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Aurora is committed to giving back to the Tasmanian community through sponsorships, donations and volunteer work. Our support helps hundreds of kids around Tasmania to be the best they can. For more information about Aurora’s community sponsorships, visit our website.

AURORA IN

YOUR COMMUNITY

www.auroraenergy.com.au

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LittleAthleticsTasmaniaBoardofManagement&Staff...2

LittleAthleticsTasmania2012/2013Sponsors...3

McDonald’sMelbourneCompetition...4

LittleAthleticsTasmaniaHonourRoll...5

2012/2013CalendarofEvents... ...6

2012/2013StateIndividualChampionshipSchedule...7

CentreCompetitionTop–BadgePlacement...7

ParticipatingCentres... ...8

TinyTots... ...8

StateTeamInformation... ...9

RecognisedEventsandSpecifications...10

AuroraEnergyStateRelayChampionships...12

AuroraEnergyStateChampionships:Walks,MultiͲEventandStateIndividual...13

QualifyingStandards... ...14

RulesofCompetition... ...15

McDonald’sGoldStarAwards... ...16

McDonald’sGoldStarAwardsClaimForm&McDonald’sParticipationAwards...17

McDonald’sPersonalImprovementAwards...18

McDonald’sPersonalImprovementAwardsForm...19

McDonald’sUnder12andUnder13CoachingCamp...20

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CodesofBehaviour... ...22

SunSmartPolicy... ...24

IGAAwardProgram2012/2013... ...25

StateBestPerformances... ...26

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WIN 1 OF 2 FAMILY HOLI DAYS TO

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Visit us at

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for full terms and conditions.

PRIZE INCLUDES:

Return trip to Melbourne for 2 adults and 2 children Accommodation for 3 nights in Melbourne 4 tickets to the MCG Sports Museum

$500 spending money

Each award includes a tear off McDonald’s® voucher and entry form for a chance to WIN 1 of 2 family holidays to Melbourne!

Presented to

Date

Hand in this voucher when ordering and it will be our pleasure to reward you with a FREE Seared Chicken Snack Wrap®

McDonald’s® Tasmanian Restaurants are proud supporters of Little Athletics Tasmania.

IF A CHILD IS UNDER 14 YEARS THIS VOUCHER MUST BE REDEEMED WITH A PARENT / CARER. Hand in this voucher when ordering to receive offer. Limit of one vouc

her per person per day. Not to be used to discount any other offer or a McValue Meal®/Happy Meal® purchase.

Available after 10:30am

Please compete your details on this entry form and post entry to:

TAS McDonald’s Little Aths Competition, 2 Smith Street, Collingwood, VIC 3066.

Entries open 1/10/12 and close 28/02/13. Winner will be drawn on 14/03/13 at 2 Smith Street, Collingwood, V

IC 3066.

Refer to www.littleathletics.com.au for full T erms and Conditions.

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IF A CHILD IS UNDER 14 YEARS THIS

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Including 3 nights accommodation with 4 tickets to the MCG Sports Museum and

$500 spending money.

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Life Members

Helen Moir 1993 Michael Stubbs 1997 Garry House 1999 Ross Burridge 1999 Rhonda O’Sign 2002 Paul Street 2006

Distinguished Service Award Recipients

Helen Moir 1990 Peter Lawson 1990 Les Nankervis 1990 Nigel McLaren 1993 Michael Stubbs 1994 Rob Crosswell 1994 Marguerite Duke 1995 Garry House 1996 Ross Burridge 1996 Cliff Marsh 1997 Rhonda O’Sign 2000 Paul Street 2002 Brian Bannister 2005 Kaylene Knee 2010 Anne House 2010

State Service Award Recipients

Bill Cooper 1990 Dianne Lawson 1990 Jeff Nankervis 1990 Paul Plumbridge 1990 Les Charlesworth 1991 John Boxhall 1991 Ted Beecroft 1992 Clif Marsh 1992 Matt Osbourne 1993

Anne House 1995 Graeme Moore 1995 Sallie Garwood 1995 Merimy Bruens 1996 Albert Johnson 1996 Carolyn Banks 1996 Gayleen Goodwin 1998 Viv Beswick 1998 Wim VanDerPols 1998 Paul Street 1999 Gavin Radford 1999 Ken Elphinstone 2000 Karen Tuthill 2000 Roger Howlett 2000 Margaret Osbourne 2001 Mary Clear 2001 Anne Millington 2001 Janene Stubbs 2002 Rosemary Coleman 2002 Terry Byrne 2002 Anthony Cruse 2002

Brian Bannister 2002 Frank Buller 2003 Wim Vaessen 2003

Ian Milne 2003 Frank Furfaro 2004 Karen Pelham 2004

Greg Cooper 2004 Kristy Periera 2004 Vicky Sansom 2005 Shirley Kelly 2005 Andrew Tomers 2005 Peter Weldon 2005

Eric Howells 2006 Tim Heron 2006 Kaylene Knee 2006

Peter McConnon 2006 Carolyn Bussey 2007 Michael Harvey 2007 Daryn Weller 2007 Dirk Nankervis 2007 Kendra Hey 2008

Scott Calvert 2008 Greg Byard 2008 Kim Nankervis 2009

Wayne Hall 2010 Mathew Hey 2010 Leanne Harvey 2010

Brian James 2012 Michael Walker 2012 Michael Phillips 2012

Little Athletics Tasmania

Honour Roll

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2012/2013 State Meeting Calendar of Events

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OCTOBER 2012 NOVEMBER 2012 DECEMBER 2012

