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1 10 12 YEARS CROSS COUNTRY HOBART, TASMANIA AUGUST 11 14, 2017 Proudly hosted by

2 Contents General Information Organising Committee 3 School Sport Australia Message 4 School Sport TAS Message 5 SSA National Secretary Message 6 Codes of Conduct 7 State Team Officials Contact Details 9 Team Travel Details 11 Photographer Information 11 Athletics Tasmania Event Officials 12 Venues Directions and Maps 13 Medical Information 13 Marshal, Umpire and Spectator Locations 13 Official s Dinner Information 13 Course Maps 14 Individual Cross Country Start Times and Lane Draws 15 Medal Presentations Roster 16 Relay Events Program and Procedure 17 Opening Ceremony Information 19 Participating Team Lists years 20 Participating Team Lists years 33 Host States and Results 53 Pre Event Meeting Agenda 54 Pre Event Meeting Minutes Post Event Meeting Agenda 59 Post Event Meeting Minutes Closing Ceremony Information 64 SSA Recommendations Acknowledgements 73 Rules and Guidelines 74 SSA Award Recipients in the Sport of Cross Country 88 2

3 School Sport Australia Executive President: Acting Executive Officer: Cross Country National Secretary: Graeme Jennings Michael Grant Trevor Wiseman OAM School Sport Tasmania School Sport TAS Board Member: Richard Welsh Organising Committee Championship Convener: SSA Cross Country National Secretary: Richard Welsh Trevor Wiseman OAM

4 Welcome to the 2017 School Sport Australia Championship On behalf of the Board of School Sport Australia, I welcome all students, teachers, team officials and parents to the 2017 School Sport Australia Cross Country Championships. Established in 1981, School Sport Australia is responsible for the development and promotion of school sport in Australia. Each year school sport representative opportunities are provided for over 6,000 students. State and Territory school sport bodies work collaboratively and have accepted responsibility for implementing School Sport Australia programs, assisting in policy development and providing, through their individual state/territory networks, the maximum number of opportunities for students to participate in the broadest possible range of sporting activities. School sport is offered at district, regional, state and interstate level and each year, hundreds of thousands of Australian students are provided with participation opportunities. Approved international programs and the Pacific School Games are features of the national school sport calendar. International competitions planned during 2017 include Football, Hockey, Netball and Water Polo, plus schools representing School Sport Australia will be invited to participate at International School Sport Federation competitions in Athletics and Tennis. Interstate sporting competitions provide opportunities for students to participate in sport at the highest level. These Championships are an integral part of the School Sport Australia program, not only for their sporting benefits, but also for the immense educational, cultural and social benefits they provide for the participants. I extend to all students my best wishes in their pursuit of selection for their State or Territory team and wish them an enjoyable and rewarding experience as they pursue their personal goals in this particular sporting endeavour. Representing a State or Territory is an achievement of which you can feel very proud. I hope that all competitors, team officials, organisers and supporters associated with this Championships derive satisfaction and fulfilment from their involvement. In closing, I wish to acknowledge and thank School Sport Tasmania, Athletics Tasmania, Epic Events and Marketing, the Championship officials and all of the officials from the competing States and Territories for their contribution in ensuring the success of the Championships. Graeme Jennings President School Sport Australia 4

5 Welcome Message from School Sport Tasmania Welcome to Tasmania. On behalf of School Sport Tasmania, it s terrific to host you and your team in Hobart for the 2017 School Sport Australia Cross Country Championships. Congratulations on being selected to represent your State or Territory, or in the case of New Zealand, your country. It s an achievement you should be very proud of, but one you should also aim to have as a stepping stone to a life of more achievements. This week enables you to ply your craft of distance running, while hopefully learning a few things and making new friends. The excursion on Sunday to Port Arthur will be memorable as it is such an important venue in Australian history. You ll also have the opportunity to meet like-minded people from around Australia and New Zealand. Tasmania is excited to welcome you for this event. It is unusual in modern history not to be held in conjunction with Athletics Australia, but we hope that joint event will continue in 2018 and beyond. We trust you ll enjoy the challenging course and conditions that the Rokeby Police Academy. This venue has a long history in Australian distance running, having previously hosted the Australian Cross Country Championships. We d like to thank Athletics South and Athletics Tasmania who have contributed resources to the delivery of this event. Volunteers have also been sourced from Northern Suburbs Athletic Club, UTAS Athletics Club, Eastern Suburbs Athletics Club, Sandy Bay Harrier Club, OVA Southern Saints, Tasmanian Masters Association, Clarence High School, Bayview Secondary College and Lauderdale Fire Brigade. The support from the Tasmanian Government through Events Tasmania is also highly appreciative. We encourage you to download the new School Sport Australia app, available on Apple and Android, plus encourage your friends and family to tune into the livestream, to be broadcast on the School Sport Australia Facebook page. Good luck in your competition and enjoy the experience. Richard Welsh School Sport Tasmania 5

