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KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Updated July 1, 2022

Table of Contents

 

Event App

Hayward Field Sessions

Road Events (Autzen Stadium + Road Race Routes)

Plan Your Visit

 

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Event App

 

For up-to-date information, download the official WCH Oregon22 app here.

 

 

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Hayward Field Sessions

 

Getting to the Venue (Transportation)

 

We highly encourage sustainable and active modes of transportation (walking, biking, and riding the public bus) when traveling to and from the World Athletics Championships Oregon22, and encourage you to arrive early for all sessions. As outlined below, each of the three fan entry gates open 90 minutes prior to the publicized session start time, and the pre-show will begin 30 minutes prior to the start of competition.

 

On Foot

Legend the Bigfoot says use your feet!


If you are staying in Eugene, walking to Hayward Field is always the most sustainable option. Walking will put you in the heart of the city and allow you to stop easily to pick up food or drinks.

 
Bike

 

Eugene is proudly one of the bike-friendliest cities in the U.S. and biking is likely to be the fastest way to travel during the World Athletics Championships.

 

Free Bike Valet

There will be two free bike+ valets for the event, one on the north side of Hayward Field and one on the south side of Hayward Field. Bike+ valet locations can be seen here.

 

The bike+ valet will operate on competition days only. They will follow the same schedule as the main fan gates, opening each day 90 minutes before the beginning of the first session and closing 60 minutes post-competition for the last session. See gate schedule opening times here for operational hours for bike+ valet. Bikes can be kept in the bike valet between sessions when there are two sessions on a given day. If a bicycle is not retrieved at the end of each day, it will be safely moved to the University of Oregon Police Department Lost and Found on-campus station to be retrieved by its owner.

 

Using Bike Share

PeaceHealth Rides is a network of bike share stations and rentable bicycles. These bicycles are available for self-service rental from hubs throughout Eugene, many of which are adjacent to free parking (i.e. Valley River Center). Bike share works best for one-way trips across the city - just lock your blue bike up to the nearest hub or rack at your destination. Download the PeaceHealth Rides app to get started - iOS here and Google Play here. More information at peacehealthrides.com.

 

See here for more resources on biking while in town for WCH Oregon22.

 

Taking the Public Bus

 

Taking the bus is a quick and easy option for getting around town thanks to the Lane Transit District (LTD). Take the Emerald Express (often called “the EmX” locally) across the city of Eugene and back and forth to the nearby city of Springfield. When you use it to get to Hayward Field, step off the bus at Agate Street (intersection of Agate Street and Franklin Boulevard), which is just outside of the venue’s Fan Entry Gate B. The EmX runs every 15 minutes, offers raised platforms for easy boarding, and is Free for those with proof of that day's World Championships mobile ticket, as well as individuals with official accreditation for the Championships.

 

For more information on specific routes and service times, check the LTD EmX website here.

 

To learn more about public transportation options in the area, visit the LTD homepage here.

 

Coming from Portland or Salem? See daily round trip shuttle opportunities here.

 

Free Fan Park and Ride Shuttle

 

The Free fan park and ride shuttle will operate continuously from the Valley River Center - rear parking lot (293 Valley River Center, Eugene) starting two hours prior to every competition session at Hayward Field. Follow signs to parking near the Willamette Riverbank path. Estimated travel time via shuttle from Valley River Center to venue is 15 minutes. Shuttles returning to Valley River Center from Hayward Field will stop running one hour after the conclusion of each competition session.

 

Reminder: Before boarding the shuttle, make sure you are compliant with the stadium clear bag policy and that you have your personal reusable empty water bottle.

 

Rideshare

 

Uber, Lyft and local taxis are available for those attending the World Athletics Championships. Uber, Lyft and taxis have been recommended to coordinate drop-offs and pick-ups at a WCH Oregon22 managed parking lot at the corner of Millrace and Riverfront streets, north of Hayward Field, within walking distance of the venue.

 

Park and Walk

 

While we strongly encourage people to use alternate forms of transportation, for those who choose to drive, there will be parking garage options at the 13th Avenue Garage (1720 E. 13th Ave.), and the Millrace Garage (1650 Millrace Drive).

 

Those who park at the 13th Avenue Garage can do so for $35 per session but are limited to parking there for evening sessions only. Those who park at the Millrace Garage can do so for $25 per session, with this garage available for both morning and evening sessions. Parking at this location can be reserved in advance here.