November

M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S 24

th Northern All State 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 1 2

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 December

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8

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Northern Centre Challenge 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

9

th Southern Centre Challenge 29 30 31 26 27 28 29 30 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

31 January

6th-10th U12 & U13 Coaching Camp

JANUARY 2013 FEBRUARY 2012 MARCH 2012 20

th Southern All State

M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 1 2 3 February

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2nd State Relay Championships

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 17th State Mulit-Events & Walks Championships 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

28 29 30 31 25 26 27 28 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 March

9th & 10th State Individual Championships

2012/2013 State Meeting Program of Events

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Event Details Track Program Field Program

Aurora Energy Northern All State Saturday, 24th November 2012 St. Leonards Athletics Centre First Event marshalled at 8:45am

60-100m Hurdles U6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Shot Put U8,10,12,14,15

200m Hurdles U13,14,15 Discus U6,7,10,12,14,15

200 Metres U6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Vortex/Turbo/Javelin U6,7,9,11,13 800 Metres U9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Long Jump U6,7,8,9,11,13

Triple Jump U11,13,14,15

High Jump U8,9,10,12

McDonald’s

Northern Life Member Centre Challenge Saturday, 8th December 2012

St. Leonards Athletics Centre First Event marshalled at 8:45am

70 Metres U6,7,8,9 Shot Put U11

100 Metres U6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Discus U8,9,13 1500 Metres U10,11,12,13,14,15 Vortex/Turbo/Javelin U6,7,10,12,14,15

Long Jump U6,7,10,12,14,15

Triple Jump U8,9

High Jump U11,13

McDonald’s

Southern Life Member Centre Challenge Sunday, 9th December 2012

Domain Athletics Centre First Event marshalled at 8:45am

70 Metres U6,7,8,9 Shot Put U8,12

100 Metres U6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Discus U10,14,15 1500 Metres U10,11,12,13,14,15 Vortex/Turbo/Javelin U6,7,9,11,13

Long Jump U6,7,8,9,10, 11,12

Triple Jump U13,14

High Jump U15

Aurora Energy

State Relay Championships Saturday, 2nd Febuary 2013 St. Leonards Athletics Centre First Event marshalled at 8:45am

4 x 100m Relay U6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Under 6, 7 and 8 athletes will be offered one additional field event while the 4 x 200m Relays are being conducted.

4 x 200m Relay U9,10,11,12,13,14,15

Aurora Energy Southern All State Sunday, 20th January 2013 Domain Athletics Centre First Event marshalled at 8:45am

70 Metres U6,7,8 Shot Put U6,7,9,11,13

100 Metres U6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Discus U8,9,11,13 400 Metres U8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Vortex/Turbo/Javelin U8,10,12,14,15

Walk U9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Long Jump U6,7,10,12,14,15

Triple jump U6,7,8,9,10,12

High Jump U11,13,14,15

Aurora Energy

State Multi-Event & Walk Championships

Saturday, 2ndFebruary 2013 St. Leonards Athletics Centre First Event marshalled at 8:45am

The LATas Multi-Event Championship is for athletes in Under 9 – Under 15.

Athletes compete in five events: 100 Metres, 800 Metres, Hurdles, Long Jump & Discus.

Athletes must compete in ALL events to receive a final score.

The LATas Walk Championship is for athletes Under 9 – Under 15. Qualifying Standards apply.

Aurora Energy

State Individual Championships Domain Athletics Centre

Saturday, 9th March 2013 First Event marshalled at 8:45am Sunday, 10th March 2013 First Event marshalled at 8:15am

Uniform Note: At the LATas State Individual Championships, Multi-Event Championships & Walk

Championships, CLUB Uniform is to be worn. At the LATas Centre Challenge Days, All State Meets and State Relay Championships, CENTRE Uniform is to be worn.

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State Conducted Meetings

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These meetings have been organised to encourage closer ties and friendship between Centres, and to give all age groups greater opportunity to have the strongest possible competition. Athletes competing in Regional Meetings must be from that particular region (i.e. Southern Centre Challenge is for Southern Athletes and vice versa). Performances by athletes at these meets are eligible for consideration as State Best Performances.

State Individual Championship Schedule 9

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Day 1 60-100M

Hurdles

100 Metres

400 Metres

800 Metres

High Jump

Triple Jump

Long

Jump Shot Put Discus Javelin

Under 8 X X X X X X

Under 9 X X X X X X

Under 10 X X X X X X X

Under 11 X X X X X X X

Under 12 X X X X X X X

Under 13 X X X X X X X

Under 14 X X X X X X X

Under 15 X X X X X X X

70 Metres

200 Metres

200M Hurdles

400 Metres

1500 Metres

High Jump

Triple Jump

Long

Jump Shot Put Discus Javelin

Under 8 X X X X X

Under 9 X X X X X X

Under 10 X X X X X X

Under 11 X X X X X

Under 12 X X X X X

Under 13 X X X X X X

Under 14 X X X X X X

Under 15 X X X X X X

Please note: The AM/PM programs are not generated until after the close of entries with the LATas Office. Centres will be notified when this program is available.

Wet Weather Information

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In the event of severe weather conditions, the LATas Board of Management will take into consideration the options available, which may involve consultation with Centre representatives, in determining the continuation or otherwise of the competition meeting.

Every effort will be made to broadcast cancellation advice on local radio; however this may not always be possible.

For cancellation advice please contact an LATas Board Member (refer to page 2) or check our facebook page.