6 A Message from the National Secretary Cross-Country School Sport Australia As the National Secretary for School Sport Australia Cross-Country, I extend a very warm and sincere welcome to the participants, team officials, competition officials and supporters participating in the School Sport Australia Cross Country Championships for I congratulate all students on your selection and thus having the opportunity to represent your state or territory at this Championship. Your selection is a reflection on your dedication, the guidance provided by teachers and coaches and the support of your family. Enjoy this opportunity and treasure the lasting friendships and memories. Since its foundation as a colonial outpost, the city has grown from the mouth of Sullivan s Cove to stretch in a generally north-south direction along both banks of the Derwent River, from 22 km inland from Storm Bay to the point where the river reverts to fresh water at Bridgewater. Hobart has experienced both booms and busts over its history. The early 20th century saw a period of growth on the back of mining, agriculture and other primary industries, and the loss of men who served in world wars was counteracted by an influx of immigration after World War II. In the later years of the 20th century, migrants increasingly arrived to settle in Hobart from Asia. Despite the rise in migration from parts of the world other than the UK and Ireland, the population of Hobart remains predominantly ethnically Anglo-Celtic and has the highest percentage per capita of Australian born residents among the Australian capital cities. The city is located in the state's south-east on the estuary of the Derwent River, making it the most southern of Australia's capital cities. Hobart s harbour forms the second-deepest natural port in the world. Its skyline is dominated by the 1,271-metre Mt Wellington and much of the city's waterfront consists of reclaimed land. Hobart serves as the home port for both Australian and French Antarctic operations and acting as a major tourist hub, with over 1.2 million visitors per year. We are most appreciative of the assistance given by Athletics TAS officials and volunteers along with members of Epic Events and Marketing, in staging this Championship. A Championship such as this could not happen without the support of the athletics community and the TAS Government and we thank the Tasmanian Police for the use of their police training facility, for our National Championships. I personally thank the Local Organising Committee and dedicated volunteers for their commitment to making this championship a success. All the best to everyone involved for a most successful and enjoyable championship. Trevor Wiseman OAM National Secretary Cross-Country School Sport Australia 6

7 ehaviour CODES OF CONDUCT Players Code of Behaviour Be a good sport. Play for enjoyment. Strive for personal excellence Work hard for your team as well as yourself. Treat all team mates and opponents as you enjoy being treated yourself. Play by the rules. Cooperate with team and game officials. Control your behaviour on and off the field. Learn to value honest effort, skilled performance and improvement. Team Managements Code of Behaviour Set a good example for your players. Encourage and create opportunities to develop individual skills. Teach a wide range of team skills. Ensure that the sport is appropriate for the age group and the skill development level of the players involved. Teach your players to be friendly towards officials and opponents. Give all interested students a chance to participate in training and in games. Remove from the field of play any of your players whose behaviour is not acceptable. Keep your own knowledge of coaching and the developments of the game up to date. Support School Sport Australia s policy of a smoke and alcohol free environment. No tour official of the opposite gender should enter the team change rooms until all team members have completed changing. It is most unwise for any team official to be in a situation where the official is alone with a team member without the knowledge of the team management. Parents Code of Behaviour Encourage participation by your children. Provide a model of good sportsmanship for your child to copy. Be courteous in your communication with players, team officials, game officials and Sport administrators. Encourage honest effort, skilled performance and team loyalty. Make any new parents feel welcome on all occasions. Do not interfere with the conduct of any events. Support School Sport Australia s policy of a smoke and alcohol free environment. Spectators Code of Behaviour Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour. 7

8 Remember children play for enjoyment. Don t let your behaviour detract from their enjoyment. Let game officials conduct events without interference. Support skilled performances and team play with generous applause. Demonstrate respect for opposing players and their supporters. Support School Sport Australia s policy of a smoke and alcohol free environment. Administrators and Officials Code of Behaviour Ensure rules, equipment, training schedules and games are safe and match the needs and skill level of the children involved. Ensure that equal opportunities for participation in sports are available for all children. Involve children in planning, evaluation and decision making. Ensure everyone involved, including parents, understand their responsibilities regarding fair play and appropriate behaviour. Encourage a positive attitude towards children s sport i) emphasise fun and enjoyment ii) encourage both teams iii) set a good example iv) encourage the pursuit of personal excellence Be consistent, courteous and helpful toward all participants. Use common sense to ensure that the spirit of the game for children is not lost by overcalling violations. Ensure that adequate supervision is provided by qualified and competent coaches and officials capable of developing appropriate sports behaviour and skill technique, and that these officials are given the opportunity to improve their coaching and officiating. Remember that children play for enjoyment, downplay the importance of rewards. Avoid allowing children s sports programs to become primarily spectator entertainment. Focus on the needs of the participants rather than the enjoyment of the spectators. Distribute a Code of Behaviour sheet to spectators, officials, parents, coaches, players and the media, and take other positive steps to ensure people understand their responsibilities regarding fair play in children s sport. Support School Sport Australia s policy of a smoke and alcohol free environment Media Code of Behaviour Provide coverage of children s sport as well as reporting adult sport. Be aware of the difference between adult s sports programs and children s sports programs. Children are not miniature professionals and adults should not place unfair expectations upon them. Place in proper perspective the isolated incidents of unsportsmanlike behaviour rather than make such incidents the highlight of the event. Focus upon children s fair play and their honest effort. Identify and report on the benefits of children participating in sport. Be aware of the difference between the goals of amateur sports and those of professional sports. Make the readers, viewers and listeners aware of these differences. Make it clear that the professional is an entertainer and wage earner and this, on occasions, may be reflected in the professional athlete s behaviour. 8

