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2022 ZATOPEK:10

2022 ZÁTOPEK:10

Date: Thursday, 15th December 2022

Entries: Now Open

Entries Close: Thursday 1 December 11:59am

Location: Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park, VIC 3206


Named after the renowned Czech distance runner Emil Zátopek, the ZÁTOPEK:10 is one of Australia’s most prestigious track races. On December 15, 2022 we will celebrate the 62nd edition of this event at the home of athletics in Melbourne, Lakeside Stadium.

Featuring the Australian Women’s and Men’s 10,000m Championships, this celebration of athletics is supported by the U20 Ondieki Women’s and U20 de Castella Men’s 3000m and Open Women and Men’s 1500m and 800m events.

Also on the night will be the Steve Hooker Pole Vault Challenge & the Gary Honey Long Jump Challenge where athletes will compete in teams of two to win the trophies.

To round out the evening there will also be the finals of the Athletics Victoria Open 4x400m relays and the Victorian All Schools 4x200m Relay Invitationals.

Tickets to this iconic event are available now.


Selection & Eligibility Policy

For athletes wishing to enter any of the events, please read the complete Selection & Eligibility Policy

The following information sets out some of the key information for all events, but please read the full selection policy via the button above.

Zátopek 10,000m

To be eligible for selection, athletes must have achieved the following entry standards:

EventEntry Standard
Women’s 10,000m35:30:00
Men’s 10,000m29:45:00

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 31st December 2021; then
  • Priority 2 – athletes that have achieved the qualifying time in a 10km road event on a WA – 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 WA-AIMS certified road event.

Automatic selection 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 Championship, 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 TTP Coordinator Tom Gamble at tom.gamble@athsvic.org.au

Open 1500m & 800m

Minimum age is 16 years- no exceptions. (Age will be determined as of 31st December 2022)

Entry to these events do not automatically guarantee a place in the final field and the final field will be determined at the discretion of Athletics Victoria.

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 TTP Coordinator Tom Gamble at tom.gamble@athsvic.org.au

U20 Ondieki & de Castella 3000m

The U20 Ondieki Women’s 3000m and U20 de Castella Men’s 3000m are invitational events.

Prize money for both Women’s 3000m and Men’s 3000m events will be powered by the Fred Lester Scholarship Fund.

  • 1st $1500
  • 2nd $1000
  • 3rd $500

Minimum age is 16 years- no exceptions (Age will be determined as of 31st December 2022).

If you are selected in the final field(s), you will be eligible for placings and records pending ratification.
Entry to these events do not automatically guarantee a place in the final field and the final field will be determined at the discretion of Athletics Victoria.

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 TTP Coordinator Tom Gamble at tom.gamble@athsvic.org.au

Steve Hooker Pole Vault & Gary Honey Long Jump Challenges

Athletes will be placed into teams of two – one male & one female.

Entry to these events do not automatically guarantee a place in the final field and the final field will be determined at the discretion of Athletics Victoria. Athletes must ensure they have met and event standards.

Athletics Victoria Open 4x400m Relay Finals

The finals of the Athletics Victoria Women’s & Men’s Open 4x400m Relay will be run on the evening of Zátopek:10.

Only teams who have qualified for the finals of these events will compete.

The preliminary rounds for these events will be conducted at the Athletics Victoria Track Relays Championships on Saturday 26th November at Box Hill.

Please refer to the Athletics Victoria Track Relays event page for the eligibility and team composition rules.

Victorian All Schools 4x200m Relay Invitationals

Entry into these events will be by invitation from Athletics Victoria.

The Top 8 Girls & Top 8 Boys point scoring schools will be invited to enter teams into these events.

Further invitations, if required will be at the discretion of Athletics Victoria.


Timetable


Important Information:

Entries Open Provisional TimetableEvent Entry Lists – Coming SoonResultsHubAV Rules and PoliciesAA Shoe Declaration
& Portal

If you have issues entering the event, please contact Athletics Victoria PRIOR to the closing date. This can be done via email to sportdelivery@athsvic.org.au. Athletics Victoria will not accept any late entries. Emails received after the closing date will not be accepted.

