2018 USATF National Master Indoor Championships
IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO ENTER THE INDOOR MASTERS NATIONALS!
LATE ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY NIGHT
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If you missed the "on-time" deadline to enter the 2018 USA Masters Indoor Track & Field Championships, it's not too late. The late entry deadline is just two days away - Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 11:59 AM. However, absolutely no entries will be accepted after Thursday at that time. Don't miss out! Enter now and join the more than 1150 athletes who are already signed up to compete in the largest national indoor championships ever!
The Championships will be held March 16-18 at Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Maryland. Entry and additional athlete information can be found at the link above.
Public transportation and hotel shuttles can get you from the area's three major airports to your hotel; shuttle buses will get you from there to the Complex and back.
Here is the latest hotel information:
Click the link above for Housing and ground transportation information on the event website. The Housing page has links to online reservations at each of the hotels with meet rates.
- The meet headquarters hotel, the Greenbelt Marriott, has no rooms left at the meet rate on Friday or Saturday, but there are still rooms available on Thursday and Sunday. There are also rooms available in the hotel on Friday and Saturday, but not at the meet rate.
- There are still a few rooms left at the DoubleTree at the meet rate on Thursday night. The hotel is fully booked on Friday and Saturday nights.
- There are still rooms available for all nights at the Comfort Inn Upper Marlboro, though they are going fast. This hotel (formerly known as Hotel Largo) recently became part of the Choice Hotels group as a Comfort Inn.
- There are still rooms available at the meet rate at the Holiday Inn Greenbelt.
Be sure to reserve your hotel rooms before the deadlines indicated on the website.
Drug testing will be conducted at this event. Please review the information on drug testing on the meet website so you learn whether any medications you are taking may require a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) or are banned.