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Event Logo 2015 Hoosier Cross Country Grand Prix
Sunday, October 11, 2015 - Saturday, November 14, 2015
Various Venues
Various, IN

standings (final)

In October and November USATF Indiana will host a series of cross country meets as part of the 2nd annual USATF INDIANA Hoosier Cross Country Grand Prix.  The Grand Prix schedule includes 
events in Columbus, Noblesville, Lowell, Seymour, Shelbyville, and West Lafayette.  Each meet will offer races for youth, open, and masters athletes.  USATF membership is not required to participate in the meets.  USATF Indiana members will earn Grand Prix points at each of the meets that will accumulate towards a year-end grand prix score and place. 

The Grand Prix will culminate with the USATF Indiana Cross Country Championships* on November 14.
* additional scoring opportunites will be available for those athletes who compete in the Junior Olympic Region and National Championships and the USATF National Club Cross Country Championships).

SCHEDULE:
Date Meet Location Information
Oct. 11 Shelbyville Classic Blue River XC Park website
Oct. 18 Columbus Classic Ceraland Park website
Oct. 18 Lowell Classic Lowell High School website
Oct. 25 Noblesville Classic Guerin Catholic website
Nov. 1 W. Lafayette Classic Purdue University website
Nov. 7 Seymour Classic  Freeman Field Recreational Area website
Nov. 14 Association Champs - Junior Olympics Ceraland Park - Columbus, IN website
Nov. 14 Association Champs - Open & Masters Ceraland Park - Columbus, IN website

RULES: (How you Score in the Grand Prix):
Membership:  You must be a current USATF Indiana member to earn Grand Prix points.  Check your membership status here.  Not a member?  Join here.

Divisions
  • Youth (8&under, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16,17-18)
  • Open (19-39 yrs.)
  • Masters (40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64..............100+)
Classic events (Oct 11 - Nov. 7) : The winner of each division will be awarded 500 points and the last place finisher will be awarded 100 points. Points will then be awarded to all finishers in each division on a descending scale down to the minimum point value (100). 

Championship Race: The winner of each division will be awarded 1000 points and the last place finisher will be awarded 200 points. Points shall then be awarded to all finishers in a division on a descending scale down to the minimum point value (200).

An athlete’s best four scores  will be added together to determine their Grand Prix score.

Bonus Points: An additional 100 points will be added to the athlete’s score for participation in each of the following events;
  • 5th event in the Grand Prix
  • 6th event in the Grand Prix
  • Region 7 Junior Olympic  XC Champs.
  • National Junior Olympic XC Champs. (December 12 in Albuquerque, N.M.)
  • National Club XC Champs. (December 12 in San Francisco, Calf.)