Please be advised that due to the current restrictions still in place across Regional Victoria and Metropolitan Melbourne (as of 17 June), Athletics Victoria has decided to reschedule the 12km individual round at Cruden Farm from Saturday 26 June to Saturday 10 July 2021.
This change means that, unfortunately, the Sandown Relays will be cancelled. The 12km individual round will replace the relays on the XCR calendar. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused and offer reassurances that we continue to work with the necessary authorities to provide opportunities in the future.
The change of date for this event (from Saturday 26 June to Saturday 10 July 2021) will mean there is a long layoff since Lardner Park. Therefore, we will be offering an invitational non-XCR scoring 8km event at Cruden Farm, also on Saturday 10 July 2021, for Open Men and Women, W40, M40 and M50+, in addition to the previously scheduled events, you can view that program here.
If you have purchased an XCR or Max package and wish to participate in the 8km invitational event please email email@example.com.
Entries for all events will be open from 5.00pm Monday 21 June 2021.
You can enter, here: https://athsvic.org.au/xcr_2021/
You can view the current restrictions provided by the Victorian Government on Wednesday, 17 June 2021 for both Metropolitan and Regional Victoria.
- – From 11:59 pm on Thursday 17 June 2021, if you live in metropolitan Melbourne:
- – Community sport can resume for all ages, both training and competition.
- – Contact and non-contact sport can resume with the minimum amount of people needed for the activity. –
- – Spectators are not permitted in metropolitan Melbourne unless to supervise dependants.
- – A maximum venue capacity of 150 patrons applies, with no more than 50 patrons indoors and a density quotient of 1 person per 4 sqm.
- – Outdoor physical recreation and sport venues are exempt from a venue cap if 100m distance can be maintained between groups (e.g. golf). A maximum group size of 20 people applies.
- – If a facility is used exclusively for community sport, the outdoor cap can increase to 1,000 patrons and up to 50 patrons indoors.
- – From 11:59 pm on Thursday 17 June 2021, if you live in regional Victoria.
- – You can travel between regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne for community sport or exercise.
- – Outdoor community sport can continue and is capped at 1000 people per outdoor space, subject to the 1 person per 4sqm rule.
- – Indoor community sport is capped at 300 people per indoor space, subject to the 1 person per 4 sqm rule.
- – Spectators are allowed and required to comply with the indoor and outdoor space limits.
- – Physical recreation facilities such as gyms are open subject to the 4 sqm rule and up to 300 patrons per indoor space, and 1,000 patrons per outdoor space (excluding staff). A maximum group size of 50 people applies.
- – Equipment must be cleaned between uses.
Please remember that Event Organisers must provide a COVIDsafe Plan, in advance of training and competition, to Athletics Victoria via emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
These plans must include track and trace processes and mandatory COVIDsafe practices outlined by the Victorian Government. Organisers must also seek approval from the local council if the venue/facility is council-owned/managed.
We will provide information shortly in regards to club helpers and allocation of duties due to this change in events.
If you are feeling unwell, please get tested and stay at home.
Many thanks for your continued support.
The AV Team.