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The Throwers’ Free For Fall
The KY Throwers’ Free For Fall will be Saturday, October 26th at Berea College. Throwers of every level are welcome. Please pass on the information if you know of someone interested.
A link to the info can be found below. The meet is also listed on USATF.org. That link is also provided.
2019 USATF Masters Outdoor Championships
The USATF Masters Outdoor Championships was held July 11-14 at Iowa State University's Cyclone Sports Complex in Ames, Iowa. 889 athletes participated from more than 140 clubs. Additional athlete information can be found here.
2019 NCCWMA Outdoor Championships
The 2019 North America, Central America, Caribbean WMA (NCCWMA) Regional Championships were held July 18-21, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. More than 1100 athletes participated, including more than 500 members of Team USATF - the largest contingent.
Mark your calendars for the following future events:
2020 USATF Masters Indoor Championships
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
March 13-15, 2020
2020 USATF Masters Outdoor Championships
North Carolina A&T University
Greensboro, North Carolina
July 9-12, 2020
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 20-August 1, 2020
2021 USATF Masters Indoor Championships
New York, New York
March 19-21, 2021
2021 WMA Indoor Championships
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
April 6-13, 2021
2021 USATF Masters Outdoor Championships
Sacramento State University
Late July/Early August 2021
2022 WMA Outdoor Championships
August 17-27, 2022
USATF Anti-Doping Report
Athletes who participate in USATF Championships and Team USATF competitions are subject to drug testing performed by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) in accordance with the USADA Protocol for Olympic and Paralympic Movement Testing.
Please review the USADA page to find information regarding drug testing and which medications may require a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) or are banned.
Masters athletes are subject to doping control testing both in and out of competition and may be sanctioned by the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) for violations. For more information about anti-doping and the processes involved, visit the USADA website. To check on whether any medications or supplements you are taking are banned, visit the globalDRO website. You can find the link to USADA suspensions here.