Membership in the NLAA allows an athlete to compete in our sanctioned events. Every sport organization pays insurance as a corporate body on behalf of event organizers in case of legal liability or mishaps. Without insurance individuals would run the risk of unnecessary and very costly personal involvement in legal suits. Sanction and membership fees help to cover these costs and ensure that people will be willing to volunteer their time.
Who Can be a Member of NLAA? NLAA membership is open to all residents of Newfoundland and Labrador. Contact the NLAA Office for information regarding eligibility to take part in our programs regulated by the requirement to be either a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant — ie: NL and Canadian Team programs and NL and Canadian funding programs.
There are opportunities to benefit from courses and clinics - as an athlete, official, or a coach. The NLAA also supervises events in order to insure that rules are followed and criteria maintained on an even basis throughout the province. Making provincial and national teams is also possible with full NLAA membership. The NLAA also supervises Provincial Events - Road Running and Track points competitions, and all Road, Track, and Cross-Country Championships.
$65.00 Family Membership
Road running / Cross-Country membership.
Track and Field
$100.00 Family Membership
Includes road running membership.
CMA / Masters (35+)
Includes CMA Membership
Includes Road Running, Track & Field, and Canadian Masters Athletics (CMA) membership.
$15.00 - Coach (membership is paid in addition to competitive or “Official” membership)
$15.00 - Official (membership is paid in addition to competitive or “Coach” membership)
$15.00 - Associate, Affiliated Club or NLAA Board Member (no charge if registered as competitive or Coach/Official member)
Beginning in 2010, the NLAA will issue a single, unique, registration ID for each member. This unique ID will be retained from year to year as members change clubs, Athletics Canada branches, or membership status.
All registration is handled through the provincial office. The NLAA membership is valid for one calendar year from January 1 to December 31.
NLAA membership will be available October 1st of every year and is a 15-month membership that is valid until the end of the following year (i.e. December 31).
Members should inform the NLAA office if any information submitted on their membership form changes during the year. Example: mailing address, contact information, club affiliation or personal coach.
Registered members only:
Only performances from REGISTERED members of the current year will be accepted for rankings, standards, team selection or records.
Any performance that achieves or satisfies Provincial/National Team selection criteria, while not a member, will not be accepted. There will be no retroactive acceptance of performances.
An athlete must hold a current Athletics Canada/Branch competitive Membership (track membership for track and field selection / rankings / standards / records) at the time the performance is achieved.
Membership - Terms and Conditions
Membership cannot be processed if it is missing fully competed form or payment.
Membership year - January 1st through to December 31st & is not prorated
Membership years can not be prorated.
Family membership includes two members of age 19 or over and all other family members under 19 years of age.
Age is calculated as of December 31st in the year of membership.
Complete Separate Form for Each Family Member.
Make all payments payable to NLAA.
Complete new application form Should Any of the above Information Change During the Year.
Memberships can be upgraded during the year.
Memberships are non-refundable.
Performances recognized if the athlete has a current, competitive membership in place at the time the performance is achieved.
Coach and/or Official membership must be purchased in addition to competitive membership.
NLAA membership is open to all residents of Newfoundland and Labrador living inside the province and those living outside the province due to school or short term employment. Contact the NLAA office for information regarding eligibility to take part in some NLAA and Athletics Canada programs regulated by the requirement to be either a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant, e.g., NLAA and Canadian Team programs and NLAA and Canadian funding programs.
Road & Cross-Country Running
Athletics Canada membership
General Liability Insurance coverage
Discounts on goods & services from NLAA partners
Eligible for entry in sanctioned Road & Cross-country Running events and Pearlgate Twilight Series
Eligible for entry in Age Division NLAA Road and Cross-country Running Championships
Included in the Provincial Toyota Series Series standings
Ranking and record privileges
Eligible for approved provincial funding
Eligible for approved NLAA funding
Eligible for team selection: Provincial and National
Eligible for SportNL programs: Scholarship Program, Annual Awards, Hall of Fame
Eligible for provincial awards
Performances included in Provincial & National rankings
Eligible for Premier´s Athletic Awards Program; and, Elite Athlete Assistance Program
Access to Lottery Licensing
Access to Provincial & NLAA Hall of Fame Inductions
Track and Field
Includes Road & Cross-country Running Membership
Eligible for selection to the Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games regional team
Eligible for Legion and Canada Summer Games Team Selection
Eligible for entry in Age Division NLAA Track and Field Championships
Masters / CMA
Includes Road & Cross-country Running Membership and Track & Field Membership
Includes an annual Canadian Masters Athletics (CMA) membership.
Eligible for entry in Canadian Master Track & Field (Indoor & Outdoor), Cross-country and Road Running Championships.
Will be able to participate as a member of Team Canada at all Regional and World Championships.
Day of Event Permit
Applies to all sanctioned events. Affects non-competitive members only.
Allows participation in NLAA sanctioned competitions.
Does not entitle the Applicant to any of the Association´s funding, Team Selection or benefits otherwise available to full members.
Performances included in Provincial 5km and 10km road running rankings.
General Liability Insurance.
Residents of Burin Peninsula.
Residents of Central Newfoundland, including that area north and west of Terra Nova Park up to and including Sandy Lake.
Residents of Eastern Newfoundland, south and east of Terra Nova Park, but excluding the Burin Peninsula and Eastern Avalon Region.
Eastern Avalon Region
Residents of the cities of St. John´s and Mount Pearl, Bell Island, St. Thomas, Portugal Cove and Torbay north to Bauline, and also Paradise and the Southern Shore from Bay Bulls to Trepassey.
Residents of Labrador.
Residents of Western Newfoundland, west of Sandy Lake and including the Northern Peninsula