Competition Top - Badge Placement

PLACEMENT OF AURORA ENERGY NAME & AGE TAG + LATas & SPONSOR BADGES

The front at the athlete’s competition top MUST have the State Cloth Badge and

sponsors name and age tag. The State Badge is to be displayed on the top left hand side of the athlete’s competition top. The McDonald’s State Sponsorship badge is to be placed below the State Badge.

The top right hand side of the athlete’s competition top is reserved for National Sponsorship by Little Athletics Australia. For season 2012/2013 this is the IGA Badge.

It is preferable that Club/Centre badge be worn on the sleeve.

ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

It is compulsory that only the current season’s badges be worn.

All current season’s award badges must be placed on the back of the athlete’s competition top.

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Affiliated Centres & Uniform Specifications

Burnie

President: Glenn Overend www.burnielittleaths.org

Green and Black Polo Top, plain Black shorts Circular Head

President: Stephanie Johnston

Red Polo Top with White collar and sleeves, plain Black shorts Claremont

President: Jo Lockley

Black Top with White panels and sleeves, plain Black shorts Clarence

President: Shane McCarthy www.clarence.org.au

Maroon Polo Top with White trim, plain Black shorts Deloraine

President: Colina Eley

Royal Blue and White Polo Top, plain Black shorts Devonport

Secretary: Derek Fisher

Teal, Navy Blue and White Polo Top, plain Black shorts East Derwent

President: Margaret Lewis

www.eastderwentlittleathletics.com.au

Bottle Green and Gold Polo Top, plain Black shorts Glamorgan Spring Bay

President: Cherie Hill

Navy Blue Top, plain Black shorts Hobart Districts

President : Andrew Shepherd www.hobartdistricts.asn.au

Red Polo Top with Green collar and sleeves, plain Black shorts Huon Valley

President : James O’Connor www.huonvalley.org

Blue, Green and White Top, plain Black shorts

Kingborough

President: Andrew Willcox www.kingboroughlac.org.au

Green Top with White trim, plain Black shorts Launceston

President: Anthony Bransden www.launcestonlittleaths.org

Royal Blue Top - Club colour on sleeve, plain Royal Blue shorts Longford Districts

President: Barry Baker

Gold Top with Black trim, plain Black shorts North East

President: Shane Wagner

Black and White striped Top, plain Black shorts North Launceston - White City

President: Kate Barnard

www.whitecitylittleathletics.org.au

Red and Black striped Top, plain Black shorts Queenborough

President : Scott Boucher www.queenborough.org

White Top, plain Navy Blue Shorts South East Districts

Public Officer: Aaron Schultz

Navy Blue Top with Emerald Green panels, plain Navy Blue Shorts South Launceston

President: Michael Halaby www.sllac.org.au

White, Red and Blue Top, plain Red shorts St. Helens

President: Anita Haley

Royal Blue and Gold Striped top, plain Royal Blue shorts

Tiny Tots

Centres may offer the Tiny Tots Program for children between the ages of 3 and 5. This program is optional and no Centre will be compelled to offer the program.

Tiny Tots is a program designed to improve the basic movement skills of younger children, along with social skills and self-confidence. Tiny Tots should not be confused with the competition performed by the children between the ages of 5 and 15 years at Little Athletics.

a) Tiny Tots is an option that may be offered by any Centre and incorporated during the normal weekly meeting;

b) Minimum and maximum age eligible to register children must be between 3 years and less than 5 years prior to the 1st of October in the current season;

c) Children must be registered after participating at two Centre Meetings;

d) Children are not required to wear Centre or Club Uniform;

e) Children must wear suitable footwear;

f) Children are not eligible for any TLAA Participation or Merit Awards.

g) Registration fee is $15.00.

h) Tiny Tots must be conducted in accordance with the program and events as recommended in the Tiny Tots Booklet provided to Centres.

i) Guidelines are reviewed annually at the TLAA Board Conference.

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Guidelines for State Team Selection

Australian Little Athletic Championships (ALACs)

1. Under 13 Australian Little Athletic Championships is a team’s based competition of 22 athletes.

2. Under 15 Championships is a multi-event championship consisting of 2 boys and 2 girls.

3. Selection should be based on the following criteria:

i) Performance at Centre level

U/13 and U/15 results must be sent on a regular basis by Centre Secretaries to the TLAA Office ii) Performances at State Conducted Meetings and Championships

iii) Gold Medal Winners are not automatic selections

4. To be eligible for State Team Selection, Under 13 and Under 15 athletes should demonstrate that their priorities and loyalties are with their Little Athletics Clubs and Centres. As such they should compete in and must display their 25 Event Badge at State Championships.

It is recommended that Under 13 athletes should compete at two State Conducted Meetings throughout the season and any coaching camps arranged for that age group. Under 13 athletes must attend State Individual Championships.

It is recommended that Under 15 athletes should compete at two State Conducted Meetings throughout the season. They must attend the Multi-Event Championships, and should attend State Individual Championships.

Performances officially recorded only at Little Athletics Meetings will be considered by Team Selectors for State Team Selections.

5. Where possible, a complete team of 22 members will be selected and up to four emergencies (two boys and two girls) for the Australian Teams Championships and four for the Multi-Event Championships.

6. Each athlete in the Under 13 State Team may compete in a maximum of four individual events or a maximum of three individual events plus one relay if chosen in the relay event. The heat and final / consolation final of a laned track event are deemed to be one event.

