The Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program is a USATF-LI Grand Prix race, part of the Long Island racing series. It is one of the first inclusive running clubs in the United States Department of State for athletes of all ages, and membership is open to all, regardless of age. Points in the Grand Prix can be earned by participating in the Long Island racing series. The age categories for the running competition in Suffolk County NY are divided into three groups: Youth (under 18 years old), Open (18-39 years old), and Masters (40 and over). The age categories are based on the athlete's age on December 31st of the current year.
For example, if an athlete turns 18 on January 1st, they will be considered an Open category athlete for that year. The Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all athletes. The program encourages athletes of all ages and abilities to participate in the running competition in Suffolk County NY. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced runner, there is a place for you in this competition. The Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program provides a great opportunity for athletes to challenge themselves and compete against others. It is also a great way to stay active and healthy.
So if you are looking for a way to stay fit and have fun at the same time, consider joining the running competition in Suffolk County NY.