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MMAC Track & Field Champs 2016


TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS,
Pingles Leisure Centre, Avenue Road, Nuneaton CV11 4LX
SUNDAY 5th JUNE 2016 – First Field Event 10.00am: First Track Event 11.00am
 
ENTRY DETAILS (Enter at http://bmaf.org.uk click “Member Login” )
ALL AGE GROUPS: 5 YEAR GROUPS FROM 35; MEN & WOMEN
GUESTS WELCOME FROM OTHER REGIONAL MASTERS CLUBS ONLY
Medals – Championship medals will be awarded in each 5-year age group to the first three in each event provided they reach the required standard for the event: Medal_Standards_Updated_2012_Revised_2014
 
Events:
100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, 5K, 5K Walk, Sprint Hurdles, 400H (Men 35/59 Women 35/49), 300H (Men over 60 Women over 50), Hammer, Shot, Discus, Javelin, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Pole Vault, 200H (M80, W70)
Fees: £8.00 – 1st Event           £3.00 Each subsequent event
(Includes 50 pence to cover First Aid Attendance)
 
CLOSING DATE: 23rd  MAY 2016
PLEASE NOTE THAT NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED
 
Members who DO NOT have internet access can post  a cheque payable MMAC To MMAC T&F Entry, 15 Meadow Lane, Alvechurch, Worcs B48 7LH
stating clearly which events to be entered with best times/distances in the last 2 years.
Important: Please enclose a 110mm x 220mm (DL) 2nd Class sae if an acknowledgment is required.
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About suekb2015

I am a middle distance runner, specialising in 800m, and team manager for Cannock & Stafford AC women's masters team.

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10 thoughts on “MMAC Track & Field Champs 2016

  1. Hello, I’m sorry but I was far from impressed with the timetable change on Sunday of the M50 discus. I had 3 hours to kill between the shot and discus, so took myself off to visit some family members. I got back at 3.30pm for a 4.15pm start, only to find that the event had been moved forward by 45 minutes!! I had 15 minutes to warm-up, which is not enough, so ended up getting injured. When I asked the reason for the change, I was told the officials had had a long day in the field, and wanted to try to get an earlier finish. As I had come all the way from Lincoln, I wasn’t very sympathetic to this. Can someone please explain.

    Posted by Jim. | June 9, 2016, 8:42 pm
    • Many apologies Jim. We have been asked by the Meeting Manager to ensure that next year athletes are advised to book in for their events by 4.00pm to allow for progamme changes.
      This is an established practice at national and international events when events are condensed at the end of the day.
      Our Officials work to ensure that programmes are covered up to the last minute and Sunday was particularly onerous with the hot weather and shortage of Officials.

      Posted by suekb2015 | June 13, 2016, 3:48 pm
      • Thanks very much for replying. That sounds like a good idea, anything to improve the situation would be appreciated, I don’t really want to come all that distance again for the same to happen next year.

        Posted by Jim | June 13, 2016, 8:15 pm
  2. Hi. Is the timetable the same as the one used last year?

    Posted by Brett Davis | May 28, 2016, 5:42 pm
  3. Hi the BMAF site is asking for a username and password to access the homepage. Any one know why?

    Posted by Chris | May 17, 2016, 10:04 pm
    • Hi Chris, you need a username and password to enter events on the BMAF site and renew your MMAC membership. If you don’t have one already then go to http://bmaf.info/, click on ‘Member Login’ (top right) then click on ‘check your access alongside ‘First time users…’.

      Let me know if you have any problems.

      Cheers,
      Sue

      Posted by suekb2015 | May 18, 2016, 6:23 pm

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