Athletes may enter as many events as desired. The Track and Field event is a USA Track and Field sanctioned event, which is sponsored by the Seattle Sports Advisory Council. The Northwest Senior Games thanks the Seattle Sports Advisory Council for the opportunity to partner with them on this event. EVERYONE needs to get his/her number at the registration desk before entering any events.
Field Events: Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus, High Jump, Javelin and Hammer Throw
Track Events: 100 M Dash, 200 M Dash, 400 M Dash, 1,500 M Race Walk, 3,000 M Race Walk (race walk will be judged), 800 M Run, 1,500 M Run, 5,000 M Run, 4 X 100 M Relay and 4 X 400 M Relay
Approximate event order for Field Events:9:30am Pole Vault
9:30am Long Jump, Triple Jump
9:00am Hammer Throw
10:00am Shot Put
11:00am High Jump, Discus
2:00pm Javelin or immediately following last track event
Approximate event order for Track Events:9:30am 5,000 M Run - 2 heats
9:30am Heat 1: Women & Men 55+
9:30am Heat 2: Men 30-54
10:45am 400 M Dash
11:00am 1,500 M Racewalk (judged)
11:20am 3,000 M Racewalk (judged)
11:45am 100 M Dash Finals
12:15pm 1,500 M
12:45pm 4 x 100
1:00pm 800 M Run
1:30pm 200 M Dash
1:45pm 4 x 400 M Relay
Track events may run up to 30 minutes ahead of schedule
For more information call Howie Kellogg (206) 313-1655
Costs: Per Event Fee $5.00
There is NO $15.00 Registration Fee his year. Only the $5 per event fee.
($5.00 fee charged for each event entered, payable on-line on this website or on the day of the event, payable to Seattle Sports Advisory Council.
Registation Deadline: May 25
****There will be an additional $10 late fee charge for those who register the day of the event.
|Saturday, Jun 01||9:00 AM||to||5:00 PM|
How To Register
|Register through this website|
$5 Per Event
Howie Kellog is a long-term employee of 33 years at Seattle Pacific University as an Intramural Director. He graduated from Whitworth College and got his Masters at University of Minnesota. He was a competitive athlete in high school, college and masters now. He believes in the philosophy of the Senior Games and encourages others to get off the couch and try something, have fun and meet people. He coaches high school, college and master athletes.
Tim Pretare is a long term employee of Seattle Parks & Recreation, with a Masters Degree in Physical Education. He was a competitive swimmer in his youth and is now a practicing martial artist and Olympic weightlifter.