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BAD WEATHER POLICY

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Due to the large number of rain outs in previous seasons and the fact that Coffs weather can be torrential one minute and fine the next, and as we are all very keen to give the kids as many nights as possible our bad weather policy is as follows. Little Athletics will be off under the following circumstances only, if ... Read More »

2015/2016 RULE CHANGES

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LANSW rules update – June 2015 [updated Saturday, 1 August 2015] Spike Shoes must not to be worn by U6-U10 athletes. The youngest age group for spiked shoes is U11. Starting blocks can only be used by athletes U11 and above. U9 athletes MUST do the scissor jump for high jump in 2015/16. Athletes doing the scissor jump must land ... Read More »

IMPORTANT NOTE – PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT

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Parents/Guardians Role Because Little Athletics is a totally voluntary organisation, centres cannot operate without the assistance of parents each week in fulfilling the many and varied duties required. These include managing an age group; recording results, helping setup and pack up to name just a few. It is compulsory that at least one parent/adult guardian is present at Toormina Oval ... Read More »

EVENT FACT SHEETS

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The fact sheets are a valuable resource to introduce parents to - ages and correct specifications for the various age groups basic instruction on how to do the event basic rules basic officiating procedures safety considerations You can download copies of the Fact Sheets by clicking on the links below. Starters/Starting Timekeeping Place Judging Hurdles Relays Walks Shot Put Discus ... Read More »

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PARENTS

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A Few Important Points to note PLEASE… 1.  Athletes can only enter events on the official program 2.  Athletes can only do the same event once each week 3.  Athletes need to stay in their lane as crossing lanes is causing issues with records 4.  Athletes must only wear THEIR uniform and number, not their siblings or last year’s number 5.  Athletes must compete in ... Read More »