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2018 School Carnival Season

Athletics NSW prides its self in the service of qualified officials to assist at school athletics carnivals. ANSW can provide a number of officials, along with equipment and timing technology. No event is too large or small. 

Athletics NSW can provide qualified officials to assist your carnival throughout the season in a variety of areas, including starters, umpires on the track, judges on the field and in technical areas such as the preparation of databases pre-competition (on HyTek T&F Meet Manager), results on the day, photo-finish timing systems, and scoreboard operation (SOPAC only).  Electronic Distance Measurement (EDM) is available to assist field events.

Additionally, any requests for equipment at ES Marks Athletics Field need to be submitted to Athletics NSW separate from the officials booking form.

ANSW has recently added the ability to host full/track/field permit carnivals at Sydney Olympic Park. Qualifying for permit status enables your student athletes to record performances that will allow them to qualify for national and international competitions. Another added benefit is that results will also be eligible for state and national records. In order for a carnival to be awarded permit status, certain requirements must be met. If you select to host a permit carnival, it will be our main priority with no other carnivals in the area using our officials that day. For more information on hosting a permit carnival please click here. Please note that if you wish to book a permit carnival, it needs to be submitted to ANSW by the 15th of March and it must also be held at the Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre. Please complete the 2018 booking form, and select the relevant options for a permit carnival.

Whilst we cannot guarantee the availability of officials or equipment for every request, we will endeavour to assist each school with their request. 

To request support from Athletics New South Wales and for more information, please read and complete the following forms and return to Ashleigh Crook at ashleighcrook@nswathletics.org.au.  ANSW will confirm the booking request once the form has been submitted.

As we are looking to continually improve the services we provide, a satisfaction survey has been developed. If you are interested in providing ANSW with feedback on your 2018 carnival experience, please click here.

Athletics NSW Carnival Permit Status

ANSW PERMIT STATUS SCHOOL CARNIVALS

With Athletics NSW being the governing body for athletics in NSW, it is also the controlling body for granting permit status for competitions. By Athletics NSW granting your carnival with permit status, it enables your student athletes to record performances that will allow them to qualify for national and international competitions. Another added benefit is that results will also be eligible for state and national records. Permit carnivals will also have exclusive access to the NSW Officials, meaning that your carnival will be our main priority on the specified date.

In order for a competition to be awarded permit status, requirements must be met. Permit status is categorised into three levels;

Full Permit – Both track and field requirements are met and all competition results can be used to achieve national and international qualifying standards. State and national records can also be recognised.

Track Permit – Track requirements are met and all competition track results can be used to achieve national and international qualifying standards. State and national track records can also be recognised.

Field Permit – Field requirements are met and all competition track results can be used to achieve national and international qualifying standards. State and national field records can also be recognised.

Full Permit requirements:
• Competition venue – Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre (Booked separately through SOPAC)
• A Competition Director appointed to ensure that the competition runs to IAAF standard.
• Full complement of officials rostered to relevant positions.
• Photo finish utilised for all track events
• EDM utilised for all field throwing events
• Hy-Tek Meet Manager used to produce track and field start sheets. Meet Manager will also be used to record and publish results. Database needs to be setup prior to the day of competition. A template will be sent to the school to populate with student athlete details. This needs to be provided to Athletics NSW at least 3 days in advance of the scheduled competition date.

Permit cost: $7500

Track Permit Requirements:
• Competition venue – Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre (Booked separately through SOPAC)
• A Competition Director appointed to ensure that the competition runs to IAAF standard.
• Full complement of track officials rostered to relevant positions.
• Photo finish utilised for all track events
• Hy-Tek Meet Manager used to produce track start sheets. Meet Manager will also be used to record and publish results. Database needs to be setup prior to the day of competition. A template will be sent to the school to populate with student athlete details. This needs to be provided to Athletics NSW at least 3 days in advance of the scheduled competition date.

Permit cost $4500 (Note: this does not include the cost of field officials that may be requested by the school. Field officials are booked separately to the Track Permit).

Field Permit Requirements:
• Competition venue – Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre (Booked separately through SOPAC)
• A Competition Director appointed to ensure that the competition runs to IAAF standard.
• Full complement of field officials rostered to relevant positions.
• EDM utilised for all field throwing events
• Hy-Tek Meet Manager used to produce field start sheet. Meet Manager will also be used to record and publish results. Database needs to be setup prior to the day of competition. A template will be sent to the school to populate with student athlete details. This needs to be provided to Athletics NSW at least 3 days in advance of the scheduled competition date.

Permit cost $3700 (Note: this does not include the cost of track officials or track technology that may be requested by the school. Track officials are booked separately to the Field Permit).

Applications for Permit Status must be submitted to Athletics NSW by the 15th of March 2018. Athletics NSW will provide confirmation of the permit within 10 business days after receiving that application.

For any further information please email ashleighcrook@nswathletics.org.au

Approved Permit Status Carnivals

Carnivals listed below have been approved for Permit Status. Athletes competing at these carnivals are eligible to break state and national records, as well as utilising performances to qualify for national events. 

22 September 2018
AAGPS Athletics Championships



 

nsw all schools championships

Thursday, September 27th - Sunday, September 30th, 2018

Over 1700 secondary school athletes will converge on Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre from the 27th-30th September for the 2018 2XU NSW All Schools Track & Field Championships; the state championships for secondary school athletes.

Open to all secondary school students across NSW, this year's edition of the All Schools Championships will be the biggest and best one yet!

To find out more about the event, please click here! 

 

 

Hunter NITRO SCHOOLS challenge

Friday, August 10th, 2018 (10:30am-3:30pm)

The Hunter Nitro Schools Challenge - a rebranded, revamped, and revitalised schools-based athletics event based on the success of Nitro athletics - will be the most exciting brand of school athletics team-based competition yet!

All secondary schools in Greater Hunter Region are invited to enter as many teams as they wish into this year's Hunter Schools Nitro Challenge, which is to be held the famous "Blue Track" of the Fearnley Dawes Athletic Centre.

To find out more about the Hunter Nitro Schools Challenge, and to register your school's teams for the event, please click here!

sydney NITRO SCHOOLS challenge

Friday, August 31st, 2018 (4:00pm-9:30pm)

The Sydney Nitro Schools Challenge - a rebranded, revamped, and revitalised schools-based athletics event based on the success of Nitro athletics - will be the most exciting brand of school athletics team-based competition yet!

All secondary schools in New South Wales are invited to enter as many teams as they wish into this year's Sydney Schools Nitro Challenge, which is to be held of the home of athletics, the Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre.

To find out more about the event, and to register your school's teams to compete, please click here!

nsw schools relay championships

Friday, August 24th, 2018 (5:00pm-7:30pm)


The NSW School Relays returns for another year to bring together schools from all sectors to compete in relay events across all of the disciplines. All place getting teams will receive a medal, and winners of each event will lay claim to the NSW School’s Relay title!

 

There are 3 age groups U/15, U/17 and OPEN and each school can enter as many teams as they like in each event.

To find out more about the NSW School Relays, and to register your school's teams, please click here!

Permits

This is for schools