 

Parking at Autzen Stadium and then walking or biking to Hayward Field is only available from Tuesday, July 19 through Sunday, July 24 (due to the staging of the Championships Marathons) and is $10 per session for morning or evening sessions. Parking at this location can be reserved in advance here.

 

$25 Per Day Parking in Temporary Event Parking District (South of Hayward Field)

Daily Event Parking Permits are available for purchase online and allow you to park in the City of Eugene's Event Parking District between Wednesday, July 13 and Sunday, July 24. The District is located south of Hayward Field. Proceeds from the Daily Event Parking Permits will go towards a project in the neighborhood park. For more information, a map of the district, and to purchase your permit, click here: www.EugeneParking.com.

 

ADA Parking

 

ADA Parking is available on-site for ADA ticketed fans. If you are an ADA ticket-holder, you will be contacted by the event with instructions on how to access the first-come, first-served ADA parking locations.

 

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Venue Map

 

 

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COVID-19 Fan Guidelines

 

Under current health guidelines, fans do NOT need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result and are NOT required to wear masks in outdoor sporting events, including those held at Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus.

 

We support vaccination as a safe choice. Our entire staff of workforce and volunteers, as well as all participants, will be vaccinated. Masking is optional. People should monitor and be responsible for their own health. If you are feeling sick (fever, cough, etc.), we ask you to consider if it is wise to attend a mass gathering such as a sporting event.

 

We are committed to following all local and state guidelines for health and safety-related protocols regarding COVID-19, as well as policies and procedures from the sport’s international governing body, World Athletics. As these guidelines are subject to change, we encourage fans to monitor those protocols in preparation for the event, and to assume the COVID-19 landscape may continue to impact entry requirements for events.

 

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Ticketing

 

Mobile Tickets

 

We cannot wait to welcome you to Hayward Field at the University of Oregon! Please note that this event is a mobile-ticketed only event. A mobile ticket is a convenient and flexible way to receive and manage tickets, while increasing protection against paper ticket fraud. It allows a quick and easy way into Hayward Field for you and your entire party while eliminating paper waste. Tickets are still available for the event here.

 

For helpful hints on how to access or transfer your mobile tickets, see our mobile ticket guide here. Before leaving home, please make sure to download your mobile tickets to your Apple wallet (iPhone users) or Google play (for all others). You can also access your mobile tickets on our WCH Oregon22 app, available on all app stores. If you do not have a smart phone, please give our ticket resolution office a call at +1 (541) 346-4461.

 

Ticket Resolution Office

 

On the days prior to competition, fans can visit the ticket resolution desk located at the Moshofsky Center at Autzen Stadium complex, where support staff will always be available to assist in-person 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday.

 

On competition days (July 15–24), a dedicated ticket resolution office will be located at Matthew Knight Arena at the corner of 13th Avenue and Franklin Boulevard, 3 blocks north of Fan Entry Gate B at Hayward Field. Support staff at this location will be able to assist fans prior to entering the venue. For any issues once inside the security gates, fans can find the ticket resolution window on Agate Street, where support staff will be available to assist mid-session.

 

Full ticket resolution office hours can be found below:

 

Date

Open

Close

Location

Friday, July 15, 2022

9:00am

5:00pm

Autzen Complex

 

7:30am

8:00pm

Matthew Knight

 

7:30am

1:30pm

Hayward AM

 

3:30pm

7:30pm

Hayward PM

Saturday, July 16, 2022

9:00am

7:30pm

Matthew Knight

 

9:00am

1:00pm

Hayward AM

 

3:00pm

7:00pm

Hayward PM

Sunday, July 17, 2022

9:00am

7:30pm

Matthew Knight

 

9:00am

1:00pm

Hayward AM

 

3:00pm

7:00pm

Hayward PM

Monday, July 18, 2022

9:00am

5:00pm

Autzen Complex

 

8:00am

7:30pm

Matthew Knight

 

8:00am

12:00pm

Hayward AM

 

3:00pm

7:00pm

Hayward PM

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

9:00am

5:00pm

Autzen Complex

 

2:00pm

7:00pm

Matthew Knight

 

3:15pm

7:00pm

Hayward

Wednesday, July 20, 2022

9:00am

5:00pm

Autzen Complex

 

12:00pm

7:00pm

Matthew Knight

 

1:45pm

7:00pm

Hayward

Thursday, July 21, 2022

9:00am

5:00pm

Autzen Complex

 

2:00pm

7:00pm

Matthew Knight

 

3:15pm

7:00pm

Hayward

Friday, July 22, 2022

9:00am

5:00pm

Autzen Complex

 

2:00pm

7:00pm

Matthew Knight

 

3:15pm

7:00pm

Hayward

Saturday, July 23, 2022

8:00am

7:30pm

Matthew Knight

 

8:00am

12:00pm

Hayward AM

 

2:30pm

7:30pm

Hayward PM

Sunday, July 24, 2022

8:00am

7:30pm

Matthew Knight

 

8:00am

2:00pm

Hayward AM

 

3:15pm

7:30pm

Hayward PM

 

Ticketing Terms and Conditions

 

View full ticketing terms and conditions here.

 

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Gate Schedule

 

Below is the schedule for when fan gates open. Fan gates will open 90 minutes prior to the first competition session. Fans will enter Hayward Field from entry gates A, B and C. Please review the venue map for gate locations. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the additional security screening procedures necessary for entry into the venue, fans are encouraged to arrive as early as possible to ensure they don’t miss any of the competition. Fans who arrive close to the start of competition may not clear the security screening process before sessions begin.

 

Date

Session

Gates Open

Friday, July 15

Session 1

7:30 AM

Friday, July 15

Session 2

3:30 PM

Saturday July 16

Session 3

9:00 AM

Saturday, July 16

Session 4

3:30 PM

Sunday, July 17

Session 5

9:00 AM

Sunday, July 17

Session 6

3:30 PM

Monday, July 18

Session 7

8:00 AM

Monday, July 18

Session 8

3:30 PM

Tuesday, July 19

Session 9

3:45 PM

Wednesday, July 20

Session 10

1:45 PM

Thursday, July 21

Session 11

3:30 PM

Friday, July 22

Session 12

3:30 PM

Saturday, July 23

Session 13

8:15 AM

Saturday, July 23

Session 14

2:30 PM

Sunday, July 24

Session 15

8:00 AM

Sunday, July 24

Session 16

3:30 PM

 

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Venue Policies

 

No Re-Entry Policy

 

Once someone enters through fan entrances into the venue, they cannot re-enter the ticketed perimeter during that session should they leave.

 

Clear Bag Policy

 

To enhance public safety and make the Hayward Field venue access more efficient, the University of Oregon’s clear-bag policy will be in effect. Each person may bring in one (1) clear bag, no larger than 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches or a 1-gallon plastic storage bag. Tickets holders are limited to one clear bag per person along with a small clutch or purse (4 1/2 inches by 6 1/2 inches) for privacy. Bags, backpacks, purses, diaper bags, and other carry-in containers that don’t meet the clear-bag policies specifically stated here are prohibited.

 

 

Personal Water Bottle Policy

 

We encourage everyone coming to Hayward Field to bring personal refillable water bottles to the event. There are no size or material restrictions for individual water bottles. As part of the event’s sustainability initiatives, no single-use plastic water bottles will be sold at the event. Free water refilling stations will be available throughout Hayward Field. For those who forget refillable water bottles, they will be available for purchase at on-site merchandise locations.

 

Prohibited items

 

To ensure everyone has a safe and pleasurable experience at the event, the following items are not allowed to be taken into Hayward Field:

 

      • Bottles (other than personal refillable water bottles)
      • Aerosol cans, including spray-on sunscreen
      • Coolers
      • Thermoses
      • Alcoholic beverages
      • Food
      • Picnic baskets
      • Any type of promotional or commercial item, including, but not limited to banners, badges, signs, symbols and leaflets
      • Poles, including selfie-sticks
      • Open umbrellas
      • Weapons of any kind, including ammunition
      • Munitions
      • Explosives
      • Fireworks, flares and smoke bombs
      • Balls
      • Frisbees
      • Drones
      • Laser pointers or any other items that could compromise public safety, disrupt the athletes or inconvenience other fans or interfere with television production.
      • Any professional equipment or device capable of being used for the recording, transmission or dissemination by any other manner of sound, moving or still images, description or results of the event, except for sound or video devices, such as cell phones, brought to the stadium for private use. Single lens reflex (SLR) cameras are permitted.
      • Any other material held as non-compliant, dangerous and/or not authorized by security.

 

If requested by the authorities, all persons shall be required to cooperate by providing evidence of identity, submitting to inspections of personal belongings, and consenting to security searches and/or screenings whether by walk-through, metal detector, hand-held metal detector, bag checks or otherwise. Prohibited items detected will be confiscated by security.

 

Fan Code of Conduct

 

The Local Organizing Committee for World Athletics Championships Oregon22 is committed to creating a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable experience for all in attendance. To maintain this celebratory environment, we ask that fans refrain from the following behavior: 

 

      • Drones
      • Smoking (the University of Oregon is smoke and tobacco free. All visitors are prohibited from using any smoke or tobacco products on University of Oregon owned or controlled properties, which includes Hayward Field and its grounds.
      • Bringing prohibited items into the venue (see list above)
      • Strollers are allowed through the entry gates and can be stored at Fan Services booths so as to not clog up walkways and aisles.
      • Interference with the progress of competition (including throwing of items or entering the competition field/track)
      • Failure to follow instructions of event personnel or law enforcement
      • Violating federal, state, or local laws
      • Obstructing views of other fans or access ways (including banners, umbrellas, signs, flags)
      • Affixing signs or other materials to the venue
      • Unauthorized recording, videotaping, broadcasting or transmission through mobile phones, radios, and other recording or transmission devices
      • Using, wearing, possessing or holding objects and materials for promotional or commercial purposes
      • Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal in nature
      • Profanity or other offensive language
      • Wearing obscene or indecent clothing. Footwear is required at all times.
      • Fighting or threatening behavior
      • Unauthorized loitering or solicitation
      • Gambling
      • Operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS/drones) is prohibited within a two-mile nautical radius of Hayward Field beginning one hour before the first session of competition each day, lasting through to the end of competition.

 

*Failure to comply with the Fan Code of Conduct will result in removal from the venue.

 

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Fan Services

 

Food and Drink

 

Fans will be able to choose from a wide variety of food and drink options featuring fare from all around the world. Locally sourced, organic, vegetarian, and vegan food and drink options will be available for purchase both on the concourse level and on Agate Street adjacent to the venue (inside the secure perimeter). In addition, download the WCH Oregon22 event App for updated menus and in-seat ordering potential.

 

Please note that concessions on the concourse will only be accepting credit/debit card. However, concessions on Agate Street will accept both cash and credit/debit cards.

 

Waste Disposal

 

      Recycling and composting services will be available. Refer to signage for instructions to utilize the two-bin disposal system. Make sure to recycle all aluminum and plastic bottles. All food waste and soiled paper materials will have their own clearly marked recycling bins. These materials will be separately processed for advanced fiber recycling.

Merchandise

 

Be seen in WCH Oregon22 gear! A wide range of official World Athletics Championships Oregon22 merchandise will be available at three locations at Hayward Field, noted on the Venue Map (link to venue map above). 

 

Official Championships merchandise is available at all The Duck Store locations and online. Additionally, WCH Oregon22 merchandise can be found at Eugene Running Company and Run Hub Northwest.

Activations

 

For ticket-holders, visit our official partner booths on Agate Street to learn more about the partners that make the event possible. TDK, Asics, Seiko, Travel Oregon, University of Oregon, PeaceHealth and Rise to Win will all have activations for the duration of the event.

 

For more information about the official event partners of the World Athletics Championships Oregon22, click here.

 

Inside the venue, fans will be able find two fan service booths, three merchandise booths and one first aid station operating for the duration of the event.

 

Make sure to stop by the Making Tracks Youth Engagement and Education space located on the southern concourse of Hayward Field. Open every session, this space will provide fun activities and learning opportunities for kids of all ages!

 

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Sustainability

 

From an environmental sustainability standpoint, WCH Oregon22 is focusing on materials management, a strategy that looks at the lifecycle impacts of materials. This includes reducing toxic materials, reducing the number of materials, ensuring materials can be reused, and ensuring that what cannot be reused is recycled.