7. State Team Selection is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

8. Eligibility form to be returned to the Chairperson of Selectors, Rhonda O’Sign : 8 Gunn Parade, Low Head, 7253.

9. Nominations close 12:00noon on Sunday, 10th March 2013.

Under 13, 14 & 15 Orientation to Senior Athletics

This program has been organised by Little Athletics Tasmania, Northern Branch of Athletics Tasmania, Southern Branch of Athletics Tasmania and North West Athletics to introduce Under 13, 14 and 15 athletes to Senior Athletics and to familiarise them with all aspects of senior competition. It is anticipated that these programs will assist athletes with the transition from Little Athletics to Senior Athletics.

Current members of Tasmanian Little Athletics who are not currently or have not previously been registered as a member of Athletics Tasmania in any category as set out in AT bylaw 9.1, may compete in any branch competition until 30 November without effecting any form of AT registration but upon payment to the applicable branch or club on the first such occasion only of an “LAT Trialling Athlete” registration fee of $5 (including GST) in order to access the required insurance.

Athletic Skills Assessment Program

The program is designed to encourage Little Athletes to improve skill levels in a simple form of awards, on completion of some simple but meaningful drills. At which time awards are given in the form of badges. The program is called: Athletic Skills Assessment Program or A.S.A.P. For any further information contact your Centre Secretary or the TLAA Education Officer. ASAP is a standard event for all under 6 and 7 athletes and is programmed as part of each Centre’s weekly program of events.

Parent Education Course

The parent education course conducted by the T.L.A.A. in conjunction with Centre Education Officer’s, is designed to fill a multiple role in the life of the little athletic parent, who is called upon to assist in officiating at Club, Centre or State level.

This course is aimed at giving basic knowledge of track and field events in the aspect of understanding rules, guidelines, and setting up of field sites. The safety aspects for both the officials and athletes will also be covered. Education areas will include track, throwing, jumping and administration.

The procedures are:

“D Grade” Official

a) Completed the official TLAA test paper and been deemed competent.

Please note: This will qualify the official for Centre official duties, “D” grade certificate will be issued. An individual must be aged 16 years or over to be eligible to be an Official.

“C Grade” Official

a) Completed the official TLAA test paper and been deemed competent (part ’D’ Grade qualification).

b) Must have conducted at State or Regional Meeting or TLAA sanctioned meeting and been deemed competent.

Please note: This will qualify the official for State and Regional official duties. “C” Grade certificate will be issued. An individual must be aged 16 years or over to be eligible to be an Official.

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LATas Recognised Track Events & Specifications

60 – 100 Metre Hurdles

Age Group Distance Heights Lead In Distance

Between Lead Out Number of

Hurdles

Under 6 60m Max 20cm 12 metres 7 metres 13 metres 6

Under 7 60m Max 20cm 12 metres 7 metres 13 metres 6

Under 8 60m 45cm 12 metres 7 metres 13 metres 6

Under 9 60m 52.5cm 12 metres 7 metres 13 metres 6

Under 10, 11 60m 60cm 12 metres 7 metres 13 metres 6

Under 12 60m 68cm 12 metres 7 metres 13 metres 6

Under 13 80m 76cm 12 metres 7 metres 12 metres 9

Under 14 Girls 80m 76cm 12 metres 7 metres 12 metres 9

Under 14 Boys 90m 76cm 13 metres 8 metres 13 metres 9

Under 15 Girls 90m 76cm 13 metres 8 metres 13 metres 9

Under 15 Boys 100m 76cm 13 metres 8.5 metres 10.5 metres 10

200 Metre Hurdles

Age Group Distance Heights Lead In Distance

Between Lead Out Number of

Hurdles Under 13

200m 76cm 20 metres 35 metres 40 metres 5

Under 14

200m 76cm 20 metres 35 metres 40 metres 5

Under 15

200m 76cm 20 metres 35 metres 40 metres 5

Under 8 and Under 9 400m events will be a pack start - starting on a curved line. Heats will be run if athlete numbers exceed 8. Under 9 to Under 12 800m events will start on the curve at the start/finish line. Under 13 to Under 15 800m events will be conducted with two athletes starting per lane. Athletes must remain in their lanes from the start until they reach what is termed ‘the break point’ and may then cross to the inside lane without causing interference to other athletes. Lanes will not be used for 1500m or Walk Events.

1500m start on mark on track on back straight. All walks start on 1500m start line.

Relay Batons

Diameter 30mm, length 255mm, weight 80 grams – maximum.

Spikes

7mm for running events and up to 9mm for jumping and javelin events.

Track Event Age Group

150 metres Under 6, 7

70 metres Under 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 100 Metres Under 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 200 metres Under 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 400 metres Under 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15- Laned Event 400 metres Under 8, 9 – Pack start (limit to a field of 8)

800 metres Under 9, 10, 11, 12 – Pack start (limited to a field of 14) 800 metres Under 13, 14, 15 – Laned Start (2 competitors per lane) 1500 metres Under 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 (limited to a field of 16)

700 metre walk Under 9

1100 metre walk Under 10, 11

1500 metre walk Under 12, 13, 14, 15

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LATas Recognised Field Events & Specifications

Time limit per trial – 1 minute

SHOT PUT Weight Colour

Under 6, 7 1.0 kg Blue Diameter Tolerance – 60 to 85mm Diameter of Circle – 2.135m