9 State Team Officials Official Mobile Accommodation Australian Capital Territory 13&O Coach Gerard Ryan The Old Woolstore 13&O Coach/Manager Des Proctor &O Manager Cathy Tanks &U Coach Craig White 12&U Manager Andrew Heffernan &U Manager Brooke Sinclair 12&U Assistant Coach (UC) Kiley Green New South Wales 13&O Manager Wendy Breen City View 13&O Manager Craig Beacroft &O Manager Greg Allen &O Manager Grant Newell &O Manager Robyn Ackland &O Manager Justine Drew &O Manager Roslyn Hamley &U Manager in Charge Cassandra Patterson Woolstore 12&U Manager Joanne Williamson &U Manager Troy Moran &U Manager Johl Storey New Zealand Team Manager Rhys Taucher Montacute Boutique Team Manager Val Burke Bunkhouse Team Manager Martin Holmes Northern Territory Team Coach Tarrant Edwards Team Manager Costanzo Costa Queensland Tour Larissa Hill Travelodge Manager Werner Botha Manager Dan Bandera Manager Bray Miller Multi Class Manager Anne O Dwyer-Mazur Multi Class Manager Mark Larsen Interpreter Duke Moolenaar Manager Gareth Saunders Manager Lyndall Conaghan Manager Nicky Barrie South Australia 13&O Coach Gary Zeuner The Old Woolstore 13&O Assistant Coach Cheryl Zeuner &O Boys Manager Bob Hunter &O Girls Manager Neil Fuller &U Coach Toby Medlin &U Manager Richard Coote &U Manager Maria Pointon

10 Tasmania State Team Manager Yvette Edwards Head Coach & Asst. Mgr Jacqueline Liffiton Assistant Manager Tessa Johns Assistant Manager Andrew Allison Assistant Manager Rob Mazey Assistant Manager Wenonah Sharman Assistant Manager Jacqueline Liffiton Victoria General Manager Neville Down Riverfront Villas Coach / Manager Liz Gosper Coach / Manager Kate Sly Coach / Manager Emily McClelland Coach / Manager John Neale Coach / Manager Chris Sly Coach / Manager Carly Douglas Coach / Manager Chloe Edwards Coach / Manager Tim O Shaughnassy Coach / Manager Tessa Craig &U General Manager Erik Albers &U Coach/Manager Lyne Barge &U Coach/Manager Vincent Snell &U Coach/Manager Geraldine Gamble &U Coach/Manager Maddison Cua Western Australia Tour Leader Chris Walker The Old Woolstore 13&O Manager Vicki Delves &O Coach/Manager Shane Ellis &U Manager Graham Jones &O Manager Shane Joyce &O Manager Sasha Pomeroy &O Manager Kurt Pomeroy &U Manager Wendy Taylor &U Manager Kylie Windle &O Manager Jacinta Wright

11 Team Arrivals and Departures Arrivals Friday 11 th August State/Territory Arrive Canberra Flight No. Number Arriving ACT VA0625 / VA1528 9:25am 6 officials 16 students NSW Primary QF :25am 4 officials NZ Not Provided NT QF829/1583 (Thurs) 5:40pm 2 Off. + 9 Students QLD QF :25am 10 Off. + tbc students SA Secondary VA :55am 4 officials + 53 students VIC VA 1316 and QF1051 9:30am (both) Athletes (90/42) officias (12/5) WA QF1503 1:45pm 10 Off Students Departures Monday 14 th August State/Territory Depart Canberra Flight No. Number Departing ACT VA1327/ VA279 3:00pm 6 officials 16 students NSW Primary JQ724 8:00pm 4 officials NZ Not Provided NT VA1327/1465 3:00pm 2 Off. + 7 Students QLD VA :25pm 10 Off. + tbc students SA Secondary VA :25pm 4 officials + 48 students VIC VA1333 6:00pm 17 officias athletes WA QF1508 5:15pm 10 Off Students Anita Welsh Photography is proufly the official photographer of the 2027 School Sport Australia Cross Country Championships. Having previously covered major events for Athletics Australia, Run For Your Life Magazine, News Limited and Marathon-Photos.com, their imagaes are world class. Team photo s will be delivered to teams on Monday during the closing ceremony. Individual images will be taken during cross country action on Saturday and made available to view and purchase online at 11

12 Event Officials TECHNICAL DELEGATE: ADMINISTRATION DELEGATES: JURY OF APPEAL: COMPETITION DIRECTORS TECHNICAL MANAGER; CALL ROOM REFEREE/ CHIEF JUDGE: CALL ROOM JUDGES: POST EVENT CONTROL MANAGER: POST EVENT CONTROL JUDGES: OUT OF STADIA REFEREE: STARTERS/STARTERS ASSISTANTS: CHIEF UMPIRE: UMPIRES: CHIEF TRANSPONDER JUDGE: MANUAL TIMEKEEPERS: FINISH LINE JUDGES: FINISH CAMERA JUDGE: ANNOUNCER: CEREMONIAL MANAGER: CEREMONIAL ASSISTANT: EVENT PRESENTATION MANAGERS: Trevor Wiseman OAM Phil Clayton Trevor Wiseman OAM (SSA), Helen Lee (AS), Kirsteen Farrance Richard Welsh Tony Sansom Rosemary Coleman Alice Randall, Lucy Carter, Anna Blackwell, Dusty Rankin, Lydia Atrill, Be Kovacic Helen Lee Karen Leavey Kirsteen Farrance Jarrod Gibson Peter Lyden Lynne Lyden, Sharon Thorpe, Bradley Sansom, Nick Cox, Lynne Sansom Phil Clayton Shelley Miller Helen Lee, Kirsteen Farrance Phil Clayton Grant Penney Cheryl Wilson Helen Hill Mike Grant MEDIA LIAISON: Richard Welsh 12

13 Rokeby Police Academy Driving Directions Venues Medical Information Ambulance Private will be on location both days of competition to provide first aid support to participants, officials and spectators. Hospital The Royal Hobart Hospital 48 Liverpool St, Hobart TAS 7000 Officials Dinner Athletics Tasmania I'm Back Catering - Queens Domain, TAS Domain Athletics Centre, Upper Domain Rd, Queens Domain TAS 7000 Marshal and Umpire Locations MARSHALLS Road Crossing x 2 persons Parking attendants x 8 persons UMPIRE LOCATIONS FOR CROSS COUNTRY RACES 2km/3km loop merge 3km Look (300m into start) Beginning of pine trees (200m into 2km loop start) Road Crossing Round about corner Top of hil 13

14 Individual Races on Saturday 12th August Course Maps Course Maps Course used for Relays on Monday 14 th August 14

15 No. Call Room Deadline Start Deadline Race Time Event Distance Course P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P years Boys 3Km 1 x 3km WA NSW ACT SA QLD TAS VIC NT years Girls 3Km 1 x 3km NSW ACT SA QLD TAS VIC WA NT years Para Boys and Girls 2km 1 x 2km ACT SA QLD TAS VIC WA NSW years Boys 2km 1 x 2km SA QLD TAS VIC WA NSW ACT NT years Girls 2km 1 x 2km QLD TAS VIC WA NSW ACT SA NT years Boys 3Km 1 x 3km TAS VIC WA NSW ACT SA QLD NT years Girls 3Km 1 x 3km VIC WA NSW ACT SA QLD TAS NT Athletics South Event 3Km or 6Km 1 x 3km, or 2 x 3km years Para Boys and Girls 3Km 1 x 3km WA NSW ACT SA QLD TAS VIC Years Boys 3Km 1 x 3km NSW ACT SA QLD TAS VIC WA NT Years Girls 3Km 1 x 3km ACT SA QLD TAS VIC WA NSW NT /17 Years Boys 6Km 2 x 3km SA QLD TAS VIC WA NSW ACT NZ /17 Years Girls 4Km 2 x 2km QLD TAS VIC WA NSW ACT SA NZ /15 Years Boys 4Km 2 x 2km TAS VIC WA NSW ACT SA QLD NT /15 Years Girls 4Km 2 x 2km VIC WA NSW ACT SA QLD TAS NT /19 Years Boys 8Km 1 x 2km + 2 x 3km WA NSW ACT SA QLD TAS VIC NZ /19 Years Girls 6Km 2 x 3km NSW ACT SA QLD TAS VIC WA NZ 15

16 No. Age Group Distance Race Time Medal Presentation 1 11 years Boys 3Km years Girls 3Km years Para 2km years Boys 2km years Girls 2km years Boys 3Km years Girls 3Km years Para 3Km Years Boys 3Km Years Girls 3Km /17 Years Boys 6Km /17 Years Girls 4Km /15 Years Boys 4Km /15 Years Girls 4Km /19 Years Boys 8Km /19 Years Girls 6Km

17 School Sport Australia Cross Country Relays Monday August 14 th 2017 Time Event Distance Starting Order Multiclass Relays Sec line 3, Prim line Years Boys Line 1 4 x 1000m NSW TAS SA VIC QLD ACT WA NT 10 Years Girls Line 2 TAS SA VIC QLD ACT WA NT NSW 8.40 Multiclass Time Trials 1000m Boys 14/15 Line 1 VIC QLD ACT WA NT NSW TAS SA 8.50 Girls 14/15 Line 4 QLD ACT WA NT NSW TAS SA VIC Girls 16/17 Line 3 5 x 2000m ACT WA NT NSW TAS SA VIC QLD Girls 18/19 Line 2 WA NT NSW TAS SA VIC QLD ACT Girls 11 Line 4 NT NSW TAS SA VIC QLD ACT WA 9.35 Girls 12 Line 3 NSW TAS SA VIC QLD ACT WA NT Boys 11 Line 2 4 x 1500m TAS SA VIC QLD ACT WA NT NSW Boys 12 Line 1 SA VIC QLD ACT WA NT NSW TAS Composite Teams Line 3 6 x 1500m VIC QLD ACT WA NT NSW TAS SA yrs Boys Line 1 QLD ACT WA NT NSW TAS SA VIC 5 x 1500m 13 yrs Girls Line 2 ACT WA NT NSW TAS SA VIC QLD Boys 16/17 Line 3 WA NT NSW TAS SA VIC QLD ACT Boys 18/19 Line 1 5 x 3000m NT NSW TAS SA VIC QLD ACT WA Years Boys and Girls Time Trials 1500m ANY ORDER Boys 14/15, Girls 14/15, 16/17, 18/19 Time Trials 2000m ANY ORDER BOYS AT FRONT Boys 16/17, 18/19 Time Trials 3000m ANY ORDER Time Trials and Relays Instructions Time Trial Runners ALL runners in a time trial are to wear the correct label on the left hand side of their singlet/top. If any labels are incorrect with respect to age group/colour please ask the National Secretary for another. ALL runners MUST wear the competition/bib number allocated to them for the individual race. When to give out the label when each athlete is at the Call Room/marshalling area and not before. The label will be removed by the Officials at the end of the chute and placed on a numbered list. For lost labels the official will write in the athletes details into the space allocated for their position. Relay Runners Team Managers will allocate ALL runners with the correct coloured squares for the front and the back of their singlet/top instead of the competition/bib number allocated to them for the individual race. The square will also indicate the order that the athlete is to run in during the relay. At the end of the relay it is imperative that all coloured patches need to be placed neatly with pins removed and placed back inside the plastic pockets provided. Multi-Disability athlete numbers are in a separate pack for the relays. REMEMBER Nomination sheets to be handed in to the National Secretary ON or BEFORE 7.15am on Sunday prior to the relays. At the completion of each relay leg write down the time as indicated by the timekeeper. When the card is complete hand immediately in to the National Secretary and collect all coloured patches. RELAY FINISH LINE PROCEDURE 1. Managers are to complete the relay entry sheets and hand to the National Secretary no later than 7.15am on race morning or on the Sunday night prior to the event. 2. Managers must also complete the same details on the RELAY CARDS for use in compiling their athlete s splits and team times on the Monday of the relay events. 3. As there will be several relays running simultaneously and States have to allocate a separate recorder for each team s RELAY CARD. There will be a separate timekeeper for each separate start/finish line. 4. Recorders for each age group relay team have to write down the times of athletes (on the RELAY CARD) when the incoming athlete crosses their teams finish line (the chief timekeeper will call Out the time of this crossing). 17

18 Managers are requested NOT to use their own stopwatch use only the time from the Official watch. Managers have to calculate each athlete s split time and record it appropriately. 5. When the last runner crosses the finish line, the recorder MUST write down the final team time, BEING the time from the chief timekeepers watch. Completed RELAY CARDS are to be handed back to the National Secretary immediately for collating. 6. Athletes: Must wear the correct coloured patch allocated for their relay. You will be marshalled opposite your teams start/finish line (there is NO call room) and the first and subsequent runners will be led by a marshal onto the correct starting line and in the correct order as on the lane draw table below. The hand touch (which must be clear) will be made within a 20m changeover box After the hand touch is complete, incoming athletes must stop, look and then move outside the barriers/rope and not interfere with other runners. Athletes MUST hand coloured patches back to managers at the completion of their relay. 7. Relay Lane Draws (see attached map for allocated starting line) Time Trials athletes must wear the sticker as supplied by their team manager along with their Individual event bib numbers. Fastest and/or older athletes will line up at the front of the start line. All athletes must report to the starting line when requested. Athletes on crossing the finish line must maintain their position in the chute until their sticker has been removed. If the sticker has been lost during the race, the athlete must give all details to the recorder at the end of the chute. Medal Presentations these will be ongoing throughout the day as soon as the results have been processed and/or calculated as with the Multi- Disability athletes 18

