All team members must fall into one of the following five (5) eligibility categories:
An employee competing on a corporate team is not eligible to participate as a member of a Club team.
Must have been employed continuously by the corporation forty-five days prior to the start of the meet. They must be working 20 hours or more per week (for each of the six plus weeks leading up to the meet), and be on the corporation's payroll and have taxes withheld by the corporation.
All athletes must be at least 18 years old. Contractors:
Must be under contract with the corporation six months prior to the start of the meet. Must be working 30 hours or more per week, for that corporation, for the entire six months. Eligible contractors comprise independent contractors; outsourced former employees who continue to perform the same work for the corporation, and staff who have long-term service commitments with the corporation, who take direction from corporate employees, and who work to fulfill corporate business objectives, even if they are paid through payroll or temporary staffing agencies. Employees of outside consulting firms who are assigned to client corporations on task assignments are not eligible to compete for those client corporations (example: Andersen Consulting employees on assignment to Hughes may not compete for Hughes). Contractors are eligible to compete as alumni if they worked for the company for 24 months. Any contractor who qualifies as alumni under this provision would be part of the alumni rule which caps the number of participants in this category at 5.
Must be pension eligible, former employees of the represented corporation, with five or more years of service to the corporation and whose age plus years of service equals fifty-five years or more. Years of service accumulated with a business divested, sold or spun off from the parent corporation may be included in the calculation. Retirees must not be a full time employee of another CRA competing corporation. There is no limit on the number of retirees who may compete for a corporation.
Up to five (5) ex-employees or eligible contractors (see item 2. Contractors) who have previously competed for a team in at least one (1) CRA or USCAA National or Regional Track & Field Championship are eligible to compete for that team, provided they are not employed by another competing team. No more than three (3) ex-employees can come from a single company.
Immediate family members of Employees, Contractors, Retirees, and Alumni are eligible. A family member is defined as a spouse/lifetime partner, son, daughter, or parent. A Family Member must be at least 18 years old.
Athletes must be currently member of their club. An athlete competing on a club team is not eligible to participate as a member of a corporate team.
Competitor's age will be determined by their age in years as of December 31 of the current year. For example, any competitor born in 1970 will be considered to be 50 years old for the 2020 competition, regardless of where in the calendar year their birthday falls.
Each athlete may compete in any individual events, no limit on the number of individual events entered. Each individual event can only count toward one relay event. For example, if an athlete runs a 200m, it counts toward the 200m Individual and only one relay that has a 200m leg. The same athlete can compete in another relay, but only for another distance, like a 400m. Except for Teams with 20 or less athletes (athletes still only have to run a distance once, but it can be used in more then one relay).
Once you submit result on the APP, it is it! If you are not happy with your result on any given day, please still keep record of your result and try again another day.
Each team/clubs should strive to have all participants wear their corporate or club jerseys/singlets.
All distances will be run in meters, with the exception of the Men's Mile Team Race.
Athletes can only compete in their assigned age group. An athlete can only compete as a younger athlete in a relay but not as an older athlete.
Points awarded for each event are shown in the tables below.Relays, Team Races (W 800m & M Mile) Scoring Table
|Place||1||2||3||4||5||6||7||8||9||10||11||12||13 to ∞|
|Place||1||2||3||4||5||6||7||8||9 to ∞|
18 to 29, 30 to 34, 35 to 39, 40 to 44, 45 to 49, 50 to 54, 55 to 59, 60 to 64, 65 to 69, 70 to 74, 75 to 79, 80 to 84, 85 to 89, 90 to 94, 95 to 99
All relays and team races are not posted in Athletic.net, the team captains will need to compile their relays and team races based on these rules and the individual results posted by their athletes. For relays, selected athletes can be used for a "younger" age group leg and women can be can be substituted for a men. Each individual results can only be used once in the relays, except for Teams with 20 or less athletes (athletes still only have to run a distance once, but it can be used in more then one relay).
Captains submit their relays and team races results after the completion of the meet.
Four runners, with at least one woman and at least one other runner 40 years of age or older, and at least one other runner 50 years of age or older, each running 100m. The woman, if 40+ or 50+, cannot count as both as a 40 year old or a 50 year old AND a woman.
Four runners, with at least one woman and at least one other runner 40 years of age or older, and at least one other runner 50 years of age or older, each running 200m. The woman, if 40+ or 50+, cannot count as both as a 40 year old or a 50 year old AND a woman.
Four runners, with at least one woman and with at least one runner 40 years of age or older, at least one runner 50 years of age or older, and at least one runner 60 years of age or older, each running 400m. The woman, if 40+, 50+, or 60+, does fulfill that age requirement.
Three runners, each at the level of manager of managers (or the equivalent) or above, and all age 30 or older, with at least one woman, running in order: 800m, 400m, 400m.
Master's Plus Relay:
Five runners, all 40 years of age or older, with at least one woman AND one runner 50 years or older (in addition to the minimum one woman), running in order: 800m, 400m, 800m, 200m, 200m. Note: A typical team make-up is one 40-year-old woman, one 50-year-old man, and three 40-year-old men. The woman, if 50, cannot count as both a 50 year old AND a woman.
Five runners, all 50 years of age or older, with at least one woman and one runner 60 years of age or older running the opening leg, running in order: 200m (60+), 400m, 200m, 600m, 400m.
Sub-Master's Sprint Medley Relay
Four runners, all 30 years of age or older, with at least one woman, running in order: 200m, 200m, 400m, 800m.
Four runners, with at least one woman, running in order: 200m, 200m, 400m, 400m.
Distance Medley Relay:
Four runners, with at least one woman and one master (40 years of age or older), in addition to the one woman, running in order: 1200m, 400m, 800m, 1600m.
Women's Relay: Three women runners whose combined ages total 90 years or more, running in order: 800m, 400m, 400m.
Women's 800-Meter Team Race:
Two female runners, each running 800m, with the sum of both runner's time determining place.
Men's Mile Team Race:
Two male runners, each running one mile, with the sum of both runner's time determining place.
Men's & Women's 5km & 10km Races:
Unlimited of number of participants in any age-group.
Long Jump and High Jump:
Each athlete will be allowed four attempts in the Long Jump, and three attemps per height in High Jump (recommended to move the bar by 1cm for each new height, as you cannot move the bar down if you failed at a new height of more then 1cm).
Each athlete will be allowed four throws in the shot put.
|Male||49 years or under||7.26 Kg (16 pounds)|
|Male||50-59 years||6 Kg|
|Male||60-69 years||5 Kg|
|Male||70-79 years||4 Kg|
|Male||80+ years||3 Kg|
|Female||49 years or under||4 Kg|
Each athlete will be allowed four throws in the discus.
|Male||49 years or under||2.0 Kg|
|Male||50-59 years||1.5 Kg|
|Male||60+ years||1 Kg|
|Female||74 years or under||1 Kg|
|Female||75+ years||.75 Kg|