Spectators

Spectators

 

The meet starts with field events at 1:15 and prelims at 1:45.  The schedule is approximate.  Depending on many factors, the meet may be running faster or slower than the posted approximate times. Always arrive early. 

Parking

There are multiple lots to use around Clarkston High School. See the map for locations of each lot. The event lot closest to the stadium is closed until the dismissal of students and busses at 3:00pm. Handicap spaces are available in this lot. There is no parking behind the school. All the main and overflow lots can be accessed from the front via Flemings Lake Road. Please use legal parking spaces. The sheriff department will be monitoring to make sure emergency vehicles have access. Those parked illegally may be ticketed and/or towed.

Admission

Admission to the meet is $5 for both students and adults. School or league passes are not accepted.

Viewing

You may use the home stands or the visitor stands to view the meet. The home stands are near the finish line and usually fill up first. There are restricted areas to avoid. Inside the track and roped off areas near field events are for athletes only. Entering a restricted area may result in the disqualification of your athlete.

Souvenir T-shirts

Souvenir t-shirts are available for sale near the main front gate. Cost is $15. Adult sizing (small, medium, large, x-large).

Awards

In each event, the top 3 athletes earn medals and 4th through 8th place earn ribbons. Awards are announced and handed out between events on the 50 yard line facing the home stands. Look for the awards podium. Top 3 girls and top 3 boys teams will receive trophies at the end of the meet. You can follow the results during the meet at: ocmstrackmeet.com/live

Spikes

You may have been convinced by your athlete to purchase racing shoes (otherwise known as spikes because they come with spikes). Be aware that some racing shoes come with longer spikes (like cross country) depending on the shoe/brand. Only 1/4 inch pyramid spikes or shorter are allowed. If an athlete is has spikes longer than 1/4 inch, they will be disqualified from their event.