Under 8 1.5 kg Yellow Diameter Tolerance – 70 to 90mm Angle of Sector - 35$$

Under 9, 10, 11, 12G 2.0 kg Orange Diameter Tolerance – 76 to 90mm

Under 12B, 13, 14, 15G 3.0 kg White Diameter tolerance – 85 to 110mm

Under 15B 4.0 kg Red Diameter Tolerance – 95 to 110mm

DISCUS Weight

Under 6, 7 330-350 grams Diameter of Circle - 2.5m

Under 8, 9, 10 500 grams Up to 40

Under 11, 12, 13G 750 grams

Under 13B 1.0 kg

Under 14 1.0 kg

Under 15 1.0 kg

JAVELIN Weight

Under 6, 7 Vortex

Under 8, 9 Turbo Jav

Under 10,11,12,13G 400 grams Angle of Sector - 29

Under 14G, 15G 500 grams

Under 13B, 14B 600 grams

Under 15B 700 grams

HIGH JUMP

Starting Points

Boys U8 U9 U10 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15

Centre Competition

.60 .65 .75 .80 .85 .90 .95 1.00

State Conducted Meetings

.60 .70 .80 .90 .90 1.10 1.15 1.20

State Championships

.80 .90 1.00 1.10 1.20 1.30 1.35 1.40

Girls

Centre Competition

.55 .60 .65 .70 .75 .80 .85 .90

State Conducted Meetings

.60 .65 .75 .85 .90 .95 1.05 1.15

State Championships

.80 .85 .95 1.05 1.10 1.15 1.25 1.35

It is recommended side bags should be used for athlete safety.

Scissor Jump is compulsory for Under 8 and Under 9 athletes. Restraining straps are compulsory for high jump, excluding scissor jump.

LONG JUMP & TRIPLE JUMP

-Take off mat Under 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 ... 0.50 metre x 1 metre mat.

All positions for take off mat measured from pit to front edge, i.e. edge nearest to pit.

20cm x 1m white painted area on front edge of existing jump mats (Long and Triple Jump).

Long Jump

Under 6 to Under 12 ... 0.50 metre from pit.

Under 13 to Under 15 ... 1.00 or 2.00 metres from pit

. Triple Jump

The setting of the triple jump mat may be adjusted at the minimum metre interval for all age groups if requested.

It is at the discretion of the Official if a mat is required to be moved.

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Conditions of Entry

State Relay Championships

a) Relay Championships will be conducted as a State competition meeting and will include both heats and finals on the same day.

b) Athletes must be registered to be eligible to compete in relays.

c) Athletes can only be named and compete in (1) team for each relay event.

d) Relay Championship entries close on a date designated by the TLAA.

e) Relay entry payments for complete teams and composite teams must be received by the TLAA Office within 5 working days of entries closing. Team entries are not accepted until payment is received. Centres will be invoiced for additional athletes following the event.

Entry Process

f) The entry process for Centres will involve the nomination and names of ‘Complete Teams’, ‘Composite Team’ and also the nomination of ‘additional athletes’ to be entered in each gender/age group.

g) ‘Complete Team’ consists of a team of 4 (or 5 athletes if a reserve is named) from the same gender/age group.

h) Centres can nominate multiply ‘Complete Teams’ per gender/age group.

i) ‘Composite Team’ consists of a team of 4 (or five athletes if a reserved is named) from the same gender but, if a Centre does not have enough available registered athletes in a specific age group to create a ‘complete team’, the Centre may use athletes from the next youngest age group to nominate a team. Teams formed via this clause are referred to as ‘Composite Teams’. The ‘Composite Team’ will compete in the age group of the older age group athlete(s) in that team. Where a ‘complete team’ is also nominated in the original age group of such an athlete, the Centre must be able to demonstrate that the athlete competing in the older age group has reasonably been omitted from the team in his / her own age group. The TLAA reserves the right to refuse movement of athletes between age groups where it believes this is not the case.

j) Each Centre is permitted to enter only one composite team, per gender/age group.

k) An Under 8 athlete is not permitted to run in an Under 9 ‘Composite Team’ for the 4 x 200m relay.

l) If an Under 11 athlete competes in an Under 12 ‘Composite Team’, no athlete in that team will be permitted to wear spikes.

m) An “additional athlete” is an athlete not named in a Centre ‘Complete Team’ or a Centre ‘Composite Team’ who is desirous of running in a relay team with athletes from other Centres and committed to attending on the day.

n) ‘Combined Team’ is a team made up of additional athletes nominated by centres.

o) The TLAA Competition Director will be responsible for the creation of ‘Combined Teams’. As much as possible athletes will be kept in Centre groupings, then by geographic proximity.

Whenever a choice is to be made, this will be by the random drawing of lots. All such teams shall be called “Combined”, and each athlete will compete in their own centre uniforms.

p) Once a Combined team is named, athletes named in the combined team will not be released to substitute in, nor form another team in that event (eg: 4x100m) in any age group unless such combined team is unable to compete due to illness, unavailability or injury.

q) At any time from the closing date for entries, up until 30 minutes before the scheduled start time for a heat or straight final, Centre Team Managers may substitute team members in the event of illness, injury or unavoidable unavailability. Relative lack of form is not considered a reason for substitution. If the Centre does not have an available substitute, TLAA will attempt to fill the vacancy with an additional athlete up until 30 minutes before the scheduled start of the heat.

r) Centres may only change teams between heats and finals due to injury / illness. TLAA Competition Director must authorise all such changes. The ill / injured athlete will not compete again that day.

s) The TLAA reserves the right to refuse the entry of or disqualify any Centre team deemed to be in contravention of the Competition Rules.

t) Any athlete not afforded the opportunity to run in a 4 X 100 relay on the day because they were either named as a reserve in a Centre Team or due to the unavailability of other team members a team has withdrawn due to lack of numbers, will be invited to run in an ‘invitational relay’ to be conducted at the conclusion of the Championship Events. Teams can be made with any combination of age/gender. No athlete is permitted to wear spikes for this event.

