2019 Angel City Games Track & Field National Records Set
The Angel City Games, presented by The Hartford, is not just about athletes who are ready to compete for medals, but also about helping prepare the adaptive athletes of tomorrow. Sports clinics are perfect for new athletes who are exploring adaptive sports for the first time, or getting their first exposure to instruction from trained coaches, all in a fun and inclusive environment for participants of all ages and physical abilities.
Our Track & Field Clinic features instruction across several disciplines, from track work for wheelchair and ambulatory athletes, to throwing sports like discus, javelin and shot-put, to field events including high jump and long jump. Athletes can move to different stations throughout the clinic to try each discipline.
Track & Field Clinics are for any athlete who wants to participate, regardless of skill level or age and will be held at Drake Stadium. Morning and afternoon clinic sessions will be held with identical curriculum, and athletes are welcome to come to only one session or stay for both.
Clinic Schedule: Friday June 21st, 9am-11:30am & 2pm-4:30pm at Drake Stadium.
Track & Field Competition will be held over two days at Drake Stadium, and includes ambulatory and seated events for racing, jumping and throwing. Competition is open to all ages and skill levels. Classification appointments will be scheduled for those athletes who need to be classified.
Competition Schedule: Saturday June 22nd, 8am-11am and Sunday June 23rd, 8am-11:30am & 1pm-4pm at Drake Stadium.
The Angel City Games, presented by The Hartford, is a World Para Athletics (WPA) Approved event. The competition will be conducted according to the IAAF/NF endorsed competition requirements. The results for athletes who hold a current IPC Athletics license will count for WPA World Rankings List, WPA World and Regional record applications, US Paralympics Track & Field National team status and WPA international competition qualification (i.e., Parapan Am Games, World Championships, Paralympic Games, etc). Athletes not already licensed should apply as early as possible (instructions linked below). Athletes must hold the IPC license prior to the start of the competition as WPA will not count results retroactively.
CLICK HERE to view the IPC licensing page for Track & Field.
All License numbers are included in the WPA masterlist. If your name is not listed on the WPA masterlist your license your license is NOT current for the year.
CLICK HERE to view to the WPA masterlist for Track & Field.