Date: Saturday 6th January 2024
Location: Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park
Welcome to AV Throwers; a short and fast format competition all throwers! This event is coming up soon, and to make sure it all goes smoothly we’ve put together some simple steps for you to follow.
Prior to the event, please ensure you read the below information.
Athlete Check-In & Marshalling:
ALL Field athletes are assumed checked-in for their event.
Athletes MUST marshal at the event site 15 minutes before the scheduled start time.
Athletes who have a clash due to another field event or track event are to make officials aware in line with the above information.
All registered AV athletes will be required to wear their 2023/24 season bibs. Invitational Athletes who do not have current AV bibs will be able to collect a temporary set at administration located at the blue tent at the finish line.
Implement check-in will be available 1 hour before the scheduled start time of event. Implement check-in is located at the AV Tech Shed, underneath the northern grandstand at the entrance to Gate 1.
SHOE DECLARATION – National Permit Meets
As the A Field events are World Permit meets, Open & U20 athletes in these events are required to complete an AV online Shoe Declaration Form prior to their first HVC meet. Any State Record, National Record or International qualifying performance will not be ratified without a Shoe Declaration being submitted.
Athletes are to wear shoes that comply with the World Athletics Shoe Rule. For a current list of compliant shoes, please download the latest list: https://worldathletics.org/about-iaaf/documents/technical-information
All Open & U20 Athletes inclusive of Para athletes, attempting a State Record, National Record or International qualifier MUST complete a shoe declaration form prior to participation at a AV Throwers meet.
Please complete the online form HERE prior to the event!
Shot Put may use the grassed warm up area. Please take caution of fellow athletes and implements.
Shot Put & Hammer Throw
All athletes will receive 1 practice throw, at the start of competition, on the field of play. Followed by 6 attempts for all athletes. If time persists, more warm up throws will be granted.