---Do you work track meets at different levels and sometimes wonder if a certain rule is a high
school, NCAA or USATF rule? Would you like to know who allows pacing by LED lights, has strict restrictions on
visible undergarments, does not allow the use of GPS watches, or has a 30-second time limit for field events?
---Do you sometimes need to look up a rule quickly? Are you watching the Olympics next summer?
---Do you hate to carry around five rulebooks and find that some contain very poor indexes?
If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” help is available. Track and Field Rule Book
Differences is a lightweight, paperback book that can easily be carried with you at track meets. In an easy-to-read
chart format, it shows high school (NFHS), college (NCAA), open (USATF) and international (World Athletics &
WMA) rule differences.
Rules are organized by category (general rules, combined events, running events, relays, general
field events, horizontal jumps, vertical jumps, throwing events, race walks and record requirements.) For this
reason, one can find a particular rule almost instantly by simply scanning the appropriate category. The actual
rule number is cited next to each rule so the book can be used as an index for all four rulebooks. Included are
up-to-date implement and hurdle charts, which are especially useful for Masters, Junior, and Age Group competitions.
The 2020 edition is in stock and ready to ship. It has over 600 changes from the
2019 edition, an indoor hurdles chart, implements charts, time limits, and a tie-breaking section on a single page.
Six or more orders to the same address get free shipping---an $18 or more savings! Order on-line at: jim.hanley.cc
Or send $15 ($12 cost plus $3.00 shipping) for each book up to five and the information below