Eugene, Oregon hosts world-class track and field athletes July 15 – 24, 2022
Plan an Unforgettable Track and Field Adventure
Eugene, Oregon in the Willamette Valley is hosting the World Athletics Championships Oregon22 for the first time ever in the United States. Make your plans to be at Hayward Field on the campus of the University of Oregon for this historic, once-in-a-lifetime track and field event. We’ve got trip-planning guides and resources to get you to TrackTownUSA and around the wider Willamette Valley.
With event finals happening in all 10 evening sessions, plus many of the morning sessions, you won’t want to miss a moment of the action. You can find ticketing information here and the link to buy tickets here.
Navigating Your Way around Oregon22 in the Willamette Valley
Whether you are staying in Eugene, Oregon or find accommodations in other parts of the Willamette Valley, we have ways you can make your way around. To get there, you’ll find two primary airports in the Valley — Eugene (EUG) in the South Valley, and the international airport Portland (PDX) north of the valley — where rental cars are available. For a more scenic foray and a car-less way to travel around the Valley, Amtrak serves stops in both Eugene and Portland.
Learn more about getting to (and around) Eugene for WCH Oregon22 from Travel Lane County—with tips for arriving in Eugene, intercity transportation, and getting to Hayward Field from wherever you may be in the Eugene-Springfield area. And the official WCH Oregon22 “know before you go” guide has all the basic information you’ll need to enjoy your time in Eugene—with resources for public transportation, wheelchair-accessible seating, daily schedules, and more.
Find a Place to Stay
From luxurious vineyard suites to hotels and motels, you’ll find wonderful places to relax and refresh between races at Oregon22.
Explore more of the Willamette Valley
Between races and events, explore the abundance of the Willamette Valley. From outdoor adventure to local shops and farms to a wide array of cultural and historical attractions, there’s no shortage of fun and exciting things to do here.
As the largest river valley in the Pacific Northwest, the Willamette Valley is divided into four regions, each offering its own distinct personality and adventures. The South Valley is where you’ll be for Oregon22. Explore all of our regions.
Prepare your taste buds for a sensory explosion. When you’re in Oregon Wine Country, you can’t miss the chance to swirl, sip and savor our famous Pinot and taste delectable dishes served around the valley by award-winning chefs using local ingredients.