No fans allowed for state indoor track and field relay championships – Press of Atlantic City

The championships begin Wednesday with Non-Public B schools competing. That is followed by Group I on Thursday, Non-Public A on Friday, Group IV on Saturday, Group III on Sunday and Group II on Monday, Jan. 17.

“By not allowing spectators inside the facility, there will be additional space for student-athletes to social distance while they are not competing,” an NJSIAA statement said.

“These events will bring students from schools from across the state to one location, and considering that all regions of the state are currently in the ‘red’ zone per the (New Jersey Department of Health weekly report), prohibiting spectators will help protect our student-athletes.”

The statement goes on to say that the organization has no plan to prohibit or limit fans at future events during the winter season.

Source: https://pressofatlanticcity.com/sports/high-school/no-fans-allowed-for-state-indoor-track-and-field-relay-championships/article_453bf582-7288-11ec-91fa-1bdfe6456b4e.html

The championships begin Wednesday with Non-Public B schools competing. That is followed by Group I on Thursday, Non-Public A on Friday, Group IV on Saturday, Group III on Sunday and Group II on Monday, Jan. 17.

“By not allowing spectators inside the facility, there will be additional space for student-athletes to social distance while they are not competing,” an NJSIAA statement said.

“These events will bring students from schools from across the state to one location, and considering that all regions of the state are currently in the ‘red’ zone per the (New Jersey Department of Health weekly report), prohibiting spectators will help protect our student-athletes.”

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The championships begin Wednesday with Non-Public B schools competing. That is followed by Group I on Thursday, Non-Public A on Friday, Group IV on Saturday, Group III on Sunday and Group II on Monday, Jan. 17.

“By not allowing spectators inside the facility, there will be additional space for student-athletes to social distance while they are not competing,” an NJSIAA statement said.

“These events will bring students from schools from across the state to one location, and considering that all regions of the state are currently in the ‘red’ zone per the (New Jersey Department of Health weekly report), prohibiting spectators will help protect our student-athletes.”

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