Victorian Track and Field Championships

Date: Friday 28 February – Sunday 1 & Saturday 7th – Sunday 8th March, 2020

Location: Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park (Melway Ref: 57 H3) (Google Maps)

Entry to Lakeside: Access to Lakeside Stadium is via Gate 1.

Gate Fees: There will be no gate fee for this competition.

If you have issues entering the event please contact Athletics Victoria PRIOR to the closing date at summer@athsvic.org.au or the Competitions Department on 8646 4500 and leave a message explaining the issues you are experiencing.

Late entries may be accepted but will be restricted to empty spots in events so as to not affect the timetable. No late entries will be accepted after 4pm Monday 24th of February. Late entries will be at a cost of $30 per event. Please contact the AV Sport Delivery team to confirm availability on 8646 4500 or via summer@athsvic.org.au.

NOTE: A draft timetable has been published. Following the closure of entries, AV will publish a provisional timetable with allocated provisional times.

Please Note: Athletes must be a member of Athletics Victoria or their state/national association in order to compete at State Championship events. Any athletes that enter and do not meet this criteria will be asked to become a member of their state association otherwise they will not be able to compete.

Enquiries

Any enquiries regarding the 2020 Victorian Track & Field Championships (Weekend 1) should be forwarded to summer@athsvic.org.au

Refunds

Event entries will be refunded in full, less a 10% administration fee (minimum $5) where;
– requests are received prior to the competition closing date and time
– requests received after the competition closing date and time must be accompanied by a current medical certificate before the first day of competition.

Requests are to be made via writing to summer@athsvic.org.au

2018/19 Victorian Milers Club – Meet 5

Established in 2005, The Victorian Milers club aims to foster and promote middle distance running amongst the Victorian athletics community. The VMC is a voluntary organisation which relies heavily on Victorian athletes and coaches to support and drive our meets. Each summer season, the club stage a number of event specific track meetings . These meetings provide the opportunity for registered athletes of all ability to compete in graded competition in events from 800m through to 5000m.

ZATOPEK 10 – 2017


General Information


Results

Date: Thursday 14th December 2017

Entries Close: 11:59am Thursday 30th November 2017

Age Groups: Age will be taken from 31 December, 2017

Zatopek10: *Men’s standard (29:45.00)/*Women’s standard (35:30.00)

 

Entry Standards – Zatopek Women’s and Men’s 10,000m

To be eligible for selection, athletes must have achieved the following entry standards.

Men’s                   10,000m                                            29.45

Women’s             10,000m                                            35.30

Entry Process –

To enter, click the ENTER NOW button at the top of this page. Entries will close 11.59am (midday) Thursday 30th November 2017.

Please note – your entry will not automatically guarantee you a place in either event.

Athletes selected in the final fields for both Men’s and Women’s events will be emailed by 5.00pm Friday 1st December 2017 and the entry list posted on the Athletics Victoria website.

All athletes will be required to enter online via the Athletics Victoria Portal and must be a current financial member of an Australian State/Territory Member Association or an International equivalent IAAF affiliated Association/Federation.

Entry Fee:      $30 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 2016; 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.

*Automatic selection 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 Championship 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 glenn@athsvic.org.au or by calling +61 3 8646 4506.

*Athletics Victoria and Athletics Australia will determine the final field in their absolute discretion.

Event Status

The following events will run concurrently with the Zatopek 10 Men’s and Women’s 10,000m: –

  • Zatopek 10 (prizemoney) – first three placegetters
  • Australian National Championships – first three registered Australians in the event
  • Victorian State Championship – first three registered Victorians in the event

Ondeicki U 20 Women’s 3000m & de Castella U 20 Men’s 3000m

Athletes are invited to submit an entry via the AV online portal. The final field selected for both events will be determined in Athletics Victoria absolute discretion by 5.00pm Friday 1st December 2017 based on the number of entries and the performances of athletes.

