ENTRY DEADLINE: All forms of entry close on the 27th April 2016. NO LATE ENTRIES will be accepted.
Entries will close at midnight of the closing date. If you experience any problems please email firstname.lastname@example.org BEFORE midnight of the closing date. Emails submitted after this time will NOT be accepted.
Can only be submitted online. NO individual entries will be accepted by post or by email.
When entering online you will receive two email confirmations, one from scottishathletics and one from the payment provider Sagepay. If you only receive one or neither, please contact scottishathletics otherwise you may not be registered.
If you are experiencing difficulties with entering online, please make sure that your membership is activated. You can check this by contacting scottishathletics on 0131 476 7321 or email: email@example.com
A club entry form is available to download here. These forms must be completed correctly, and posted with payment attached. Club entry forms sent via email will NOT be accepted until payment has been received.
Where an athlete is affiliated to a Scottish club, whether first claim or second claim, athletes must enter a Championship event under their First Claim Scottish club and must enter wear the Scottish club colours.
If entering from outside Scotland, you may enter this event however you need to either be a member of scottishathletics OR a member of your National Governing Body.
As a policy, scottishathletics do not provide refunds. However, if an event receives less than 3 entries, the Championship Committee reserve the right to cancel that event and if no other suitable arrangement can be made, a refund may be offered.
Under 13: Born between 01/09/03 and 31/08/05
Under 15: Born between 01/09/01 and 31/08/03
Under 17: Born between 1/09/99 and 31/08/01
Under 20: Born between 31/12/96 and 31/08/99
Senior: Born before 31/12/96
Master: 35 and over on day of competition (5 year age group)
In District Championships Masters athletes compete as Seniors.
In accordance with UKA Rules of Competition, Rule 141 S1:
- Other than when competing in a combined event U13's may compete in a maximum of 4 events on the day of an athletics meeting, and if so doing, one of these must be a relay
- No athlete in this age group is allowed to compete in any race at 300m & 400m, nor in more than one race between 600m and 1mile inclusive on the same day (24hr Period).
- The above ruling means that U13 athletes who compete in the 1500m races on Friday 13th May are unable to compete in 800m races on Saturday 14th May.
- 800m and 1500m races will be run as Timed Finals. These will be seeded according to athletes declared seed times and personal bests. Medals will be awarded to the three fastest times recorded, regardless of which Timed Final they were achieved in.
- Other than when competing in a combined event U15's may compete in a maximum of 4 events on the day of an athletics meeting, and if so doing, one of these must be a relay
- No athlete in this age group is allowed to run in more than one different event between 600m and 3000m inclusive on the same day (24hr period).
- The above ruling means that U15 athletes who compete in the 1500m races on Friday 13th May are unable to compete in 800m races on Saturday 14th May.
- Triple Jump restrictions: 9m; 7m and 5m boards will be available only. Run Ups will be restricted to a maximum distance of 15m from the take off board.
- Other than when competing in a combined event U17's may compete in a maximum of 4 events on the day of an athletics meeting, and if so doing, one of these must be a relay
- No athlete in this age group is allowed to run in any track event in excess of 5000m
- Junior's may not compete in no more than 5 events on the same day of an athletics meeting. If Junior’s are competing in a combined event they are not allowed to compete in any other event on the same day
- Juniors may only run in track events up to and including 10000m
scottishathletics reserve the right to review and amend Terms & Conditions without prior notice or consultation.
District to National Championships: Qualifying Conditions.
Athletes who finish in the TOP 6 of their respective District Championship Long Jump event will have their entry AUTOMATICALLY accepted into the National Championships in that Age Group.
Athletes who fail to compete in their District Championships, or finish outside the top 6 in order to gain entry to the National Championships must have achieved the following performance in the last 2 years: