Age divisions are determined by birth year.
|8 & Under||2014 & After||2015 & After||2016 & After||2017 & After|
|9 Year Old||2013||2014||2015||2016|
|10 Year Old||2012||2013||2014||2015|
|11 Year Old||2011||2012||2013||2014|
|12 Year Old||2010||2011||2012||2013|
|13 Year Old||2009||2010||2011||2012|
|14 Year Old||2008||2009||2010||2011|
|15‐16 Year Olds||2006‐2007||2007‐2008||2008‐2009||2009‐2010|
|17‐18 Year Olds||2004-2005||2005-2006||2006-2007||2007-2008|
*Athletes who are still eighteen (18) years of age through the final day of the AAU Junior Olympic Games shall be eligible to compete in the 17-18 year olds division.
**No athlete may compete in a younger or older age division in individual events. The AAU Athletics athletes must compete in their own age division with the following exceptions: For relays only, 9 Year Old athletes may compete in the 10 Year Old division. 11Year Old athletes may compete in the 12 Year Old division; and 13 Year Old athletes may compete in the 14 Year Old division.
In track and field, a competitor in the 8-Under, 9 Year Old, 10 Year Old, 11Year Old or 12 Year Old age divisions may enter a maximum of three (3) events. Competitors in the 13 Year Old, 14 Year Old, 15-16 Year Old, or 17-18 Year Old age divisions may enter a maximum of four (4) events. These event limitations include relays, but do not include multi-events. Entry in a relay, either as a principal or an alternate member, will be considered an entry for the purpose of this rule.