|Elite||Anticipated Time under avg 7:30 min/mile pace^^|
|Open||One or more under 30|
|Submasters||All 30 or over|
|Masters||All 40 or over|
|Ultra||2 – 6 runners|
|Corporate||At least 9 employees from same company*|
|Public Service||Military / Law Enforcement / Firemen^|
|High School Challenge||All 19 or younger**|
MIXED: Any combination of mixed gender
MENS: All members male
WOMENS: All members female
|ULTRA TEAMS||2-6 runners. Must provide one volunteer for the relay, as opposed to the regular requirement of two.|
|SOLO RUNNER||Enough said!|
|*CORPORATE||At least 9 members must be employed or relatives of employees by the same company. No gender categories in this division.|
|^PUBLIC SERVICE||At least 9 members or relatives. No gender categories in this division.|
|**HIGH SCHOOL||All members 19 or younger. No gender categories in this division.|
|^^ELITE||Teams that finish under a 7:30 min/mile pace will be automatically transfered to the elite division.|
OSAA Regulations (Off-Season Participation)
- A High School team cannot race under a high school or mascot name, nor race representing the high school; rather they must run as individuals.
- A team cannot be restricted to track and cross-country team members only.
- A coach cannot coordinate the team as part of a team activity, but he or she can drive one of the vans, as a friend of the team.
- Check the OSAA website for more information.