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Results: USATF-NE Open & Masters Track & Field Championships

Regis College, Weston, MA – 6/29/2014

Team Scores

MEN

  • 1. Gr.Boston TC 81
  • 2. Sprinticity 35
  • 3. Dare2Dream 16
  • 4. Twilight Throwers 9;
  • 5. CMS, Mass Velocity, and CSU, 7
  • 8. Patriot PV and NEWalkers 6;
  • 10. HFC Striders and WMDP, 5
  • 12. Waltham TC 4
  • 13. NewBalance Boston and BAA 3
  • 15. MIT PV and Nitehawks 2
  • 17.  SISU Project and Somerville RR 1.

WOMEN

  • 1. Gr.Boston TC 42
  • 2. Mass Velocity 22
  • 3. New Balance Boston and Waltham TC 10
  • 5. Dare2Dream and Twilight Throwers, 8
  • 7. SiSU Project 6
  • 8. Wellesley Youth TF, Golden Spikes, MIT PV, Patriot PV, Seekonk Warriors and Providence Cobras 5
  • 14. Endurance Unlimited 3
  • 15. Whirlaway 2

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June 29: USATF-NE Outdoor Track & Field Championships

USATF-NEW ENGLAND OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD OPEN and MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sunday, June 29, 2014

REGIS COLLEGE, WESTON MA

PRIZE MONEY AWARDS BASED ON PERFORMANCE

  • The top placing  eligible* performers in four divisions – male and female placer in both track and field events, based on IAAF scoring table points – will receive $100.
  • Any division winning performance that tops 1000 points earns an additional $100.
  • The overall top point winner by an eligible athlete from among all four divisions will receive an additional $100.
  • If the top performer has met the standard, but is not eligible to receive prize money, the next top eligible finisher in the event who has met the standard and is eligible will receive the prize.
  • All Prize Money will be mailed to winners within ten days of the meet after verifying eligibility

*Eligibility

  • Eligible means being a current USATF member in the New England association, not being a current NCAA athlete, and having no future NCAA eligibility

For more information, visit: http://usatfne.org/track/entry/2014-outdoorchamps.pdf

Updates from the National Junior Olympic T&F Championships

Emma Fitzgerald in the heptathlon (photo: Kikki)

Emma Fitzgerald in the heptathlon (photo: Kikki)

During just the first two days of competition at the USATF National Junior Olympic Championships in Greensboro, NC, five New England association athletes earned medals.

Emma Fitzgerald (Braintree, MA) won the 15-16 heptathlon with 4698 points for the gold to date. Alva Hicks (Providence, RI) earned silver in the 15-16 hammer throw, 160’2″, and Owen Russell (Attleboro, MA) took bronze in the 15-16 hammer throw at 175’9.  Also making the medal podium with 7th place finishes were Nolan Allen (Arlington, MA/Waltham TC) in the 3000m race walk, 17:53.80, and Kyle Faddis (Boxford, MA/BAA Masconomet) in the 13-14 pentathlon, 2586.

Over 5,000 athletes are entered at this year’s nationals, which continues through Sunday.  The Junior Olympics includes a series of meets progressing in meets from association level to regional to national. Athletes compete in two-year age groups from 7-8 to 17-18.

Follow the results at http://www.usatf.org/Events—Calendar/2013/USATF-National-Junior-Olympic-Outdoor-Track—Fiel.aspx

A free live online broadcast of the Championships is available at www.USATF.tv

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