Nashville Track & Field Championships

Nashville, TN

Meet Information

Nashville Track and Field Championships open to all public and private schools in Metro Nashville-Davidson County limits.

-Entry Fee is $50 per girl team or boy team or $100 per school(boys & girls teams both participating).

-Entry Fee checks need to be made payable to The FANS, Inc.

-Entry deadline is Friday, April 20 at 11:00 PM CDT.(This site says midnight but that is based on eastern time zone, be careful). Please do not wait until the last minute to enter your entries.

-NO Substitutions or Additions after Friday, April 20. Please check your entry carefully so that you have entered everyone you think you have entered. Names on the relays do not matter since we go with relay cards on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Mail Entry Fees to:

The FANS, Inc.

P.O Box 1843

Madison TN, 37116

2 individual entries and 1 relay per team per event

The first Nashville City Track Meet Championship was held in 1953 under the name of the Banner Relays sponsored by the Nashville Banner afternoon newspaper and was won by T.P.S. The boys meet remained under the sponsorship of the Nashville Banner until 1986. At that time the Optimist Relays, which had been a regional meet started in 1960, took over the boys city championship in 1987 and the Banner Relays became a regional Mid State track meet. The Optimist Relays continued the meet until the early 1990s when the Murfreesboro Road Optimist Club dropped sponsorship of the meet and the meet became the Nashville Track and Field Championships which has run continuously until today. The Metro girls championship was started by the Optimist Relays in 1966, which was first won by Haynes, and has continued to be the girls Metro championship when the meet transitioned to its current Nashville Track and Field Championships. We are happy to announce that this will be the 66th straight year of the boys championship, the 53st straight year of the girls championship, and the 59th straight year of the Optimist Relays/Nashville Track and Field Championships. The Optimist Relays/ Nashville Track and Field Championships has only been held at four sites in the past, Overton, TPS, McGavock, and Harpeth Hall. We hope all Nashville schools will join in the celebration of this continuing event now returning to McGavock High School for the 2018 track season.

Monday, April 23 at satellite site

Boys - MBA

Girls - FRA

4:00 Boys pole vault at MBA

4:00 Girls pole vault at FRA

Tuesday, April 24 at McGavock

4:00 Boys long jump, triple jump, shot put, discus, and high jump finals

4:15 Girls running prelims (3200 Relay and 3200 will go straight to the finals)

Wednesday, April 25 at McGavock

4:00 Girls long jump, triple jump, shot put, discus, and high jump finals

4:15 Boys running prelims (3200 Relay and 3200 will go straight to the finals)

Friday, April 27 at McGavock

6:00 Running event finals. Boys 3200 first event, Girls 3200 in normal order.