Date: Thursday 8th December 2016
Entries Close: 11:59am Thursday 24th November 2016
Age Groups: Age will be taken from 31 December, 2016
Zatopek10: *Men’s standard (29:45.00)/*Women’s standard (35:30.00)
The final field selected for both Men’s and Women’s events will be finalised by a selection panel with successful athletes notified by 5.00pm Friday 25th November 2016 and posted on the Athletics Victoria website.
All athletes will be required to enter online at www.athsvic.org.au and must be a current financial member of an Australian State/Territory Member Association or an International equivalent IAAF affiliated association/federation.
National Championship Entry Fee: $30 inc GST (athletes that are not selected in the final field will be refunded the entry fee).
State Championship Entry Fee: $20 inc GST (athletes that are not selected in the final field will be refunded the entry fee).
Selection Process (Zatopek Women’s and Men’s Event): –
The following selection process will apply: –
- Priority 1 – athletes that have achieved the qualifying time over 10,000m (track) at an official 10,000m track event on or after the 1st January 2014; then
- Priority 2 – athletes that have achieved the qualifying time in a 10km road event on a IAAF – AIMS certified road course; then
- Priority 3 – athletes that have not achieved the entry standard but have competed in a 10,000m or 5000m (track) event or a 10km or 5km IAAF-AIMS certified road event may be considered and offered an opportunity to compete in the absolute discretion of Athletics Victoria.
*Automatic selection to Australian National Championships via finishing in the TOP 3 in a State Championship will not apply to this event where an athlete has not achieved the entry standard
**As this event is a National Championships places in the final field will not be provided for pace runners
***Interstate or International athletes that require early confirmation of their entry to book flights and accommodation may request confirmation before the closing date by contacting Athletics Victoria CEO Glenn Turnor on email@example.com or by calling +61 3 8646 4500.
The following events will run concurrently with the Zatopek 10 Men’s and Women’s 10,000m: –
- Zatopek 10 (prizemoney) – first three placegetters across the line
- Australian National Championships – first three registered Australians in the event
- Victorian State Championship – first three registered Victorians in the event
Ondeicki Womens U20 3000m and de Castella Mens U20 3000m powered by Athletics Victoria and Flight Centre Business Travel
Athletes are invited to submit an entry via the AV online portal and the final field selected for both events will be determined in Athletics Victoria’s absolute discretion by 5.00pm Friday 25th November 2016. As a performance guide only Athletics Victoria will consider performances as follows:-
Women U20 (10:30.00)/Men U20 (8:50.00)
Entries close 11:59am Thursday 24th November 2016.
Interstate or International athletes that require early confirmation of their entry to book flights and accommodation may request confirmation before the closing date by contacting Athletics Victoria CEO Glenn Turnor on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +61 3 8646 4506.
Winners Prize (Womens U20 and Mens U20 event)
The Winner of the Ondeicki U20 Women’s 3000m and the de Castella U20 Men’s 3000m will received a $1000 Travel Voucher powered by Athletics Victoria and Flight Centre Business Travel to use for travel to interstate competitions.
For any travel related enquiries, please contact
Elle Raidal email@example.com or
Josh Grocke firstname.lastname@example.org 0434 503 564
Gary Honey Long Jump Challenge
The Gary Honey Long Jump Challenge will be open to six male and six female jumpers.
Athletes are required to enter their season’s best jumps when registering for this event.
The successful applicants will be notified once entries have closed.
Steve Hooker Pole Vault Team Challenge:
The ladies and gentlemen’s competitions will occur simultaneously, but in the separate pits on the D (ladies on the outside runway).
The winning pair is decided by adding each couple’s best heights. There will be no count back, so in the event of a tie, a jump off will occur in the usual way, but each pair will nominate one vaulter to take part (either the lady or the gentleman). The jump off start height will be the last height missed by the nominated vaulters.
Ladies, 3.00, 3.21, 3.36, 3.51, 3.66, 3.81, 3.96, 4.11, 4.26, 4.41, 4.56, 4.71 etc…
Gentlemen, 4.00, 4.26, 4.41, 4.56, 4.71, 4.86, 5.01, 5.16, 5.31, 5.46, etc…
This event is selection based. Teams will be chosen by Mark Stewart with athletes been notified of their selection.
Pole Vault Starting Heights:
Please note that Pole Vault will operate as a team competition and entries will be at the discretion of Athletics Victoria.
|6.30pm||1||Denise Boyd 100 Yards Women|
|6:35pm||2||Gary Honey Long Jump Challenge|
|6:40pm||3||David Baxter Memorial 100 Yards|
|6:50pm||4||Jamieson u/15 Girls 1500m|
|7:00pm||5||Hillardt u/15 Boys 1500m|
|7:10pm||6||Steve Hooker Pole Vault Challenge|
|7:15pm||7||Open Womens 1500m|
|7:25pm||8||Open Mens 800m|
|7:30pm||9||Ondieki u20 3000m Women|
|7:45pm||10||De Castella u20 3000m Men|
|8:00pm||11||Zatopek Womens 10,000m|
|8:40pm||12||Womens 4 x 400m Relay|
|8:45pm||13||Mens 4 x 400m Relay|
|8:55pm||14||Zatopek Mens 10,000m|
Questions: Please contact AV on email@example.com for more information.