Conduct of the Events

u) TLAA shall publish a preliminary schedule and lane allocations.

v) There may be variations to this sequence to ensure adequate rest between heats and finals for those age groups requiring heats.

i. Marshaling shall commence 20 minutes before the first event.

ii. Marshaling shall involve;

iii. Athletes will be called to the designated marshalling area.

iv. Each runner will be supplied with an identifying item, which will indicate the event and lane that they will run in.

v. Runners will be grouped according to the leg that they will be running, and escorted to the relevant changeover point.

vi. Changeover officials will not require lists of lanes or athletes as the escorts / athletes arriving at the changeover point will have the information necessary for that event.

w) In all relay heats and finals, three breaks will apply before disqualification.

x) Change Marshals will carry white and orange/yellow flags. The Track Referee will be responsible for all disqualifications and will be the only official to carry a red flag.

y) Heats will only be conducted when there are more than 8 teams, at the time of marshalling. Where heats are not required all lanes for the final shall be allocated by the drawing of lots.

z) Progression to the finals will be the first 3 teams in each heat, plus the fastest-non placing 2 teams in either heat to a maximum of eight (8) teams.

aa) When official results are determined from the finals, all team members in attendance will receive medals if the team finishes 1st, 2nd or 3rd. The same will apply for ribbons for all other teams.

bb) State records can be broken by teams in either the heats or final.

cc) Composite Teams are not eligible for Australian Best Performances.

Note also that TLAA By-Law CO22 prohibits the wearing of spikes in ALL 4 x 200m relay events.

Preliminary entries close with the LATas Office on Friday, 18th January 2013. Payments must be received by the LATas Office no later than Friday, 25th January 2013 for entries to be accepted.

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Conditions of Entry – Little Athletics Tasmania Multi-Event Championships

1) The multi-event will consist of the following events: 100 metres, hurdles, 800 metres, long jump and discus.

2) All athletes must be registered with Little Athletics Tasmania to compete.

3) The Multi-Event Championships are for registered Under 9 - Under 15 athletes.

4) All Under 9 - Under 15 athletes enter INDIVIDUALLY and must include $10.00 entry fee.

5) Entries close on Sunday, 3rd February 2013 with the Delegated Centre Official.

No late entries will be accepted.

6) Entries close on Wednesday, 6th February 2013 with the LATas Office.

No late entries will be accepted.

7) LATas cloth badge must be displayed on the top left hand front of the competition top.

8) Athletes MUST have earned their 25 Participation Award by closing date, and this MUST be displayed on competition top.

9) Failure to have correct uniform will lead to disqualification of athlete.

CLUB UNIFORM MUST BE WORN.

10) Medals will be awarded to the first three place getters in each age group / sex.

Conditions of Entry – Little Athletics Tasmania Race Walk Championships 1) All athletes must be registered with Little Athletics Tasmania to compete.

2) All Under 9 – Under 15 athletes enter INDIVIDUALLY (entry on State Race Walk Championship Entry Form). Cost per entry is $6.00.

3) Athletes can only enter the Championship Race Walk Event if they have qualified twice at any Centre or State meeting from the 1st October 2012 until the closing date.

4) Entries close on Sunday, 3rd February 2013 with the Delegated Centre Official.

No late entries will be accepted.

5) Entries close on Wednesday, 6th February 2013 with the LATas Office.

No late entries will be accepted.

6) Athletes MUST have earned their 25 Participation Award by closing date, and this MUST be displayed on competition top.

7) LATas cloth badge MUST be displayed on top left hand front of competition top.

8) Failure to have correct uniform will lead to disqualification of athlete. CLUB UNIFORM MUST BE WORN.

Qualifying conditions for participation in the 2013 LATas State Individual Championships are:

1) All athletes must be registered with Little Athletics Tasmania to compete.

2) All Under 8 – Under 15 athletes enter INDIVIDUALLY and must include $6.00 per event.

Programmes will be available at a cost of $7.00 each.

3) Under 8 – Under 13 athletes can only enter the events in which they have qualified TWICE at any CENTRE or STATE MEETING from 1st October 2012 to the closing date. An athlete that has qualified once may apply for a supplementary entry.

Note: Under 14 and Under 15 athletes do not need to qualify for Championships.

4) Entries close on Sunday, 10th February 2013 with the Delegated Centre Official.

No late entries will be accepted.

5) Entries close on Wednesday, 13thFebruary 2013 with the LATas Office.

No late entries will be accepted.

6) Athletes MUST have earned their 25 Participation Award by closing date, and this MUST be displayed on competition top.

7) LATas Cloth badge MUST be displayed on top left hand front of competition top.

8) Failure to have correct uniform will lead to disqualification of athlete.

CLUB UNIFORM MUST BE WORN.

3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10

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Qualifying Standards

The qualifying standards listed below are those required in each age group for qualifying for Gold Star Awards for Under 8 to Under 13 athletes, and for State Individual Championships for Under 8 to Under 13 athletes.

