Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championships

About The Event

The Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championships event was founded in 2015 to continue on the tradition of the Hershey® Track and Field Games in Iowa. Like it’s predecessor, the Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championships is a free, state wide event that requires no special equipment to participate. Partnering with parks and recreation departments and school districts throughout the state, local meets are hosted all around Iowa, giving participants a chance to compete in their hometowns. Local meet champions will have the opportunity to participate in the state meet held in Bondurant on Saturday, June 17, 2023.

Dickinson County Host Information

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Local Meet Director: Kiley Zankowski



712-332-2107 (W)  712-330-5273 (C)

The Spirit Lake Noon Kiwanis Club has been in existence for over 75 years. We are a part of a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. During the event you and your children will be greeted and served by volunteers from this local organization.

Participant & Qualification Information

Participant Information

The only restriction for participation is age. A participant’s age is as of December 31, 2023. Participants MUST compete in their age group, including relays (no exceptions).

Participants may only compete in ONE local meet. Participating in more than one in an attempt to qualify for State is not allowed.

No spikes, turf shoes, or starting blocks will be allowed.

A participant may compete in three events. This can be a combination of field and running events. The relay does NOT count as a running event and can be used as a fourth event. Participants cannot compete in three running events only (not including the relay).

For more specific information regarding guidelines, click the following link: Participant guidelines and Rules Highlights

Still have questions? Contact your local meet director for more information

How to Qualify for State Championships

First place winners in each event and age group at every local meet qualify for the Live Healthy Iowa Kids Track Championships in Marshalltown. If the first place winner is not able to go, the second place finisher may attend. Winners must notify their local meet coordinator on their plan to attend the State meet. The local meet coordinator will then enter them in the State Meet.