19 Opening Ceremony Runsheet 3pm Friday 11 August Teams assemble on the road leading to the concourse (entry side of the Park) in their designated order, in double file behind the Captain and Vice-Captain, who are holding their state flag. All students are to be dressed in their walk out/dress uniform. Order NSW, NZ, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA, ACT 2.50 Official Party to be in place and seated by 2.55pm 3.00 MC announces each state as they enter to music, or each Captain could read the OC blurb once all teams are assembled) Teams will assemble facing the main building, Captain and Vice-Captain standing in front of their team holding the flag 3.10 MC Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country 3.12 MC invites all to stand for the National Anthem 3.15 MC Introduces the Official Party 3.17 MC invites Shelley Miller, President of Athletics Tasmania to welcome MC to invite Michael Grant, Acting Executive Officer, School Sport Australia to welcome on behalf of SSA 3.24 Winning team Captain/s from 2016 to hand over the trophies to the National Secretary 3.26 MC Invites TAS Team Captains to read the Student Pledge On behalf of all the participants at the 2017 National Cross Country Championship, together, we aspire to achieve our highest level of personal performance and conduct. We promise; To represent our teams with pride To cooperate with all officials To respect and abide by the rules that govern these Championships in the best traditions of the sport And above all.enjoy! 3.28 MC Invites Premier Honourable Will Hodgman, to speak and to officially open the Championship 3.30 Teams and Official Party move off the concourse (music optional) 19

20 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U Multi Disability ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School (M/F) (STATE) (Distance/CC/age) Classification 1 Peter Vermeulen M ACT 2k CC 12 Years Harrison School TO1 (AU2) 2 Greg Venner M QLD 2k CC 10 Years Bundaberg Special School T20 3 Alivia Hunt F QLD 2k CC 11 Years Bayside Christian College T20 4 Adam Moss M QLD 2k CC 11 Years Tinana State School T38 5 Daniel Pretorius M QLD 2k CC 11 Years St Luke's Anglican School T46 6 Lilly Laubscher F QLD 2k CC 12 Years Beenleigh High School T20 7 Lachlan Cougan M QLD 2k CC 12 Years Ashwell State School T20 8 Nyle McQuitty M QLD 2k CC 12 Years Indooroopilly State High School T01 9 Matthew Taylor M QLD 2k CC 12 Years Urangan State High School T20 10 Sam Stunnell M SA 2k CC 11 Years Prince Alfred College T37 11 Jed Davis M SA 2k CC 12 Years SA School for Vision Impaired T13 12 Angus Hincksman M SA 2k CC 12 Years Tatachilla Lutheran College T38 13 Stephanie Bruzzese F NSW 2k CC 10 Years St Vincent s Primary Catholic School T20 14 Sybella Warton F NSW 2k CC 10 Years Allambie Heights Public School T37 15 Charlize Colwell F NSW 2k CC 10 Years Oak Flats Public School T37 16 Matthew Engesser M NSW 2k CC 10 Years St. Paul the Apostle, Winston Hills T37 17 Will Currie M NSW 2k CC 10 Years Asquith Public School T20 18 Shane Lawless M NSW 2k CC 10 Years Budgewoi Public School T20 19 Charlize Tran F NSW 2k CC 11 Years St John s Riverstone T37 20 Finlay Bragg M NSW 2k CC 11 Years Northern Beaches Christian School T37 20

21 ALL 12&U Multi Disability ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School Classification 21 Jackson Love M NSW 2k CC 11 Years Narrabeen North Public School T37 22 Geoffrey Grindley M NSW 2k CC 11 Years Forster Public School T20 23 Indiana Cooper F NSW 2k CC 12 Years Gundagai Public School T38 24 Shailee Dawson-Hore F NSW 2k CC 12 Years Cambridge Park Public School T20 25 Samuel Gould M NSW 2k CC 12 Years Tweed Heads South Public School T20 26 Jesse James M NSW 2k CC 12 Years Moree Public School T20 27 Sandra Muleta F VIC 2k CC 10 Years Ashwood T20 28 Ethan Goktepe M VIC 2k CC 10 Years Mount View PS T01 29 Ben Baulch M VIC 2k CC 10 Years Yarra Valley GS T01 30 Lochlan Warren M VIC 2k CC 10 Years Ashwood T20 31 Saskia Myers-Hately F VIC 2k CC 11 Years Mount View PS T01 32 Ori Drabkin M VIC 2k CC 12 Years Oakleigh South PS T35 21

22 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School (M/F) (STATE) (Distance/CC/age) 1 Amelia Norton F ACT 2k CC 10 years St Jude's Primary 2 Ella Norton F ACT 2k CC 10 years St Jude's Primary 3 Amber Smith-Gibson F ACT 2k CC 10 years Radford College 4 Zoe Honeybrook F ACT 2k CC 10 years Ainslie Primary 5 Imogen Horn F ACT 2k CC 10 years Farrer Primary 6 Isabella Wallis F ACT 2k CC 10 years Red Hill Primary 7 William Polinelli M ACT 2k CC 10 years Marist College 8 Samuel Hillier M ACT 2k CC 10 years Turner Primary 9 Lincoln Nicholson M ACT 2k CC 10 years Fraser Primary 10 Jacob Eaton M ACT 2k CC 10 years St Matthew's Primary 11 Caleb Nixon M ACT 2k CC 10 years Holy Spirit Primary 12 Jack Blundell M ACT 2k CC 10 years Brindabella Christian College 13 Chloe Smith F ACT 3k CC 11 years Macgregor Primary 14 Freya Main F ACT 3k CC 11 years Majura Primary 15 Sarah Walker F ACT 3k CC 11 years Miles Franklin Primary 16 Ebony King F ACT 3k CC 11 years Amaroo School 17 Emma Kennard F ACT 3k CC 11 years Burgmann Anglican School 18 Milly McCabe F ACT 3k CC 11 years Fadden Primary 19 Cameron Myers M ACT 3k CC 11 years Aranda Primary 20 Jett Barker M ACT 3k CC 11 years Majura Primary 21 Ryan Cuzner M ACT 3k CC 11 years St Monica's Primary 22 Andrew Camp-Liddiard M ACT 3k CC 11 years St John the Apostle Primary 23 Jacob Shepherd M ACT 3k CC 11 years Marist College 24 Owen Radajewski M ACT 3k CC 11 years Majura Primary 22

