The Winter Track & Field Series is designed for athletes of all ages and abilities to have a "hit-out" in a pressure-free, fun environment in traditional and untraditional track and field events.
This event will be a non-permit meet - performances will not be recognised as national or international qualifiers, and state and national records cannot be set at this meet.
Campbelltown Athletics Centre
Track - 60m, 150m, 300m, 1000m Time Trial, Men's 100m Invitational (pre-departure event)
Field Events - Hammer Throw, Shot Put, Aggregate Long Jump, Scissors-Only High Jump, Invitational Men's Discus Throw (pre-departure event)
Please click here for a copy of the final timetable (as of 25th May, 2018)
Please click here for a copy of the start lists for all track and field events (as of 25th May, 2018)
Online entries have now closed. On the day entries will be available (please register at least one (1) hour prior to your first event.
On-the-day entries will be available for $15 cash (Members) and $20 cash (Non-Members).
Athletics NSW Members and Dual Members will be required to wear their senior Athletics NSW Club Uniform, and their competition numbers on the front and back (except athletes in jumps events).
Little Athletics NSW Members will be allowed to wear their Little Athletics NSW centre uniform.
Non-Members are permitted to wear predominantly black or white clothing, without any obvious branding.
Rules for Scissors-only High Jump
Completed as a regular high jump competition but only the scissors technique will be allowed to be used by the athletes in this competition.
Rules for Aggregate Long Jump
This Long Jump Competition will be performed over 4 rounds, with the total distance over the 4 rounds from each athlete added together to give a total distance. This is how the final results will be compiled.
Each round will be a little different, as each round will have a specific starting point. The 4 starting points are as follows:
Round 1: Standing long jump
Athletes will start from the point where the run up meets the sand pit and perform a 2 legged jump into the pit. No part of the athlete's foot may hang over the runway. The jump will be measured from the edge of the runway to the next closest from where the athlete lands.
Round 2: 5-metre run up
Athletes will all start from the same run up point which will be measured and marked with tape across the runway prior to the commencement of the competition. This distance will be measured from the edge of the pit backwards up the runway.
The take-off point will be where the run up meets the sand pit. The athletes jump will be measure from the edge of the runway, to the point where they land in the pit as per normal long jump rules.
Round 3: 10m run up
Round 4: 20m run up
The competition will end after all athletes have completed their 4 rounds. Once all rounds have been completed, the four measurements will be added together each athlete’s attempts to find the final result.
A foul will only be given when an athlete takes off from the sand in any of the rounds. All attempts must be taken from the runway.