Entries close 12.00pm (midday) Thursday 30th November 2017.

Interstate or International athletes that require early confirmation of their entry to book flights and accommodation can request confirmation before the closing date by contacting Athletics Victoria CEO Glenn Turnor on glenn@athsvic.org.au or by calling +61 3 8646 4506.

Interstate athletes should not book flights or accommodation until your entry is confirmed. Athletics Victoria will not be responsible for any costs incurred where confirmation of entry as set out above has not occurred.

Please note – your entry will not automatically guarantee you a place in either event.

Open Men & Women 4x400m Relay Championship

Teams that have progressed to the final of the Open Men & Women 4x400m final from the 2017 Victorian Track Relay Championships do not need to re-enter this competition. Their details will be transferred across. Please Note: As this is race is part of the Victorian Track Relay Championships, competition rules will be the same. Athletes must have been registered by midnight Wednesday 8 November, 2017 in order to compete.

Substitute forms can be found by clicking here. Running order must remain the same as per the Substitute Form ruling.

Start Lists can be found by clicking here. Teams have been seeded based on Place & Time progression from their heats.

Invitational Open Women’s 1500m and Open Men’s 1500m

Athletes are invited to submit an entry via the AV online portal. The final field selected for both events will be determined in AV’s absolute discretion by 5.00pm Friday 1st December 2017 based on the number of entries and the performances of athletes.

Entries close 12.00pm (midday) Thursday 30th November 2017.

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 glenn@athsvic.org.au or by calling +61 3 8646 4506.

 Please note – your entry will not automatically guarantee you a place in either event.

 

Invitational Open Men’s Shot Put

With a maximum of eight (8) places available, athletes are invited to submit an enter via the AV online portal. The final field selected for both events will be determined and published by 5.00pm Friday 1st December 2017.

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 glenn@athsvic.org.au or by calling +61 3 8646 4506.

 Please note – your entry will not automatically guarantee you a place in the event.

Preference will be given to the Top 8 ranked males.

Entries close 12.00pm (midday) Thursday 30th November 2017.

 

Denise Boyd 100 Yards and David Baxter 100 Yards (Victorian Open State Championships)

With a maximum of ten (10) in each event, athletes are invited to enter via the AV online portal. The final fields for both events will be determined and published by 5.00pm Friday 1st December 2017.

 

Gary Honey Long Jump Challenge

Rules

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

 

Rules

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.

Start Heights

Around 3.20 for the ladies and 4.20 for the gentlemen.

Start List

Once the start lists are finalised, the highest ranked lady will be paired with lowest ranked Gentlemen, etc… Generally the 2017 ranking lists will be used to rank the vaulters.

 As each couple needs to wear the same colour outfit; so you need to contact your partner to discuss attire. This is not fancy dress (it is a serious competition named after Victoria’s most famous pole vaulter) but we want vaulters to look good. Once you have decided on your colour contact Mark Stewart, as we need all couples in different colours. First in best dressed.

 Past Winners

2014 Phillipa Hajdasz & Cameron Sherry with 8.20m in green.

2015 Alana Boyd & Lachlan Burns 8.37 in white.

2016 Annabelle Anderson & Max Mishchenko with 8.00m in orange.

2017 ? & ? with ? in ?

Upcoming Events

Please see below dates for our upcoming events

AV Country Track & Field Championships – Ballarat

Friday 26th – Sunday 28th of January 2018

AV Junior and Para Track & Field Championships – Lakeside Stadium

Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th of February 2018

AV Open and Para Track & Field Championships – Lakeside Stadium

Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th of March 2018

More information to come soon. Stay tuned to the AV website.

Venue Information

First Aid

St Johns Ambulance will be on site throughout the event.

Toilet facilities

There are toilet facilities open around Lakeside stadium.

Car Parking

Car parking is available within lakeside stadium car parking and MSAC parking facilities.

Looking after Lakeside Stadium

We are very grateful for the opportunity to compete at Lakeside Stadium.

