Region Track & Field Championships 2016
Date: Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 February 2016
Open to: U9 to U15 athletes
Where can you compete?
|Gippsland Country Region
||Edwin Flack Reserve
||Manuka Road, Berwick
|Northern Country Region
||Alexandra Park, Albury
||Cnr Cadell & Short St, East Albury
|Western Country Region
||Llanberris Reserve, Ballarat
|York St, Ballarat
|Eastern Metro Region
||Bill Sewart Athletics Track, Nunawading
||Burwood Hwy, Burwood East
|Northern Metro Region
||Harold Stevens Athletics Track, Coburg
||20 Outlook Road, Coburg
|Southern Metro Region
||Duncan McKinnon Reserve, Murrumbeena
|Cnr North Rd and Murrumbeena Rd, Murrumbeena
|Western Metro Region
||John Landy Athletics Field, Geelong
Barwon Terrace, South Geelong
Who can compete?
To be eligible to enter the Region Track & Field Championships, athletes must:
- Be registered and be a financial LAVic Competitive Member
- Have competed in a minimum of 4 weeks of Centre competition
by the closing date and time for entries. There are no exemptions.
Final Entries close 1 February 2016
|Online Registrations Open
| 25 November 2015
|| $10 per event -
Early Bird Discount
|18 January 11:59pm
| $15 per event -
Standard fee from 19 January
|1 February 11:59pm
Click on your Region logo to register for the event:
A full list of confirmed entries will be updated and available on the following dates:
- 22 December
- 6 January
- 13 January
- 18 January
- 29 January
- 2nd February (Final List)
Please click on your relevant Region button above to view the list of confirmed entrants.
Search tips: If you are using Windows you can use the shortcut Ctrl + F to search the PDF file for your child's name. If you are using a Mac the shortcut is Command (⌘) + F.
Region timetables will be available on each Region page. Click on your Region in the table above to view this event information.
Qualifying for State Track and Field Championships
Only athletes who meet the qualifying requirements at the Region Track & Field Championships go through to State Track & Field Championships.
This table displays the qualifying requirements for each event and age group.
Example: In the U9 Girls 100m, the best performance from each of the 7 Regions automatically qualify for the State Track & Field Championships.
7 Regions x 1 athlete per Region = 7 athletes, leaving 17 positions for the next best performances from across all Regions; making a maximum field of 24 (except in 800m where it will be a field of 16).
Note: Athletes may only enter into a maximum of 4 events.
Only spikes known as conical or pyramid are permitted to be worn by:
- U11 athletes for the high jump and javelin, only
- U12-13 athletes for all events run entirely in lanes, and all jump events and javelin
- U14-U15 athletes for all jump events, javelin, and all track events, except Race Walks.
See: Spike Specification Chart
Athletes compete in their Centre Championships Uniform.
See: Approved Centre Uniforms
For each Region Track and Field Championship Event Final:
- Medals will be presented to the first three place getters
All athletes will have the ability to download a Certificate of Participation listing all their performances via Results HQ.
Entry Terms & Conditions
- #Time is based on IMG Sport Technology Group's Clock
- No refunds
- Late entries are not permitted
- Smoking and dogs are not permitted at the venue
For further information about this event, please call your Centre Secretary.