The Hap Rapp Memorial Track Meet is a Camarillo tradition. In 1959, a group of Camarillo Rotarians founded the meet for aspiring young athletes. The meet was renamed the Hap
The Hap Rapp Memorial Track Meet is a Camarillo tradition. In 1959, a group of Camarillo Rotarians founded the meet for aspiring young athletes. The meet was renamed the Hap Rapp Memorial Track Meet in 1988, after Rotarian Hap Rapp passed away. Hap had been one of the meet’s most loyal supporters over the years, and volunteered many hours of his time at the event annually.
This year, the meet will be held on Saturday May 13th at the Adolfo Camarillo High School Track Field. Designed for 4th through 8th graders to discover their athletic ability, over 300 students from 14 schools are expected to participate. Events include the 50 and 100-meter dash, high jump, long jump, shot put, relay and distance races. Dozens of volunteers will measure and time the events. Ribbons will be presented for the first through fifth-place students and the highest-scoring student in each classification division will receive a trophy. Additionally, the Guy Craig Memorial Award will go to the school that demonstrates the best overall preparedness, sportsmanship, conduct and cooperation.
(Saturday) 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Adolfo Camarillo High School Track Field
4660 Mission Oaks Blvd Camarillo, CA 93010