INDIANAPOLIS — A robust indoor and outdoor track and field schedule has been set for the 2023 season, USATF announced today, December 1, 2022.
With an eye toward continuing the historic athletic success of 2022, USATF is pleased to announce competitive opportunities for its athletes to secure qualifying marks and prize money, including a new Grand Prix series, as they prepare for the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary. As announced a few months ago, the 2023 Indoor Championships in Nanjing, China have been postponed to 2025.
“We are looking forward to outstanding competitions in the 2023 season, both indoors and outdoors,” said USATF CEO Max Siegel. “Our athletes continue to raise the bar for athletic excellence at home and abroad. We must continue finding innovative ways to help them prepare through competition and providing competitive opportunities closer to home is a major game-changer. Hosting events in large U.S. sports markets is important to the continued growth of track and field and important to building and inspiring a loyal fanbase.”
As a part of the Journey to Gold, USATF will introduce the Grand Prix Series of elite gold-label events. Fans will not only get to see exciting competition from the best athletes in the world, but they will also have the opportunity to participate and engage in the sport in various events during this multi-day series. The goal is to shine a spotlight on USATF athletes, brand, sport, and culture globally.
More information on entries, broadcasts, and events (subject to change) will be forthcoming and available on USATF.org.
Broadcast information will be released at a later date.
|January 28||Dr. Sander Invitational||New York, New York|
|February 4||New Balance Indoor Grand Prix||Boston, Massachusetts|
|February 11||Millrose Games||New York, New York|
|February 16-18||USATF Indoor Championships||Albuquerque, New Mexico|
|DATE TBD||USATF Throws Festival||Tucson, Arizona|
|May 21||USATF Bermuda Grand Prix||Devonshire, Bermuda|
|May 26||USATF Distance Classic||Los Angeles, California|
|May 27||USATF LA Grand Prix||Los Angeles, California|
|June 24||USATF NYC Grand Prix||New York, New York|
|July 6-9||USATF Outdoor Championships||Eugene, Oregon|
|September 16-17||Nike Prefontaine Classic, Diamond League Final||Eugene, Oregon|
|July 7-9||USATF U20 Championships||Eugene, Oregon|