About USA Track & Field, Inc.
USA Track & Field (USATF) has its membership on the run -- and the discus, shot-put, decathlon, and javelin. The group is the governing body for track and field sports, long distance running, and race walking in the US. It has more than 130,000 members and sanctions more than 8,000 events a year; member groups include the NCAA, Road Runners Club of America, Running USA, and the National Federation of State High School Associations. The organization sets rules, promotes the sport, and selects the US track and field Olympic teams. Its around 55 associations oversee the sport and its more than 3,000 local clubs. USATF traces its heritage to the Amateur Athletic Union, founded in New York City in 1878.
USATF fulfills a range of critical leadership roles and functions for the sport, including: developing, selecting, and leading Team USATF; establishing grassroots programs, promoting programs of training and competition; establishing and enforcing the rules and regulations; and conducting coaching education courses to educate coaches of all levels across the country, among others.
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USATF is headquartered in Indiana,
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More than 130,000 Americans are members of USATF. Its member organizations include the NCAA, NAIA, Road Runners Club of America, Running USA, and the National Federation of State High School Associations. The card-carrying members receive an array of Member Benefits, including insurance benefits, discounts on subscriptions to track and field and fitness-related magazines, and reduced prices on a variety of other items.
USA Track & Field (USATF) and Movista have partnered to protect the safety of athletes, coaches, employees and the public at large by leveraging cutting-edge mobile technology. Movista's Project Health technology gives USATF a trackable way to log health screenings, ensuring users reduce the risk of potential exposure to COVID-19. For example, before any USATF national office employee can start their assigned shift, the app requires an answer to a series of questions related to COVID-19 symptoms and exposure. If the employee indicates they are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to risk, the system restricts them from working in the building that day and instructs the employee on what steps to take. If the employee has not been exposed to risk and is not experiencing symptoms, they are cleared for work.
130 E Washington St STE 800
Indianapolis, IN 46204-4619
Phone: 1 (317) 261-0500
Employer Type: Privately Owned
Chair: Stephanie Hightower
CEO and Director: Doug Logan
Vice Chair: Jack Wickens
Employees (This Location): 38
Employees (All Locations): 77