Watch the AAU Junior Olympics Track and Field Games live stream

The 2023 AAU Junior Olympics Track and Field Games is taking place at Drake University’s Drake Stadium from Starting 29 July through 5 August, and you can watch a live streaming broadcast on FloTrack YouTube Channel (this is a preview). Please visit the FloTrack website to watch the full streams. The AAU Junior Olympics Track and Field Championships are one of the top platforms in the country to develop the talents of young athletes.

Please note that in order to watch the full streaming coverage, you will need to visit the FloTrack website, as it could require a subscription. The YouTube stream is a preview of the Games, as noted by the providers on Saturday. For live results of the championships, click this link

Day 1 action at the championships will start on Saturday (29) at 1:00 p.m., with the Multi Events taking place over the opening two days. Following the opening two days, the athletes will then take part in a number of open track and field events, starting on Monday, 31 July, and the competition will continue for six days.

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How to qualify for the AAU Junior Olympics Track and Field Games?

Step 1: District Qualifier

In the first step of qualifying for the AAU Junior Olympic Games, athletes must participate in the District Qualifier. The top sixteen (16) finishers in each individual, relay, and multi-event will advance from the District Qualifier to the Regional Qualifier.

It’s important to note that competitors can only advance to the Regional Qualifier in the events they actually competed and qualified in at the District level. Districts can request a waiver from conducting a District qualifying meet from the AAU Track and Field Executive Committee, if petitioned by the District Sport Director.

Step 2: Regional Qualifier

The second step involves the Regional Qualifier. The advancement criteria from the Regional Qualifiers to the AAU Junior Olympic Games are as follows:

  • Running Events: The top six (6) athletes advance.
  • Field Events: The top six (6) athletes advance.
  • Relays: The top six (6) teams advance.
  • Multi-Events: The top three (3) athletes advance.

Step 3: Host Regional Qualifier

The final step is the Host Regional Qualifier. The advancement criteria from the Host Regional Qualifier to the AAU Junior Olympic Games are as follows:

  • Running Events: The top eight (8) athletes advance.
  • Field Events: The top eight (8) athletes advance.
  • Relays: The top six (6) teams advance.
  • Multi-Events: The top three (3) athletes advance.

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