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2017-2018 Cross Country and Track and Field Rules
 
2015-2016 Cross Country and Track and Field Rules
 
2013-2014 Cross Country & Track & Field Rules
 
2011-2012 Men's & Womens' Cross Country & Track & Field Rules (2 Year Publication)
 
2009 & 2010 NCAA Men's and Women's Cross Country Track and Field Rules (Two Year Publication) (Due November 2008)
Each book contains diagrams of playing area's, official signals, and official interpretations and rulings.
 
2008 Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track and Field Rules
Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track and Field Rules
 
2007 Men's and Women's Cross Country and Track and Field Rules
 
2006 NCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field & Cross Country Rules
The rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule. NCAA member institutions are required to conduct their intercollegiate contests according to these rules. The administrative rules indicated in this book are listed below. All other rules deal with the conduct of track and field competition.
 
2005 NCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field & Cross Country Rules
The rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule. NCAA member institutions are required to conduct their intercollegiate contests according to these rules. The administrative rules indicated in this book are listed below. All other rules deal with the conduct of track and field competition.
 
2004 NCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field & Cross Country Rules
The rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule. NCAA member institutions are required to conduct their intercollegiate contests according to these rules. The administrative rules indicated in this book are listed below. All other rules deal with the conduct of track and field competition.
 
2003 NCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field & Cross Country Rules
The rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule. NCAA member institutions are required to conduct their intercollegiate contests according to these rules. The administrative rules indicated in this book are listed below. All other rules deal with the conduct of track and field competition.
 
2002 NCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field & Cross Country Rules
The rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule. NCAA member institutions are required to conduct their intercollegiate contests according to these rules. The administrative rules indicated in this book are listed below. All other rules deal with the conduct of track and field competition.
 
2001 NCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field & Cross Country Rules
The rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition.