2024 Northern Masters Track and Field Championships

Experience the Excitement at the Northern Masters Track & Field Championships & Open 
Join us at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday, June 29th, 2024, for a day filled with exhilarating track and field action! Organized by the esteemed Darren Scott and featuring the legendary Donald Brown as our Master of Ceremonies, this event promises to be nothing short of spectacular.
With electronic timing and EDM in use for the long throws, you can trust that every second and every meter will be accurately measured as you give your all on the track and in the field. Plus, our well-organized event ensures a seamless experience from start to finish.
Registration is now open at www.race-results.co.uk. Secure your spot today for just £10 for the first event and £5 for each additional event. Please note that medals will be awarded exclusively to paid-up members, so don’t miss your chance to join our esteemed community of athletes.
Entries will close on June 22nd, 2024, so be sure to sign up early to guarantee your spot. Remember, there will be no entries accepted on the day of the event.
Stay tuned for updates on event order and details, coming soon! Don’t miss your chance to be part of this incredible day of competition and camaraderie at the Northern Masters Track & Field Championships & Open. See you at Leigh Sports Village! 🏃‍♂️🥇🏃‍♀️
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No short hurdles but they will be held as a NMAC championship race later at a RunJumpThrow meeting.
We will need helpers on the day. Someone to log in entries on a laptop, a person to give out numbers, another to help give out medals and volunteers to help field event judges. So if you are bringing a family member with you who isn’t competing, can you ask them to help maybe? They would get a packed lunch and possibly travel expenses.
If you are a Field Event judge and are not committed somewhere else that day could you tell Darren Scott.