  • Park only in designated parking bays
  • Take home all rubbish so that we leave the venue as we found it.
  • Do not litter any rubbish. Please use bins provided.
  • Make sure your athletes leave the toilet blocks in a respectable state

Event Timetable

Zatopek 10 : 2017 Draft Timetable (as @ 12th October 2017)

Timetable may be subject to change

 

# denotes Victorian State Championship Event

* denotes National Championship Event

^ Invitational event for Open athletes

6.30pm 1 David Baxter Memorial 100 Yards Men Heats #
6.40pm 2 Denise Boyd 100 Yards Women #
6.45pm 3 Gary Honey Long Jump Challenge
6.48pm 4 Vic Schools Open Girls 4 x 100m Challenge
6.53pm 5 Vic Schools Open Boys 4 x 100m Challenge
6.55pm 6 Open Mens Shot Put ^
7.00pm 7 Womens Open 4 x 400m Relay  #
7.07pm 8 Mens Open 4 x 400m Relay #
7.10pm 9 Steve Hooker Pole Vault Challenge
7.30pm 1 David Baxter Memorial 100 Yards Men Final^
7.37pm 10 Open Womens 1500m ^
7.45pm 11 Open Mens 1500m ^
7.55pm 12 Ondeicki u20 3000m Women
8.15pm 13 Zatopek Womens 10,000m *#
8.55pm 14 De Castella u20 3000m Men
9.15pm 15 Zatopek Mens 10,000m *#


2018 Victorian Nitro Schools Challenge

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General Information

Nitro Schools Challenge is here and you are invited!

Based on the international success of Nitro Athletics, the 2018 Victorian Nitro Schools Challenge kicks off here in Melbourne in September.

Three age groups will see larger size teams compete in the first Victorian Nitro Schools Challenge with events that will require teams to work together in this unique nationwide competition. Teams will compete across a variety of track and field events.


Results

Team Scores

Date:  10:00am Thursday 13th September 2018

Location: Lakeside Stadium, 31-33 Aughtie Drive Albert Park

Entry: Gate 1 Entry North Stand

Entries close at 11:59am Thursday 6th September 2018 – No late or on the day entries will be accepted.

If you have issues entering the event please contact Athletics Victoria PRIOR to the closing date at summer@athsvic.org.au or the Competitions Department on 8646 4512/8646 4526 and leave a message explaining the issues you are experiencing. Athletics Victoria will not accept any late entries and emails received after the closing date will not be accepted.

NOTE: Please be aware that following the closure of entries, AV will publish a provisional timetable with allocated provisional times.

 


How To Enter

Only Schools can enter this competition. If your school does not have an AV School Portal and would like to register your school to compete in an All Schools Competition, please call the Membership Department at Athletics Victoria on 03 8646 4500.

Entries close at 12:00pm (midday) Monday 3rd September – No late or on the day entries will be accepted.

If you have issues entering the event please contact Athletics Victoria PRIOR to the closing date at summer@athsvic.org.au or the Competitions Department on 8646 4512/8646 4526 and leave a message explaining the issues you are experiencing. Athletics Victoria will not accept any late entries and emails received after the closing date will not be accepted.

Step 1

Click the ENTER NOW button on this page

Step 2

Login using your school’s administrator username and password. If you have forgotten your username and password or if you would like to register your school to compete in an All Schools Competition, please call the Membership Department at Athletics Victoria on 03 8646 4500.

Step 3

Once you’re logged into your school’s portal, click on the ‘Events’ tab. Find the event called ‘2018 Victorian Nitro Schools Challenge’, then click the ‘Register As’ button. When the drop menu appears click on ‘Register As School’.

Step 4

Enter in the number of teams you would like within a specific age group and event, then click ‘Register’. A pop up will confirm your order has been successfully added to your cart at the top left of the screen. Once you’ve entered all your teams and chosen events, click on your cart which will show all the events you have entered. Now you can proceed to the check out and follow the payment options. You may pay by credit card or request an invoice. This will complete your registration process.

Closer to the event there will be information sent to you regarding event timetables, what you need to prepare and do on the day.

