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Welcome to the CYO Track & Field Page!

 

Welcome to the 2015 CYO Track & Field Season!

Information

Oakland Diocese CYO Track and Field Rules

2015 CYO Track Coaches Certification Workshops

2015 Track Information for Coordinators and Coaches

 

The 2015 Diocesan Track and Field Championship Meet

 

Over 500 runners from 42 parishes around the Oakland Diocese in May competed  for two days of competition in the 2015 Oakland Diocese Track and Field Championship Meet!  The meet will featured a variety of events, including running events, field events and an opening parage and prayer.  For more information on the Diocesan Meet, Click on the links below.

Click Here for Meet Results Page for 2015 Oakland Diocese CYO  Championship Meet Results and More

Click Here to Read the Article in the Catholic Voice

Click for 2015 Diocesan Meet Track and Field Records

 


 


 


 

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For more information about schedules, results and events in the local CYO Track Sections, click on your local area Track Section link, on the right on this page.

 

Patrick Alexander from Holy Spirit CYO, Fremont, clears the bar at 5'2" at a recent Mission Valley Section 3 Meet.

 

"Friends on the field of athletic competition are the real gold of Track. Awards become corroded. Friends gather no dust."
– Jesse Owens


 

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Catholic Youth Organization
Diocese of Oakland

2121 Harrison Street , Oakland CA 94612
510-893-5154 • Fax 510-834-5498

Bill Ford, CYO Director
Grace House, Administrative Assistant

CYO Email

2015 CYO Track and Field Important Dates
Resources for Track Coaches

 

Resources courtesy of American Sports Education Program (ASEP)

(Note: On-line Coaching Essential courses do not meet coaches certification requirements, but are recommended resources.)