DCIAA Elementary City Championships
PG Sports Complex
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
**D.C. Public Schools ONLY
Meet start time is 2:00pm
Shanice Abrams, firstname.lastname@example.org; 202-729-3298
**All events start at 2:00pm and shall proceed with a rolling schedule
55 m Hurdles (Prelims) Boys then Girls
55 m Dash (Prelims) Boys then Girls
55 m Hurdles (Finals) Girls then Boys
55 m Dash (Finals) Girls then Boys
4 x 200m Relay
800 m Run
All Field events will receive 3 attempts and it will be finals by mark.
High Jump (Boys then Girls) Starting Height Girls 3'6" Boys 3'8"
Shot Put (Girls then Boys)
Long Jump (Girls then Boys)
Triple Jump (Boys then Girls)
Number of Entries
Please Note, as this is a championship meet there will be a maximum of three (3) entries per event/school and a maximum of one (1) relay/gender entries per meet
All athletes MUST be deemed eligible by the DCIAA to compete in any athletic competition. The DCIAA will adhere to NFHS Track & Field, USATF, and modified DCIAA rules, which are located in our DCIAA Handbook. As the LEA, the DCIAA is allowed to making changes to the NFHS and USATF rules. Please note that rule modifications can be made at any point during the season depending upon the safety of the coach, spectators, and athletes, this includes modifications to handbook procedures.
Uniform Rule- All uniform rules shall be in accordance with the NFHS and USATF standards. Each competitors uniform shall meet all requirements and restrictions as presented in Rules 4-3-1 and 4-3-2 of the NFHS rule book. The competitors uniform shall be issued by the school, worn as intended by the manufacturer, and have the following restrictions:
The uniform must be of a material and design deemed to not be objectionable or offensive by the athletics department of the issuing institution
Each competitor shall wear a uniform bearing the school name and colors.
All Bottoms shall be a solid color.
The waistband of a competitors bottom shall be worn above the hips.
#2 UASTF Rule 143 Athletic Attire
In 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.
Competitors are not allowed to receive any assistance while competing in an event. This assistant 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 eachother during a race
Coaching a competitor from a restricted area
Using an aid during the race or trial (ex: watch, fitbit, GPS device, smart watch, etc)
And all other assistance that is defined by the LEA. Please communicated with the Meet director to receive more examples.
All DCIAA employees 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.
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.
All coaches are responsible for accurately reading the meet registration online as it will pertain the specifics of the meet.
Each coach will be presented with an event sheet prior to the start of the meet. It is the coaches responsibility to check your entries to insure that the correct participants are both listed and reports to the event.
Once a student athlete checks into an event, that event is charged to the whomever the athlete is that has checked in.
Timing: Timing will be provided by M&D Timing
Registration Closes on Sunday, January 12, 2020 at 8:00pm