BOYS

Under 8 Under 9 Under 10 Under 11 Under 12 Under 13

60m–100m Hurdles

13.0 12.8 12.6 12.1 12.1 16.0

200m Hurdles

35.5

70 Metres

12.6 11.8 11.2

100 Metres

17.4 16.6 15.8 15.2 14.7 14.3

200 Metres

39.0 36.5 35.0 33.0 31.5 30.5

400 Metres

1.28.0 1.23.0 1.19.0 1.16.0 1.12.0 1.08.0

800 Metres

3.05.0 3.00.0 2.55.0 2.50.0 2.43.0

1500 Metres

6.30.0 6.10.0 5.55.0 5.40.0

Race Walking

5.20.0 8.15.0 7.55.0 10.50.0 10.00

Long Jump

3.10 3.30 3.65 3.90 4.10 4.40

Triple Jump

6.30 7.10 7.80 8.30 8.90 9.50

High Jump

0.90 1.00 1.10 1.20 1.30 1.40

Shot Put

5.00 5.60 6.50 7.20 7.20 8.50

Discus

13.50 16.00 18.50 18.50 22.00 22.00

Javelin/Turbo Jav

12.00 15.00 18.00 22.00 25.50 25.00

GIRLS

Under 8 Under 9 Under 10 Under 11 Under 12 Under 13

60m–100m Hurdles

13.8 13.4 13.4 13.0 12.5 17.0

200m Hurdles

36.0

70 Metres

13.0 12.3 11.7

100 Metres

18.5 17.5 16.4 15.8 15.0 14.8

200 Metres

41.0 38.0 36.5 35.0 32.5 31.0

400 Metres

1.35.0 1.30.0 1.25.0 1.20.0 1.16.0 1.13.0

800 Metres

3.20.0 3.15.0 3.10.0 3.05.0 3.00.0

1500 Metres

7.00 6.40.0 6.25.0 6.05.0

Race Walking

5.30.0 8.30.0 8.10.0 11.10.0 10.40

Long Jump

2.80 3.10 3.30 3.50 3.80 4.10

Triple Jump

5.70 6.50 7.30 7.80 8.30 8.70

High Jump

0.90 0.95 1.05 1.15 1.20 1.25

Shot Put

4.25 4.60 5.60 6.50 7.40 7.00

Discus

9.50 12.00 15.00 14.50 17.00 19.00

Javelin/Turbo Jav

7.50 10.00 11.00 14.00 17.00 20.00
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Gold Star Awards

This award is controlled by the qualifying standards printed on page 14 of the current Information Manual (plus those shown below).

Information concerning claims:

GOLD AWARDS may be claimed in four group areas: Sprints | Distance | Throws | Jumps The Little Athlete may attain a maximum of four awards - one in each group.

To claim an Award the athlete must qualify once in TWO (2) events from the group area.

For example - Under 9 Boys Qualifying Standards in Throws:

Shot Put ... 5.60 Discus ... 16.00 Turbo Jav ... 15.00

To qualify for a Gold Award in throws, the athlete must reach or better two of these distances. Groupings are as indicated on claim form.

Under 11 - Under 13 Under 6 and 7 Qualifying Standards 70m Qualifying Standards

U6 Boys U6 Girls U7 Boys U7 Girls Time

70m

15.4 15.4 13.9 14.6

Under 11 Boys

11.2

100m

21.3 21.6 19.6 20.4

Under 11 Girls

12.0

150m

32.8 33.6 30.5 31.5

Under 12 Boys

10.7

200m

46.2 48.0 42.3 44.5

Under 12 Girls

11.5

60m Hurdles

13.1 13.6 12.4 14.0

Under 13 Boys

10.0

Shot Put

3.80 2.90 4.60 3.50

Under 13 Girls

11.0

Discus

8.40 6.40 10.80 7.60

Vortex

15.50 7.50 17.00 10.50

Long Jump

2.20 2.00 2.40 2.25

Triple Jump

4.50 4.30 4.90 4.70

Under 14 and 15 Qualifying Standards

U14 Boys U14 Girls U15 Boys U15 Girls

70m

9.5 10.5 9.0 10.0

100m

14.0 14.7 13.7 14.4

200m

30.0 30.5 29.5 30.0

400m

1.03.0 1.08.5 1.02.0 1.06.0

800m

2.34.0 2.57.0 2.28.0 2.54.0

1500m

5.25.0 5.45.0 5.15.0 5.25.0

Walks

9.20.0 10.20.0 9.00.0 9.40.0

60m - 100m Hurdles

18.2 16.5 20.4 18.5

200m Hurdles

35.0 35.5 34.5 35.0

Shot Put

8.50 7.80 9.00 8.30

Discus

25.00 19.50 28.00 20.0

Javelin

27.0 18.5 30.00 19.5

Long Jump

4.70 4.30 5.00 4.50

Triple Jump

10.00 9.00 10.50 9.50

High Jump

1.45 1.35 1.50 1.45
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Gold Star Awards

CLAIM FORM

CONFIRMATION BY

DATE

PERFORMANCE

TEAM MANAGER

Sprints: 70 Metres

100 Metres 150 Metres 200 Metres 60 – 100m Hurdles 200m Hurdles

Distance: 400 Metres

800 Metres 1500 Metres Race Walking

Jumps: Long Jump

Triple Jump High Jump

Throws: Discus

Shot Put Javelin Turbo Jav Vortex

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Participation Awards

This award may be claimed for the number of events an athlete competes in during the season. Cloth badges are available for 25, 50, 75 and 100 events. Events will be counted by the number of tickets in the athlete’s book - events at centre, visiting centre or associated conducted activities may be counted. To claim see your Team Manager.

A Centre Attendance Award, for athletes who have attended 85% of their Centre’s scheduled programmed meetings, as listed in the TLAA Information Manual, will be awarded.

25 50 75 100 Attendance (Refer to Ticket Book) Sign

Date

(Name) (Club) (Age)

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Personal Improvement Awards

The concept of this award is to encourage athletes to participate in all events available, and to reward those athletes who improve their own personal performances in those events.

The system has three levels:

x

Green

x

Blue

x

Red

Awards must be claimed in that order.

This scheme is not designed to use State qualifying standards as are the Gold Star Awards.