23 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 25 Stephanie Torley F ACT 3k CC 12 years Theodore Primary 26 Chelsea Moroney F ACT 3k CC 12 years Macgregor Primary 27 Josie Lemm F ACT 3k CC 12 years Majura Primary 28 Isabella Oloyede F ACT 3k CC 12 years Canberra Girls Grammar 29 Skyla Robinson McEvoy F ACT 3k CC 12 years Campbell High 30 Jaime Brennan F ACT 3k CC 12 years Good Shepherd School 31 Noah Steinacker M ACT 3k CC 12 years Canberra High 32 Ariel Hutchinson M ACT 3k CC 12 years Canberra Boys Grammar 33 George Illingworth M ACT 3k CC 12 years Torrens Primary School 34 Jacob Miller M ACT 3k CC 12 years Radford College 35 John Maguire M ACT 3k CC 12 years Canberra Boys Grammar 36 Elton Blackburn M NT 2k CC 10 years Kormilda College 37 Damon James M NT 3k CC 11 years Alyangula Area School 38 Toby Daley M NT 3k CC 11 years Casuarina Street Primary 39 Hayley Messenger F NT 3k CC 11 years The Essington School 40 Mikayla Thomson F NT 3k CC 11 years The Essington School 41 Abbey Pickering Budd F NT 3k CC 11 years Kormilda College 42 Ivy Boothroyd F NSW 2k CC 10 years Grays Point Public School 43 Fleur Cooper F NSW 2k CC 10 years Mosman Public School 44 Sarah Baker F NSW 2k CC 10 years Wenona School 45 Angie Le Roux F NSW 2k CC 10 years Abbotsford Public School 46 Montana Doubell F NSW 2k CC 10 years Shell Cove Public School 47 Joshua O Connell M NSW 2k CC 10 years Abbotsford Public School 48 Daniel Williams M NSW 2k CC 10 years Nambucca Heads Public School 23

24 ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 49 Toby Dorahy M NSW 2k CC 10 years Denistone East Public School 50 Samuel Govender M NSW 2k CC 10 years Valentine Public School 51 Harry Halleen M NSW 2k CC 10 years Stanmore Public School 52 Ella Penman F NSW 3k CC 11 years St Pius X Primary School Dubbo 53 Hannah Jarvis F NSW 3k CC 11 years Belmont Public School 54 Xanthe Cogan F NSW 3k CC 11 years St Philomenas Moree 55 Ingrid Kingsmill F NSW 3k CC 11 years Lane Cove Public School 56 Sienna Kinder F NSW 3k CC 11 years Merewether Heights Public School 57 Jack McClatchie M NSW 3k CC 11 years Pleasant Heights Public School 58 Ty Leadbeatter M NSW 3k CC 11 years Blacksmiths Public School 59 Luca Gillard M NSW 3k CC 11 years Balmain Public School 60 Jack Caldwell M NSW 3k CC 11 years Eden Public School 61 George Verco M NSW 3k CC 11 years The Scots College Prep 62 Imogen Stewart F NSW 3k CC 12 years Gymea North Public School 63 Alexandra Field F NSW 3k CC 12 years Kincoppal Rose Bay School 64 Jessica Gocher F NSW 3k CC 12 years Loreto - Kirribilli 65 Mia Toohey F NSW 3k CC 12 years Our Lady of Fatima Primary School 66 Alexandria Kalamvokis F NSW 3k CC 12 years Mater Dei Primary School 67 Tayne Ward M NSW 3k CC 12 years Mount Kembla Public School 68 Jack Waide M NSW 3k CC 12 years Our Lady of Fatima Primary School Caringbah 69 Tom Tullett M NSW 3k CC 12 years Newport Public School 70 Adam Williams M NSW 3k CC 12 years Tamworth Public School 71 Daniel Hopper M NSW 3k CC 12 years St Thomas Catholic Primary School 72 Kyah Anderson F QLD 2k CC 10 years Currumbin Primary School 73 Annabel Bright F QLD 2k CC 10 years Wilston State School 24

