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Before registering for your event, please read the Sunflower State Games General Rules, Refund Policy and Frequently Asked Questions.

 
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To honor the passing of our friend and former Track Commissioner, Lance Lenard, the Sunflower State Games will be contributing $1 from each Track & Field registration to the Lance Lenard Memorial Scholarship Fund.

 
DATE:
July 15, 2017
SITE:
Hummer Sports Park, SW 6th and Tuffy Kellog Dr.,
Topeka, KS 66606. Click here for directions.
TIME:
See below for the schedule of events.
 
Pre-Event Check-In will be held at the entrance of the stadium on Friday, July 14th from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Day of check-in will open at 7:00 a.m.
 
All Athletes must check-in prior to their first event.
FEE/PAYMENT:
$30 per athlete. Maximum of 10 events.
 
By registering for this event all participants agree to the Sunflower State Games NO refund policy.
REGISTRATION:
DEADLINE:
Saturday, July 8. Deadline will not be extended. Absolutely NO LATE ENTRIES will be accepted. No Exceptions.
 T-SHIRTS:
COMMISSIONER:  
Fran Angell: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 785-215-1324
 
MALE DIVISIONS
FEMALE DIVISIONS
RUNNING EVENTS
FIELD EVENTS
8 & Under 8 & Under 1500-Meter Race Walk Shot Put
9-10 9-10 100-Meter Dash Discus
11-12 11-12 200-Meter Dash Javelin
13-14 13-14 400-Meter Dash Triple Jump
15-16 15-16 800-Meter Run High Jump
17-18 17-18 1500-Meter Run Pole Vault
19-29 19-29 3000-Meter Run Long Jump
30-34 30-34 80-Meter Hurdles Hammer/Safety Throw
35-39 35-39 100-Meter Hurdles  
40-44 40-44 110-Meter Hurdles  
45-49 45-49 4 x 100 Relay Rally  
50-54 50-54 4 x 400 Relay Rally  
55-59 55-59 Steeplechase  
60-64 60-64    
65-69 65-69    
70-74 70-74    
75-79 75-79    
80+ 80+    

COMPETITION FORMAT:

  • USATF rules as modified by SSG will govern the meet.
  • For all participants the age group is determined by their age on the day of competition.
  • For the safety of all participants, throwers must have prior knowledge and experience throwing implements. NO FIRST TIME THROWERS!
  • Medals must be picked up on site and will NOT be mailed. Please note that for field events, results will not be posted until the conclusion of the event.
  • All participants are advised to bring their own water bottles to remain hydrated in the excessive heat. Water stations will be set up throughout the complex, however in an effort to reduce waste from paper cups, you are encouraged to bring your own water bottle for refills.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

  • Field event check-in will be on-site. Please be ready to compete at that time. Events will begin promptly when scheduled.
  • All running event check-in will be conducted at the heating tent.
  • Please note that for running events, a rolling schedule will be used. All running events will be conducted Female first followed by Male, and youngest to oldest.
  • It is the athletes responsibility to have all warm up completed prior to competition start time. Note: As with all track meets, events may run faster or slower, depending on the number of entries.
  • Cafeteria style denotes that you have an opportunity to complete all trials in your registered field events within the allotted time. IT IS THE ATHLETE'S RESPONSIBILITY TO HAVE COMPLETED ALL TRIALS IN THEIR FIELD EVENTS PRIOR TO THE CLOSING OF THE EVENT!
  • In the High Jump and Pole Vault competitions, the bar will be begin at the height noted by the Games Committee. Once the bar begins it's progression, it will not be lowered for any reason, NO EXCEPTIONS.
  • All result protests must be made no later than 30 minutes after the results have been posted on site. A protest fee of $75 will apply and must be paid on site. If the protest is ruled to be in favor of the protesting party, the $75 protest fee will be returned.
  • ALL RESULTS ARE FINAL AFTER THE 30 MINUTE PROTEST DEADLINE AND WILL NOT BE CHANGED ONCE THEY ARE POSTED ON THIS WEB SITE.
  • Medals will be distributed to the top three in each group once all trials have been completed in particular age groups. Medals must be picked up on site and will not be mailed. NO EXCEPTIONS.
THROWING EVENTS: Cafeteria Style - Ages 13 & Up
THROWING EVENTS: Cafeteria Style - Ages 12 & Under
Hammer/Safety Throw: 8am-11am
Shot Put: 8am-Noon
Discus: Noon-6pm
Turbo Javelin: 8am-Noon
Shot Put: Noon-6pm
 
Javelin: 8am-2pm
 
FIELD EVENTS: Cafeteria Style - All ages LONG JUMP: Cafeteria Style - All ages
Pole Vault (progressing bar starting at 5'6"): 8am-Noon
Long Jump - Ages 13 and Under: 8am-11am
High Jump (progressing bar starting at 2'6"): 8am-Noon
Long Jump - Ages 14-18: 11am-2pm
Triple Jump: 8am-11am
Long Jump - Ages 19 and Up: 2pm-5pm
RUNNING EVENTS: Rolling schedule starting at 9am
RUNNING EVENTS: Rolling schedule starting at 3pm
3000m Run (race 1 = ages 8-18; race 2 = ages 19+)
4 x 100m Relay Rally
1500m Racewalk (race 1 = ages 8-18; race 2 = ages 19+)
4 x 400m Relay Rally
80m Hurdles
1500m Run
100m Hurdles 100m Dash
110m Hurdles 400m Dash
 
200m Dash
 
800m Run
A rolling schedule will be used for all running events. Female first followed by male, and youngest to oldest

RELAY RALLY:

The purpose of the Relay Rally is to allow friends or family members to compete on the same team, no matter the age or gender. When contemplating your participation in this event, keep the following in mind: This is an exhibition event that provides a unique opportunity for various friends or family members to compete together. The goal of the Relay Rally is to provide a  FUN experience! If you are a highly competitive relay team looking to fill your trophy case with medals, this event is probably not for you. Please keep in mind that the Relay Rally is considered an ancillary event to the other events on the schedule. Therefore, in order to compete in the Relay Rally, you MUST be registered to compete in other running or field events. So please, take our word for it when considering your participation in the Relay Rally, do not do it with intention of setting records, taking home medals or even testing yourself against top level competition; DO IT FOR FUN!

  • Teams must register on site at heating area when called. You will not pre-register for the relay during the online registration process.
  • Gold, silver, and bronze medals will be awarded to the top three teams in the Relay.
  • RELAYS WILL NOT BE RUN BY SPECIFIC AGE GROUPS OR GENDERS. NO EXCEPTIONS.
 
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