ACALANES TRACK AND FIELDg

CHARLIE EATON/BOB WARREN RELAYS

Acalanes High School
1200 Pleasant Hill Road
Lafayette, CA 94549
 

Friday April 27, 2018

Meet Information
 
49th Charlie Eaton/Bob Warren Relays
Friday, April 27, 2018

 

Location:  

Acalanes High School,

1200 Pleasant Hill Rd

Lafayette, CA 94549

Contact:  

John Crain

jcrain@acalanes.k12.ca.us

925-200-4248

 

Entries:          

www.Athletic.net

 

Start times:              

Pole vault 12:00 p.m.

Field events 1:00 p.m. 

Running events 2:00 p.m. 

 

Timing:          

Electronic (Results will be emailed to coaches and posted on athletic.net)

 

List of events

Shot, Discus, Pole Vault*, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump (FSB, FSG, VB, VG)

100 Hurdles, 110 Hurdles (FSB, FSG, VB, VG)  Two entries per school

100 M (FSB, FSG, VB,VG) Two entires per school

3000 M (FSB, VB) Top 20 times

1500 M (VG, FSG) Top 20 times

6400 Relay**; 3200 Relay**; 1600 Relay; 800 Relay (4x200); 400 Relay

*Pole Vault Minimums; VB 12’, VG 8’6, FSG 6’6, FSB 10’

**6400 and 3200 relays teams may enter a  “B” team

Acalanes parents:

Sign up to volunteer at the meet

 

Schedule of Events 

 

12:00 PM Pole Vault Start Time

Pole Vault (VB, VG, FSG, FSB in that order)

 

1:00 PM Field Events Start Time:

Shot Put (FSG, VG, FSB, VB in that order)

Long Jump (Unified Team, FSB, VB, FSG, VG) 

Triple Jump (VG, FSG, FSB, VB)

Discus (VB, FSB, FSG, VG)

High Jump (FSB, VB, FSG, VG)

 

2:00 PM Running Events Start Time:

100 M (Unified Team Exhibition)

4 x 100 M (Unified Team Exhibition)

4 x 1600 Relay (FSG/VG)

4 x 1600 Relay (FSB,VB)

110 Hurdles (FSB)

110 Hurdles (VB)

100 Hurdles (FSG)

100 Hurdles (VG)

4 x 800 Relay (FSG)

4 x 800 Relay (FSB)

4 x 100 Relay (FSG)

4 x 100 Relay (FSB)

4 x 100 Relay (VG)

4 x 100 Relay (VB)

4 x 800 Relay (VB)

4 x 800 Relay (VG)

100 M (FSG)

100 M (FSB)

100 M (VG)

100 M (VB)

200 M (Kid's Half-Lapper Exhibition. Open to all 13 and unders)

3000 M (VB)

3000 M (FSB)

4 x 200 Relay (FSG)

4 x 200 Relay (FSB)

4 x 200 Relay (VG)

4 x 200 Relay (VB)

1500 M (VG)

1500 M (FSG)

4 x 400 Relay (FSG)

4 x 400 Relay (FSB)

4 x 400 Relay (VG)

4 x 400 Relay (VB)

Volunteer Information

Each Acalanes track family is required to sign up to help at the event.

It's fun! No experience is required.

 

Volunteers sign up here: Eaton/Warren Sign Up Genius 

Event Rules

How to officiate High Jumps and Pole Vault

 

Long Jump and Triple Jump

  • Each athlete receives three attempts. Athletes may jump in any order (first come, first served), and should line up on the runway well back of the next competitor.

  • Each athlete receives three attempts. Athletes may jump in any order (first come, first served), and should line up on the runway well back of the next competitor.

  • A triple jump must start with a jump off of one foot to a landing on the same foot. The athlete must then bound to the opposite foot, from which he or she then must jump into the sand pit.

  • Before a competitor may initiate an attempt, the head event judge must ask the competitor who they are, and from which take off board they intend to take off. 

  • Each athlete receives three attempts. An athlete must initiate an attempt within 1 minute of being called to do so by the head event judge volunteer.

