Open Day 2019 – Saturday March 7
Werribee Little Athletics Open Day
Saturday 7th March 2020
Werribee Little Athletics Centre will be hosting an Open Day on Saturday 7th March 2020 to help celebrate its 50th season. The Open Day will be held at the Victoria University Athletics Track, commencing at 1:00pm. First events will be called at 12:50pm and the day will conclude with a fireworks display to recognise 50 seasons of Werribee Little Athletics.
Please CLICK HERE to see a copy of the Final Field Program.
Please CLICK HERE to see a copy of the Final Track Program.
Please CLICK HERE to find a complete list of athletes and their entered events.
Venue: Victoria University Athletics Track, Hoppers Lane, Hoppers Crossing.
Enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Times: Commence 1.00pm with first event call 12.50pm.
The organising committee reserves the right to amend the program if required on the day.
A fireworks display will conclude the evening at approx 9:00pm.
Conditions: No Late Entries or Late Changes will be accepted.
No refunds will be processed. Once an entry is submitted, it’s final.
No protests will be entered into. The decision of the Competition Director or Open Day Manager is final.
Werribee Little Athletics Centre reserves the right to cancel or postpone the event due to extreme weather conditions.
Werribee LAC parents will be required to do duty on the day.
Competition: Generally, competition will be conducted in accordance with LAVIC Competition Regulations as revised September 2019.
Uniform: Centre or Club Uniform with current Subway name patch and Coles patch.
Spikes: Cone/Conical Spikes (Max 7mm) may be worn in accordance with LAVIC rule 143 section footwear and shoes as revised October 2019.
Starting Blocks: May be used in laned track events up to 400m by U11 – U16 Age groups. Only blocks supplied by Werribee LAC may be used. Blocks must be used if Spikes are worn by U11 – U 16 athletes and the athlete is performing a crouch start. All U6 – U16 athletes may do a standing start in all events even when wearing spikes.
Marshalling: All athletes are required to marshal as soon as their event is called over the public address system.
Clash of Events: Every attempt has been made to avoid field to field clashes. There may potentially be field to track clashes, which are unavoidable. In this instance the track will take precedent. If you are at a field event and are called to a track event please make the Chief Official of your field event knows that you have been called to the track. They will liaise with the track to ensure that you are at the start line for you event.
Progression to Final: The first three placegetters of heats (two heats) and the next fastest times will progress to finals. Lanes will be allocated in order of progression to the final. If insufficient athletes marshal for event heats such that only one heat is required, the event will be run as a final at the scheduled heat time. Finals fields will be posted on the club room wall following the completion of heats.
Medals: Medals for first 3 placegetters of finals.