ELIGIBLE ATHLETES: Boys and Girls Ages 9 – 18
February – July COMPETITIVE SEASON… Practices 2 times a week with Track and Field Track competitions on selected Saturdays/Sundays throughout the season.
FEE SCHEDULE….$100 a month!!!!….Fees are prorated….Returning members receive 10% discount. Additional siblings $55
***member fee includes: Club shirt, facility rental, equipment, registration fees to meets.
Indemnity Agreement EW *must have this form for free trial practice.
Eagles Wings Medical Release Form
Eagles Wings Athlete Registration
Code of Conduct https://www.usatf.org/membership/application/ USATF MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED
Questions and Answers for Interested Members…
AGES 9-18. Club trains year round, see Schedule Page.
Training Facility: Cathedral Catholic High School, San Diego 5555 Del Mar Heights Rd.
TEST RUN PRACTICES! Interested members may try Club on for size during a free practice trial, any practice year round. Fill out membership paperwork for your first practice. At second practice pay membership fee and you become a member for the following months.
When can I join? We prefer members join early season, so the group stays together on the learning curve, but yes, join any time.
Schedule Conflicts? Your attendance may change throughout the year based on your family’s schedule… Some members are with us 12 months a year… others attend certain months due to seasonal sports, performing arts, academics, etc. Practices and competitions are not mandatory, once you are a member, come and go as needed.
EVENTS! New members learn the basics of every event of track and field… then, Specialize in 2-3 events. See Photo Page and Coaches Page, as we have experienced coaches instructing ALL Track events.
High School athletes High schoolers are part of the Club, but not during their Spring High School team season… these athletes train with Club during off-season until their school team starts, then return to Club in Summer.
“This a rare opportunity for Youth athletes to be instructed by expert coaches and train at state of the art facilities”