Warren Ring began his association with track and field while attending Brooklyn Prep and Fordham University, where he ran track and cross country. He began his work as a track volunteer with the CYO in Brooklyn when his seven children got involved in sports. His experience led him to become a certified USATF Official which broadened his work in the sport.
Warren has served as Chief Clerk at many prestigious events including:
- Penn Relays (20 years)
- 2006 Olympic Games (Atlanta, Georgia)
- The Goodwill Games
- The NCAA Outdoor Championships
- The World University Games
- The National Scholastic Championships (New York – 24 years)
- The World Masters Championships (Australia, Puerto Rico & Hawaii)
- The Millrose Games
- Reebok Games (New York)
Warren serves as co-meet director at the following meets:
- The Colgate Games for Women (38 years)
- The Manhattan Cross Country Championships (37 years)
- The Bishop Loughlin Games (27 years)
Warren has served as Meet Management for the USATF Indoor and Outdoor Championships and he has worked at hundreds of indoor, outdoor and cross country meets in the New York area including the Special Olympics, the Empire State Games and the Junior Olympics.