ontario Ministry of Health Warning

The City of Toronto and The Ontario Ministry of Health continue to warn and educate residents about coronavirus/ COVID-19. Athletics Ontario is committed to protecting the health and safety of all members and advise you follow the simple but powerful recommendations given by Toronto Public Health to protect yourself and others from getting sick:

  1. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  2. Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze.
  3. If you don’t have a tissue, sneeze or cough into your sleeve.
  4. Stay at home when you are sick.

You are also advised to stay informed about COVID-19 by reviewing credible sources of information, such as Toronto Public Health’s website, toronto.ca/coronavirus, and the City’s intranet web page.

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