Bowling Green Relays at WKU

Bowling Green, KY
Hosted by Bowling Green

Meet Information

Online Registration Instructions


We are extremely excited to announce that Bowling Green will be hosting the First Annual Bowling Green Relays for high school boys and girls at Western Kentucky University. Were looking forward to outstanding competition this year with hopes of building this meet moving forward.

All entries must be submitted via by Mon., April 21, 2020 at 12:00 PM. Please direct any entry issues to or

Entry fees:
$60 for Boys teams and $60 for Girls teams.

will be $10 each per event, $30 for relays. Fees are based off of online entries, not actual participation. Make checks payable to Bowling Green Track and Field. Entry fees need to be received by April 14th.

Entries per event:
two individuals and one relay per school.

: medals for 1st through 3rd. Ribbons for 4th through 8th. Trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams.

We will follow NFHS and KHSAA rules.

* Track opens to teams at 8:30. TEAMS MAY NOT ENTER THE COMPLEX BEFORE 8:30.

* Coaches meeting at 9:20 near the awards tent at the Finish line.

* Athletes need their competitor numbers written on their right hand.

* All running events are timed finals. Shot, Discus, Long Jump, High Jump, and Triple Jump will have 3 jumps and send 9 to the finals. We will score 8 places. We will be using the FinishLynx timing system.

Order of field events (beginning at 10:00):

Boys shot put / girls discus followed by girls shot and boys discus

Girls high jump followed by boys high jump

Boys triple jump / girls long jump followed by boys long jump and girls triple jump

Order of running events (beginning at 10:05...rolling schedule):

~ 4 x 800 meter relay

~ Unified 2 x 50 meter relay

~ 100 hurdles

~ 110 hurdles

~ 100 meter dash

~ 4 x 200 meter relay

~ 1 mile

~ 4 x 100 meter relay

~ 400 meter dash

~ 300 meter hurdles

~ 800 meter run

~ 200 meter dash

~ 2 mile

~ 4 x 400 meter relay

Uniform rules:

Athletes will be held accountable to the uniform rules as directed by the KHSAA and NFHS.

The facility:

8 lane rubber track, two jump pits, one pole vault pit, one high jump mat. Shot put and discus are visible from the home stands (discus is thrown onto the football field). All times are shown final on the scoreboard immediately following each heat.

Tents / Warm-up area:

Assuming we have not experienced significant rain the previous day, team tents can be placed in the grass around the track. Once the track closes, athletes may warm up outside of the track area.

Bus parking:

After dropping off their athletes, buses will be directed where to park. Adults will be directing traffic. Athletes will enter at front of facility.

Clerking / Staging:

All running events will clerk by the start of the 110 hurdles. Athletes may check in and stay in that area or choose to move back to the practice field to warm up, but athletes will enter the track at the gate by the start of the 110 hurdles, and will exit all events in the track area at the gate by the finish line. At no time should an athlete jump the fence or enter at another gate.

If a competitor shows up to an event without a number, he or she will be scratched. Likewise, should a competitor miss third and final call, he or she will be scratched.

Coaches' wristbands:

Coaches will be allotted wristbands for use of the hospitality tent. Head coaches will notify Coach Clark during the coaches' meeting as to the number of wristbands needed for the day.


Athletes who score in the top 8 will be asked down for an awards ceremony as final results come in. Please try to get your athletes down for that, where they will receive medals for 1st-3rd and ribbons for 4th-8th.