January 21

 
Registration are now open for the season 2020/21
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Our current members have been sent an email on 28 September with a link to their personalised registration form. New members can join through the ABOUT/MEMBERSHIP tab or click here

Click here to go to our Membership - Join or Renew here page for further information regarding fees and benefits

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NSWMA Annual Awards Lunch

NSWMA Annual Awards Lunch

NSWMA believes it is really important to celebrate the success of its members and their amazing performances.  

 

Our Awards Lunch is always a great opportunity to catch up with your fellow members, have a chat, a laugh and celebrate the achievements of the past season.  

 

TICKETS: includes a 2 course sit down lunch

NSWMA members subsidised - $40. 

Non-members - $50

Booking link: https://www.trybooking.com/BOFRC

 

Kindly make your booking by 6pm on Monday 8 March for catering purposes.

 
Heavy Weight Pentathlon State Championships 2021 including 56lb and 100lb

The Championships are conducted by NSWMA in accordance with the rules and regulations of World and World Masters Athletics.

 

The Heavy Weight Pentathlon consists of 3 attempts at each of 5 weighted throws, dependant on the age group, followed by the 56lb and 100lb Throws.

 

Events are contested for men and women in 5 year age groups. Your age group is determined by your age on the day of competition.

 

WHEN: Sunday March 14, commencing with the HWP at 9:00am for a 9.30am start. NOTE - the 56lb and 100lb Throws events will commence after the lunch break.

WHERE: Kerryn McCann Athletics Centre, Gwynneville, Wollongong

ENTRIES: Click Here to Register

 

Are open to current financial members of NSWMA.

Members of other state associations may enter, but will not be eligible for an NSWMA state medal if awarded.

Entries close at 11pm on Tuesday 9 March

NO Late entries, and entries on the day will NOT be accepted

Entry fields and exact start times will be emailed to competitors by Thursday 11 March.

 

COST:

NSWMA member $15

Non NSWMA $20

IMPLEMENTS: Throwing implements will be provided, but due to COVID 19 you are encouraged to use your own implements if you have them. Private implements must be submitted for weighing and certification by one (1) hour before your group start time.

EVENT ORGANISER: Gabi Watts - NSWMA Throws Rep - 0409 313 667, fieldrep@nswmastersathletics.org.au

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NSWMA Throws Pentathlon Championships 2021

The Championships are conducted by NSWMA in accordance with the rules and regulations of the World Athletics and WMA.

The Throws Pentathlon consists of 3 attempts at each of the following throwing events in order: Hammer, Shot, Discus Throw, Javelin, Weight.

Events are contested for men and women in 5 year age groups. Your age group is determined by your age on the day of competition.

 

WHEN:   Saturday March 27 commencing at 9:00am for a 9.30am start for Group 1

WHERE:   Campbelltown Athletics Centre, Leumeah

 

ENTRIES:   Click Here to Register

Open to current financial members of NSWMA. Members of other state associations may enter but will not be eligible for an NSWMA state medal.

Entries close at 11pm on Tuesday March 23.

No late entries, and entries on the day will NOT be accepted.

Entry fields and exact start times will be emailed to competitors by Thursday 25 February.

 

COST:  

NSWMA Member   $15

Non NSWMA           $20

 

IMPLEMENTS:

Throwing implements will be provided, but due to COVID 19 you are encouraged to use your own implements if you have them.

Private implements must be submitted for weighing and certification by one (1) hour before your group start time.

 

EVENT ORGANISER: Gabi Watts - NSWMA Throws Rep - 0409 313 667 fieldrep@nswmastersathletics.org.au

 

 
Oceania Masters Athletics Virtual Championships

With the postponement of the January 2021 Oceania Masters Athletics championship event to January 2022, and the closing of country borders throughout the region, Masters athletics in the region have limited opportunities for regional competition. For this reason, the OMA Council has decided that we should promote a virtual championship.

Entries by NSW Masters members for the Oceania Masters Virtual Competition – January 2021:

  1. Virtual Competition is to take place between 1st and 31st January, 2021 in one or more organized meets. Performances should be done under appropriate World Athletics/World Masters Athletics rules and guidelines.

  2. Athletes aged 30 and over on Jan 01, 2021 are eligible to participate.

  3. Financial membership of a state association (ie NSW Masters Association) is required

  4. The program of events for the Virtual Championships is the same as on the program for the Oceania Masters champs (except for Cross country): see below

  5. Individuals may only submit one (1) result for each separate event.  

  6. Awards -Electronic certificates will be made to the first three performances in each 5-year age group for each event.

Program

  • Triple Jump

  • High Jump

  • Long Jump

  • Short Hurdles

  • Long Hurdles

  • Hammer

  • Shot

  • Discus

  • Javelin

  • Weight Throw

  • Throws Pentathlon (HT/SP/DT/JT/WT)

  • Pentathlon Women (100/800/SP/LJ/J)

  • Pentathlon Men (200/1500/LJ/J/D)

  • 60m

  • 100m

  • 200m

  • 400m

  • 800m

  • 1500m

  • 5000m

  • Road Run 10km

  • Steeplechase

  • Half Marathon

  • 1500m Walk

  • 5000m Walk

  • 10km Walk

 

SUBMITTING YOUR RESULTS:

This is the online results submission point, which is open from now until
31 January:  Click Here to submit your Results

 

First Name

Surname

Date of Birth

Federation

Event

Performance

Wind

Venue

Date of Performance

 

Any questions, please contact Rob Clark at treasurer@nswmastersathletics.org.au

 

 
AMA 2021 National Championships Cancellation

The Local Organising Committee of the 2021 AMA National Track and Field Championships has recommended to the AMA Board the scheduled event for March 2021 be cancelled due to uncertainty over the COVID-19 situation.

Despite the extensive efforts the Canberra 2021 Local Organising Committee has made In preparation for the event, to the extent that opening of registrations was imminent, the current COVID-19 outbreaks and State border closures mean that the committee is not prepared to carry on because of the continuing uncertainty.

In consultations with the AMA, the Local Organising Committee also considered postponing to later in 2021, but there was agreement the uncertainty is likely to continue for some time. Therefore, with much regret, the committee wishes to relinquish the 2021 hosting rights, rather than defer to 2022, in the hope that the 2022 hosts are able to proceed with greater confidence.

We wish the hosts of the 2022 Championships all the best, and offer every support to the next hosts to make the 2022 AMA National Championships, the first in three years, the best ever. We realise this comes at great disappointment to many athletes, but the event needs a greater degree of certainty, for both the organisers and the competitors, to proceed.

We extend our sincere apologies to all, and cite these unprecedented circumstances as the driver of our decision.

Further information:
Phil Urquhart: president@australianmastersathletics.org.au

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COVID Safety Protocols at Athletics NSW Interclub Competitions

Due to COVID-19 and NSW Government requirements, we will be delivering our Interclub events safely in 2020/2021

 

In order to be able to deliver events under the current NSW Government COVID-19 restrictions, the following protocols will be followed concerning our Interclub Competitions this season unless otherwise communicated:

  • There will be a maximum of 400 unique entries i.e. 400 total athletes that will be permitted to each Interclub competition. If you are registering for an Interclub event, we ask that you are 100% committed to participating at that event you register.

  • 65 spots will be available for registered coaches and club administrators to attend each event (upon pre-registering via a form provided before each competition), with the remaining spots being occupied by NSW Officials, Club Volunteers and Athletics NSW staff at each Interclub competition

  • Only athletes pre-registered accredited coaches, volunteers, NSW Officials, and Athletics NSW staff will be allowed to attend the event. Unfortunately, at this stage with the current restrictions, Interclub Competition events.

  • Carers for para-athletes will be permitted, upon pre-registering themselves on the form provided before each competition.

  • Athletics NSW will endeavour to provide the safest possible environment for all participants at every event that is delivered throughout the Summer Season 2020/2021

 

If you have any questions regarding the above changes, do not hesitate to contact us at competitions@nswathletics.org.au at any point in time.

We thank you for your understanding of these necessary safety precautions during this period, as we try to provide as many members as possible the opportunity to compete this track & field season. We will regularly update our valued members throughout the season to any further changes regarding the delivery of Interclub Competitions during the Athletics NSW 2020/2021 Summer Season.
 

Yours in Athletics
Athletics NSW

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