 

The LOC will be launching a “Bring Your Own Water Bottle” campaign during the event. Fans, media, coaches, volunteers, and athletes are encouraged to bring their own empty water bottles and fill up at one of the many water stations that will be positioned around Hayward Field. There will be no restrictions on the size or dimensions of personal reusable bottles that people can bring into the stadium. In a significant effort to reduce the plastic waste associated with the World Championships, no single-use plastic water bottles will be sold inside the stadium.

 

The decision not to sell plastic water bottles in the stadium represents an unprecedented but necessary shift from previous large-scale sporting events.

 

Additionally, the LOC is working to minimize the impacts of transportation related to the operations of the event in several ways. Fans and participants will be encouraged to use alternative and active modes of transportation to get to the event, including walking and riding bicycles. Bike valets will be available as part of the event.

 

Oregon’s commitment to sustainability by local and statewide communities and organizations across all sectors created a foundation to support this vision, and it is through the collaborative work of sustainability experts and event operations specialists that this dedicated effort has been possible.

 

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Traffic Impacts

 

Map of road closures for World Athletics Championships Oregon22

 

  • Agate St (East 13th Ave to East 18th Alley) Closed June 28-July 31 
  • Agate St (Franklin Blvd to East 13th Ave) Closed July 10-31
  • East 18th Ave (Agate St to University St) Accredited Vehicles Only July 10-July 31 
  • University St (East 13th Ave to East 18th Ave) Accredited and UO Vehicles Only July 10-July 31 
  • East 13th Ave (Franklin Blvd to University St) Accredited and UO Vehicles July 10-31
  • Moss St (East 15th Ave to East 17th Ave) Accredited Vehicles Only July 10-July 31 
  • East 15th Ave (Moss St to Agate St) Accredited Vehicles Only June 28-July 31 
  • East 17th Ave (Columbia Alley to Agate St) Accredited Vehicles Only June 28-July 31

 

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Road Events (Autzen Stadium + Road Race Routes)

 

Road Race Maps

 

Marathon

 

For Eugene and Springfield residents, businesses, and commuters: 

Click here for specific information about how the marathon events may impact you, including road closures, traffic delays, alternate routes.

 

 

Race Walk

 

The Race Walk events will take place on a 1km loop on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in front of Autzen Stadium. More details to come.

 

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How and Where to Watch the Road Race Events

 

The marathon and race walk events begin and end outside of Autzen Stadium and are free and open to the public. Fans are welcome to watch and cheer along the routes! See course maps here.

 

On competition days, the marathons and race walks will have a fan zone on the North side of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. with restrooms, food trucks, water refilling stations (bring your refillable water bottles!) and more. These open 60 minutes prior to race start.

 

For an enhanced engagement during the men’s marathon on Sunday July 17, register here to run the ASICS Uplift Oregon 5K race: a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to compete on the World Championships course during the World Championships marathon! Run your own race, then join the action in the fan zone and cheer on the elite athletes as they compete to be crowned World Champion.

 

Fans are also encouraged to line the course for the marathons throughout Eugene and Springfield, with some suggested locations being Centennial Boulevard, the west end of Alton Baker Park, West D Street in Springfield and downtown Springfield’s Main Street. The marathon will consist of three 14-kilometer (8.7-mile) loops, allowing fans along the course multiple opportunities to see the runners. Listed below are the start times for the marathon and racewalk sessions:

 

Date

Event

Time

Friday, July 15

20km Race walks

1:10 PM (women), 3:10 PM (men)

Sunday, July 17

Men’s Marathon

6:15 AM

Monday, July 18

Women’s Marathon

6:15 AM

Friday, July 22

Men’s 35km Race walk

6:15 AM

Sunday, July 24

Women’s 35km Race walk

6:15 AM

 

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Fan Code of Conduct

 

The Local Organizing Committee for World Athletics Championships Oregon22 is committed to creating a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable experience for all. To ensure a safe and celebratory environment, we ask that fans refrain from the following behavior:

 

  • Interference with the progress of competition (including throwing of items or entering the race course)
  • Failure to follow instructions of event personnel or law enforcement
  • Violating federal, state, or local laws
  • Obstructing views of other fans or access ways
  • Affixing signs or other materials along the course or course equipment
  • Unauthorized recording, videotaping, broadcasting or transmission through mobile phones, radios, and other recording or transmission devices
  • Using, wearing, possessing or holding objects and materials for promotional or commercial purposes
  • Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal in nature
  • Profanity or other offensive language
  • Fighting or threatening behavior
  • Unauthorized loitering or solicitation
  • Gambling
  • Operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS/drones) is prohibited over the marathon and race walk courses beginning 30 minutes before each day of competition.

