The 2018 Legion National Youth Track & Field Championships, will take place in Brandon, Manitoba, from August 10 to 12, 2018. The NL Legion Team will be selected at the Legion Provincial Championships on Fri, Jul 13 - Sat, Jul 14, 2018.
The Legion Youth Track & Field Championships offers competition in the Midget (age 15 and under) & Youth category (age 16 - 17 and under). The Provincial Legion Command will send a combined team of up to 17 athletes to compete in the U16 and U18 categories.
a photocopy of documents showing proof of age, to be considered for selection. Alternates will be selected to travel to the National Meet if team members are unable to provide proof of age!
General Points (2018)
All athletes applying for the Provincial Legion Team must be NLAA 2018 Track and Field registered members PRIOR TO the start of competition in order to have their result(s) count toward selection.
Only performances from NLAA INDIVIDUALLY REGISTERED track and field members of the current year will be accepted for rankings, team selection or provincial/national records. There will be no retroactive acceptance of performances.
The age of athletes for the selection to the Provincial command Track & Field Team must be thirteen to seventeen years of age (born in 2005 through 2001).
Within one event (gender/category), only a maximum of two athletes will be selected to the team.
The 2018 Legion National Youth Track & Field Championships (Formerly the Canadian Legion Championships) will be held on August 10 to 12, 2018, Brandon, Manitoba.
The 2018 Provincial Royal Canadian Legion Championships, Friday, July 13 and Saturday, July 14, 2018, held at Pearlgate Track and Field Complex, Mt. Pearl, will be used as a Team Selection Meet. Athletes must attend this meet in order to be eligible for selection. Exceptions to this at approval of the Chairman and Committee of the Legion Track & Field Committee.
Final selection will be made within 7 days of the selection meet. Notification of appointment to the team will be by verbal (written if time allows) communication and by publication at NLAA Blog at http://nlathletics.blogspot.ca/.