Bryan Clay Invitational Meet Information
The 2017 Bryan Clay Invitational will take place Thursday & Friday, April 13-14, 2017 at the Cougar Athletic Stadium on Azusa Pacific's East Campus. There is no hammer competition scheduled to take place in the 2017 meet.
SCHEDULE & ENTRIES (updated 4/10/17): The meet schedule has been finalized, and the updated schedule can be viewed here: 2017 Bryan Clay Invitational Schedule (updated 4/10/17). The triple jump will begin with an invitational flight starting at 3:30 p.m., with the triple jump open flights scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m.
Entries are also available to be viewed here: Bryan Clay Invitational Entries (unseeded).
Please Note: Heats for the men's 1500 meters, men's 5000 meters, and women's 5000 meters will start with slow heats and finish with the fastest-seeded heat. All other track events will start with fastest-seeded heats first. NOTICE: Field sizes for some Friday events may be limited due to time constraints and number of entries. The discus and javelin events will be limited to 40 total entries.
2017 Meet Program & Performance ListEntries were posted on Monday, April 10, 2017.
Meet Program Files (click each link for PDF):
Thursday, April 13, 2017: 5,000 meters
Friday, April 14, 2017: Field Events
Friday, April 14, 2017: 1,500 meters only
Friday, April 14, 2017: Track Events (except 1,500 meters)
Live Video (FloTrack)FloTrack is the exclusive live video provider of the 2017 Bryan Clay Invitational.
Live ResultsLive results will be available, and the live results link will be posted here.
Entry Fee and InstructionsThe cost of entry is $20 per person per event and $20 per relay team. Entries are now closed. Late entries will not be accepted, and there will be no refunds for scratches.
ScheduleClick here for the FINAL meet schedule (updated 4/10/17). Please Note: Heats for the men's 1500 meters, men's 5000 meters, and women's 5000 meters will start with slow heats and finish with the fastest-seeded heat. All other track events will start with fastest-seeded heats first.
Additional note (update 4/12/17): The men's and women's triple jump will begin with an invitational flight at 3:30 p.m. The triple jump open flights will begin at 4:30 p.m.
Check-InRunners must check in with the clerk at the Clerk Tent at least 45 minutes before their event, or they will be scratched. Field event athletes must check in 20 minutes prior to their event site.
LocationThe Bryan Clay Invitational will be held at the Cougar Athletic Stadium on APU’s East Campus located at the corner of Citrus Avenue and Alosta Avenue in Azusa, California 91702. To get to East Campus and the stadium:
- Take the 210 Freeway to Azusa and exit at Citrus Avenue.
- Travel north on Citrus and cross Alosta Avenue
- Enter the campus by turning right (east) on University Avenue just south of Foothill Boulevard.
- The stadium is on the north side of the parking lot.
FacilitiesThe track and all runway surfaces are Beynon BSS-1000/Hobart. No locker or shower facilities are available for this event.
RulesThe meet will operate under NCAA standard rules. A wind-gauge will be used for sprints and jumps. Jumpers and throwers will get three attempts, with the top nine marks advancing to finals for three additional attempts. Timing will be fully automatic (FAT) for all running events. Athletes must wear 1/4" spikes or shorter.
Implement Weigh-InsImplements weigh-ins will be held on the infield behind the finish line tent.
Warm-UpsRunning warm-ups may be conducted on the practice field southeast of the track.
Sports MedicineThe Sports Medicine Clinic will be available for your use two hours prior to the first event and will be open upon request thereafter. All medical equipment may be accessed at the medical tent in the stadium.
The medical tent is equipped with electrical stimulation, ultrasound, heat packs, taping tables, a cold whirlpool, and first aid supplies. Teams are required to bring their own medical kit with taping and other supplies.
All treatments must be under the supervision of your institution's Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC). If electrical modalities are elected and you are not traveling with an ATC, a formal letter from your ATC stating specific parameters must accompany the athlete. Treatments dictated by the student athlete will not be performed. All other athletes not under the care of a certified athletic trainer will be formally evaluated by an Azusa Pacific athletic training staff member before any treatments are performed.
In case of emergency, the nearest hospital is Foothill Presbyterian Hospital, 250 S. Grand Ave., Glendora, CA 91741; (626)963-8411 (approx. 1.3 miles from campus). For non-emergency, Urgent Care Centers are available at Magan Urgent Care, 420 W. Rowland Street, Covina, CA 91723; (626) 331-6411 (approx. 4.1 miles from campus) Open weekends, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For further information contact Jesse Cops, ATC, and Azusa Pacific's athletic training office at 626-815-6000, ext. 5189, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.