Track & Field
12 April 2016
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SCVAC LEAGUE KENT
DIVISIONS 2016 RULES
ENTRY FORMS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS - £60/£100
Entry forms to Arthur Kimber and subscriptions to Tom Richards
First claim athletes
Please inform Arthur Kimber of second claim athletes on the entry form
Please give dates of birth of all athletes to Brian Charlton
Host club Track result pads
Barry Ferguson Declaration forms
Brian Charlton Lane draws, throwing and jumping order, field cards,
Arthur Kimber Competition numbers
Host club Starter, marksman
Track referee, field referee
Visiting clubs 1 timekeeper
1 track judge
At least 2 field judges as specified
Richard Mann will announce at all meetings
3 trials in long throws and triple jump, 4 in shot and long jump
Pole vault and high jump all age groups start together
Divisions 1 and 2 may compete separately or together depending on numbers
6-5-4-3-2-1 in all events
In sprint events where there is a spare lane
In distance events only where they will not overcrowd the race
In field events only where they will not seriously delay the timetable
There should be no non-scoring races unless there is spare time in the
AGE GROUP COMPETITION
Athletes cannot compete in the same event in different age groups in the
same meeting, but may compete in different events in different age groups in
the same meeting
A AND B STRINGS
Where A and B strings run in separate races, the faster athlete should
always be placed in the A race
Where A and B strings run in the same race, the first athlete to finish will
score as the A string
RELAY BREAK POINTS
4X200 Athletes will start on the long stagger and the third leg runner will
break at the beginning of the back straight
4x400 First leg athletes will start on the 800 start lines, run the first
100 in lanes and then break at the beginning of the back
Any appeals about possible inaccurate individual results must be made by the
athlete concerned or
his/her team manager on the night.. The decision of the track or field
referee will be final.
The team results may not be finalised on the night, but will be supplied by
the recorder as soon
as possible after the night.
CANCELLATION OF FIXTURES
If a fixture is cancelled and at least 80% of the events have been
completed, the fixture will count as
a complete fixture and the remaining events will not be held
If fewer than 80% of the events have been completed, the points for the
completed events will
count and the remaining events will be held at a later date
An event is defined as a race/throw/jump in one division in one age group,
e.g.100m. division 1,
M40A and M40B
If the last fixture has to be cancelled, the league positions after five
matches will be the final results
for the season.
The first and second teams in division 1, men and women, will compete in the
final against the
winners from the other sections of the league
SCVAC LEAGUE KENT
DIVISIONS 2016 CLUBS, FIXTURES AND OFFICIALS
SCVAC LEAGUE KENT
DIVISIONS 2016 OUTLINE TIMETABLES
At the WMA General Assembly in
Brazil the following changes were made:
- W60-74 Javelin specification changes from 400g to
500g. (This applies to multi events etc.)
- All Men's Shot shall have the IAAF maximum
diameter of 130mm. And all Women's Shot shall have the IAAF maximum
diameter of 110mm.
- The .075k Discus shall have a maximum diameter of
Effective from 1 January 2014
Track & Field Rules
SCVAC TRACK AND FIELD LEAGUE RULES
league consists of clubs in seven area divisions. The club membership and
number of divisions may be altered as clubs leave or join the league.
division is organised by a divisional coordinator and each clubs team(s) by
a team manager, who will liaise with the coordinator.
forms for each season should be completed and returned to the league
secretary by 31st March.
forms should be completed and returned, with cheque for the appropriate
amount, to the treasurer by 31st March. Subscription rates are
set by the SCVAC committee.
will be for athletes in three age groups, 35-49,50-59 and 60+. M70 +
events may be held. Athletes should be first claim members of their
club, or second claim provided that their first claim club does not compete
in the league. Second claim members, a maximum of five men and five women,
should be registered on the entry form and must be members of your club
by January 1st of the competition year. Combined teams, of
two or more clubs, are not eligible to compete in the league. Regional
masters clubs are not eligible to compete in the league. Guest athletes from
the league clubs may compete where space and time allow.
evening matches, six in Kent, should be held between April and July, the
dates and venues to be decided by the coordinators and team managers.
Matches should be held under UKA and BMAF rules.
provision of paperwork for the matches should be arranged by the
coordinators and team managers.
letters or numbers should be worn by all scoring athletes.
for the matches should be recruited by the coordinators and team
managers/club officials secretaries.
hosting matches may claim an allowance from the treasurer to help offset
may claim expenses arising from their work for the league from the
standard track events from 100m. to 3000m, a 2000m. walk and all eight
standard field events should be held. 5000m. and hurdles events may be held
if time permits. 4x100m and 4x400m. should be held and 4x200m. and
a medley relay may be held.
35-49 2 competitors per club in all running events, 1
per club in the walk and field events.
50-59 1 competitor in all events
60+ 1 competitor in selected events to be decided in
Relays 1 team per club in each relay
Where A and B strings run in separate races, the faster
athlete should be A string.
trials, three in Kent, should be allowed in all throws and in long and
is 8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 for all events and for league points. This may be
adjusted where there are more or fewer clubs in a division.
should be sent as soon as possible after each match to the league secretary,
the editor of The Southerner and Masters Athletics, the rankings compilers
and if possible to an Athletics Weekly correspondent.
17.The winning clubs from each division, the top two in
Kent, will compete in a final towards the end of the season, normally in
rules have been drawn up by the league secretary and the SCVAC committee and
may be amended after consultation with the coordinators.
Revised, December 2014