Click here for How to Guide to enter


Competition Information

Competition Rules

Information about the Victorian Nitro Schools Challenge can be found here and Competition Rules can be found here

Provisional Timetable

A provisional timetable for the 2018 Victorian Nitro Schools Challenge can be found here

Note: the featured timetable is a ‘DRAFT’ and for reference only. Due to the complexity of scheduling both track and field events, once entries close a revised ‘PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE’ will be published which will provide an up to date schedule of events and timings. The ‘Provisional Timetable’ should be used over and above the ‘Draft’ version. Athletics Victoria will notify all entrants via email and social media of changes to the timetable before the event commences. It is the responsibility of athletes, parents or coaches to check the timetable online 24 hours before competition, if you are unsure of the most up to date timetable, please do not hesitate to contact Athletics Victoria on 03 86464500.

Team Entry Forms

Please remember to send in your Team Confirmation Forms by 12pm (midday) Tuesday 11th September to summer@athsvic.org.au. This will allow our Administration Team to add in your team athlete names so they can be loaded into the event day meet manager system for results.  To download the Team Confirmation Form, click here

Team managers are still required to sign in 1 hour prior to the events.

Substitution Forms

Any substitutions that are required during the event can be made out filling out this form and lodging it 45 minutes prior to each event (relay running order cannot be changed) to Administration (located upstairs on Level 1 in the Main Grandstand).

Call Room

There is no call room for this event. Athletes must marshal in the event area at least ten (10) minutes prior to the event start time and listen to announcements broadcast over the PA for any changes

Nitro Schools Challenge Teams and Event Information * Please download and read the complete competition rules above

  • Age will be determined as at the 31st December 2018
  • Each competitor may only compete in one Division during the competition.
  • A competitor cannot change Divisions once competition has commenced

*For individual track & field events listed above (except relays), only one representative from each team will compete in each event.

 

Prior to the start of the competition, athletes are to nominate which three heights they wish to attempt to clear from the below heights:


Venue Information

Catering

Lakeside Stadium will have their Kiosk open which provides food, drinks and coffees.

First Aid

St Johns Ambulance will be on site throughout the day. They will be in the player runway which is located halfway down home straight.

Toilet Facilities

There are toilet facilities open around Lakeside stadium.

Car Parking

Car parking is available within lakeside stadium car parking and MSAC parking facilities.

Looking after Lakeside Stadium

We are very grateful for the opportunity to compete at Lakeside Stadium.

  • Park only in designated parking bays
  • Take home all rubbish so that we leave the venue as we found it.
  • Do not litter any rubbish. Please use bins provided.
  • Make sure your athletes leave the toilet blocks in a respectable state.


School Representatives

School Duties

Your school will be assigned various duties to enable the event to run successfully. Athletics Victoria will allocate roles for all helpers and share this information with your primary sports contact prior to the event. It is compulsory for your school to assist with your designated tasks on event day.

Please advise your helpers to report to the Cathy Freeman Room here at Lakeside approximately 15 minutes prior to their rostered shift. This will allow them to sign in, collect their required gear and make their way out to their post.

Please contact Craig Morrow (craig@athsvic.org.au) if you have any further questions or queries.


Victorian U20 & Open 5000m Championships

Date: Tuesday 7th December 2021

Entries Closed

Location: Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park, VIC 3206

The Victorian 5000m Championships is highly popular event on the Athletics Victoria calendar and is often the breeding ground for some of Victoria’s strongest middle distance athletes

Covid Check-In: All attendees will need to check-in to Lakeside Stadium via the Victorian Services app. If you do not have the Victorian Services app a manual check-in sheet will be available.

Athlete event check-in: Athlete Check-In will open at 5pm.  All athletes are required to check in at least 30 minutes prior to their event and, if necessary, collect their bib numbers.

Note:  if you do not check in by this time you will be scratched from your race. If you believe you will be running late for Check-In, please call or sms Athletics Victoria on the following number 0447 202 160 – calls will not be accepted after your check-in time has closed.

Shoe Requirements: At Lakeside Stadium, spikes must not exceed 7mm for track events. Conical, Pyramid and Christmas tree (compression tier) spikes are permitted. Needle or pin spikes are not permitted.

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: World Athletics Shoe Compliance List (as at 12 November 2021)

Lap Scorers: All athletes are required to provide their own lap scorer for this event. Lap scorers can be a friend, parent, partner or fellow athlete not competing in the same race.

*Please note that this event and its offerings are subject to change in alignment with advice from the Victorian Government


Important Information:

Entry List (as at 2/12/21)Provisional Timetable (as at 2/12/21)Championship Rules (as at 18/08/21)World Athletics Shoe ListResultsHubAV Rules and PoliciesDHHS Guidelines for Sport and Exercise

If you have issues entering the event please contact Athletics Victoria PRIOR to the closing date. This can be done via email to sportdelivery@athsvic.org.au. Athletics Victoria will not accept any late entries. Emails received after the closing date will not be accepted.

NOTE: Please be aware that following the closure of entries, AV will publish a provisional timetable which will take the place of the Draft Timetable.

2018 Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships


General Information


Results
 
School Scores

The 2018 Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships provides schools throughout Victoria with the opportunity for students to compete in a variety of thrilling relay events promoting team spirit and participation in an engaging and exciting atmosphere.

Date:  First event commences 12:30pm Wednesday 5th September 2018

Location: Lakeside Stadium, 31-33 Aughtie Drive Albert Park

Entry: Gate 1 Entry North Stand

Entries close strictly at 11:59am Monday 27th August 2018 – to avoid disappointment, enter before this deadline.  Late or on the day entries will not be accepted.

If you are experiencing any issues entering the event, please contact Athletics Victoria prior to the closing date either via email: summer@athsvic.org.au or via phone to the Competitions Department on 03 8646 4512 or 03 8646 4526.  Athletics Victoria will not accept any late entries after the closing date.

Note: following the closure of entries, Athletics Victoria will publish a provisional timetable with allocated provisional times.

Upcoming School Events

Please see below dates for our upcoming All Schools Carnival events.

Thursday 13th September 2018

2018 Victorian Schools Nitro Challenge – Lakeside Stadium

Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th November 2018

2018 Victorian All Track and Field Championships* – Lakeside Stadium

*Students may enter themselves within the All Schools Track and Field Championships.  If they do not have a profile, they may create a new one and list their school in the registration process to enter.


How To Enter

Only Schools can enter this competition.  If your School does not have an AV School Portal and would like to register to compete in the 2018 Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships, please call the Membership Department at Athletics Victoria on 03 8646 4500.

Entries close strictly at 11:59am, Monday 27th August 2018 – to avoid disappointment, enter before this deadline.  Late or on the day entries will not be accepted.

If you are experiencing any issues entering the event, please contact Athletics Victoria prior to the closing date either via email: summer@athsvic.org.au or via phone to the Competitions Department on 03 8646 4512 or 03 8646 4526.  Athletics Victoria will not accept any late entries after the closing date.

Step 1

Click the ENTER NOW button on this page

Step 2

Log onto your School’s portal using your school’s administrator username and password.

If you have forgotten your School’s username and password, or if you would like to register your School to compete at the 2018 Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships, please call Athletics Victoria and request the Membership Team on 03 8646 4500.

Step 3

Once you’ve logged into your School’s portal, proceed to the Events tab and click into it.  Locate the event called 2018 Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships, then click the Register button.  When the drop-down menu appears click on Register as School.

Step 4

Enter in the number of teams you like within a specific age group and event, then click Register.

A pop up will confirm your order has been successfully added to your cart at the top left of the screen.  Once you’ve entered all your teams and chosen events, click on your cart which will show all the events have you entered.  You can now proceed to the check out and follow the payment options.  You may pay by credit card or request an invoice.  This will complete your registration process.

Stay tuned for more AV emails as there will be information sent to you regarding the event, what you need to prepare and what to do on the day.

