Eastbay Cross Country Midwest Regional 2021

in United States at University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 4200 Petrifying Springs Road

Online registration is not yet open.


  • High School Girls
    Juniors & seniors run in the Championship Race. Frosh/soph runners may run in either the Championship or the Frosh/Soph Race.

    Online registration is closed for this category.



  • High School Boys
    Frosh/Soph Race, Junior/Senior Race or Championship Race for those who have run faster than 16:20.

    Online registration is closed for this category.



  • Coach Fed YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP - 3K
    Runners in 8th grade and under can run in the Youth Championship 3000m Race.

    Online registration is closed for this category.



  • Open Race
    This race if for participants 12 years or older. High school runners may not run in the Open Race.

    Online registration is closed for this category.




Race Day Schedule

Runners may only participate in one race.

10:00 AM: Freshman/Sophomore Boys
10:40 AM: Championship Girls
11:25 AM: Championship Boys
12:05 PM: Coach Fed Youth Championship - 3K
12:35 PM: Freshman/Sophomore Girls
1:10 PM: Junior/Senior Boys
1:45 PM: Open Race


High school races are open to all U.S. high school students (male and female, grades 912) who will have not
reached his/her 19th birthday before August 1, 2021.
Due to the implications and effects of Covid on high school athletics in the past 1 years, meet management will consider a petition to compete from high school athletes whose age prohibits them from competing per the event rules. For such a petition to be considered, the petitioning athlete must meet the age requirement for their state association. Such petitions will be considered and ruled on a case-by-case basis.
Runners compete in the races as unattached individuals.
The state where a runner resides determines in which regional meet he/she must participate. Runners must participate in the region to which their state
has been assigned. Boarding school students must compete in the region of their school location. Non U.S. citizens who attend high school in the U.S.
and who meet the age requirement may compete. Home-schooled students may compete in the region of their residence during the school year.
Any runner, whether they are in a public school, home school, boarding school, private school or independent school, must run in the high school Championship Race in order to qualify for the National Finals in San Diego. The top ten (10) finishers in the high school Championship Races will qualify for the National Championship on December 11, 2021 in San Diego, CA.

Packet Pickup

Runners may pick up their race number and Eastbay Cross Country TShirt at
The UW-Parkside Sports & Activities Center

Pick up is on Friday, November 26th between 12:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. or starting at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 27th.

Race Course Information

The course is 5000 meters and consists of grass and dirt paths.
Spikes are permitted.
School uniforms should not be worn in the ECCCMW meet if it is a violation of your state federation rules. The course is open 9:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 25th and Friday, November 26th.
Free chicken noodle soup, coffee and hot chocolate will be served at the course on Friday from 11:00a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

The course is closed for warm-ups on Saturday, November 27th.

Location of the Course

  • 4200 Petrifying Springs Road, Kenosha, WI 53144
  • The University of Wisconsin-Parkside race course is located in northern Kenosha County, five miles south of Racine.
  • Milwaukee is 25 miles north.
  • Chicago is 60 miles south.
  • Highway I-94 passes four miles west of the campus.
  • Highway E runs east from I-94 and leads directly to the race course.


States Competing in the Midwest Regional

Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and U.S. citizens in Overseas Military Installations.

The state where a runner resides determines in which regional meet he/she must participate. Runners must participate in the region to which their state has been assigned. Boarding school students must compete in the region of their school location. Non U.S. citizens who attend high school in the U.S. and who meet the age requirement may compete. Home-schooled students must compete in the region of their residence during the school year.

Races

Championship Boys Race

  • Qualification for the Championship Boys race is determined by the runner's previous best time.
  • Junior and Senior boys who have run faster than 16:20 may consider running in the Championship Race.
  • Freshman and Sophomore boys who have run faster than the 16:20 qualifying time have the option of competing in the Championship Boys or Freshman/Sophomore race.
    Runners must run in the Championship Race to qualify for the National Championship.
    The top ten (10) finishers in the high school Championship Races qualify for the National Championship.
  • Show up for the race you choose to run.
  • You do not need to inform officials of your choice prior to the run.


Championship Girls Race and Girls Freshman/Sophomore Race

  • All Junior and Senior girls must compete in the Championship Girls race.
  • Freshman and Sophomore girls have the option of competing in the Championship Race or the Freshman/Sophomore race.
  • Show up for the race you choose to run.
  • You do not need to inform officials of your choice prior to the run.


Boys Freshman/Sophomore Race
All Freshman and Sophomore boys who do not qualify for the Championship Boys race compete in the Boys Freshman/Sophomore race.

Boys Junior/Senior Race
All Junior and Senior boys who do not qualify for the Championship Boys race compete in the Boys Junior/Senior race.

Open Race
This 5000 meter race is open to runners in the following divisions: Open (ages 12-39), and Masters (ages 40 and over). High school runners may not run in the Open Race. Middle school runners 12 and older may run in the Open Race or the Coach Fed Youth Championship 3K. The top ten (10) female and male runners in each division will receive a medal.

Coach Fed Youth Championship
Runners in 8th grade and under can run in the Youth Championship 3000m Race. Medals to the top 15 individuals and top 3 boys and girls teams will be awarded. Five or more runners make a team. Note team name on entry blank.

Parent/Coach Award and Discount

Every parent or coach who submits ten (10) or more entries together will receive a coupon redeemable for race merchandise at the event retail booth. To enter a group online please email team specialist Ronn Blaha at midwestgroup@footlockercc.com for a group entry code.

Official Hotel

OFFICIAL HOTEL - HAMPTON INN & SUITES
Address: 7300 125th Avenue, Kenosha
WI 53142
Web: hamptoninn3.hilton.com/
Phone: 262-358-9800
Distance to Venue:
10.2 miles to UW-Parkside
Distance to Airport:
Mitchell: 29.9 miles/ O'Hare: 45.6 miles
Booking Link: www.hilton.com/en/book/reservation/deeplink/?&ctyhocn=ENVWIHX&groupCode=CHHFLL&arrival=20211125&departure=20211128&cid=OM,WW,HILTONLINK,en,DirectLink&fromId=HILTONLINKDIRECT

The Eastbay block is filling fast! Book now.

Questions?

For event-related questions, please click on the *Contact the Organizers* button on the left-hand side of this page.


  • American Express Discover Card Mastercard Visa
  • When this page loaded, the official time was 2:58:42 AM EST.

Registration Form Closed


Event Organizers

Thank you for hosting your event registration with GetMeRegistered.com!

To get your next event registration form up and running, simply contact us and let us know the date. We will build your form right away and send you information to review the new form.

Thank you!