Track Meet Day: What to Pack?

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What should I bring to a track meet?

Track Meet Day: What to Pack?

All track and field athletes need to take responsibility for their personal equipment needs and bring gear including spikes, gloves, their specific shot put, discus, or javelin. But a few other things are helpful for athletes in any events to have in their bags:
-Band-aids, both small and large, for mid-meet blisters on fingers, toes, or heels
-Toilet paper/Kleenex
-Water bottle/sports beverage of choice
-Energy snack of choice (bars, gels, crackers, etc.)
- Pain reliever (Advil, Tylenol, etc.)
-Warm-up jacket; even on a warm day, sprinters, jumpers, and hurdlers in particular need to stay warm between events

   

Comments

4/8/2007 4:24:49 PM
Deirdre said:

I would also add a hat of some sort or an umbrella since there sometimes are no tents on the field. Also any personal medications (ie inhalers, epipens, insulin) and sunscreen


10/24/2007 5:06:29 PM
zachary said:

do you know how long the track is


1/30/2009 8:30:26 PM
katlyn poole said:

this is perfect so next year in 7th grade i can show the coach how propaired i am:)


5/12/2009 3:56:35 PM
Adrinne said:

This helped a little thanks


6/7/2009 9:49:13 PM
Saby said:

why do we need to bring toilet paper


5/29/2011 9:52:08 PM
Kristina said:

Thanks, this helped alot! :)


10/17/2011 9:01:38 PM
Isabelle said:

I agree 100%. But when you drink your sports drink make sure you do it after because you will feel really bad after the meet


5/26/2015 9:25:58 PM
Mekyla :) said:

Don't drink to much water to the track day it will up set you stomach to the poin where you don't want to run and go easy you don't have to practice every thing:D




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