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Additional race information can be found at http://www.armorytrack.com/gprofile.php?do=view_event&event_id=8196&mgroup_id=45586&year=2017.
2017-18 NYRR Night at The Races Track Meets
Meet Contact: James McCowan, email@example.com
The only acceptable spikes allowed on the Armory track surface are 1/4 inch pyramid spikes or 1/4 inch Christmas trees. No pin and needle spikes allowed. All spikes must be checked prior to competition. For the complete Spike Policy at The Armory, please visit: http://armory.tf/SpikePolicy
Meets are open to Open, Club and Collegiate runners 18 and over. No minors or High School students permitted. Spectators must pay a $5 admission fee in the lobby before coming upstairs.
First event starts at 7:00pm. All meets are Women before Men, heats fast to slow, and a rolling time schedule unless otherwise noted on meet day. An approximate time schedule will be available at the clerking table on race day after registration closes.
Meet 1, 12/7/17: Register on Direct Athletics by 4pm on race day
All other Meets: Register on RunSignUp.com by 4pm on race day
Online Entry fee is $25 per meet, $20 for NYRR Members
Relay only entries are $20 per meet for all runners
On-sight Day of Registration is available for $35 cash only
Check in Procedures
Doors open at 6:30 for the meet.
Pre-Registered Runners: Report to the 3rd floor Registration table (near the New Balance Store) to pick up a wristband and bib number, indicating that your payment has been received. Pre-Registered NYRR members may receive $5 cash back at this time upon showing their active club membership card.
Day of Registration Runners: Make payment, receive wristband & bib number, and fill in a registration card at the 3rd floor Registration table (near the New Balance Store).
Check entry lists at clerking table to ensure names and seed times are correct.
Once the event is called (approximately 30 min prior to event start) report to the clerking area on turn one, outside the track, and the officials will assign you into a “section” and give you two hip numbers. One hip number goes on your left hip. The other ones goes on your right chest.
When we run the 5,000m races on January 25th we will also issue shoe chips so we can get splits and accurate lap counts on all athletes. These chips must be returned to the clerks immediately after racing.
Relay teams members all must register and pay individually. On meet day just pick up a team registration sheet from the clerking table, fill it out, and return it. The clerks will then set up the Sections.
5000m Relay (5 people run 200m five times each)
10,000m Relay (10 people run 200m five times each)
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