CTC pre Meet SS No. 10 - AIS Athletics Track
Sat 02 Mar 2024 12:00 — 13:15
Registrations for this event are closed.
The 10th Summer Series meet of the 2023/24 season is on Saturday the 2nd of March 2024 at the AIS Athletics Track. This is a State Permit Meet.
Competition Rules & Event Grid
The 2023/24 Summer Series Competition Rules are now available here.
The event grid up until the 31st of December is available here.
The 2023/24 Summer Series On-Line Entry Fee is $15 per meet and this covers all events entered. This fee is payable at the time of event registration.
Please note that the age determination date for all athletes, other than Masters athletes, is 31st December 2024. The age determination date for Masters athletes is the date of the meet.
On-Line entry closes at 9:00pm on Thursday the 29th February 2024. Please note that leaving your On-Line entry to the last few minutes may mean the system closes before you complete the entry process and make payment. To ensure you don't miss the 9pm cut off due to log in issues, please completed your on-line entry early. Contact the office before 5pm that business day if you have trouble registering, if this contact is not made you will have to complete an on-day entry form, with the on-day entry fee.
Athletes must Sign-In for all events entered at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of the event/s.
There will be NO On-Day entries available
Please note: 1 or more events may have entries closed off prior to the published close of entries if the number of entries taken for an event is determined to be excessive
When entering events, please ensure that you enter the seed performance relevant to the event being entered. Please take careful note of the seed performance format. All track events of 400 metres or more use a format of mm:ss.dd (eg '2:36.23' or 12:26.23'). If you do not use a valid seed performance format, the performance you have entered will be rejected on import to Meet Manager and, instead, it will be shown as 'NT' (ie No Time).
If you have an IPC classification, please enter it against the relevant question in the format "TxxFxx".
All Capital Athletics Meets are conducted in accordance with the current Capital Athletics Rules of Competition (Available at the bottom of the page).
Check-In and Close of On-Day Entries
Athletes who have entered On-Line must Check-In for each of the events that they have entered at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of that event unless otherwise specifically stated on that meets Program of Events. An athlete can Check-In for all events that they have entered when they Check-In for their first event. If an athlete fails to Check-In for an event by the close of the Check-In period, they will be removed from the event. Please note that the Check-In close time is strictly enforced and no exceptions will be made.
On-Day entry closes 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of that event unless otherwise specifically stated on that meets Program of Events. If an athlete fails to lodge an On-Day entry for an event by the close of the On-Day entry period, they will not be allowed to enter that event. They may still enter events with a later scheduled start time. Please note that this close time is strictly enforced and no exceptions will be made.
Athlete Check-In and On-Day entry form lodgement is done at the Administration area. At the AIS, the Administration area is in the Commonwealth Room. This is the building behind the stands and opposite the main straight finish line. At the Woden venue, the Administration area is the ground floor room in the 2 story building opposite the main straight finish line.
Field Event Report Timeframe
Athletes who have entered a field event, witht he exception of Pole Vault, should report to the event site 15 minutes before the scheduled start time for the event. Athletes who have entered the Pole Vault should report to the Pole Vault site 30 minutes before the scheduled start time of the Pole Vault.
World Athletics has amended Rule 5 in relation to shoes worn in competition.
Athletics Australia requires all athletes competing in the Open and Under 20 age divisions (including Para) to submit a Shoe Declaration prior to their first National competition / Permit meet / Continental Tour meet for 2023/24. Once you have declared your shoes, the delcaration will be used for the remainder of Athletics in the ACT events this season.
Example: If you are are 16yr old athlete compeitng in the Open or U20 age group then you need to comply with the Shoe Regulations.
World Athletics Shoe Regulations FAQ's - Click here to view
To submit your shoe declaration please click here.
Please note that World Athletics continually amend the Approved Shoe List as they complete their testing of shoes, therefore athletes should ensure they check this list on a regular basis.
If you require assistance, or have any questions please direct them to Rowan at firstname.lastname@example.org