Pacific Assocation of USA Track and field

2014 USATF Outdoor Open Track & Field Championships

Relive the 2014 USATF Outdoor Track & Field Championships!

Presented by The Pacific Association/USATF and the Sacramento Sports Commission

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Updated July 8, 2014

YTF PA Youth at USATF Youth Outdoor Championships Congratulations! results compiled by Andy Martin, exclamationservicesusa.com

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2018 USATF Youth Outdoor Championships

College Brockport
Rochester, NY
June 26 – July 1

Pl.

Name

Division

Event

Club

Performance

1

Riley Chamberlain

13-14 girls

3000m

unattached

10:17.90

1

Ainsley Adams

13-14 girls

3000m Race Walk

Napa Track Club

17:50.39

2

Kyle Velasco

11-12 boys

1500m Race Walk

unattached

11:03.84

2

Deric Moren

11-12 boys

Discus Throw

Icarus Track Club

20.77m

2

Jarod Moren

15-16 boys

Decathlon

Icarus Track Club

4146 pts.

2

Mady Goyt

17-18 girls

Heptathlon

Napa Track Club

2660 pts.

3

Mady Goyt

17-18 girls

100m Hurdles

Napa Track Club

15.71

3

Lucy Morris

11-12 girls

1500m Race Walk

Napa Track Club

10:22.67

3

Kyle Velasco

11-12 boys

80m hurdles

unattached

16.06

4

Kyle Velasco

11-12 boys

High Jump

unattached

1.30m

5

Madison Klungel

15-16 girls

100m Hurdles

Napa Track Club

16.14

5

Annes El Adimi

15-16 boys

110m hurdles

unattached

16.30

5

Madison Klungel

15-16 girls

Triple Jump

Napa Track Club

10.29m

5

Mady Goyt

17-18 girls

Javelin Throw

Napa Track Club

18.97m

6

Karissa Chamberlain

11-12 girls

3000m

unattached

11:36.11

6

Liam Wallace Harper

13-14 boys

High Jump

Napa Track Club

1.55m

6

Kyle Velasco

11-12 boys

Pentathlon

unattached

1158 pts.

7

Liam Wallace Harper

13-14 boys

100m hurdles

Napa Track Club

15.82

7

Mady Goyt

17-18 girls

400m Hurdles

Napa Track Club

1:17.36

7

Annes El Adimi

15-16 boys

Long Jump

unattached

6.02m

7

Deric Moren

11-12 boys

Pentathlon

Icarus Track Club

979 pts.

8

Josephine Morris

15-16 girls

400m Hurdles

Napa Track Club

1:39.80

9

Deric Moren

11-12 boys

Javelin Throw

Icarus Track Club

23.85m

11

Josephine Morris

15-16 girls

100m Hurdles

Napa Track Club

24.04

15

Georgia Morris

13-14 girls

100m Hurdles

Napa Track Club

21.47

19

Georgia Morris

13-14 girls

200m Hurdles

Napa Track Club

36.54

27

Lucy Morris

11-12 girls

100m

Napa Track Club

16.18

33

Georgia Morris

13-14 girls

200m

Napa Track Club

32.23

Lucy Morris

11-12 girls

High Jump

Napa Track Club

NH

Jarod Moren

15-16 boys

Pole Vault

Icarus Track Club

NH

Q

Liam Wallace Harper

13-14 boys

100m Hurdles – 1st rd.

Napa Track Club

15.98

Q

Madison Klungel

15-16 girls

100m Hurdles – 1st rd.

Napa Track Club

16.63

Q

Annes El Adimi

15-16 boys

110m hurdles – 1st rd.

unattached

16.43

Q

Mady Goyt

17-18 girls

100m Hurdles – 1st rd.

Napa Track Club

16.02

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MTF Records abound at 11th Annual Pride Track and Field Meet

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Records abound at 11th Annual Pride Track and Field Meet

2018 Pride Track and Field Meet

Chabot College, Hayward, CA July 7, 2018

Record attendance and a pair of American Records highlighted the 2018 Pride Meet at Chabot College in Hayward, CA on Saturday, July 7, 2018. The two American Records capped off outstanding performances throughout the day, as athletes set 10 Pride Meet Records across the sprints, throws and jumps.

Amanda Scotti (W60), Debra Hoffman (W58), Darla Demitrios (W55) and Joy Upshaw (W57) sped to a new pending American Record in the W55 4x100m relay in 55.71 – well under the previous mark of 56.22 set in August of last year. On the field, Elsbeth Padia (W80) celebrated her recent birthday and promotion to the W80-84 age group by setting a new pending American Record in the W80 Shot Put with her throw of 8.43m – which eclipsed the prior mark of 7.69m set back in 2013 by well over 2 feet. Elsbeth also set four Pride Meet records in the Shot Put (2kg), Discus (0.75kg), Javelin (400g), and Hammer (2kg).

