Colyton St Clair LAC – Starr Partners Medal Day 2019
Saturday 2nd November / Sunday 3rd November
The program and order of events can be downloaded and printed above. This shows the days and order of track events the field events will be run when both athletes and events are free. The days finished at about 1-1.30. These are not timed events.
First official call for first events are at 8.00am with events starting at 8.15am
Please be there on time to listen for your child’s event. To print out a list of your children/s events, login to ResultsHQ centre and you can view the list of their nominated events and what day they are on. This information can be found under Calendar Events or Nominations Review under Notifications.
The Starr Partners Medal Day is an annual two day event and our first major club championship on the season calendar. It is a private club competition where athletes compete for medal placings. Each event is managed by certified officials for that event type. It is also one of the rare opportunities for athletes to officially break club records. Under 17s compete for Under 17s Meday Day Champion which is presented at Club Presentation at the end of the season.
It is a primer weekend to also prepare athletes for the State Relays and/or Zone Competition.
The medal days run under an event program that will be released prior to the competition days. Parents, grandparents, family and friends can come down to the field, prop up a shade or tent and enjoy the day while athletes compete.
No entry fee is required as this weekend forms part of your registration.
– Parents must not be within the round track area and must also be outside of the throwing areas, this creates the competition atmosphere that the kids will get at future Zone Championships events.
– Parents cannot coach their kids as soon as competition commences.
– Please be on time and please listen for the announcement of your child’s event.
We need your help with the following
– Parent helpers are expected to assist officials in running of events when called upon.
– Parent helpers are also needed each morning to assist in setting up for the day.
Medal day champion is awarded at end of year presentation and determined by Medal Day results. The winner must achieve a gold Medal in a Run, Jump and Throw. NSW State Multi points are used to calculate overall points. The child with the highest score is the winner unless they are a winner of another major award. For more information please visit the Centre Competition and Rules page on our club website.
For any questions please contact Championships@colytonstclairla
Good Luck Everyone and have fun!