Saturday, June 12, 2021
The Harry Jerome International Track Classic is Canada's longest-running track and field event. In its 38-year history, world and Olympic champions, world recordholders, Canadian stars and young hopefuls have thrilled spectators, achieved personal bests and, thanks to the vision and dedication of the Achilles International Track and Field Society, continued in their quest to become Faster, Higher and Stronger.
The Vancouver Sun Harry Jerome Track Classic is hosted by the Achilles International Track & Field Society, a non-profit society registered in British Columbia. Net proceeds from this event support track and field competition in BC.
The Athletics Canada Tokyo Qualifier Series will offer high-level competitive opportunities on home soil for high performance athletes and Olympic/Paralympic hopefuls. Prize money will be available to the top-placing individuals at most meets, in addition to travel and Integrated Support Team support. The nine meets, which will take place in four provinces and in 10 cities across the country, will offer athletes the opportunity to achieve the Olympic or Paralympic qualification standard and to gain valuable world rankings points.
3883 Imperial Street, Burnaby, BC V5G 4H7
944 Dalhousie Dr, Kamloops, BC V2C 6N6
For the latest version of the schedule, please see the 2nd tab of the live entries link:
NOTE: We will no longer be using UBC as a venue. Jumps and javelin will be held at Swangard Stadium.
100m, 400m, 1500m, 5000m, 3000m Steeplechase, high jump, triple jump, pole vault, javelin, shot put, hammer, (Para athletes will be integrated into able body events)
200m, 800m, 1500m, 5000m, 100m hurdles, 400m hurdles, 3000m Steeplechase, high jump, pole vault, javelin, discus, (Para athletes will be integrated into able body events)
Important Note: Organizers reserve the right to modify the event list.
Prospective pacemakers, please contact Marek Jedrzejek: email@example.com
Athletes who have not yet confirmed, please submit the confirmation form above.
The event will be broadcasted on AthleticsCanada.tv. More information to come.
Live results can be found here.
All participants in the meet must hold a 2021 BC Athletics or equivalent membership in order to take part in the meet. More BC Athletics information.
Eligible memberships are:
Results from 2019 Harry Jerome Classic
There will be two layers of prizing.
Awarded only if there are enough participants with seasonal bests (dating back to January 1, 2019) over 1000World Athletics Results Points. Placing prizes not awarded to last place.
E.g. in men's 1500m, there are 3athletes entered with personal bests above 1000 points. Only 1st and 2ndplace will be awarded a placing prize.
E.g. in the men's High Jump, there are 4 athletes entered with personal bests above 1000 points. 1st, 2nd and3rd will be awarded a placing prize
WA Points Prizes
Point levels and amounts are tentatively set and meet management reserves the right to change them.
Thresholds are based on the performance achieved at the 2021 Harry Jerome. Only results score points count towards prizing.
All athletes in an event that achieve the points threshold will be awarded. (E.g. 5 athletes in one event could receive a Points Prize)
Friday, June 11: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm via Zoom
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As of May 12, 2021 only-BC based athletes on a high performance list are eligible to compete in their home region (Lower Mainland, Interior BC, Vancouver Island). Should these restrictions change, enabling athletes to travel into region, the following travel-related information will apply:
Due to COVID-19, there will not be an official 2021 Meet Hotel, nor will any ground transportation be provided.
Athletes attending from out of town will be provided with a travel stipend based on their geography and performance tier. Performance tier will be determined by the World Athletics Results Score (not performance score) from a performance in their event no earlier than January 1, 2019.
Athletes will be responsible for booking their own travel arrangements, including local ground transportation.
Eligible nationally carded athletes travelling from another region in BC can contact Nigel for more details.
However, the following hotels have offered discounted rates for Harry Jerome competitors:
6083 McKay Avenue Burnaby (6 minutes drive or 20 minutes walk)
June 10-13 rates from $129.00
Special rate reservation deadline: May 27
Hotel amenities include:
Valid at participating properties throughout Canada and the United States – including 3 in Richmond (near airport), 2 in Burnaby (near Swangard Stadium) and 8 downtown Vancouver
Membership entitles you/the registrant to the benefit of up to a 25% discount off the regular room rate at participating properties. Here are the “rate rules:”
Your name must be on the approved list as a:
Athletes will have specific entry and exit times into the facility:
Implement & Shoe Check
Social Distancing & Masks
Onsight physical therapy will not be provided this year.