WELCOME TO DENVER LIGHTNING TRACK CLUB
Thank you for visiting the new Denver Lightning web page. Please visit the webpage often for all updates and information.
Registration Competitive Team Outdoor Season will begin on Monday, April 17th. Athletes must be evaluated by a coach prior to registration. We do this to make sure your athlete is the right fit for our club and that we are the right fit for the athlete. This is a competitive club level track team. Athletes must have been exposed to the track and field competitive environment or display a high level of competitive ability before being accepted to the team as a competing team member.
Practice will also begin on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 6:00 to 7:45 p.m. through May 26th. The schedule will change accordingly after May 28th. We will add in days and have practices at different times as we move into summer and into the USATF & AAU Meet Season.
Registration parent packets and registration form will be available at registration and online. We will only accept registration from athletes whom have been accepted onto competitive team. Please visit the registration tab for more information.
Fundraising fee is included in our registration packages. Further fundraising is an option for athletes to support the team at bigger meets and out of town travel, etc, team events, banquets, etc.
The Denver Lightning Competitive Team Gear is mandatory for all competitors. The team gear consists of:
Warm Up Suit
Meet The Team
Outdoor Competitive Team
Begins April 17th
News & Updates
Team Brag Box
For evaluated & accepted athletes only
Information packet & Registration form to follow
Closed to Denver Lightning Competitive Team Members - Schedule & Time TBD
East High School
If you are wanting to register for the CARA Recreation Track Program, you will need to contact Denver Parks & Rec. Christy Kramer at 720-865-0846
Congratulations to our summer competitive team athletes who competed all summer long. Competitive team competed Friday and Saturday, June 23-24 at the USATF Colorado State Junior Olympics and they faired well. 33 athletes competed and of those, 22 advanced to the USATF Region 10 Junior Olympics. They will compete this Saturday and Sunday in Mesa, AZ. Wish them the best of luck as they continue their path to USATF Nationals in Lawrence, KS, July 24-31.