RANDOLPH ROADRUNNERS TRACK AND FIELD CLUB
a non profit 501(c)3 youth organization
This page was created to provide more information about our club and program. We encourage everyone to read through this page.
What ages does your club serve? Ages 5-18
Do you have tryouts? No, If the athlete is willing to put in the work, they are welcome to be a part of the Roadrunner family. Our workouts can be very intense.
What is the registration fee for track and what does it include? The registration fees are $180.00 for the 2019 season for each athlete. Registration includes the following: AAU membership/insurance, Uniform, AAU District Qualifier meet fee. Please bring a copy of the athlete’s birth certificate when you come out to register (new and returning athletes). For insurance purposes, athletes may not participate with our club until all paperwork and registration fees are paid with our admin staff. We do not offer a multi-kid discount.
Do you offer refunds? We have a NO refund policy.
When does practice start? Our first day of practice will be March 25, 2019. We begin practice/conditioning at Universal City Park. Practice days are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm to 7:30pm. We will add Tuesday's at a later date. Practice begins at Randolph HS on May 6, 2019. Security Forces requires an entry access list (EAL) for those that do not have access to the military base. Please see Admin for more information
What should athletes wear and bring to practice? We suggest wearing shorts and t-shirt. We also recommend purchasing a really good pair of running shoes and bring plenty of water to every practice. You do not need track spikes for conditioning.
Where do you practice? We begin practice/conditioning at Universal City Park. We will transition Randolph HS (May 6, 2019) after the conditioning phase.
When are the track meets? The track meet can start as early as May. The practice meets are on Saturdays. Track meets start early in the morning and end mid to late afternoons. The athlete entry fee for practice meets ranges from $5 to $7 per meet. The clubs registration fees only include the fee for the District Qualifier.
What is the AAU Junior Olympics? The Junior Olympics is the largest track meet held in the country. Athletes compete against the best of the best in track and field events. The top 8 will receive medals. Other sporting events from other groups also take place during the Junior Olympics.
How do you qualify to participate in the Junior Olympics? During the track season we will have a series of practice meets. District and Regional qualifier meets are held for athletes to advance to the AAU Junior Olympics.
2019 AAU Junior Olympics will be held in Greensboro, North Carolina. We do offer a bus/Hotel package. Pricing each year varies. Children will not be allowed to travel alone on the bus trip. You must have an assigned chaperon for your child. We normally will place 4 to a room. An example would be a Mother and her daughter are going on the bus, she can be assigned two additional girls. It is each parents/guardians responsibility to work out the details if they are not able to attend the bus trip with their child. We recommend planning this in advance to make sure your child has a chaperon. The goal is to have 4 assigned to a room and we need everyone help to accomplish this.