Meet Information

Online Registration Instructions

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To Request Entry to the meet please contact the meet director: Shanice Abrams at Shanice.Abrams@k12.dc.gov

DCIAA High School Open Invitational

***This meet is open to all high schools and will be sanctioned by the NFHS
PG Sports & Learning Complex
8001 Sheriff Rd, Landover, MD 20785
Saturday, December 7, 2019




Meet Director Contact Information:

Shanice Abrams- 202-729-3298

Shanice.Abrams@k12.dc.gov

Order of Events

8:00am- Entry Into the Field House

8:30am- Coaches Meeting

9:00am- Rolling Times

55m Hurdles (Prelims) (BoysGirls)

55m Dash (Prelims) (BoysGirls)

4x800m Relay

55m Hurdles (Final) (Girls/Boys)

55m Dash (Final) (Girls/Boys)

4x200m Relay

1600m Run

400m Dash

3200m GIRLS Run (Top 30 **Verifiable times for 2018 season)

800m Run

200m Dash

3200m BOYS Run (Top 30 **Verifiable times for 2018 season)

4x400m Relay



Field Events


10:30am-High Jump- Starting Heights Girls 4'4", Boys 4'10" (Will Go on at the Same Time)

10:00am-Long Jump-(Boys/Girls)

10:30am-Shot Put (Girls/Boys)

10:00am-Triple Jump (Girls/Boys)





FIELD EVENTS WILL HAVE 3 (Three) ATTEMPTS ONLY, No Finals!!

ALL FIELD EVENTS ARE FINALS BY MARK (TOP 3 FINISHERS MEDAL).



PAYMENT INFORMATION

ENTRY FEES ARE AS FOLLOWS:



$100.00 (Both Boys & Girls Teams)

$75 (Single Gender Teams)

$75 for DC Teams

**Other pricing please contact the meet director



Please make checks payable to and mail to:



D.C Interscholastic Athletic Association

Attn: Shanice Abrams

(CHECKS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FRIDAY, November 29, 2019)

**a copy of the check can be e-mailed to the meet director at Shanice.Abrams@k12.dc.gov and produced at the meet

Please mail to: 3535 V Street, NE, Washington, DC 20020



AWARDS/SCORING/OPERATION



1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will receive a medals.

Top 3 teams will receive awards

MEET CONDUCT



All athletes MUST be deemed eligible by their state jurisdiction in order to compete in this competition. This meet will adhere to NFHS Track & Field, USATF, and modified DCIAA rules, which are located in our DCIAA Handbook. Please note that rule modifications can be made at any point during the meet depending upon the safety of the coach, spectators, and athletes, this includes modifications to handbook procedures.

  • ATHLETES ARE NOT PERMITTED TO WEAR JEWELRY.

  • COACHES ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE CLERK AREA OR INFIELD OR YOUR TEAM WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. THERE WILL BE A DESIGNATED AREA FOR COACHES TO ASSIST THEIR ATHLETES.
  • Competitors are not allowed to receive any

    assistance while competing in an event. This assistance includes, but not

    limited to:
  • Pacing by a teammate not in the race or persons not

    participating in the event (i.e running along side a competitor)
  • Competitors joining hands with each other during a race
  • Coaching a competitor from a restricted area (outside the coaches box)
  • Using an aid during the race or trial. Aide is defined

    specifically as any device that contains a heart rate monitor, gps, pacing

    through a pulse or a beep and other such functions.
  • And all other assistance that is defined by the LEA.

    Please communicate with the Meet director to receive more examples.
  • Any violation of the above-mentioned assistance will

    result in disqualification. It is the coaches responsibility to ensure the

    above-mentioned disqualification conduct does not occur

  • All student-athletes must wear school uniforms, complying with NFHS uniform rules
  • Also, The DCIAA follows UASTF Rule 143 Athletic AttireIn all events competitors must wear clothing that is clean, designed, and worn so as not to be objectionable. The clothing must be made of a material that is not transparent even if wet. The competitors must not wear clothing that could impede the view of the judges. Athletes' vests should have the same color on the front and back. The size or number of logos on athletes' attire shall be restricted only when required by the IAAF or USOC.
  • All coaches shall not indulge in conduct which would incite players or spectators against the officials and/or DCIAA staff. Public criticism of coordinators, officials or players is unethical and grounds for disqualification from the meet.

  • All Competitors who conduct themselves in an unsporting manner, who are offensive by action or language, or who are found to be in violation of honest effort, shall be warned or disqualified by the referee from the event and from the remainder of the meet.

  • ENTRY INFORMATION

  • Entries must be submitted through Milesplit (dc.milesplit.com).

    In accordance with limited time at the PG Sports and Learning complex events will have the following maximums

  • Maximum of three (3) entries per school/event/gender
  • Only one (1) relay teams/school/event/gender.

  • Registration Deadline is Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at 8:00PM



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