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Information for Celina Relays

 

CELINA RELAYS 2017

FRIDAY, April 7

 

                        Field events – 3 athletes per relay (2 vaulters per school per gender)

4:45 PM          Girls PV – Boys follow          Boys SP – Girls follow                      

Boys LJ – Girls follow           Girls D – Boys follow                       

Girls HJ – Boys follow          

NOTES:         SP, D, LJ – 4 throws/jumps

HJ – Girls 4’0” / 4’4” / 4’8” up 2” until 3 jumpers or less, then up 1”

                        HJ – Boys 5’0” / 5’4” / 5’6” up 2” until 3 jumpers or less, then up 1”

                        PV – Girls 7’0” / 7’6” / 8’0” up 6” until 3 vaulters or less, then up 3”

                        PV – Boys 9’0” / 9’8” / 10’4” then up 6” until 3 vaulters or less, then up 3”

In order to score in a field event relay the relay must have all 3 (2 PV)                                     athletes with legal marks.

                                                                                   

                        Running events – BOYS WILL ALWAYS RUN FIRST

5:00 PM          4 x 1600 relay – ***see special note below***

                                                                                   

6:30 PM          110/100 shuttle hurdles (30” girls, 30” boys)

4 x 200 relay                                                              

4 x 800 relay

4 x 300 shuttle hurdles (30” girls, 30” boys) 

4 x 100 relay                                                              

4 x 400 relay

 

***The 4 x 1600 ‘relay’: all runners will run together with the 4 times of a school being added together for the overall relay time.  If the number of runners is too high the race will be run in 2 sections with 2 athletes from each school in each section, then add the 4 times (to hundredths of a second per runner) together to come up with the relay time.  Theory: the 4 x 1600 relays take a long time, are generally not too competitive as the runners get really staggered and in many cases lapped.  By running together or in 2 sections all runners can compete to the best of their abilities and the race takes ¼ / ½ as long.

 

NOTE: maximum 1/4” spikes in all events

NOTE: no chalk/tape on running track (may use chalk/tape for HJ)





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