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Jace's Journey Track Invitational

Hosted By: Team Charlotte Premier

Date:Sunday, July 12, 2020

Location: Mountain Island Charter School

Address: 13440 Lucia Riverbend Hwy, Mt Holly, NC 28120

Meet Director: Robert Washington

Registration Cost: $10.00 Per Event

Spectators: $5.00 each (maximum of 2 spectators per athlete, coaches count as a spectator. If an athlete has 2 spectators those spectators must be from the same household )


Registration is only through NC Milespilt with fee payment via PayPal.If you do not have a MileSplit account go to, click Login, click Register/Sign up and create your account. Once you register there will be No Refunds!! Payment must be received during the time of the registration. No onsiteregistration or payment.You will not receive an immediate entry confirmation. DO NOT PAY TWICE! Refunds are not available.

Email for entry confirmation.

To create a PayPal account, go to, click Login/Sign up and follow the instructions to create your account.

Event Max Per Athlete: 4

Eligible Athletes: 1. High School Boys and Girls (Middle School athletes are welcomed but must run.with High School athletes) 2. Youth athletes in the following age divisions: 7-8 years old, 9-10 years old, 11-13 years old. There are limits to the number of participants per event.

Entry Deadline is Thursday, July 9 @ 12:00 Noon.

All athletes participate as Unattached (UNA) . Athletes will electronically sign the Jace's Journey Track Invitational waiver form upon registration. Spectators will sign the waiver form at screening before being allowed to enter the track..

Meet Schedule


time: 8am


8am (All- Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Hurdles, 1600) report to

health screening and then to field check in

8:45am-Girls and Boys Long Jump and Shot Put

9am-Girls 100 Hurdles

9:10am-Boys 110 Hurdles

9:20am-Girls 1600 meters

9:40am-Boys 1600 meters

10am-Awards Ceremony (Hurdles, 1600, Long Jump, Shot)

10am-(All Girls and Boys 100 meters) report to health screening and then

report to the field

10:15am-Girls and Boys Triple Jump

10:45am-All Girls 100 meters

11:05am-All Boys 100 meters

11:30am-Awards Ceremony (100 meters, Triple Jump)

11:40am-12:40pm- Lunch Break for Staff (Screening Staion and Track Facility


12:45pm-(All Girls and Boys 400 meters) report to health screening and then

report to the field

1:30pm-All Girls 400 meters

1:50pm-All Boys 400 meters

2pm-(Girls and Boys 800 meters) report to health screening and then

report to the field

2:15pm-Awards Ceremony (400 meters)

2:45pm-Girls 800 meters

2:50pm-Boys 800 meters

3pm-Awards Ceremony (800 meters)

3pm-(All Girls and Boys 200 meters) report to health screening and then

report to the field

3:45pm-Girls 200 meters

4:05pm-Boys 200 meters

4:30pm-Award Ceremony (200 meter dash)

Fully Automatic Timing (FAT) will be provided for all running events.

Live Results will be available through and NC Milesplit.

Special Notes:


Athletes: 1. Are allowed a maximum of two spectators (Coaches count as spectators) If an athlete has two spectators those spectators must come from the same householdin order to maintain control of social distancing in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines. You must bring a facial mask to cover your face when you are not competing. You will not need to wear face covering when you are competing. Only before and after you cool down.

2. Must bring your own water bottle (Water will be provided to Refill bottles)

3. Will be screened by having temperatures taken with non-oral thermometer

4. Must bring your own Sanitizer and Sanitize hands before and after races


1. Must wear a mask or facial covering while in the facility.

2. Will be screened at the entry.

3. Will be screened when entering the Gates by having temperature taken

4. Must practice social distancing for personal safety and in showing respect for others. No stadium seating!!!

5. Coaches count toward athletes spectator number

Facility Rules:

Check in procedure Each event has a designated screening/check-in time. You will not be able to enter the track before the previous events athletes and spectators have cleared the facility.

Spectators/coaches are required to check in at the same time as their athletes. You will not be admitted separately.

There is a maximum of two spectators per athlete.

Athletes have already signed waiver forms during registration. Spectators must also sign a waiver at screening/check-in. Download and complete one to bring with you to shorten your time spent in screening. The waiver is available at under the Results tab. No coaches/spectators are allowed on the track or in the infield. Coaches must remain in the spectator area.

The meet will be conducted using high school rules.

(Coaches, Athletes, Staff, and spectators). Any items used during the meet, should be sanitized after every

use, or change of hands.

Once coaches, athletes, spectators, event staff enter the facility they can't leave the campus. Rest rooms will

be available inside the building

Video Links will be available for others to view later after the track meet at:

Event Notes:

Top Youth/Middle School Performer-Award

Girls and Boys each event (1st- 3rd)

Top Freshman Performer-Award

Overall Male and Female MVP

Shot Put Athletes must bring their own shot put. No one can touch your shot at any time but you. There will be no implements provided at the facility. If you forget your shot put you will not be able to compete.

100 meter dash - use lanes 1,3,5,7 only for odd numbered sections and lanes 2,4,6,8 only in even numbered


200/400 meter dash will use all 6 lanes in a staggered start (one turn stagger for 200, two turn stagger for


800/1600 runs-- starts will be adjusted according to number of entries.

As per North Carolina state mandate, everyone wears a mask or facial covering . Athletes may remove masks only for warm-up and competition. Anyone not wearing a mask will be asked to leave. Wearing your face mask means your mouth and nose is covered with the face mask.

There will be a location for tents please check with parking staff upon your arrival . Social distancing measures are to be observed at all times.

Should we have thunderstorms during the day, everyone will be asked to return to their vehicles until they have passed.

Jace's Journey Bio

In May of 2018, Coach Brandon Isaac sat in a hospital room with his son, Jace Alexander who was due to be born in a month but sadly had no fetal heartbeat. His wife, Tomeka, who was unconscious at the time was diagnosed with the life-threatening H.E.L.L.P (Hemolysis Elevated Liver Enzymes Low Platelet) Syndrome and lay fighting for her life. Forty-five (45) hospital days and 7 surgeries later, thanks to many prayers and an amazing surgical team, Tomeka and Brandon Isaac left the hospital together. The couple learned Tomekas sickness and Jaces death could have been prevented. 50,000 women each year almost die as a result of childbirth. Thats one mother every 10 minutes in the US. The causes of most near death emergencies are preventable. However, the risk of having complications is much greater for black women.

In honor of their son, the Isaacs created Jaces Journey to raise awareness and contribute to improving maternal/fetal healthcare disparities through education, advocacy and community engagement.

Jaces Journey Inc, a non-profit organization, was founded in 2019 to address racial disparities in maternal health outcomes. The US is the only industrialized nation with rising maternal mortality rates and the increase disproportionately affects women of color. African-American mothers are dying at 3-4 times the rate of non- Hispanic whites. Infants born to African-American mothers are dying at twice the rate as infants born to non- Hispanic white mothers.