2019 Club Championships - Arrangements
Arrangements for the Club Championships on Sunday:
The final timetable is available below.
Track events will be seeded based on age group, with the heats ordered youngest to oldest.
Please listen for any changes in the timetable. If you have a clash of field/track events, track events take priority, but please report to your field event first and return to your field event immediately after the track event has finished.
Declarations open at 10.00 am in the athletics pavilion (overlooking the finish line), and will close 30 minutes before the published start time of each event. Please declare for all your events at your first visit.
Vest numbers should be worn front and back with each number secured by 4 safety pins, except high jump where only a front number is required.
Refreshments / BBQ
Tea/coffee, home baking and filled rolls will be available throughout the day in the club room overlooking the 100m start.
There will also be a barbeque selling burgers from about 12.00 pm.
We'd appreciate more donations of home baking please, and we're also looking for 4 more parents to make 6 filled rolls each. Please reply if you can help with the rolls.
Club kit including vests, crop tops, hoodies and tracksuit bottoms will be available for purchase from the pavilion.
Most sizes of pullover hoodies are in stock, and we will take orders for zipped hoodies.
New members don't need to wear a club vest and trainers are fine if you don't have spikes yet, unless it's raining in which case spikes would be required for certain events.
If you're travelling from Linlithgow, Winchburgh, Kirkliston or Newbridge, please be aware of a number of road closures for the Pedal for Scotland cycling event.
Pedal for Scotland
Toilets / Changing Rooms
Toilets and changing rooms are available in the main sports centre building.
Spectators should remain outside of the track and field competition areas at all times. Athletes should also avoid crossing the finish line when they're not competing and another race is in progress, as this may interfere with the photofinish.
The infield is restricted to technical officials only, please walk around the outside of the track when moving around the arena.
Please don't bring dogs into the arena, the entire sports centre complex is a dog-free zone.
It takes a big team of officials and volunteers to run athletics competitions.
We’re looking for another 10 parents to help with field events and relay changeovers (no experience necessary), so that everyone only needs to help for about 1 hour on the day.
We'd also appreciate more donations of home baking please, and we're also looking for 4 more parents to make 6 filled rolls each.
Please reply to this email if you can help with any of the above?
Teams for the Medley Relay were drawn randomly at the end of the training session on Wednesday night and are available via the link below.
If anyone forgot to enter and wants to be added to the reserve list, please speak to the declarations team on Sunday.
Also, if you decide to withdraw from the relay, please let the declarations team know.
Chocolate & Bottle Tombola
We're collecting chocolate and bottle donations for a tombola on Sunday.
Donations can be handed in at declarations on Sunday morning.
Entry Lists / Live Results
Entry lists are available via the link below. If contacting us about any errors or omissions, please provide your entry confirmation number or reply to your confirmation email.
Live results will also be available online during the day via the link below.
For Livingston club members and RJT athletes, medals will be presented during the day for 1st/2nd/3rd place in each event for each age group (U11/U13/U15/U17/SEN). U20, Senior and Master athletes will be combined for medal purposes.
All U9 athletes will receive a medal after the last event in their Quadrathlon. Medals will also be presented for the overall 1st/2nd/3rd athletes.
Guest athletes are NOT eligible for medals.
Posted on Friday 6 September 2019