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Meet information

Date and location

The results submission window opens at 12:00am PDT on Friday June 11th, 2021 and closes at 11:59pm PDT on Sunday June 27th, 2021. All results submissions must occur no earlier than the entry window, and results must be submitted by the close of the entry window. Registration is available now.


Track Events: 100M, 200M, 400M, 800M, Mile, 5,000M, Intermediate Hurdles (400M), and High Hurdles (110/100M)
Relays: No relays will be contested
Field Events: Long Jump, Triple Jump, Javelin, Discus, Shot Put, Pole Vault, High Jump, and Hammer Throw.

Results Submission

Instead of competing on a specific date/time at a specific venue, you can participate from your home facilities against athletes from around the world. You’ll compete with your friends or against the clock, and then submit your results to us. After the submission window closes, we will compile all your results and crown the age category winners. Whether you have access to full track facilities or are only able to run around the block or throw in your backyard, we want to allow everyone to participate in the competition. Participants in running events will have the opportunity to submit GPS-tracking files for verification, team captains can certify their team’s entries, and all others will self-certify their results. This is NOT a USATF-sanctioned event; it is purely a fun event with some friendly competition while we eagerly await the return of in-person events.

The Results Submission page is not yet available. Check back on June 11th.


All athletes are eligible to compete (no age requirement).

Beneficiary and Charity Partner

Pride Track and Field Meet is a fundraiser for the San Francisco Track and Field Club, a 501c3 nonprofit which supports LGBTQ+ and allied track and field athletes in the Bay Area and beyond. We provide coached practices for our sprinting, middle/long distance, and throwing training groups, which are free and open to all.

This year, we are partnering this year with the San Francisco – Marin Food Bank, which has been feeding Bay Area families in need of food assistance for 34 years. Donations may be made during registration, or you can donate to the Food Bank via our event page on their website.


Virtual medals will be rewarded to the top three finishers in each Men’s and Women’s age group. Athletes under age 30 will compete in an Open Division, and older athletes will be assigned to age/gender cohorts in 5-year increments (30-34 women, etc.) Virtual participation medals will also be awarded to all participants.