2017 Victorian All Schools Cross Country Relay Championships
When: Saturday 29 April, 2017
Entries Close: 12pm (midday) Monday 24th April, 2017
Where: Jells Park North
A school based event that provides students ranging from under 14 through under 20 the opportunity to race in a relay based competition against schools from around Victoria. One of Athletics Victoria’s three major winter school competitions, this event continues to be a popular way to start the winter season, with school teams rising to just under 300 in 2016.
The Jells Park course provides a great opportunity for students of all abilities to compete in a fun and friendly environment.
2017 Victorian All Schools Road Relay Championships
When: Saturday 20 May, 2017
Entries Close: 12pm (midday) Monday 8 May, 2017
Where: Albert Park
A school team based relay event located close to Albert Park lake, with the back drop of the Formula 1 pit lanes. This competition offers students an exciting opportunity to compete with classmates in the hustle of relay running and change overs.
The event generates a great vibe and inclusive atmosphere, with a wide mix of schools from all over Victoria involved.
The 2017 Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships is the selection trial to represent Victoria at the 2017 Australian Cross Country Championships in Wollongong, NSW.
This event provides students the opportunity to take on the best Victoria has to offer and claim the honor of being Victoria’s best cross country runners.
Note: Under 20 athletes who no longer attend school and wish to compete at Bundoora will need to enter the XCR’17 Rd 4 event individually via the event page. Bundoora Park is not offered as part of the XCR Package in 2017.
When: Thursday 14 September 2017 Where: Lakeside Stadium Time: From 10.00am
Entries Close: 11:59pm Monday 4 September 2017 – No late or on day entries will be accepted.
It’s school against school in an exciting, team-based athletics event as School Knockout returns for 2017!
This unique, nationwide competition pits teams of five to nine athletes against each other across three age groups. The performance-based scoring system allocated points for fixed time or distance standards. This allows teams to go head-to-head across various events where every centimetre and split second for every team member counts!
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Entries Close: 11:59pm Monday 23 October 2017 – No late or on day entries will be accepted.
The Victorian All Schools Track and Field Championships provides competition for athletes from under 14 to under 20 age groups to compete against the states best and achieve selection for the 2017 Australian All Schools Championships.