All ages as of December 31st.
Competition Season: Pertains to event director events for Road Racing, Cross-Country, and Track and Field.
The world’s greatest track and field athletes will gather at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland on March 17-20 to compete in the 16th IAAF World Indoor Championships, the first time this biennial event has been contested in the U.S. since the inaugural meeting in 1987 in Indianapolis.
Previous hosts of IAAF World Indoor Championships
Sopot (2014), Istanbul (2012), Doha (2010), Valencia (2008), Moscow (2006), Budapest (2004), Birmingham (2003), Lisbon (2001), Maebashi, Japan (1999), Paris (1997), Barcelona (1995), Toronto (1993), Seville (1991), Budapest (1989), Indianapolis (1987).
About the IAAF
The International Association of Athletics Federations is the world’s governing body for the sport of track and field. It represents 212 national federations, the second-largest athletics organization in the world. The IAAF Council consists of 27 elected members and the General Secretary, including a president, four vice-presidents, a treasurer, and one representative from each of the six Area groups: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceania.
About TrackTown USA
TrackTown USA, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to setting a standard of excellence in the sports of track and field and running by hosting premier events, creating a supportive environment for elite athletic performances, improving facilities and inspiring the next generation of track and field athletes and fans. The organization is responsible for organizing the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships, the 2015 USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships, the 2016 IAAF World Indoor Championships and the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials—Track & Field.