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1 Girls’ Teams & Boys’ Teams National Champions 2015

2 Somerset Schools Athletic Association

3 somersetschoolsathletics.org.uk The Website somersetschoolsathletics.org.uk

4 9.30 – 9.55 Arrival and Registration Welcome Warm-up with Event One Coach Event One Coaching Mini Break Event Two Coaching Refreshments & Presentation 1.30 Event Three Coaching 2.30 Warm-down with Event Three Coach 2.45 Dispersal

5 Warm up: First Session: Second Session: – Third Session: 1.30 – 2.30 SPRINTSHURDLES LONG JUMP HIGH JUMP POLE VAULT JAVELINDISCUSSHOT Peter Grosjean Chris Millard Godfrey Fry Brian Camp Sonya Ellis David Pearson Simon De Wilton Murray Grant Pippa Poore

6 School Area County SW Nats International Athletic Organisation Mendip Sedgemoor Yeovil Taunton Avon Gloucestershire Wiltshire Cornwall Devon Dorset

7 County Combined Events Championships Possibly 350 competitors. Possibly 50 competitors per event. The largest event of its kind in Europe? The World? The ‘Happy’ Championships The ‘Helping’ Championships

8 There is a limit to the number of athletes we can select :  Cross- Country – age group teams of 10 Whole team of 80 athletes Maximum of 70 competitors per event  Track & Field – a maximum of 3 competitors per event - A maximum of 130 competitor places Giving usually a whole team of about 115 athletes Maximum of 21 competitors per event  Combined Events – age group teams of 4 Whole team of 24 Maximum of 32 competitors per event Plus Race Walk competitors

9 There is a limit to the number of athletes we can select :  Cross- Country – age group teams of 8  Whole team of 48 athletes  Maximum of 368 per event  Track & Field – a maximum of 3 competitors per event  Whole team of 25 athletes  Usually no more than 24 competitors per event  Combined Events – SW winning age group teams of 4 - plus high placed individuals not in winning team  Maximum of 42 competitors per event Plus walking competitors

10 COMBINED EVENTS INTERNATIONALS Harry Hall Amy Cooper 2010 Brendon England-Frost Jordanna Morrish 2012 Cliff Schwabauer Ellen Barber 2014

11 Boys Combined Events Minor 100m Shot Long Jump 800m Junior 80m Hurdles Shot Long Jump High Jump 800m Intermediate (2 days) Long Jump Discus Javelin 400m 100m Hurdles High Jump Shot 1500m Senior (2 days) 100m Long Jump Shot High Jump 400m 110m Hurdles Discus Pole Vault Javelin 1500m

12 Girls Combined Events Minor 100m Shot Long Jump 800m Junior 75m Hurdles Shot High Jump Long Jump 800m Intermediate (2 days) 80m Hurdles High Jump Shot 200m Long Jump Javelin 800m Senior (2 days) 100m Hurdles High Jump Shot 200m Long Jump Javelin 800m

13 24 pts 33 pts An extra:

14 At this pace – that’s 12 points per second !! Girls 800 metres

15 Boys High Jump 18 points 20 points 24 points More points gained the higher you jump!

16 Important Combined Events Rules Three trials only are allowed in the long jump and throwing events. In track events, there are no "finals" - heat times are scored on the IAAF and ESAA tables. Points are based on the hand timed pages but please note - when fully-automatic timing and photo-finish are available they will be in use, in conjunction with the appropriate scoring tables. NB. Quadrathlon scores are taken from the Midland Counties AA tables. In the running and hurdling events, a competitor shall be disqualified in any event in which he or she has been responsible for three false starts. In the Senior Men’s Decathlon and the Senior Women’s Heptathlon, any athlete making a false start shall be warned. Any athlete(s) making further false starts in the race shall be disqualified from the race. In the Quadrathlon, Pentathlon and Heptathlon competitions, the 800m events will not be started at the curved line, but will be run in lanes for the first bend.

17 Any athlete failing to take part in any of the events shall not be allowed to take part in any subsequent event in that competition, but shall be considered to have abandoned the competition. That athlete shall not figure in the final classification. The winner shall be the competitor who has obtained the highest number of points in the 4, 5, 7, 8 or 10 events as the case may be, awarded on the basis of the IAAF and ESAA Combined Events Scoring Tables. In the event of a tie, the winner shall be the competitor who has received the higher number of points in a majority of events. If this does not resolve the tie, the winner shall be the competitor who has scored the higher number of points in any one of the events. This procedure shall apply to ties for any place in the competition. Awards: Somerset AA medal to the winner of each competition. Somerset Schools' AA County Champion badge to the top Somerset Schools' athlete in each competition. Certificates for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each competition. Certificates to all athletes who complete their Combined Events competition.

18 UK 10 Target 4850 UK 10 Target 4300

19 Sunday 19th April Sprints Endurance Hurdles Steeplechase Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Javelin Discus Shot Hammer Choose 2 events Somerset Coaching Courses


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