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Ross County – Terri Tutt Recognized Nationally for Work in Track and Field


Ross County – A woman who has spent a lot of her life working with athletes around the track was nationally recognized this weekend.

Terri Tutt Tutt has served as an Athletic Director and commissioner of the Frontier Athletic Conference and was a track athlete during her school days at Huntington HS. Nowadays Tutt serves as secretary for USATF (USA Track and Field).

In the annual meeting in Orlando Florida USATF recognized Tutt or her role as an official for track and field. While serving Tutt has worked the world championships and has been the head clerk for the US Olympic trials!.  She has been a head official for the SEC and Big Ten meets several times as well as countless other CC and track meets.

USATF is the national governing body for most events. Based in Indianapolis, USA Track & Field (USATF) is the National Governing Body for track and field, long-distance running, and race walking in the United States. USATF encompasses the world’s oldest organized sports, the most-watched events of Olympic broadcasts, the number one high school and junior high school participatory sport, and more than 30 million adult runners in the United States.

Each year the NOC Chair presents Chair Awards to recognize individuals whose support to the Chair and the Committee reflect their dedication and leadership and who have significantly assisted in helping the Committee to reach its goals. Click here to view the Recipients Gallery.​ Congrats to Terri Tutt for winning the USATF National Officials Chair award.