USATF Masters Indoor Championships

Winston-Salem is the proud host of the 2019 USATF Masters Indoor Championships, March 1-3 at JDL Fast Track. In preparation for the USATF Championships, we invite you to use this page as a resource; you’ll find information on where to register or volunteer, a schedule of events, where to stay, what to do and where to dine, as well as additional event information for while you're in Winston-Salem.

Interested in learning more about Winston-Salem?  Click here to request our comprehensive destination guide filled with detailed directories of hotels, attractions and we've compiled a list of destination-defining festival and annual events to assist you with planning this visit or your next.  

The Masters Indoor Championship takes place at JDL Fast Track.  To learn more about the facility check out,  

Visit the USATF website, for up-to-date information about the event schedule, your entry status and more.   

Schedule of Events

The final three-day championship schedule will not be finalized until approximately 1-2 weeks before the start of the event. Once the schedule is finalized visit for the most up-to-date information.  

Where to Stay

If you are in need of hotel accommodations during the championships, please visit the link below to see which properties are offering special event rates, and make your  reservation!

 Click Here for USATF Indoor Masters Hotels


What To Do

Hanes Mall
3320 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Hanes Mall features more than 200 stores, plus a food court to refuel for your afternoon of shopping.  Open: Monday - Saturday 10 am-9 pm, Sunday Noon - 6 pm.

Old Salem Museums & Gardens
900 Old Salem Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Visitors to Old Salem Museums & Gardens experience authentic early American history brought to life through storytelling, original buildings, hands-on activities, music and events as well as world class artifacts. Historic Town of Salem and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), along with award-winning heirloom gardens - engage visitors in a memorable historical experience about those who lived and worked in the early South.

Tanglewood Park
4061 Clemmons Road
Clemmons, NC 27012
Tanglewood Park is the former estate of Will and Kate Reynolds.  Now a public park, Tanglewood offers fishing on two stocked lakes, paddle boats and canoes, tennis courts, aquatic center, dog park, paved walking and biking trails, picnic shelters, the Arboretum, rose garden and more.

To see an entire listing of attractions, go to:


Where to Dine:

With more than 150 restaurants in a 10-mile radius, you'll have plenty of dining options.  To explore the offerings, click here to check out our restaurant directory.  Want to request a Wine & Dine Guide? Click here to fill out our online visitor information request form (at the bottom of the page you can request your own Wine & Dine Guide to be mailed to you) or call the Visit Winston-Salem Visitor Center at 336.728.4200 and one of our friendly visitor information specialist will be happy to send you a guide in the mail.

To Volunteer

Interested in volunteering at the 2019 USATF Masters Indoor Championships?  Click here to submit an online application.  

Volunteer descriptions can be found here