Which one of the following events should be added to track & field meets in Montana?

USA Track & Field - Montana Association
Annual Meeting - Sunday, October 2nd

Here's your opportunity to become more involved with USA Track & Field in Montana and also meet the Board of Directors and Committee Chairs responsible for the operation of the state's Association for USA Track & Field.

On Sunday, October 2nd the USATF-Montana Association will hold its annual meeting at Lindley Center in Bozeman to set the vision for 2006 and establish the goals for the upcoming year. This year is also an election year for the Board of Directors and Committee Chair appointments with a number of openings to be filled for the next term. We invite all of you to consider the opportunity to assist with molding the future for USA Track & Field in Montana; whether it be on the Board of Directors, a Committee chair, or an individual interested in participating on one of the committees.

If for no other reason, we invite all of you to join us on a beautiful fall afternoon in Bozeman for an outdoor barbeque and no-host social hour with coaches, parents, athletes and members of USA Track & Field. Flipping hamburgers and hot dogs will be Dave Skelton and Greg Mohl, while Kay Newman supervises the mess that the two are going to make! It should make for a interesting spectacle.

The no-host social hour begins at 10:30 A.M. with the annual meeting starting promptly at 11:00 A.M. The annual meeting will begin with the formal presentation of the 2005 "Outstanding Athlete" Awards that recognizes the outstanding performances of track & field athletes during the 2005 season. Special track guest Scott McGowen (the first Montana native to run a sub four-minute mile) will be assisting with the presentation of awards.

Lindley Center is located off of East Main Street near Lindley Park. Turn south from East Main Street onto Cypress Avenue, go two blocks and head east for one block (street will curve to the east), arriving at the Lindley Center (i.e., log building).

The Montana Association of USA Track & Field is a group of devoted individuals who having a special passion for the many sports and disciplines of USA Track & Field. They are anxious to share your enthusiasm for the sport. Everyone has something to contribute to USATF --- no matter how big or small I may seem. No need to be a coach, official or athlete, only your love for the sport! Take the first small step in being part of the building blocks for the Montana Association! USA Track & Field … a sport for everyone!

If you're interested in sharing with us your insight and interest in USA Track & Field, please contact one of the Board of Directors or Committee Chairs listed on the Association's website at

See you in October!


(Article by Dave Skelton, October 3, 2005)
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2000 Meter Steeplechase
3000 Meter Racewalk
5,000 Meter Run
4 x 800 Meter Relay
Weight Throw
Don't add any events

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Current Results (As of November 15, 2006, 1:56 pm MST):

20.3% 2000 Meter Steeplechase

4.0% 3000 Meter Racewalk

11.2% 5,000 Meter Run

22.8% 4 x 800 Meter Relay

37.3% Weight Throw

4.3% Don't add any events

Total Votes: 276