Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Track and Field County Championships 2022

SATURDAY 14th and SUNDAY 15th May 2022 

Moorways Stadium, Moor Lane, Derby DE24 9HY

     

    Entry Lists (all race numbers for Nottinghamshire have now been posted out)

     

    Parking Information:

    Please note the road will be closed outside of the stadium during the weekend, due to essential electrical works at the new Moorways Sports Complex, please follow diversions and allow extra time for this.

    The car park at the athletics stadium is only for officials who will be issued with a car park permit.

    Athletes and spectators MUST park in the signed car parks surrounding leisure centre, there will probably be a charge for this, £2 cash, please allow extra time (at least 20 Mins) to ensure you can park and register on time.

    We have been offered the use of car park at the Rolls Royce factory This car park is on the diversion route and is about a 5-minute walk to Moorways stadium. And will be available between 8am and 6pm.

    The entrance is on the junction of Victory Road and Moor Lane, a spur off the roundabout there. Postcode is DE24 9HY and the what three words location is grab.score.guides

    You are kindly asked NOT to park at the Rolls Royce Leisure centre, as that will be in use during the weekend by Rolls Royce Leisure users.

    Any further updates to parking will be posted on the website derbyshireathletics.org.uk or www.nottsaaa.org

     

    Age Groups

    U13 Girls and Boys – aged 11 or 12 on 31st August 2022

    U15 Girls and Boys – aged 13 or 14 on 31st August 2022

    U17 Women and Men – aged 15 or 16 on 31st August 2022

    U20 Women and Men – aged 17 or over on 31st August 2022 but under 20 on 31st December 2022

    Senior Women and Men – aged 20or over on 1st January 2022

    Masters Women and Men – Three categories’ ages 35-49, 50-59 and 60-74. 75+ age or over on the 15th May 2022

    Jointly Held Championships

    This is a joint T & F Championships to be held in conjunction with Derbyshire Athletics. Individual Championships medals will be awarded to athletes from both counties in each event.

     

                     
     

    Starting Heights

               
                     

    Women

    u13g

    u15g

    u17w

    u20w

    Sen w

    M 35-49w

    M 50-59w

    M60+w

    High Jump

    1.05m

    1.15m

    1.25m

    1.25m

    1.25m

    1.25m

    1.25m

    1.25m

    Pole Vault

    -

    1.50m

    1.50m

    1.50m

    1.50m

    -

    -

    -

                     
                     

    Men

    u13b

    u15b

    u17m

    u20m

    Sen m

    M 35-49m

    M 50-59m

    M60+m

    High Jump

    1.10m

    1.20m

    1.30m

    1.40m

    1.50m

    1.25m

    1.25m

    1.25m

    Pole Vault

    -

    1.50m

    1.75m

    2.10m

    2.10m

    1.50m

    1.50m

    1.50m

                     
                     
     

    Implement Weights

               
                     

    Women

    u13g

    u15g

    u17w

    u20w

    Sen w

    M 35-49w

    M 50-59w

    M60+w

    Discus

    -

    1kg

    1kg

    1kg

    1kg

    -

    -

    -

    Hammer

    -

    3kg

    3kg

    4kg

    4kg

    4kg

    3kg

    3kg

    Javelin

    400g

    500g

    500g

    600g

    600g

    -

    -

    -

    Shot

    2.72kg

    3kg

    3kg

    4kg

    4kg

    4kg

    3kg

    3kg

                     
                     

    Men

    u13b

    u15b

    u17m

    u20m

    Sen m

    M 35-49

    M 50-59

    M60+

    Discus

    -

    1.25kg

    1.5kg

    1.75kg

    2kg

    2kg

    1.5kg

    1kg

    Hammer

    -

    4kg

    5kg

    6kg

    7.26kg

    7.26kg

    6kg

    5kg

    Javelin

    400g

    600g

    700g

    800g

    800g

    -

    -

    -

    Shot

    3kg

    4kg

    5kg

    6kg

    7.26kg

    7.26kg

    6kg

    5kg

    Athlete Information:

     

    Please note road will be closed outside of the stadium during the weekend, follow diversions and allow extra time for this. Parking available at Rolls Royce, please see websites for details.

     

    REGISTRATION TRACK:

    Athletes for track events MUST register in person in the Derby AC Clubhouse (brick building behind the track stand, accessed from the carpark area) no later than 1 hour before their event is timetabled to begin.  This must be done for all events and both days. Please retain numbers for use on both days.  Any track athlete who does not register in the club house for each of their events WILL NOT be allowed to compete.  Own starting blocks may be used.

     

    REGISTRATION FIELD:

    Athletes for field events to report direct to event 30 minutes before event is due to begin.  Private throwing implements to be presented to equipment room for checking at least 1 hour before event is timetabled to begin.  Pole Vaulters must provide own poles as there are no stadium poles.

