Surrey County Athletics Association Disability Championships / Disability Open Meeting / KACPH Open Graded Throws Meetings 1st and 2nd April 2017 Print
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Monday, 27 February 2017 12:44

Surrey County Athletics Association Disability Championships / Disability Open Meeting / KACPH Open Graded Throws Meetings

1st and 2nd April 2017

Kingsmeadow Athletics Center, 422a Kingston Road, Kingston KT1 3PB

Entry close: 18th March – no entries on the day

  • The meeting is IPC Endorsed, will be held under UKA rules and is part of British Athletics Parallel Success Super Series
  • Photo Finish for Track and EDM for Long Throws
  • Entry £6 per event plus PayPal booking fee

1st April 2017

Surrey Disability Championships and Open Disability Meeting (for non-Surrey Athletes)

Track events for classified athletes: 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 5K and 10K
Track events for non-classified athletes: 100m, 200m, and 400m
Field events for classified and non-classified athletes: Long Jump, High Jump, Triple Jump, Shot, Discus, Javelin, and Hammer (F20, F12, F13 only)

Online Entry

KACPH Open Graded Throws Meeting:

Field events: Hammer, Shot, Discus, and Javelin

Online Entry

2nd  April 2017

Surrey Disability Championships and Open Disability Meeting (for non-Surrey Athletes)

Seated throws events for classified and non-classified athletes: Club Throw (F51, 31,32 only), Shot, Discus and Javelin

Online entry

Please note that all throwers will be required to throw the senior weight of implement if they wish to have their results sent to the IPC for ranking purposes. If event entries allow the seated throws will also take place on 1st April.
To enter the Surrey County Athletics Association Disability Championships you must possess a current Surrey qualification. Details of the UKA rules regarding County qualification can be found at www.surreyathletics.org.uk/qualification where there is also a definition of what constitutes the county of Surrey for this purpose.
To enter the Surrey County Athletics Association Disability Championships you must not have competed in another county's championship nor have represented another county in inter-county competition during the current competition year which commenced on 1st October 2016. Surrey County medals will be awarded using a points system.
Timetables and entry information will be sent to each competitor by email after the closing date and will also be posted on KACPH  and SCAA websites.
 
 

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