2023 Indoor Track Series
Sat, Jan 14 - Sat, Mar 11 - Sat, Apr 1

Memorial University Field House.
All events will take place on Saturday evening.

Meet #3, Saturday, Apr 1, 2023

Regular Deadline - 11:59 pm, Thursday, Mar 30, 2023
Late Deadline (late fee applies) - 11:59 pm, Friday, Mar 31, 2023

Meet results will be available online after the competition is over.

Meet Schedule
Good to know!

  • Please check the schedule again before arriving to the field house as there may be minor changes following the registration deadline!
    Events will start immediately upon completion of the previous event.
    Start times may change and move up by up to 20 minutes.
  • F = Female / M = Male / TSF = Timed Sections Final


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. The competition is open to male and female participants in the following categories:

  • Wheelchair (born in 2011 or earlier)
  • U14 (born in 2010 or 2011)
  • U16 (born in 2008 or 2009)
  • U18 (born in 2006 or 2007)
  • U20 (born in 2004 or 2005)
  • Senior (born in 2003 or earlier)
  • Masters (born on April 01, 1988 or earlier) (Any athlete who has reached his/her 35th birthday on the day of the competition.)

Wheelchair Racing Basic Rules
(World Para Athletics Rules And Regulations)

  1. The racing chair shall have two large wheels (not to exceed 70cm in diameter) and one small wheel (not to exceed 50cm in diameter).
  2. No part of the racing chair may protrude behind the vertical plane of the back edge of the rear tires nor extend in front of the center of the front wheel hub.
  3. One push rim allowed for each large wheel.
  4. Mirrors are not allowed.
  5. It is the responsibility of the athlete to ensure that no part of his/her lower limbs can fall from the wheelchair to the ground or track during an event.
  6. The racing chair must be manually-propelled (no gears, levers or electronic steering). The athlete can propel a wheelchair independently.
  7. No delay due to equipment failure.
  8. Athlete must have a racing helmet that is a hard protective shell and recognized with an international safety standard.
  9. Athlete can use racing gloves (soft or hard gloves).
  10. In wheelchair races the time shall be taken to the moment in which the centre of the axle of the leading wheel reaches the vertical plane of the nearer edge of the finish line.
  • Wheelchair participants can enter in any event.
  • There is no limit to the number of events a competitor may enter.
  • Athletes are asked to make a choice as some events may be run simultaneously or back-to-back with no rest time in between.
  • There is no limit to the number of entries per school or club.
  • Mixed event: male and female participants in the 3000m event will run together but ranked separately.
Meet #1

1500m (U18 and older)
3000m (U18 and older/mixed race)

Meet #2

1200m (U16 and U14)
1500m (U18 and older)

Meet #3

*2000m (U16 only / mixed race (U14 not allowed))
*3000m (U18 and older / mixed race)
Performances achieved in a mixed-gender competition are unofficial and cannot be used for rankings, records or team selection purposes.

The Competition

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.

Warm-Up Area

Please use the area on the second floor of the field house for warm-up.

Competition Area

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.

Track Footwear and Pins
  • Only athletes approved by the NLAA Office may wear track spikes (3mm).
  • ONLY 3mm STRICTLY ENFORCED: Athletes wearing spikes with spike length longer than 3mm will be asked to remove their spikes and run wearing their indoor sneakers.
  • Athletes wearing spikes without permission will be disqualified and barred from further competition in the meet.
  • ABSOLUTELY no spikes are to be permitted on the green synthetic surface and hardwood floor as it will damage the surface. This regulation will be strictly enforced by field house staff and NLAA volunteers/officials.
  • Athletes using approved spiked shoes must stay on the track surface at all times.