Track Attack Series – 2018
Updated 2018 information – PDF format
This grassroots track and field competition series is open to any school with grades 7, 8 and 9 students, that registers as an Athletics Manitoba School member.
1) Complete and submit the School membership registration form – (Payment for AM School membership is due by December 15th, 2017)
2) Once the office has received the registration form, we will distribute Invoices and instructions for submitting school athlete rosters.
Four Meet Series – All four meets run at the James Daly Fieldhouse in the Max Bell Centre at the University of Manitoba from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Track Attack #1 Tuesday, January 16
Track Attack #2 Thursday, February 1
Track Attack #3 Wednesday, February 14
Track Attack #4 Wednesday, March 14
Schools with less than 15 athletes: $367.50 ($350+ GST)
Schools with 15 or more athletes: $420.00 ($400+ GST)
Individual meets: $105.00 per meet ($100+ GST)
Individual athletes: $26.25 per meet ($25+ GST)
Individual athletes must be a full Athletics Manitoba Member $78.75 ($75+GST), and their school cannot already be entered in the meet.
Ribbons are awarded for the top five places.
All girls will throw 3kg shot puts.
All boys will throw a 4kg shot put.
All Girls: Start to first hurdle 12m; 7.5m spacing between hurdles; 30” height
Grade 7 & 8 Boys: Start to first hurdle 12m; 8.0m spacing between hurdles; 30” height
Grade 9 Boys: Start to first hurdle 12m; 8.0m spacing between hurdles; 33” height
Each school must participate in the running of the meet and will need 2 adults plus 4 – 6 students in order to handle their function at the meet. Jobs will be assigned prior to the first event and the same job will be done at each of the 4 meets (e.g. Long jump officiating, timing, etc.). A list of specific officiating rules will be sent in advance.
Due to a time frame restriction, we will have to limit the number of schools accepted. Those schools opting for participation in the full series will get preference. Parking passes are currently unavailable at the University of Manitoba. Athletics Manitoba will keep you posted of any changes closer to the time of the meet.
Schools are asked to bring their own medical kits as there are no medical personnel at these events.
We must unfortunately remind everyone that student supervision is the responsibility of the schools. We acknowledge the difficulties involved with an event of this type but damages to University property will not be tolerated.
Code of conduct warnings will be issued to schools if necessary and multiple incidents may result in a penalty fee or a removal from future events.