Welcome to Newbury Park Track Club

Simply put, we are the youth running club for Newbury Park, California.

We promote basic fitness through exercise, proper diet, teamwork, personal victories, having fun, and creating memorable competitive experiences. Through Track & Field in the Spring and Cross Country in the Summer/Fall, we strive to foster a focus and commitment to health by promoting a running lifestyle. Our team of dedicated volunteers provide the necessary training for each athlete to excel and achieve their personal best!


What began as a simple youth running program in 1968 has evolved into a premiere organization offering competition at the conference, state, and national levels. Many of our alumni have progressed into successful high school, college, and professional athletes across all sports. The strength of our program is in the family of volunteers who give of their time in helping our youth excel.


Congrats to Collin!

Congrats to Colin, who recently broke the club record for 100m hurdles!


A few of our amazing coaches participated in the Coaches Medley Relay at the Varsity Meet in Moorpark, on May 6
e Coaches Medley Relay at the Varsity Meet in Moorpar


We have a successful club because of our outstanding volunteers!

There are two ways you can volunteer to cover your three-shift obligation per family for the 2023 season: full-season assignments or signing up for three volunteer shifts.

For more information on Volunteering, Full-season assignments, Volunteer Shifts, What is entailed in volunteering and more Please click below for more information.

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2023 Parent Meeting – Mark Your Calendar

The 2023 Season Parent Meeting will be on January 25 at 6:30 PM.  The meeting will be Microsoft Teams virtual/online.

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2023 Track and Field Registration Now Open

The 2023 season registration is now OPEN for both returning and new families. Please complete your registration soon, as spots fill up quickly! We will review waitlisted applicants and communicate whether or not we will increase team size over the coming weeks.

2023 Track and Field Registration Opens Tomorrow

Dear NPTC families,

The 2023 season registration will open TOMORROW, December 12 for returning families. We will open registration to new families on Monday, December 19, so please complete your registration soon! If you were on last year’s roster, you will have already received a registration link. New families – please visit nptrackclub.org on Monday, December 19 to register.

The Finals: April 23 at NPHS

The Finals: April 23 at NPHS.
The finals are open to everyone. To participate in an event in the finals the athlete needs to:
1) have participated in that event at least once during the regular season. Except for relays, an athlete need not have competed in a relay during the season to compete in a relay at conference finals.
2) have NOT qualified for that event in the championships. If a kid qualifies for an event at the championships they can NOT participate in that event at the finals.
The same event limit applies at the conference finals: maximum of 4 events, a maximum of 3 running events and 4×400 is free.

Championships April 30 at Moorpark:
The championships are for the kids that run the fastest, jump the farthest and highest and put the shot the furthest. For each event in each age/gender group the top kids in the conference qualify for the championships. For sprints and field events the top 9 kids qualify. For the distance events (800, 1600, and 3200) the top 12 kids qualify. If there is a tie for the last slot they then look at the kids’ next best mark.
Athletic.net keeps track of the top athletes for the conference:

Each club gets to send 1 relay team per age/gender group for each relay (4×100 and 4×400). A relay team member need not have run on any relay or competed with the other members of any relay prior to the Championships meet.

Note that each club gets to send relay teams for EVERY age/gender group including intermediates. A relay team counts as an intermediate team if it has one intermediate member. So, a youth and intermediate age group, gets to send a youth team and an intermediate team as long as at least one intermediate athlete participates.
There is no event limit at the championships; an athlete can compete in all of the events for which they qualify.
If an athlete is unavailable/doesn’t want to participate in the championships they leave that spot open they will not bring up the next fastest kid.

Co-Conference Championships May 14:
Qualification at co-conference is based on the results from the conference championships. For laned events and field events the top 5 athletes from VCYTC and the top 4 SCYTFC qualify. For non-laned running events the top 8 from each conference qualify. If an athlete is not available to participate they will take the next best athlete.
The location of the co-conference championships is at Rio Mesa High School and will start at 9:00 a.m.


Congrats to Johanna (center) for breaking the Gremlin Girls 1600m (one mile) record last weekend, with a time of 6:33! Thanks to everyone who came out and supported our athletes! We’ll see you this Saturday for our last regular season home meet. The first events will begin at 8:30 a.m. sharp!