Jeff Laynes (M47) sped to a new Pride Meet record of 11.19 in the 100m on a day in which two other athletes – Nathan Gyger (M26) and Chris Garofola (M37) – bested the old mark of 11.25. Laynes, Gyger and Garofola also staged a great battle at 200m as Nathan Gyger (M26) set a new Pride Meet record of 22.65 with Laynes and Garofola close behind at 22.74 and 22.94, respectively. All three were well under the existing meet record of 23.13 set back in 2007. Rod Jett (M51) – already a Pride Meet record holder at 110m Hurdles (14.95) – added a chart-topping performance in the 100m Hurdles as he set a new Pride Meet record of 14.73.

Gary Wuest (M72) highlighted a great day in the field events as he set two Pride Meet records in the throws – 10.81m in the 4kg (M70-79) Shot Put and 35.83m in the 500kg (M70-79) Javelin. George Patterson, Sr. (M80) added another Pride Meet record in the Throws with his 16.61m Javelin toss (400kg, M80+). Finally, Clem DeGiovanni (M21) topped the High Jump competition by matching the existing Pride Meet record of 1.90m.

For full meet results, check out www.pridemeet.org/meet-results.

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COACHES New requirement to be on Coaches Registry – Effective January’19

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Effective January 2019

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New Education Standard for USATF Coaches Registry

To further elevate the professional credibility of the USATF Coaches Registry and its members, USATF has established a new Education Standard for the USATF Coaches Registry. The Education Standard provides for a baseline standard of professional education or coaching accomplishment in the sport of track and field for coaches seeking admission to the Registry.
By establishing a baseline standard of professional education or coaching experience, the Education Standard aligns with best practices for professional certifications in other fields, within the coaching industry at large, and with licensing protocols of other Olympic families national governing bodies.

Overview

To be part of the USATF Coaches Registry, an individual must currently be a current USATF member, undergo a current background screen from an approved screening agency, and complete USOC Safe Sport training.
The Education Standard is a one-time requirement. Once a coach has met the Education Standard, he or she has fulfilled the requirement for as long as the coach is part of the Registry.

Timeline

The Requirement of the Education Standard to receive benefits of the Coaches Registry will take effect beginning January 2019. USATF coaches may begin adding their Education Standard to their Coaches Registry profile beginning fall 2018. Instructions to complete the process will be provided prior to the start of the enrollment period. Coaches should be prepared to produce proof of qualification if so requested.

Eligibility

Any person who has completed one of the approved coaching education courses for track or field or who qualifies based on career accomplishments as a track and field coach is eligible.
Meeting the Education Standard
There are two different paths to meet the Educational Standard for the Coaches Registry: Complete a verified educational course, OR achieve a specified coaching accomplishment.

1. Path 1: Complete a verified course of education. Complete any one of the following

courses:

a. Level 1, 2, or 3 of the USATF CE Professional Pathway of Coach Certification
b. USATF Cross Country Specialist Course
c. Completion of a USATF Event Skill Specialist Course (Learn by Doing Clinic)

d. NFHS Coaching Track and field (online) AND any approved sports science course on USATF Campus (online)
e. Technical Basic course of the USTFCCCA Academy or any advanced course (online or classroom)

Certificate of completion for any of the above courses serves as verification of Education Standard.

2. Path 2: Accomplish an Education Standard equivalency during one’s coaching career, through a body of work, a career honor, or demonstrated professional coaching
career. Demonstrate any one of the following:

a. Member of an international coaching staff selected by USATF over the last 5 Olympic quadrennials
b. Primary coach of record of a medalist athlete on any one of the “big three” teams (Olympics, World Champs, Pan-Am Games)

c. Elite technical coach of USA National Team athletes over a 10-year period (coach must list athletes’ names and contact information)
d. Hall of Fame Coach for USATF, USTFCCCA or National Scholastic Track Coaches Association

e. National Coach of the Year for USATF or USOC
f. USTFCCCA National Head or Assistant Coach of the Year for men’s or women’s (NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA) cross country, indoor or outdoor track & field

g. Employment as a track coach at a scholastic or collegiate institution for a

10-year period verified by employers’ information.
The USATF National Office staff will provide oversight of all components of the Coaches Registry. An oversight subcommittee from the Coaches Advisory Committee will review and evaluate any issue with a coach’s education standard.
For more information, contact Terry Crawford, USATF Director of Coaching.