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The results (linked above) are in an excel spreadsheet with each event on seperate tabs at the bottom.
BUCS official athletics media partner, Athleticos, recorded and streamed live most of the track events. You can watch footage by clicking here
PRE EVENT INFORMATION
English Institute of Sport, Coleridge Road, Sheffield, S9 5DA
Please click here to see the agenda for this years captain's meeting. Also includes last years notes and actions
The final timetable for the event is available here.
Please note there have been some changes to event order from the provisional timetable that was issued to accommodate an increase in entry numbers. These are highlighted in red. There have additionally been time changes, also in red. Please consult the timetable carefully to see if any of your event times have changed. The Competition Director reserves the right to amend the programme provided that sufficient advance warning is given to competitors.
*PLEASE NOTE - Anyone wishing to compete in overlapping events MUST inform seeding at least 120 mins before the first of the events. IF possible, we will TRY to accommodate their wish to compete in both events.
The complete entry lists are available below:
It is the responsibility of each institution to check they are correct. No additional entries will be accepted. Any errors should be reported immediately via your Athletic Union/Sports Office to Jo Crawford. All PBs highlighted in yellow are where individuals did not submit a PB for that specific event (but had submitted Power of 10 links for other events). They have been given the slowest/lowest PB for that event for seeding purposes.
COMPETING INSTITUTIONS: A complete list of competing institutions can be seen here.
TEAM REGISTRATION, WITHDRAWAL & SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES: Team registration and the withdrawal and substitutions desk are located in the room on the right at the top of the main stairs in the EIS.
Please note that this year there is NO formal accreditation process however teams still need to pick up their team packs as normal.
Team Registration and the Withdrawal and Substitutions Desk are open the following hours:
Friday 22 February 2012 – 13.00 – 19.00
Saturday 23 February 2012 – 07.15 – 18.00
Sunday 24 February 2012 – 07.30 – 13.30
Where possible teams are encouraged to register their team and make withdrawals/substitutions on Friday prior to competition starting as it is expected that once competition starts it will be very busy.
1. On arrival at the EIS team captains/coaches need to register at the Team Registration Desk and collect their Team Pack which includes competition numbers, a copy of the entry lists, relay declaration sheets, withdrawal and substitution forms.
2. Teams need to register only once. It will be assumed that once an Institution has registered, ALL their competitors will participate in every event that they have entered.
3. Relay teams must still declare on the day and AGAIN for the final. Declaration forms are in all team packs, FINAL declaration forms and spare forms will be available from the Withdrawals and Substitutions Desk. Please refer to the notes further down the page for more relay declaration information.
Withdrawals and Substitutions Procedure:
1. The withdrawal and substitution deadline is 90 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE START OF EACH EVENT. Team captains must complete a withdrawal/substitution form and submit this to the Withdrawals and Substitutions Desk by this time.
2. The 90 minute deadline will be judged from the clock on the Withdrawals and Substitutions Desk.
3. Alterations to the name of the competitor entered by an institution and listed in the programme for an event may be made UP TO 90 MINUTES BEFORE the event is due to take place.
4. Substitutions can only be made from the list of reserves submitted to BUCS by Institutions electronically prior to the event or with an individual who has already been entered into another event and is listed elsewhere in the programme.
5. Withdrawals and substitutions may be made by email (on the forms below) via your Athletic Union/Sports Office to Jo Crawford up to 5pm on Monday 18 February 2013. After this time withdrawals and substitutions must be made in person at the event.
6. It is possible to withdraw or substitute by phone by calling 07531 006127 during the event when the Withdrawals and Substitutions Desk is open (see above times). The call must be received before the 90 minute deadline. Messages should NOT be left on the mobile answer phone as these will not be accepted.
7. Competitors/Teams failing to advise the Withdrawals and Substitutions Desk of their withdrawal from an event before the 90 minute deadline will be liable to a fine. See below:
|OFFENCE||CASH DURING EVENT||LATE PAYMENT|
|No Show or Late Withdrawal Heat or Semi Final||£10||£15|
|No Show or Late Withdrawal Final||£15||£25|
WITHDRAWAL & SUBSTITUTION FORMS
Changing facilities will be available. Please do not leave valuable possessions in the changing rooms as you will not have exclusive use of the facilities.