 

*Failure to comply with the Fan Code of Conduct will result in removal from the venue and/or course areas.

 

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Road Closures and Neighborhood Impacts

 

For Eugene and Springfield residents, businesses, and commuters: 

Click here for specific information about how the marathon events may impact you, including road closures, traffic delays, alternate routes.

 

    • From July 10-27, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard will be closed between both intersections of Leo Harris Parkway. Through traffic on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard will be detoured onto Leo Harris Parkway. Expect delays.

 

    • On marathon competition days, Sunday July 17 and Monday, July 18, the following roads will be closed from approximately 4 a.m. to 10 a.m.: Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Club Road, Centennial Boulevard (west of Prescott), Pioneer Parkway (west and east), Rainbow Drive, West D, Main, and South A streets in Springfield (west of Fifth Street), and Franklin Boulevard east of Interstate 5. View the course map here.

 

    • For those living in the areas affected by these road closures (Chevy Chase, Springfield Ward No. 2, specifically the area south of Centennial Boulevard and west of Rainbow Drive, and south of West D Street and west of Pioneer Parkway). There will also be traffic monitors and local law enforcement officers to assist your neighborhood access.

 

    • During race walk competition days, Friday, July 15, Friday, July 22 and Sunday, July 24, those traveling on Martin Luther King Boulevard should expect increased delays, but through traffic will still be allowed via Leo Harris Parkway.

 

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Parking

 

Championships fan parking at Autzen Stadium is only available from Tuesday, July 19 through Sunday, July 24 and is $10 per vehicle per session. This means fan parking at Autzen Stadium will not be available for the 20km race walks and the marathons; it will only be available for the 35km race walk events. Parking at this location can be reserved in advance here.

 

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Rideshare

 

Uber, Lyft and local taxis are available resources for fans in Eugene and Springfield. On marathon days, Rideshare riders and drivers looking for pickups or drop-offs close to the start and finish fan zone are encouraged to utilize Centennial Loop towards The Cooler Restaurant & Bar.

 
On race walk competition days, rideshare riders and drivers can find access along Leo Harris Parkway for pickups and drop-offs.

 

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Plan Your Visit

 
Visitor Information

 

If this is your first visit to Eugene, make sure you plan extra time around your World Athletics Championships Oregon22 experience to explore the area and experience the region's must-dos. Eugene - Springfield is tucked in the temperate south end of the Willamette Valley and you will quickly see why the community's climate, topography, and culture contribute to making this the heart and home of track and field. Eugene-Springfield is a little over 1 hour to the Oregon coast, two hours from Portland and a day’s drive from Crater Lake National Park.  

 

Click here for visitor information and sight-seeing options while in Lane County, including transportation information and accommodations information.

 

Coming from Portland or Salem? See daily round trip shuttle opportunities here.

 

Click here for visitor information and sight-seeing options across Oregon.

 

Click here to learn about the City of Eugene’s Riverfront Festival.

 

Cell Phone Service

 

Mobile service will be available within the venue via national carriers. Those traveling from outside the U.S. should check with their service providers to ensure their service will work while attending the event. Temporary SIM cards should be considered prior to arrival in Eugene; options can be purchased through carriers at local stores (Verizon Store: 485 Coburg Road, Suite A, Eugene; AT&T Store: 460 Coburg Road, Suite 206, Eugene; T-Mobile Store: 472 W. 7th Ave., Eugene; Buy 2 Store, 110 W. Broadway, Eugene).

 

Currency Exchange

 

Most local banks only facilitate currency exchange for bank account holders, and currency exchange is not available at the Eugene airport. If you are traveling to Oregon and need to exchange currency, we encourage you to do so before you arrive in Eugene. Credit cards will be accepted while you are in Oregon for the event, but make sure you confirm travel alerts for your cards with your bank.

 

Stay Informed

 

Follow WCH Oregon22 on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

 

Follow Legend the Bigfoot, the official mascot of WCH Oregon22 on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.

 

Sign up for email updates here.

 

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