Atlanta Track Club Statement on COVID-19

Updated 3:15 p.m., July 19

Based on the guidelines released by the CDC on May 13, 2021, Atlanta Track Club has adopted specific policies to ensure the safety of all participants, volunteers, and staff. Atlanta Track Club reserves the right to ask anyone in attendance to leave the venue should they not comply.

  • Attendees who have received the COVID-19 vaccination will not be required to wear a mask.
  • Attendees who are not vaccinated are requested to wear a mask while not running or walking.
  • All participants to bring their own hydration on the course.
  • Attendees are requested to maintain social distancing throughout the duration of the event.

Contacting Atlanta Track Club

Atlanta Track Club's offices at 201 Armour Drive remains closed for drop-ins but all Atlanta Track Club staff are working remotely. The Club will have limited hours beginning January 4, 2021, please email questions@atlantatrackclub.org to confirm that someone will be in the office before planning to visit. Anyone entering Atlanta Track Club's office will be required to fill out a health screening form and wear a face covering at all times.

Below are some helpful links regarding Atlanta Track Club:

Remaining Atlanta Track Club Schedule of Events for First and second Quarter of 2021
May 11 - June 15 All Comers Track & Field Meets In Person
May 19 Midweek Mile and Dash In Person & Virtual Only
May 22 Wingfoot Night of Champions Athletes Invited
June 5 Braves Country 5K By-appointment and virtual
July 2 Peachtree Junior By-appointment and virtual
July 3-4 AJC Peachtree Road Race See COVID Safety Measures
July 24 Road to Gold By-appointment and virtual
August 7 Decatur Dekalb 4 Mile By-appointment and virtual
October 17 PNC Atlanta 10 Miler & 5K By-appointment and virtual
November 25 Invesco QQQ Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon & 5K By-appointment and virtual
Atlanta Track Club Cross Country Camp

It is with disappointment that we have made the decision to cancel the 2021 Atlanta Track Club Cross Country Camp. While we were optimistic that the camp could return this summer, conditions surrounding COVID-19 have still not improved enough to hold the week-long program.

An overnight camp that is both educational and fun while following strict safety protocols creates many challenges. That includes restrictions still in place for summer camps around food service, cleaning services and limits on camper interactions. With these factors and the many unknowns surrounding COVID vaccinations, we cannot deliver the camp experience you know and love.

While camp will not be held this year, our team continues to work on planning for 2022 and creating a one-of-a-kind experience for high school and middle school runners.