Youth Track and Field Sports

Competitive Year-Round Track Program

Program Overview

The Competitive Year-Round Track program is for athletes who are youth ages 7-18 years old who wish to enhance their track and field skills throughout the year. The competitive team requires setting personal goals, intense training, and the ability to compete against other great athletes around the region. A financial commitment is needed to support our efforts. Helping athletes compete at their highest level through traveling to regional and national track and field meets.


The Competitive Year-Round Track focuses on the pursuit of excellence; we are striving to get our youth to believe in themselves, take risks in life, overcome adversity, handle defeat, thrive on challenges and become WINNERS, by developing the positive outlook that turns “ordinary” competitors into WINNERS. They learn how to focus their commitment and achieve greater personal satisfaction. Participation in competitive sports is a life experience that will prove to be invaluable.

Newcomers Handbook

Year-Round Track Program

Ages 7 – 18
Early Bird Fee
Regular Fee
  • Competitive Level
  • Year Round
  • Intense Training
  • Financial Commitment
  • Parent Participation
  • Regional/National Travel

Benefits of Youth Track and Field Club

Creating an atmosphere that promotes learning, inspires a love of the sport, and motivates athletes.


Be cooperative; Be fair; Be polite; Be respectful; Be honorable; Be humble

Self Discipline

Every athlete is encouraged to identify strengths and weaknesses, set personal goals, build confidence, and take on opportunities and challenges to lead in life.


Community service opportunities are offered to athletes beyond the track season. This instills a volunteer’s spirit that will serve them well in life.

New Friendships

Friendships are formed from social interactions. Athletes will train and undergo workouts together, creating bonds that help make them stronger.

Strong Body and Mind

Proper nutrition and academic success are encouraged through transferrable skills, to inspire athletes to learn, train, and strive at top level to attain personal, and team goals.

Beginner To Advanced

Our skilled coaches, are trained in their expertise. They mold, motivate, encourage, and empower our athletes to succeed.

Track Events

Below is the list of the Track Events the athletes can participate in:

  • 100 M Dash
  • 200 M Dash
  • 400 M Dash
  • 800 M Dash
  • 1600 M Dash
  • 4x100m Relay Hurdles

Field Events

Below is the list of the Field Events the athletes can participate in:

  • Long Jump
  • Discus
  • Shot Put

Program Schedule

The Montbello Cheetah Track Club hosts all our meet schedules in our calendar. Please refer to our online schedule at the link below for the most up-to-date information.

View Meet Schedule

The training schedule is essential. Once we have the opportunity to meet each athlete, we will structure our training program to improve their skills.


Practices are held Monday-Thursday

6:30pm – 7:45pm

Practice is located at:

Montbello High School

5000 Crown Blvd

Denver, CO  80239

Before Registering

Before you register, you will need the following information and documentation:

Birth Certificate

Birth certificates will be used for the sole purpose of verifying age, which will be shared with AAU and USATF track associations.

Physical Form

All athletes must provide physical forms and submit them during registration.

USATF & AAU Membership Numbers

Athletes must provide current membership numbers in order to complete the registration process.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does registration begin?

November 1st through December 31st


An athlete is not registered until we receive confirmation of payment.

What are the different payment options?

All registration is done online. Credit cards or Debit Cards.

What is the refund policy?

If you must withdraw, a request must be made in writing, within a week after the season begins. Please email You will be refunded your money minus a $30.00 cancellation fee per athlete. Refunds take approximately 10 business days, and will be mailed to the address of record.

How long does the season last?

The Indoor Season runs from November through February. Outdoor Season runs from May through August.

What are the expectations for transportation?

It is the responsibility of the parents to get athletes to and from practices and track meets. We encourage parents to get to know each other, in the event that you may need help getting your athlete to practices and track meets.

What are the uniform and equipment requirements?

Participants must wear the designated Cheetahs uniform for the Competitive team.

How will information be communicated to parents and participants regarding practice and track meets?

All communication outside of practices and at meets, will be done electronically via text and email.