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CIS Secondary Athletics Championships

Selection Outline


Venue:
Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre



Event Date:
Tuesday, 25 September 2018


Trial Time
8:30 am - 3:45 pm

Trial Format
This is an Inter-Association Championship

The following events will be held in age or age groups - see program

100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 3000m, Sprint Hurdles, Long Jump, High Jump, Triple Jump, Shotput, Discus, Javelin

TRACK - Events will either be finals,  or in the case of 2 races in an event, timed finals. This will depend on the number of entries for each event

FIELD - Competitors will have three attempts only. 

Multi-Class (MC) Competitors - 16 & Over, 15 & Under - 100, 200, 800, Long Jump, Shotput, Discus. All entered Para Athletes must have a current valid classification- see Athletics Australia Mastersheet or Sport Inclusion Australia

The CIS Secondary Athletics Championships are conducted under IAAF rules unless stipulated in the program.  
Athletes will not be able to use their own implements for throws- the only allowable equipment will be that provided by SOPAC.  


All triallists are asked to download the CIS Secondary Sportss App prior to the trials.   This will ensure that you have all the up to date information you need your sport and the Championships.   To access the App go to either the App store or Google Play and search for AISNSW, once downloaded enter the following event code:   secondary18.

For windows phone or PC users, open any browser and go to http://app.entegy.com.au / insert the event code  secondary18.


Parking
Parking $18 a day with a validated ticket.  Ticket validation available at reception.

Gates and Entry- Via the front or back gates from 7:30 am. Nomination Fee includes program / entry.  There is no printed program with all information loaded on the CIS Secondary Sports  App.  

First Aid
There is a First Aid Room at Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre and an attendant will be present throughout the day.

Students who use asthma puffers or Epi-Pens should have them at the Championships.

Dress
Association Athletic Singlet must be worn.

All competitors must wear footwear.  Spike shoes are permitted.  When spiked shoes are worn the maximum length for all events is 7mm with the exception of High Jump where it is 9mm.

All competitors and officials are advised to bring cap, sunscreen and water bottle with them.

Food & Drink
A canteen will be available at the venue.

CIS Team
Students that place 1st, 2nd or 3rd in an event will be automatically selected in the NSWCIS Secondary Athletics Merit Team

CIS will not be submitting a team to the NSW All Schools Athletics Championships. Students that wish to compete in these championships will need to submit an individual entry form.  These are available on the Athletics NSW website.  Students are not permitted to compete in CIS athletics strip at the NSW All Schools Track and Field Meet.  

To be eligible for a CIS award in athletics, athletes will need to be named in the CIS Merit Team, place 1st,2nd or 3rd at NSW All Schools, be selected in the NSW All Schools Team and compete at the National Schools Athletics Championships.


Officials
To assist in ensuring that the carnival runs as efficiently as possible, associations can nominate staff to particular roles, so as to ensure we utilise any expertise we may have within our schools so that our carnivals are conducted as professionally as possible.  Duties include all the field events, marshalls, check starters etc
Should you wish to nominate staff in this way please indicate their preference via email to ljesse@aisnsw.edu.au by the 27 July 2018.   This will enable adjustments to be made to the duties allocation sheets. 

CIS Secondary Athletics Association Official Duties Allocation Form is Due on – Tuesday 11 September - return to ljesse@aisnsw.edu.au. The form has been loaded under Related Documents on this page.

It is the responsibility of each association to ensure all officials and student helpers as outlined in the Association Officials Duties Form are allocated and present at the carnival. THESE ARE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS. It is expected that officials running field events will be aware of their specific job and have had experience in conducting the event at the association level.

Teacher Officials: Where a teacher is listed on the form this MUST be a qualified teacher to fulfill the duty of care at each event. Requirements for teachers have been kept to a minimum so it is essential that those listed ARE teachers. Should an official fail to register at the beginning of the day it is the association's responsibility to find a replacement.

Students Helpers: These are essential for the smooth running of the carnival.


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