Click here for a How to Guide to enter


Competition Information

Events

Below are the events that will be held on the day.

4x100m Relay 4x400m Relay 4x800m Relay Medley Relay (200m/200m/400m/800m)
All Age Groups U16, U18 & U20 U16 & U20 All Age Groups

Competition Rules

Rules of competitions for the 2018 Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships can be located here

Draft Timetable

A draft timetable for the 2018 Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships can be found here

Note: the featured timetable is a ‘DRAFT’ and for reference only. Due to the complexity of scheduling track events, once entries close a revised ‘PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE’ will be published which will provide an up to date schedule of events and timings. The ‘Provisional Timetable’ should be used over and above the ‘Draft’ version. Athletics Victoria will notify all entrants via email and social media of changes to the timetable before the event commences. It is the responsibility of athletes, parents or coaches to check the timetable online 24 hours before competition, if you are unsure of the most up to date timetable, please do not hesitate to contact Athletics Victoria on 03 86464500.

Check In Team Forms

Please remember to send in your teams’ Check In Forms by 12 pm Monday 3rd September 2018.  This allows for the Administration Team to add your team athlete names into the Meet Manager system for results.

Teams may bring their forms on the day but must be lodged 90 minutes prior to the first event of the day.  To download the Check In Form, click here

Substitutions

Any substitutions that are required during the event can be made filling out this form and lodging it 45 minutes prior to each event (the running order cannot be changed) to Administration (located upstairs on Level 1 in the Main Grandstand).

Call Room

The Call Room will be located on the decking in the Main Grandstand on Level 1.  Please ensure your students listen and follow all instructions provide by our Victorian Officials at all times, as they will be organising and directing them to their specific starting lines.

All teams must be at the Call Room 25 minutes prior to their event.  A Call Room Schedule will be uploaded on the Athletics Victoria once the final timetable is confirmed.


Venue Information

Catering

Lakeside Stadium will have their Kiosk open which provides food and hot and cold beverages.

First Aid

St Johns Ambulance will be on site throughout the day.  They will be in the player runaway which is located halfway down the home straight.

Toilet Facilities

There are toilet facilities open around Lakeside Stadium.

Car Parking

Car parking is available around Lakeside Stadium, and MSAC.  Please take note of parking fees.

Looking After Lakeside Stadium

We are very grateful for the opportunity to compete at Lakeside Stadium.  Please ensure you:

  • Park only in designated parking bays
  • Leave the venue as you found it – clean and tidy
  • Do not litter, and use the bins provided
  • Inform athletes to leave the toilet blocks in a respectable state


School Representatives

School Duties

Your School will be assigned various duties to enable the event to run successfully.  Athletics Victoria will allocate roles for all helpers and share this information with your primary sports contact prior to the event.  It is compulsory for your School to assist with the designated tasks on event day.

Please advise your helpers to report to the Cathy Freeman Room at Lakeside Stadium approximately 15 minutes prior to their rostered shift.  This will allow them to sign in, collect their required gear, and to make their way out to their post.

Please contact Andrea Hallett (andrea@athsvic.org.au) if you have any further questions or queries.


Level 2 Intermediate Club Coach Course

Course and Resources Fee – $330

8:30am – 5:30pm both days

Pre requisite for this course is Level 1 Community Athletic Coach.

The Level 2 Intermediate Club Coach Course is the next step on from Level 1 Community Athletics Coach course.  It is designed to develop fundamental skills and drills, and understanding of the basic technical models for the events required for participation in athletics at club and school competition. The event groups covered include:

• Sprints & relays
• Hurdles
• Middle & Long Distance up to 5000m – excluding steeple chase
• Jumps – excluding pole vault
• Throws – excluding hammer
• Race-walking

In addition the course introduces you to the next level of session planning and programming, as well as the principles of training.

All participants must complete the online module prior to the practical component of the course, login to the online learning portal can be found here. Set up an account and password and complete PBTR Child Protection and Discrimination & Harassment 

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