Triton Invitational 2021

San Clemente, CA

Meet Information

Triton Invitational

In Partnership with

Saturday, April 24th - 7:45 AM

Contact Information: Dan Johnson - Meet Director

Cell - (949) 632-5302  E-Mail -

 Meet Registration: Online at

Coaches will be able to enter athletes until 3:00 PM on Thursday, April 22, 2021.

Scratches: Please notify us immediately of any scratches by e-mail at

your cooperation will help ensure a full field for each event, and make for a better meet.

Facilities: Our synthetic surfaces require the use of 3/16" or 7mm needle spikes. Only 3/16"

or 7mm needle spikes will be allowed in the stadium. Spikes will be checked

at the athlete's gate and again at the starting line. If needed, spikes will be

on sale near the athlete's gate. The track infield area is also a

synthetic surface, therefore absolutely no food, gum, or sports drinks will be

allowed onto the track or infield area

 Athletes Admission: Athletes will be admitted only through the athlete's check-in gate. Athletes must be

wearing their uniform, and have their spikes ready to be checked before they

will be admitted.

 Starting Heights: Starting heights will be determined after the fields for the high jump and pole

vault has been seeded. In the other jumping events and the throwing events,

the fields will be broken down into flights. The athletes in the Invitational

flight will rotate in taking three trials each. Seven athletes will qualify for

the finals. Following the same routine, each athlete who qualifies shall have

three more trials in the finals, in reverse order of their trials performance.

In the Frosh / Soph field events, four trials will be given.

 Alley Starts: The 800's, 1600's, 3200's and Distance Medley Relays will use a one-turn staggered start

with 3-4 athletes in a three-lane box. As will be explained by the starter, athletes may break for the pole at the beginning of the backstretch.

Batons: Relay teams must bring their own batons. We will have some available if you forget them.

 Dressing Facilities: Athletes should come dressed to compete. Restrooms will be available.

 Coach's Envelopes: Coaches can pick up team envelopes at the credentials area located near the

athlete's gate. Team envelopes will be available from 6:45 am until 2:30 pm. The envelope will contain your

passes and a program. Athletes will be admitted only at the Athlete's gate. Only the number of athletes listed on your entries will be admitted. All others must enter through the general admission gate. Please check your program as soon as possible to confirm that all entries are correct.

Participants: Warm-up areas will be on the grass fields immediately east and north of the stadium. Only

athletes who have been escorted from the clerking area will be allowed to warm up on the infield of the track. Team canopies will be allowed in the top row of the stadium bleachers and around the perimeter of the warm-up areas.

 Alternates: If you have an athlete or relay team listed as an alternate they need to report to the "Alternate Holding Area" next to the clerk of the course before the third call ten minutes prior to the start of an event. The clerk will not call for alternates over the PA system, so please make sure your alternate athletes have reported to the clerk or they will be passed over.

Clerk of the Course: Athletes are responsible for checking in with the Clerk of the Course by the last call for their event. Athletes who do not check in on time will be replaced by an alternate. Please make sure your athletes and

coaches are listening for event calls from the clerk. Pole Vault, Shot Put, and Discus athletes should report to the officials at their respective events to check-in for competition. Athletes competing in the jumping events will be required to check-in at their event and receive a wrist band in order to remain in the infield jumping areas. Field event athletes who are in running events must check in with the Clerk of the Course and be escorted to the staging area.

Call Schedule: First call - 20 minutes prior to the event, Second call - 15 minutes prior to the event, Third call - 10 minutes prior to the event (alternates will be added to race if athletes have not reported at this third and final call). Clerk / Race information will be posted on the main scoreboard during the meet.


 Awards: There will be no team scoring or team trophies. Medals will be awarded to places 1-3 in each heat/flight for every event. Nike Gear bags will be awarded to Invitational heat winners.

 Admission Prices: General Admission - $6.00, Students with ASB card - $4.00, Children under 12 - $3.00

 Passes: Only official CIF passes and working press passes will be honored at the gate.

 Official Programs: Programs will be sold all day (each coach's packet will contain a program).

 Invitational T-Shirts: Will be sold at the concession booth near the snack bar.

 Entry Fees: Please remember that all entry fees must be paid prior to the meet or when you pick up your team packet at the credentials desk. School or Head Coach's personal checks will be accepted at the meet. Receipts will be issued. Invitational Fees: $12.00 per event; $30.00 per relay team; $400.00 boys / $400.00 girls team maximum fee cap. $10.00 to add athletes on meet day. Teams paying the maximum will not be charged for late adds on meet day. Please make checks payable to - TBC Track & Field

Public Health Guidelines - CDPH guidelines will be strictly enforced, including;

1. Only athletes from adjoining counties are allowed to enter the meet.

2. Coaches are responsible for ensuring that their athletes have been screened for Covid symptoms.

3. Athletes and spectators must wear masks at all times. Athletes who are warming up or competing are the only exception.

4. Teams must remain in cohorts throughout the day.

5. Athletes who are competing in multiple events will be given a wristband that identifies them as a

multi-event athlete. Athletes who are competing in only one event should arrive no sooner than one hour before their event and leave immediately after the event is completed.

6. Spectators must wear a mask at all times and follow social distancing protocols as much as possible.