Gothenburg takes great pride in welcoming athletes, coaches and track fans from across our state to an event known as the Nebraska Championship Meet. Please join us for this special event.
In the first nine years of the Nebraska Championship Meet: 4,870 kids have competed, 21,000 have witnessed the Championships 179 schools have had medal winners, 95 meet records have been set and 160 results were ranked in the top 10 nationally.
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Schools with Meet Records, Team Titles, Most Valuable Athletes, Outstanding Meet Performance and Top Ten Grand Championship Points
2018 Team title Women McCook, runner up Chase County
2018 Team title Men Grand Island Central Catholic, runner up Columbus
Meet record Women 1600 Berlyn Schutz 5:08.33 Schoo (Lincoln)
Meet records Men 100H Cameron Zink 14.29 Ogallala, Men 200H Cameron Zink 26.30 Ogallala,
Men 4 X 400 relay 3:46.55 Archbishop Bergan Kade McIntyre, Chris Pinales, Alex painter, Koa McIntyre.
Men High Jump Landon Olson 6' 3" Battle Creek Men Shot Put Nic Davis 54' 08" North Platte
The Nebraska Championship Meet is an all-class 7th and 8th grade combined track meet that invites the top 24 individuals and top 16 relay teams posted to athletic.net to compete in Gothenburg each year on the Saturday before the High School State Track Meet.
To qualify for the Nebraska Championship Meet, an athlete's results must be posted by a school official to the athletic.net website. The website is a time saving organizational coaching tool for cross country and track and field. To sign up for an account go to:
The Nebraska Championship Meet mission is to provide an opportunity for 7 & 8 grade kids across the state to compete at a high level and experience a championship meet atmosphere. Our goal is to promote track and field in the youth of the state of Nebraska in the spirit of developing future USATF athletes.