Live Results / Performance List: DCT.live
***On the Live Performance List each event lists all entries, including the alternates with a note on the top of each event page as to how many athletes are accepted and which athletes are alternates.***
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Saturday GoFan Ticketing
Fixed Time Schedule / Declaration Schedule
Unless the meet begins to run behind the schedule listed below we will not use a rolling schedule. We will plan to follow the schedule posted below. Note the time for each event as well as the declaration time for each event.
Saturday Time Schedule
Event Start Time
Womens 60 Hurdles
Mens 60 Hurdles
Womens 60 Dash
Mens 60 Dash
Womens 2 Mile
Mens 2 Mile
Saturday Field Schedule
9:00 AM Start
Womens shot put followed by mens shot put
Mens and Womens triple jump
Mens' pole vault followed by womens pole vault
Follow Triple Jump
Mens and Womens long jump
After Shot Put
Mens Weight followed by Womens Weight
After 60m Dash, 10:15am
Womens high jump followed by mens high jump
Eastern Indoors FAQs
All team-affiliated coaches will be given a coaches pass/armband. At packet pickup please report the number of official team coaches and you will be given that number of armbands. Coaches bands will garner access to the backstretch and mezzanine area. No coaches should be on the track surface or infield during the meet. Please be respectful of meet officials, particularly in the clerking area and throwing area which can become very busy.
Unattached athletes, not entered as a part of a team, will not be given coaches passes and anyone chaperoning an unattached athlete should purchase a ticket.
Live Results / Performance List / Section Assignments
DC Timing Live Results Page- https://live.dcracetiming.com/
Live Performance List- Our live results page includes the current performance list (reflecting all scratches processed so far). Be aware it includes ALL athletes, both admitted athletes and alternates.
Live results, in most cases, will also include lap splits for all races over 1 lap.
Declaration Process / Spike Check / Assigning Sections
We will use the declaration method for clerking all of our running events this weekend. This is a two-step process where athletes report with their competitor number to the declaration area in the room labeled declaration past the finish line to confirm that they are present and intend to run the event. After declaring for the event, athletes can warm-up and should listen for further announcements. Anyone not declared for an event when the declaration closes will be scratched from the event and cannot run. Then, when called to return, athletes will return to the clerking area near the warm-up track and throws cage for their section and lane assignments. Once called to the clerking area, athletes will remain in the area until their races.
Athletes need to be attentive to announcements and the general flow of the meet. The meet schedule does indicate when the declaration period closes for each event. The declaration for an event will be 45 minutes before that event. Multi-event athletes may have a parent, coach, or teammate help with the declaration process but they must know the athletes competitor number to report.
This process will help us create the most competitive races with no empty lanes.
Spike check will also take place during the declaration process in the declaration room. When an athlete declares for their first event of the day they should present their spikes for examination (only pyramid spikes or shorter).
Sections/Heats will not be assigned until after the declaration process is completed. Soon after declaration the sections will be posted on https://live.dcracetiming.com/ . Athletes and coaches can project what section they will be in using the current performance list and the field sizes listed for each event (60m/60H- 8, 200/400/4x4- 6, 800/Mile/4x8- 12, 2 Mile- 16).
Event order- Fast Sections first
We will run our fastest section first in all running events. There are no prelims/finals in running events, all events will be sections with results based on time.
Eastern Indoors will bring national class competition to Louisville's world-class Norton Sports & Learning Complex!
The goal of Eastern Indoors is bringing together the best high school athletes from the Midwest and the Southeast (and anywhere else) to compete on one of the nations newest and fastest tracks at the Norton Sports and Learning Complex in Louisville, KY (https://www.nortonslc.com/).
Coaches should consider running all of our Eastern Premier events in 2023 with the Eastern Indoors on February 10-11, Eastern Relays on April 21-22, and the Louisville Cross Country Classic on September 29-30.
The meet will feature elite high school and middle school track and field action! We are also thrilled to welcome professional athletes to Eastern Indoors.
Friday GoFan Ticketing: https://gofan.co/app/events/860248?schoolId=KY6154_1
Facility and Campus Layout
All tickets will be sold online, through GoFan. The facility does have a capacity limit, so parents and spectators are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance.
Entry fees for individual events are $15 for High School Athletes and $10 for Middle School Athletes. Relay entries are $40. All fees will be calculated when you enter and milesplit will general an invoice each team upon completion of entries.
Eastern Indoors Entry Procedures & Standards
Entry to the meet will be based on lifetime best performance. Athletes can earn guaranteed entry by meeting the qualifying times below, then we will fill the remaining field using a descending order list.
All entries must be submitted electronically using the entry portal at http://easternindoors.milesplit.com. It is important that valid results for your team are included on the milesplit database. If any of your meets are not included in the milesplit national database, please send digital results to your states milesplit editor or email@example.com. Teams may enter all athletes who meet the guaranteed entry marks. Note, qualifying marks will not be accepted from meets that do not produce digital results, posted to the internet.
Coaches may enter any athletes who have a verifiable PR (lifetime best indoor or outdoor) in the milesplit database that meets the guaranteed entry standard. After all guaranteed entries we will fill the field to our desired field size with athletes outside the automatic qualifying standard. Coaches are encouraged to enter high caliber athletes who have not met the automatic qualifying standards. As we draw closer to the meet, we will give coaches an opportunity to scratch athletes not in a position to qualify. Final seeding and acceptance decisions are at the discretion of meet management and will be determined after the entry period is closed.
Expected field sizes are listed below but may be adjusted based on event demand and our time schedule.
Field Sizes Expanded as of Monday 2/6 below