The TTYL Trackmobile made it to almost every corner of the beautiful state of Oregon this May- Hillsboro, Coos Bay, Warrenton, Willamina, Medford, La Grande, Salem, Eugene, East Portland, Klamath Falls, Bend, and Hermiston! All in all nearly 2,300 kids participated in TrackTown Youth League regional meets this year. Thank you to all of our TrackTown Youth League participants and fans for helping us grow the reach of TTTYL year after year! Here are some of our favorite moments from this past month:

Visiting Pre's track. Did you know Marshfield High School, three-time host of our Coos Bay meet, was the high school of none other than Legendary Steve Prefontaine himself? Of course the TTYL Trackmobile had to take a field trip to the amazing new Pre mural in downtown Coos Bay after an epic meet.

Hosting our first ever meet in Willamina. We were so wowed to see 120 kids come out to Willamina High School to experience their first ever TTYL meet, and we had an awesome time working with the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and the Willamina Track Team to host the meet. Go Bulldogs!

Hitting a new meet size record in East Portland. 233 athletes participated in our David Douglas meet. We loved seeing both local track clubs and individual athletes come together to represent Portland at our biggest meet of the season. 

Seeing true grit and determination in Klamath Falls. Klamath Falls hands down won our rainiest meet of the year, but the chilly weather and thunder looming in the distance did not stop our Southern Oregon athletes from giving it their all. We even saw the season's fastest 100 meter time in Klamath Falls, from 14 year old Aiden Kindt, who ran a quick 11.50.

Other season event records across TTYL included:
100m female: Lily Jones, Portland, 12.53
400m male: Evan Gonzales, Salem, 52.72
400m female: Anna Belding, Baker City, 1:04.00
1500m male: Evan Gonzales, Salem, 4:19.73
1500m female: Kate Peters, Lake Oswego, 5:08.10
Long Jump male: Kaiden Weatherstorm, Coos Bay, 18'01"
Long Jump female: Sophia Beckmon, Oregon City, 15'7.5"
Turbo Javelin male: Thomas Reiber, Coos Bay, 119'7"
Turbo Javelin, female: Kyeese Hollands, Portland, 121'09"

If you want to look back on all the fun memories from this spring, you can find results for your local meets posted on our website, and photos from each meet posted on our Facebook page.


TrackTown Youth League Championship

This Saturday, June 9th, marks the culmination of our season of 15 free all-comers meets across Oregon with the highly anticipated 2018 TrackTown Youth League Championship, presented by Providence Sports Medicine. We have a record number of 550 qualifying youth representing 125 communities from across the Northwest participating in this year's championship. The TrackTown Youth League Championship will once again take place directly following the NCAA  Outdoor Track and Field Championships, and we expect nearly 450 families to attend the NCAA meet on Saturday prior to our championship. Saturday's special event will be the final track meet to take place within the current confines of Historic Hayward Field, which will be transformed into the finest track and field facility in the world over the next two years. 

If you are a registered Championship meet participant, be sure to visit the TrackTown Youth League homepage to download the meet information packet, double check that all of your info is correct on the participant list, and purchase additional NCAA tickets if needed. The discount code TTYL for online NCAA ticket purchases will expire on Friday, June 8th at 5:00pm.
Watch our Championship Preview video here!

Follow the TTYL Championship Action

Even if you won't be in Eugene, you can still witness the action from home! Ready Go Productions will be providing a live webcast of all running events You can tune in beginning at 7:00pm from the TrackTown Youth League homepage. Share the link with family and friends wherever they are! Live results for all events will also be posted on our homepage throughout the evening.