Green Award

The FIRST PERFORMANCE in the specified number of events constitutes a Green Award and must be entered in the Green Column on the Claim Form. The minimum number of events required per age group is listed in the claim table.

Blue Award

The FIRST IMPROVED PERFORMANCE in the specified number of events constitutes a Blue Award. An event not used for the Green Award can be used if already entered in the Green Column.

Red Award

The SECOND IMPROVED PERFORMANCE in the specified number of events constitutes a Red Award. An event not used for Green and Blue Awards can be used if already entered in Green AND Blue columns.

Table of events required to qualify for Awards

Age Group: U6 U7 U8 U9 U10 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15

No. of events available

10 10 11 13 14 14 14 15 15 15

Minimum performances for Green Award

7 7 8 10 11 11 11 12 12 12

Minimum performances for Blue Award

6 6 7 8 9 9 9 9 9 9

Minimum performance for Red Award

5 5 6 7 8 8 8 8 8 8

Sample Claim (Note times and distances)

70 Metres 04.10.12 13.6 15.11.12 13.4 28.02.13 13.1

100 Metres 11.10.12 19.4 22.11.12 18.9 06.12.13 18.6

150 Metres 11.10.12 30.6 07.01.13 29.5 07.02.13 27.5

200 Metres 04.10.12 40.8 22.10.12 40.7 21.02.13 38.6

Hurdles 04.10.12 14.7 17.11.12 14.5 12.01.13 14.4

Long Jump 04.10.12 2.95 08.11.12 3.05 21.02.13 3.66

Triple Jump 25.10.12 4.10 20.12.12 4.80 15.01.13 5.00

Shot Put 18.10.12 4.25 15.11.12 4.70 21.02.13 4.91

Discus 04.10.12 9.16 25.10.12 10.40 17.01.13 11.00

BOLD PRINT: List of events used to gain Awards

Claim Form

This form is printed on the following page and MUST be used to claim the Personal Achievement Awards. It is to be filled in by the

athlete or parent and then checked and signed by the Team Manager, prior to each Award being claimed.

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The 2013 Coaching Camp is open to all Under 12 and Under 13 athletes registered for the 2012/2013 season of Little Athletics.

In the event that fees for LATas Camps levies cannot be paid by the due date, any deferred payment terms must be sanctioned by the LATas President and Finance Director. A form agreeing to the payment terms must be duly completed by the person requesting the deferment of

payment, and returned to the LATas Finance Director prior to the event.

A bus will be provided to transport children to and from Camp. (Hobart via Perth)

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Privacy Policy

Little Athletics Tasmania (LATas) is committed to the privacy of its members and is conscious of the privacy concerns of its members and the people with whom it deals. Protecting the privacy and confidentiality of members’ information is fundamental to the way the LATas operates.

1. About this Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy outlines how the Tasmanian Little Athletics Association manages members’ personal information.

It also describes generally the sorts of personal information held and for what purposes, and how that information is collected, held, used and disclosed.

Our Privacy policy covers all dealings with Tasmanian Little Athletics Association, via our registration information, web site, Centre Committees and Board of Management 2. Collection of your personal information

The TLAA collects personal information from you in order to provide you with services and information associated with membership of Little Athletics, including particular products and services, such as championship entry, coaching clinics etc.

The information we collect is supplied by you upon registration of your child/children for each new season of Little Athletics, or for any specific TLAA activity or event.

No information will be requested by the TLAA unless it is relevant. Members will be advised of the reason for collecting information, if requested.

3. Use of your personal information

Your personal information may be used in order to provide the services you require or request. Providing this information allows the TLAA to administer and manage those services and to inform you of additional services/opportunities that may be available to you as a result of your child’s membership.

The TLAA may, on occasions, utilise your personal information for the purpose of researching and developing our services.

We may also use your personal information to promote the products/services offered by related organisations and our sponsors.

Photographs

Photographs taken by the TLAA or their agents, of your child or yourself in attendance at a Little Athletics Event/Function, may be utilised for illustration, promotion, advertising, trade, etc.

Such photographs may be published in any medium and may be labelled with the name of the person/s in the photograph and the event at which the photograph was taken.

4. Disclosure of your personal information

The TLAA treats all information that we hold about our members as confidential. We do however, on occasions disclose statistical aspects of your personal information for purposes related or ancillary to the main reason for which it is collected, such as:

x internal accounting and administration x regulatory reporting and compliance

x helping us to identify and inform you about other services that may be of benefit to you and your family.

x gaining sponsorship support or government funding The organisations to which we may disclose information on a confidential basis, include:

x your representatives (legal advisers etc)

x our professional advisers, including our auditors, legal advisers, insurance brokers etc.

x government and regulatory authorities and other organisations, as required or authorised by law

x our related organisations, such as the Australian Little Athletics Inc.

5. Accuracy of your personal information

The TLAA takes all reasonable precautions to ensure that the personal information we collect, use and disclose is accurate, complete and up-to-date. However, the accuracy of that information, depends to a large extent in the information you provide. We therefore recommend that you advise the TLAA

x if there are any errors in your personal information x of any changes to personal information

6. Storage of your personal information

The TLAA protects any information that we hold about you from misuse and loss. We protect your privacy by restricting access to your personal information to those members of the TLAA Board who need it, either to process information or to provide you with the services that you have requested.

Your personal information may be stored in hard copy documents, as electronic data, or in software systems. The TLAA maintains physical security over our paperwork and electronic data stores.

7. Access to your personal information

You have the right to access your personal information. If you would like to do so, please place your request in writin

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Table of events required to qualify for Awards

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