North and Central America and Caribbean Region of World Masters Athletics Championships
Mark Connolly Photos
York Lions Stadium – Toronto
Home of the 2015 Pan Am Games
Home of the 2020 World Masters Championships
August 11-13, 2017
Held in conjunction with the Canadian Masters Athletics Championships
43rd Annual – Since 1974
The CMA Championships and the NCC Championships are the same events
Canadians are eligible for CMA and NCCWMA medals
Meet Director – Doug Smith
Registration is Closed – No entries at the meet
Latest Info in BOLD
Bib Numbers can be picked up;
Thursday – 4:00pm to 6:00pm at the Toronto Track & Field Centre (upstairs)
Friday to Sunday – starting at 8:00am at York Stadium (north end concourse)
Look up your bib number (above – Entries Numbered) to aid the registration volunteers
Bib numbers to be worn on the front – Throws numbers on the back – High Jump and Pole Vault on either side. Remember to keep the same number for the entire meet !
Distance races, where there are mixed age groups, require an Age Group Number (for your back). Please keep the Age Group number for other events.
Athletes can train at the TTFC – the daily entrance fee is $5.50/adult $2.75/senior
Implements will be provided Information
Please note the outdoor track will be closed on Thursday August 10th 8am to 4pm
The TTFC track can be used on Saturday as all track competition is at York and on Friday after Noon.
Most events will be at the York Lions Stadium – 230 Ian MacDonald Blvd, Toronto
Some Throws flights and track races will be across the street at the Toronto Track and Field Centre
Check in 30 minutes prior to your event.
If you are not checked in when the event starts, you are disqualified.
Field events just report to the Official at the event
The Weights and Measures desk is at track level, under the York stadium, just past the finish line, and at the TTFC, in the garage, for those events
The winners of each heat and the next fastest times will advance to the finals.
If a scheduled Prelim has a number of no-shows making a Prelim unnecessary, the Final will be run as scheduled
There will be awards for the Top Three Relay teams in each age group Relay Information
Complete results will be posted. Medals will be presented after the results are posted
Awards are presented immediately after the results are received at the Awards desk – on the Concourse Level at the north end of the stadium
New NCCWMA Championship medals* to the top three in each 5 year age group 30-34 and up. Medals will be awarded immediately after the results are posted.
Foreign athletes, not from the NCC region, will receive a duplicate medal.
*Due to an unprecedented number of entries, NCCWMA has ordered a similar medal, Awards will make sure you have at least one of the first-order medal
CMA Championship medals to the first three Canadian athletes in each age group.
In the case where there are not three Canadians in a final, the medals will go to those who have made the final, the remaining medals will be based on fastest times in the preliminary rounds.
Free professional photos of most events will be posted each day
Championship T Shirts;
Will be for sale at Registration
Officials needed – please contact Lily Whalen
Volunteers needed – please contact Lynn McFerran
Post 2016 Championships comments…..
One of the most well organized, friendly and fun meets I have ever competed in!
– Anthony Davis USA
Congratulations on a great meet. It is worthwhile coming from Edmonton to participate. The facility was more than first class! – Bruce Mintz AB
Thank you for a really fun meet. You weathered the storms literally and everything turned out awesome. In my best Arnold Schwarzenegger voice ” I will be back” – Lisa Daley USA
Outstanding meet once again! – Serge Faucher – ON
Many thanks for a superb meet – Earl Fee ON