Compete as a full member of PGTF.  Our outdoor programs run 3 days per week beginning in April and concluding in late summer . (Track Rascals run 2 days per week).

CROSS TRAIN with PGTF. For athletes aged nine and up who are interested in building endurance and gaining strength for other sports such as baseball, soccer and speed skating.


  • Track Rascals (6-8 yrs.)  April-June
  • Junior Program (9-12 yrs.) April-July
  • Senior Program  (13-34 yrs.) April-July*
  • Masters Program (35+ yrs.) April-July *

(* subject to change)

Registration will be done online on the “TrackieReg” site. 

Step 1: Go to this link:
Step 2: Click on the “REGISTER FOR CLUB” button.
Step 3: Fill out the registration form and proceed to payment.

Online Outdoor Registration

Check out our 2019 Outdoor Fee Schedule: 2019 Fee Structure

More information regarding the BC Athletics membership fees can be found here:

For program details download the applicable Program Drop Sheet:

Track Rascals Drop Sheet 2019 – Drop-Sheet_Track-Rascals_2019

Junior Program Drop Sheet 2019 – Drop Sheet_Junior_Program_2019

Senior Program Drop Sheet 2019 – Drop Sheet_Senior_Program_2019

The Junior Development Program will once again have a number of senior athlete coaches responsible for coaching stations during practices. This year we will have a Junior Development Coaching Coordinator – Lauren Matheson – who will be responsible for creating the drills and stations used in practices. These will be progressive and designed to provide athletes with the fundamental skills needed to compete in all disciplines. Lauren will be communication with a coaching committee and the other senior athlete coaches to implement the stations used in practice.

New this year is a coaching committee made up of adults from our executive. They will be responsible for overseeing the JD program. If there are any problems or concerns in regards to athlete safety, discipline or program implementation please contact either Brian Martinson, Pat Caron, Randi Masich, Cassaundra O’Brien or Rob Millar.


Our Indoor Conditioning program  runs 2 days per week from January to March at the Northern Sports Centre and is open to senior athletes (13 and older) who are seeking to improve their conditioning.

The program will run

  • Dates: Sunday, January 13, 2019 to Wednesday March 13, 2019
  • Times: Wednesdays 6:00pm to 8:00pm & Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm

Cost for the indoor session will be just $100 plus the cost of the BC Athletics memberships. (Depends on age and competitive vs. non-competitive) Note: athletes only pay the BC Athletics membership once per year. This fee will be deducted from the outdoor fee.

Registration will be done online on the “TrackieReg” site. 

Step 1: Go to this link: Indoor 2019 Registration
Step 2: Click on the “REGISTER FOR CLUB” button.
Step 3: Fill out the registration form and proceed to payment.

Download our information sheet and the indoor registration form:

Indoor Program Drop Sheet 2019 – Drop Sheet_Indoor_Program_2019

Indoor Registration Form 2019 – Indoor Registration Form 2019

Indoor Training Waiver 2019 – track waiver winter training


  • Become faster & stronger
  • Access to high performance coaches
  • Use of PGTF equipment
  • BC Athletics membership & insurance coverage
  • Auto entry into PGTF meets (up to 4 events)
  • Eligible for PGTF Year End Club Awards
  • Free participation in PGTF Year End BBQ (Sept.)

FLEXIBLE AND AFFORDABLE is what we are all about.  Our program fees range from just $100 for Track Rascals to just a couple hundred dollars for our competitive athletes. (See below for more information on our program fees.)

If you have any questions email us at:




The Prince George Track and Field Club strives to provide a program of athletics to persons aged 8 to adult in a friendly, competitive sport.

Our objective is to provide a program of athletics and personal development to the youth in our community and region.

Our athletes are coached mostly by volunteer coaches. We encourage our Senior athletes to be involved in the Junior program on a voluntary and paid basis.

Our club is a registered Society in the Province of British Columbia. Rules and policies are established by a Board of Directors consisting of volunteers who are dedicated to the sport.


The Prince George Track and Field Club was formed in 1973 and had an initial membership of about 50 athletes. Practices and track meets were held at Connaught and Lakewood School tracks. Numbers grew each year and we now have a membership of close to 200 athletes.

As the club grew, it became more and more structured.  Today, we are fortunate to have beautiful Masich Place as our home. Each year we have been able to send our Senior athletes to bigger and better meets.

Our club was the original organizer of the annual Labour Day Classic, the Central Interior Corporate Cup, and the elementary school relays.

In 1990, we hosted the BC Summer Games Track & Field Meet; in 1991, the BC Junior Development Championships; in 1994, the Pre-Commonwealth Games Meet; in 1995, another World Class High Performance meet; in 1998, we hosted the Legion National Juvenile Championships — the most successful in its 22 year history! 2001 was a great year, as we hosted the BC Special Olympic Track & Field meet, and in 2002 the BC Senior Games Track & Field Meet.


We encourage athletes from neighboring northern communities to join our club if none is available in their home community. Our club works in cooperation with the school track and field programs by providing equipment, officials, and other assistance, as required.

Our Club provides Scholarships to deserving track & field athletes to assist with furthering their education. Track & Field is a sport in which almost everyone can participate. The primary goal of our club is to encourage personal development of our athletes. Athletes are encouraged to set goals and work to achieve them.


We welcome ALL interested athletes of any age or ability.  We do have some expectations of athletes and parents as noted below:

  • If your child joins our club and finds that he or she does not like the sport, please do not force them to continue. Contact us and, in most cases, a full or partial refund can be made. It is our opinion that organized sport should be enjoyable for the child.
  • Help us to teach your child that each sport is governed by a set of rules, and that every participant must follow those rules.
  • We strive to teach the athlete that coming in near the top of an event is not the only objective in the sport. Honest effort and personal improvement are worth far more than winning a race. Please help us to guide your child so that he or she will learn to accept second or third place, not as a defeat, but as a personal victory.
  • Remember — all children learn best by example. Applaud good performances by others and remember to applaud the personal accomplishment of your children.
  • Do not publicly question the judgment of a coach or an official. Remember, they are most likely volunteers and are there for the good of your child and the love of this sport.
  • While each of our athletes will compete individually, we are also a Team, and we ask that every parent and athlete support every other parent and athlete on our team.
  • We will not tolerate unsportsmanlike behavior by parents or athletes at any time. Profanity will not be permitted at practices or competitions. Violators will be sent home immediately.
  • Please be sure your child has adequate clothing for training sessions. Jackets and pants can be removed if it is warm enough, but it is difficult to put them on if they are not at the track when it cools off!

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