     

    NUMBERS & VEST:

    Numbers are to be worn front and back (except for jumps, rule T5.7).  Please pin number at each corner.  Vest worn MUST be Club or School (as entered) or County, National or other representative vest (Rule T5 S1(4)).  Please note Rule 5.1 regards kit - "In all events, athletes must wear clothing which is clean, and designed and worn so as not to be objectionable.  The clothing must be made of a material which is non-transparent even if wet."  “Athletes must not wear clothing which could impede the view of the Judges”.

    AGE GROUPS:

    U13, U15 and U17 athletes may compete in a maximum of three individual events on one day (Rule T3 S2 (1), (2) & (3)).  U20 athletes may compete in a maximum of 5 events in one day (rule T3 S2(4)).  Master categories as follows: Ladies and Men, 35 to 49, 50 to 59, 60 to 74 and 75+.  Athletes may only enter one age group in any individual event.

    EVENTS:

    In field events (except high jump and pole vault) U13, U15, U17, U20 will have four trials, (a further 2 trials will be allowed if achieving grade 1).  Senior and masters will have six trials.  Progression for pole vault will be in no less than 10cm intervals; progression for high jump will be in no less than 5 cm intervals, this is until 3 athletes remain or at lead official’s discretion.  There will be no jump off held for vertical jumps in the event of a tie (Rule T26.8).  Length of spike is limited to 6mm.  The false start rule will apply to all competitors; i.e. no false starts, for any age group over and including u17.  Qualification for track finals shall be 1st place and the appropriate number of fastest qualifiers (Rule T20.3).  Athletes shall be excluded from participating in further events including relays, when they have qualified in heats (including field events) but then do not compete in the final without giving a valid reason to the Referee (Rule T4.4.2).

    RELAYS:

    All members of relay teams must have the same county qualification (i.e. all Nottinghamshire or all Derbyshire) and wear the same registered club colours (Rule T5.3).  Athletes can only compete in relay team for first claim club. Masters Relay events will be one age group only; 35+.  There will be a strict 45 minute only declaration time for pre-entered clubs only; this will be advertised on the timetable.

    PRESENTATION:

    will be approximately 45 minutes after the event finishes.  If athletes do not collect medals at presentation time they may not always be presented on the podium.  All trophies must be signed for by athlete (parent or guardian if under 18).

    HEALTH & SAFETY:

    No in ear or ear covering electronic devices or mobile phones to be used in competition area.  Failure to comply will lead to disqualification.  Officials, competing athletes and official photographers only to be allowed in the competition area.  Please DO NOT cross the infield.

    If you choose to enter more than one event, then the times of these may clash; we will do our best to avoid this but cannot guarantee it. In the event of unforeseen circumstances there will be no refund of entry fee.

    Officials to park outside the Derby AC clubroom; they MUST have and show car park permit.

    Athletes and spectators MUST park in the signed car parks surrounding leisure centre, there will probably be a charge for this, £2 cash, please allow extra time (at least 20 Mins) to ensure you can park and register on time. Updates to parking will be posted on website derbyshireathletics.org.uk or www.nottsaaa.org

    Photography: Anyone wishing to take photographs during the course of the competition must sign the photography sign-in sheet located in the Derby AC Clubhouse.  We ask that you publish NO photos on social media without the permission of the parents of all the athletes in the photograph.

    Moorways is a dog-free zone; also smoking or vaping is NOT permitted anywhere within the premises, which means any smoking must be done outside the gates on the main road.  This is a Derby City Council stipulation with the booking and could result in cancellation of event if rules are broken.

    In Event of Emergency call 07808 678032, this number is only to be used on the championship weekend.

     

    Notes

    1. Field events will comprise of six attempts for Senior and Masters. All other age groups will have FOUR attempts (a further 2 trials if achieving grade 1) except in Pole Vault and High jump.
    2. Starting heights are indicated for high jump and pole vault. No jump off will be held for vertical jumps in the event of a tie.
    3. Pole vaulters must provide their own poles as there will be no stadium poles.
    4. Competitors MUST wear either Club, School, County, Area or National Vest (rule 143) The same registered club colours must be worn by all members of a relay team.
    5. U13, U15 and U17 Athletes may compete in a maximum of three individual events & U20 athletes may compete in a maximum of 5 events in one day (rule 141)
    6. Masters relay team only one age group 35+
    7. Athletes may only enter one age group in any individual event.
    8. In the event of unforeseen circumstances there will be no refund of entry fee.
    9. Competition will be held under UKA Rules.
    10. Data protection, information from this entry may be shared with others within the organisation of this event only.
    11. If you choose to enter more than one event, then the times of these may clash, we will do our best to avoid this however we cannot guarantee it.
    12. Steeplechase event will only go ahead with a minimum of 10 entries in female event, 10 entries in u20/Sen men and 6 entries in U17men 1500m S/C at 84cm. (combined counties)
    13. Individual events will only take place if total entries is 6 or more for that event (combined counties)