Memorial University Field House.
All events will take place on Saturday evening.
No awards event.
Meet #3, Saturday, Mar 9, 2024
Registration will open at 11:00 am, Wednesday, Feb 28, 2024
Regular Deadline - 11:59 pm, Thursday, Mar 7, 2024
Late Deadline (late fee applies) - 11:59 pm, Friday, Mar 8, 2024
There was damage to the hardwood floor during the January 13 track meet. Going forward, the following Track Footwear and Pins rules will be enforced:
Athletes wearing spikes outside the designated areas will be disqualified and barred from further competition in the meet.
The NLAA Invitational Indoor Track and Field Meet is to be held at the Memorial University Field House in St. John’s. The facility has a six (6) lane 200m oval and eight (8) lane sprint straight track. Change room facilities and showers are available - bring own lock and towel.
All spectators, coaches and non-competing athletes must use the second floor of the field house to view the competition.
No outside footwear is allowed on the track. All participants must wear indoor sneakers or gym shoes. Any shoes designed for turf sports are not allowed. Participants may not compete in their bare feet, slippers or socks.
Competition Categories & Events - Meet 1 & Meet 2 & Meet 3
Athletes can ONLY compete in the category determined by their YEAR OF BIRTH (Age as of December 31 in the year of the competition). The competition is open to male and female participants.
Wheelchair Racing Basic Rules
1500m (U18 & older)
3000m (U18 & older)
1200m (U16 only)
1500m (U18 & older)
The competition will be conducted as per the World Athletics (WA) Handbook and variations as per Athletics Canada and NLAA rules. (More Information)
Individual scores will be kept but no awards will be presented. There is no limit to the number of athletes a school/club can enter in an event.
Please use the area on the second floor of the field house for warm-up.
Once all athletes have been marshaled in for competition they should not leave the designated competition area without the permission of a Meet Judge.
The Meet Announcer will inform the public of the names and numbers of the athletes taking part in each event, and all relevant information such as the composition of the heats, lanes or stations drawn, and intermediate times. Event results (placing, times, heights and distances) of each event will be announced at the earliest possible moment after receipt of the information.