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Dukes Track Club

Hello and welcome to the New Year. We have a lot of things to get done with the club and would like to share the progress with all members. And speaking of which, please visit this site more frequently as there will be weekly updates about races and times and locations of where we will be meeting.

We also would like to know what races you plan on doing, as we can add them to our race schedule and results. We need to get an Official count of club members, and all club members are urged to join our club on USATF which a link to our official club is on the link below:

Our club name and number on the USATF website are:
Brooks/Dukes Track Club
Club Number: 42-0428

Please do not feel obligated to sign up on the USATF website. Signing up with the USATF is only for members who wish to compete in USATF Regional and National Championships. There will be a few Regional and State Championships where we can compete as a team and will be required to be USATF members, as the USATF is our governing body for all sanctioned races.

We would also like to get new uniforms for the 2011 year as there are many Dukes TC uniforms out there. If you are interested in a new uniform, please let us know with a top size, and bottom sizes along with gender sizing. We are planning to alter some things with the uniform as we gain more sponsors. The traditional Dukes TC logo will remain on the front, and any sponsors will be on the back. Also, the colors have not yet been decided. We are thinking of a red top blue bottoms.

We would like to know what sizes by February 1st, and we will have a price on them as well. The more people that want the new uniform, the less the cost.


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