Physiotherapists and doctors will be onsite.
The cafeteria at the EIS will be open throughout the event.
Plenty of parking is available and is charged at £3.50 per day. You will be directed where to park by stewards.
Entry for spectators is free of charge. Programmes will be on sale for £1.
Please ask your AU Office/ Sports office to contact Jo Crawford on 020 7633 5085 or at Jo Crawford
All competitors must report to Call Room a specific number of minutes before the event start time detailed in the programme (see list below). They MUST be wearing their correct competition numbers as detailed in the entry lists. The competition numbers must be worn as issued and not be cut, folded or otherwise concealed or mutilated in any way.
- Track Call Room 20 minutes
- Hurdles Call Room 25 minutes
- LJ/TJ/SP Call Room 45 minutes
- High Jump Call Room 60 minutes
- Pole Vault Call Room 75 minutes
Please note that you cannot take the following items into the arena – please leave with someone before entering the Call Room:
- NO Mobile Phones
- NO iPods/MP3 Players or any other music listening device
- NO Photo or Video Camera
- NO Video or Cassette Recorders
- NO Radios
- NO shoes with too many spikes
- NO over-sized spare spikes (maximum spike length 6mm)
In the Call Room, Officials will:
- Ensure that athletes are wearing their university coloured appropriate athletic kit (see note below)
- Ensure that all competition numbers are worn correctly and correspond with start lists (see note below)
-Issue leg numbers if needed
- Ensure that shoes, number and dimension of spikes, advertising on clothing and athletes’ bags comply with UKA Rules
- Ensure that unauthorised material is not taken into the arena.
The Call Room Schedule will be posted. The responsibility to be in Call Room lies entirely with the competitor who must then remain in Call Room ready to be escorted to their event.
For detailed information on seeding, lane draws, progression and qualification please see Appendix 1.
Information on the lane draws/pool grouping for each event will be posted on the results board after the 90 minute withdrawal and substitution deadline has passed and the start sheets have been printed. It is the athlete’s responsibility to check these.
Once an athlete has qualified for a subsequent round of a particular event they are not permitted to opt out of that event and continue to compete in the Championships. This applies to both the track and field competitions. The track referee can prevent a competitor competing on the track if the competitor has opted out of a field event in which he/she has qualified for a subsequent round. The field referee has the same powers to exclude from a field event an athlete if he/she has opted out of a track event [UKA Rule 115(3)].
Athletes have been allocated individual competition numbers. Each competitor must wear their individual competition number as stated on the entry lists. Athletes will wear the same competition number in every event they compete in. Each athlete will only be given one pair of numbers so they must keep them for all events and finals. All competitors, with the exception of High Jump and Pole Vault must wear two numbers, one front and one back. In the event of a substitution the athlete being substituted in must wear their OWN number and not change to the original entrants’ number. In the relays, teams will be allocated team letters which must be retained for the final.
KIT AND COLOURS:
All athletes must wear university coloured appropriate athletic kit. E.g. vest, cropped top, shorts, lycra all-in-one etc. T-shirts and tracksuit bottoms are not permitted. Institutions who do not have a team kit may wear a plain running vest/cropped top and shorts at the discretion of the Event Manager/ Competition Director, permission should be sort in advance of the event. Please contact Jo Crawford.
Declaration forms, detailed below must be submitted 90 minutes before the published time for EACH round of the competition. Athletes must be from among those registered for the Championships. One team per Institution can take part in each relay event. Each team will be given designated relay team letters which must be worn by all members of the team and must be retained for the final.
UKA Rule 118(14) will apply:
“Once a relay team has started in a competition only two additional athletes may be used as substitutes in the composition of that team for any subsequent round”.
BUCS Relay HEAT Declaration Form:
Institutions must declare teams of no more than 6 athletes, 4 of these declared athletes will run in the HEATS.
BUCS Relay FINAL Declaration Form:
The qualifying teams must declare no more than 2 additional athletes. The ‘BUCS Relay FINAL Declaration Form’ will name the 4 athletes who participated in the heats and have 2 spaces. Any 4 of these declared athletes will run in the FINALS.
