Track & Field Insurance

Track & Field policies for teams and leagues include coverage for Accident, General Liability, Directors and Officers Liability, Crime and Equipment.
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• You can save up to 38%
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Track & Field Insurance Programs for Teams / Leagues

 

Specialty Areas

  • Cross-country Teams/Leagues
  • Track & Field Leagues
  • Track & Field Teams
  • Track & Field Meets

Programs Others Have Purchased

General Liability provides protection for track & field teams and leagues, as well as for respective directors, officers, employees, and volunteers against claims of bodily injury, property damage and personal/advertising injury. It also provides legal defense, paying up to the policy limit in the event of an adverse jury verdict or settlement.

Accident Insurance pays for out-of-pocket medical costs incurred by injured participants including players and staff.


Even though track and field events are not contact sports, injuries still happen. Each event can lead to different injuries and overuse injuries are common. Below are some of the most common injuries associated with the three categories of track and field events.

Running

Jumping

  • Stress fractures
  • track and field insuranceAchilles tendonitis
  • ACL stains/tears
  • Bursitis

Throwing


Preventing Track & Field Injuries

Shoes: A properly-fitted shoe will help stabilize the athlete’s ankle joint and absorb forceful impact with the ground.

Warm-Up/Cool Down: Stretches should be sport specific.

Periodization: Volume, duration and intensity of training should increase gradually by 5 to 10% per week.  

Strength Training: To prevent injuries in track athletes, strength training should be event specific.

Technique: Incorrect form can lead to injuries.  

Hydration & Heat:  Staying hydrated is critical in track & field, as is preventing heat exhaustion.

Inclement Weather: Take precautions during severe storms and heeding storm/tornado/hail warnings. Be cognizant of standing water on the track and wet tracks in general, which are slip-and-fall accidents waiting to happen.