The Mission of the Wisconsin Association of USA Track and Field is to provide a variety of activities for all levels of athletes from the grassroots through the elite level.

Our goal is to provide programs and competitions which aid in the development of performance levels of all Olympic track and field programs. This is done by integrating the resources from development, sport science, and coaching education to further the knowledge of technique and training for track and field, racewalking, and long distance running. This will enable athletes to achieve elite level performances in major yearly championships.

Featured Event

USATF Wisconsin Association Track and Field Outdoor Championships - June 12-15 Carroll Univ., Waukesha
Information & Registration

USATF Midwest Region Masters Championship
June 29 Carroll Univ., Waukesha
Information & Schedule


MadCity 100k - important info




Zach Bitter broke the open men's record for 100-miles and both the national and world records for 12-hours at the International Invitational Track Race-Desert Solstice 100-mile/24-hour, Phoenix, AZ, on Dec 14-15, 2013.  The women's world and national record for 100-miles were broken by Pam Smith.

Roy Pirrung broke the 6-hour and 100-mile age group 65-69 American Track Records.

Wisconsin Athletes compete at USATF Nationals

2014 Masters Report
2014 MUT/LDR Report



Coaching Education

Upcoming Coaching Education Opportunities