  • One volunteer should be designated as the head event judge, and should be responsible for determining whether the take off is fair or foul, positioning him or herself next to the appropriate take off board. No part of the shoe may extend over the edge of the take off board/stripe nearest the sand pit. If any part of the shoe extends over the edge of the take off board, the attempt is a foul.

  • A foul is charged as an attempt and noted on the score sheet with an "F." Foul attempts are NEVER measured!

  • Another volunteer should be designated as the marker in the sand pit. The marker volunteer must determine the mark made by the athlete that is closest to the take off board. This is the closest impression the athlete makes with any part of his or her body before exiting the sand pit.

  • When measuring a fair attempt, the "0" mark of the tape measure must be held firmly at the edge of the impression nearest the take off board. The head judge should then hold the other end of the tape on the take off board. Effort must be made to keep the tape untangled and level from the sand impression to the board. In addition, the tape should be moved laterally on the take off board relative to the sand impression so as to insure there is no extra distance added to the mark.

  • The head event judge should then read the mark aloud and record it on the score sheet. Marks must always be rounded DOWN to the lesser 1/4 inch.

  • At the completion of completion, the head event judge must determine best marks for each competitor (circle on score sheet). In the event of a tie between best marks, the next best mark by the tied competitors will be used to break the tie. Then the head event judge must indicate final placing of all competitors on the score sheet and deliver it to the score keepers' table near the finish line.

 

Shot Put and Discus

  • Each athlete receives three attempts.  

  • Frosh Soph and Varsity girls must use a 4 kilogram shot. Frosh Soph boys must use a 10 lbs. shot. Varsity boys must use a 12 lbs. shot. Failure to use a correctly weighted implement shall result in disqualification from the event.

  • Measurements in shot put must be reported to the nearest lesser 1/4 inch. 

  • Frosh Soph and Varsity girls must use a 1 kilogram disc. Frosh Soph and Varsity boys must use a 1.6 kilogram disc. Failure to use a correctly weighted implement shall result in disqualification from the event.

  • Measurements in discus must be reported to the nearest lesser whole inch.

  • Taping any part of the throwing hand shall not be permitted unless there is an open wound. Gloves are not permitted. Taping of the wrist is permissible.

  • Typically, the head event judge calls the competitors in the order their names appear on the score sheet; however, at the discretion of the judge, athletes may compete in any order. For instance, athletes competing in concurrent events, may ask to take more than one attempt in succession, or to take a second and third attempt between the first attempts of other athletes.

  • One volunteer should be designated as the head event judge, and should be responsible for determining whether the attempt is fair or foul, positioning him or herself next to the throwing ring. A throw must begin from a stationary position with both feet inside the ring.

  • It is a foul if the competitor...

–Fails to initiate an attempt within 1 minute of being called to do so.

–After stepping into the ring, fails to pause before starting the throw.

–After starting the attempt, touches any surface outside the ring during a throw.

–Throws an implement which hits the cage and/or any object outside the sector before landing in the sector.

–Is not under control before exiting the back half of the ring.

–Leaves the ring before the implement has landed and judge calls "Mark."

–Does not exit the back half of the ring.

  • Specific to shot put:

  • It is a foul if the competitor...

–Allows the shot to drop behind or below the shoulder during the put attempt.

–Touches the top or end of the stop board before the put is marked.

  • A foul is charged as an attempt and noted on the score sheet with an "F." Foul attempts are NEVER measured!

  • Another volunteer should be designated as the marker in the sector. The marker volunteer must determine the first mark made by the implement when it lands within the sector.

  • When measuring a fair attempt, the "0" mark of the tape measure must be held firmly by the marker at the edge of the landing impression nearest the ring. The head judge should then hold the other end of the tape in the center of the ring. Effort must be made to keep the tape untangled and level. The measurement should then be taken at the point the tape meets the edge of the ring.

  • The head event judge should then read the mark aloud and record it on the score sheet.

  • At the completion of competition, the head event judge must determine best marks for each competitor (circle on score sheet). In the event of a tie between best marks, the next best mark by the tied competitors will be used to break the tie. Then the head event judge must indicate final placing of all competitors on the score sheet and deliver it to the score keepers' table near the finish line.