2022 Open & Masters Calendar


Date Host/Meet Name Location Registration Type Meet Information  Results
Sat. May 21 USATF Road Mile Championship Meet Info
Mon. May 30 Memorial Mile/Boardman, OH Online Registration Meet Info
Sat. June 4 USATF Mid-Atlantic Championship Online Registration Meet Info
Sat. June 11 USATF East Region Championship Meet Info
Sat – Sun. June 18-19 USATF Three Rivers Association Championships Meet Info
Sat. July 2 USATF Lake Erie/Three Rivers Championships Meet Info
Thurs. – Sun. July 28-31 USATF Open/Masters championships (25+) Meet Info


Other Competitions

Date Host/Location Registration Type Meet Info Results
Sat. May 7 WVU Last Chance Qualifier Online Registration/Meet Information Closed 4/29
Sun. May 22nd Dice Dragon Run Online Registration Meet Info
Sat. June 4th Pittsburgh Track Club’s Night at the Island Track meet/RMU Online Registration Meet Info
Thurs. June 9 Gateway Mile/Gateway HS Online Registration Meet Info
Wed. June 8th Open All-Comers Meet – SRU No Pre-registration Required Meet Info
Sun. June 12th FAME 5K Fun Run/Walk Online Registration Meet Info
Wed. June 15th Open All-Comers Meet – SRU No Pre-registration Required Meet Info
Wed. June 22nd Open All-Comers Meet – SRU  No Pre-registration Required Meet Info
Fri. July 8 Pittsburgh Pharaoh Hounds Petite Track Meet/Schenley Park, Pittsburgh Online Registration Meet Info
Fri. July 22 Liberty Mile Online Registration Meet Info
Sun. Sept. 4 Steelers 5k Meet Info


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The goal of the Association Athlete Development Program (AADP) is to assist in the development of the next generation of GREAT American distance runners. The AADP has been a vital part of USATF since 1993. It is a program that enables Associations and Men’s and Women’s LDR Committees to work collaboratively to provide emerging elite athletes the ability to experience much-needed competition at the National level. The Olympic Marathon Trials have included many former AADP participants. The recent success of our distance squads in international competition has shown that the guidance and support of our developing runners is integral to this success.


Certain events are selected as AADP Events each year. These events have committed a certain amount of funding for AADP athletes. The event may provide housing, transportation allowance, etc. Three Rivers Association also contributes a set amount towards expenses. Athletes must meet certain performance standards in order to be considered for an AADP spot.


Contact Jo Rupp for more information

Committee Chairs

  • Bio

    Masters & Open Track & Field Chair

    Mark Schwartz


  • Joe Sarver

    Masters & Open LDR/Cross Country Chair

    Jo Rupp