Meet responsibilities are as shown on the Responsibility List
Events, in order, include:
Long Jump (enter as individuals, judging based on combination of best efforts; two individuals per team)
Shot Put (same as Long Jump)
High Jump (not held)
and Shot Put: Coaches are
responsible for submittal of a list of their competitors to the event
coordinator at the time of the Coaches' Meeting. Competition will
run continuously from the start of the meet until the end of the Senior
Girl 4 X 100 relay. Active competitors (individuals with at least one
recorded jump including fouls) may complete their remaining jumps, but no
new competitors will be allowed.
individual cannot compete in more than three events
will be run in sections with times dictating winning teams. Medals will be
awarded to the first
three places in each event.
The marshaling area will be located in the center of the field near the finish line. All athletes should listen for the announcement of events and report to the marshaling area promptly. Seeding cards will not be required but multiple entries from individual teams should be identified as "A team", "B team", etc. PLEASE - all relay team members must know which team they are on and which leg of the relay they are to run (stick-on labels attached to competitors shirts showing this information are highly recommended)
|The marshaling area, starting line area, and long jump area MUST BE KEPT CLEAR of team members not being lined up, non-competitors, parents, and other spectators - thatís what the bleachers are for. All coaches are expected to assist in enforcing compliance - No coach is expected to be part of the problem!|
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS - RELAY
1st lap - all relays except Distance Medley - run in lanes with staggers (like regular dual meet 4X400's).
The Distance Medley will be run like a
distance race with a group start - no lanes.
After 1st lap, runners should cut to rail
Handoffs: if receiving baton at end of 1st lap or anytime after 1st lap is completed ...