OPENING HEIGHTS & QUALIFICATION:
Under the guidelines of UKA these standards have been set based on the nationally recognised method of looking at the PBs submitted for the event.
The following starting heights/progressions and qualification heights/distances will be in place:
|Men’s High Jump||2.07m||1.60m + 5cm to 1.95m then + 3cm|
|Women’s High Jump||1.75m||1.40m + 5cm to 1.60m then + 3cm|
|Men’s Pole Vault||4.60m||3.00m + 20cm to 4.40m then + 10cm|
|Women’s Pole Vault||3.50m||1.90m + 20cm to 3.30m then + 10cm|
|Men’s Long Jump||7.35m|
|Women’s Long Jump||5.95m|
|Men’s Triple Jump||15.00m||(11m and 13m boards only)|
|Women’s Triple Jump||12.00m||(9m and 11m boards)|
Shot Put – Only Indoor Shot will be used in this competition, some will be provided. Competitors may use their own implements. These must be passed for competition by the Technical Manager, to whom they should report not less than one hour before the respective event. Such personal equipment is not available for use by other athletes without the permission of the owner.
Athletes not qualifying for the final should collect implements as soon as possible after the qualification finishes from the Technical Room. Athletes qualifying for the final MUST leave their implements in the Technical Room until the end of their event.
Vaulting Poles - will not be supplied for the Pole Vault.
Spikes - The maximum spike length allowed is 6mm, spot checks may occur. Spiked shoes must not be worn outside of the Athletic Arena.
Numbers - Numbers must be worn as issued and not be cut, folded or otherwise concealed or mutilated in any way.
Starting Blocks - False start detection equipment will be used for all races up to and including 400m, unless otherwise specified by the Competition Director. ALL athletes in these events SHALL be required to use only the starting blocks provided.
All warming up must be done away from the track. Athletes should use the long sprint straight at the rear of the hall to warm up observing the ONE WAY system in place. For safety reasons, NO Ear/Headphones will be allowed in the warm up area.
Where anti doping is present at an event it is standard practice for Doping Control Officers to notify athletes of their selection for testing upon leaving the competition area. However, athletes should make the Officer aware if they have another event to compete in. Any athlete who is notified that they are required for testing must comply with this request and provide a sample.
Any athletes entering the BUCS Indoor Athletics Championships (i) acknowledge that they are bound by UKA’s Anti-Doping rules, (ii) agree to submit to drugs testing in connection with this event in accordance with UKA’s Anti-Doping rules (which may involve providing a blood and/or urine sample); and (iii) confirm that they are either aged 18 years or older or that the person(s) having parental responsibility for them consent to the above testing. Any under 18 athlete must have parental/guardian consent in written form. If no consent is provided, the athlete in question may be disqualified from the competition. Please click here to download a copy of the consent form.
To check the status of registered medicines please visit www.globaldro.com. For information on testing procedures please visit www.ukad.org.uk. The UKA Anti-Doping Rules are available at www.uka.org.uk. For general anti-doping queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Captains’ Meeting will take place on Sunday 24 February. Please listen for announcements regarding a time and venue. Items for an agenda for this meeting are welcome and should be emailed to email@example.com
MEDALS & TEAM SCORING:
Medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in each event. Presentations will take place during the meeting and medal winners are asked to listen to announcements and proceed to the medal presentation area when required. Team Points will be awarded for the first 8 finishers in an event. BUCS points will be awarded to the first four finishers.
- The maximum number of rounds, for events up to and including 1500m, will be 3 (first rounds, semi-finals and final). For detailed information on seeding, lane draws, progression and qualification please see Appendix 1.
- Where declared numbers do not merit heats/semi finals, finals will be run at FINAL time and where semi-finals are not necessary, finals will be run at FINAL time. EXCEPT 60m H WOMEN FINAL which WILL be held on Saturday, 23 February.
FIELD EVENTS (QUALIFYING ROUNDS):
- For detailed information on seeding, progression and qualification please see Appendix 1.
- If there is no Qualifying round, the competition shall be run as a straight final at FINAL time.