25 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 74 Sienna Burnham F QLD 2k CC 10 years Ormeau State School 75 Jessica Fletcher F QLD 2k CC 10 years New Farm State School 76 Monica Heeremans F QLD 2k CC 10 years Morten Bay College 77 Denielle Hills F QLD 2k CC 10 years Faith Christian School Kingston 78 Cooper Beachy-Head M QLD 2k CC 10 years Ambrose Treacy College 79 Edward Curran M QLD 2k CC 10 years Toowoomba East State School 80 William Curran M QLD 2k CC 10 years Toowoomba East State School 81 Fletcher Medway M QLD 2k CC 10 years Samford State School 82 Dylan Smith M QLD 2k CC 10 years Fraser Coast Anglican College 83 Declan Warnes M QLD 2k CC 10 years Genesis Christian College 84 Aspen Anderson F QLD 3k CC 11 years Currumbin State Primary School 85 Georgie Gilroy F QLD 3k CC 11 years Brookfield State School 86 Ruby Hughes F QLD 3k CC 11 years St Augustines Parish Primary School 87 Joanna McRae F QLD 3k CC 11 years Pittsworth State School 88 Gabrielle Schmidt F QLD 3k CC 11 years St Peters Lutheran College 89 Ella Wilson F QLD 3k CC 11 years Dalby Christian College 90 Isaac Bennett M QLD 3k CC 11 years Samford State School 91 Archer Black M QLD 3k CC 11 years Toowoomba Grammar School 92 Matthew Lowe M QLD 3k CC 11 years St Brigid s Primary School 93 Seth Mahony M QLD 3k CC 11 years Sherwood State School 94 Charlie Randall M QLD 3k CC 11 years Toowoomba Grammar 95 Blake Turner M QLD 3k CC 11 years Genesis Christian College 96 Isabella Harte F QLD 3k CC 12 years Ascot State School 97 Amelia (Milly) Hunt F QLD 3k CC 12 years Mount Saint Michaels College 98 Millie Hunt F QLD 3k CC 12 years Brisbane Girls Grammar School 25

26 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 99 Harriet Lloyd-Jones F QLD 3k CC 12 years Downlands College 100 Paige O'Connor F QLD 3k CC 12 years Nanango State High 101 Eva Parish F QLD 3k CC 12 years Varsity College 102 James Alexander M QLD 3k CC 12 years Brisbane Boys' College 103 Peyton Craig M QLD 3k CC 12 years Chancellor State College 104 Dylan Devine M QLD 3k CC 12 years Coomera Anglican College 105 Jamie O'Shea M QLD 3k CC 12 years St. Mary's Middle School Goondiwindi 106 Samuel Pickett M QLD 3k CC 12 years John Paul College 107 Joseph Saunders M QLD 3k CC 12 years Rainworth State School 108 Erin Shepherd F SA 2k CC 10 years Westminster School 109 Emma Lovell F SA 2k CC 10 years Greenwith Primary School 110 Zara Pelham F SA 2k CC 10 years Burnside Primary School 111 Hannah Timpani F SA 2k CC 10 years Star of the Sea School 112 Ashleigh Slobedman F SA 2k CC 10 years Belair Primary School 113 Elle Rose Shearer F SA 2k CC 10 years St Michael's Lutheran Primary School 114 Archie Walsh M SA 2k CC 10 years St Francis School 115 Harry Silvestri M SA 2k CC 10 years Mercedes College 116 Jacob Salmon M SA 2k CC 10 years Tenison Woods College 118 Lachlan Huddy M SA 2k CC 10 years Westport Primary School 119 James McGorman M SA 2k CC 10 years St Michael's College: Primary School 120 James McManus M SA 2k CC 10 years Grange Primary School 121 Bethany Sternagel F SA 3k CC 11 years Tyndale Christian School - Salisbury East 122 Katie Natt F SA 3k CC 11 years Westminster School 123 Daisy Braithwaite F SA 3k CC 11 years Rose Park Primary School 124 Elka Briggs F SA 3k CC 11 years St Catherine's Stirling Cath Par Sch 26

27 ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 125 Sarah Beames F SA 3k CC 11 years Moorook Primary School 126 Reilly Curran F SA 3k CC 11 years Westminster School 127 Wil Holmes M SA 3k CC 11 years Christian Brothers' College 128 Noah Chlanda M SA 3k CC 11 years Mercedes College 129 Mitchell Llewellyn M SA 3k CC 11 years Modbury West School 130 Beau Ryan M SA 3k CC 11 years St Brigid's Catholic Primary School 131 Henry McKinnon M SA 3k CC 11 years Seacliff Primary School 132 Jake Hall M SA 3k CC 11 years St Michael's College 133 Tia Dahlitz F SA 3k CC 12 years Loxton Primary School 134 Jessica McManus F SA 3k CC 12 years Grange Primary School 135 Isabella Cant F SA 3k CC 12 years St Joseph's School - Renmark 136 Matilda Angel F SA 3k CC 12 years Stirling East Primary School 137 Kate Lovell F SA 3k CC 12 years Greenwith Primary School 138 Amelia Stevens F SA 3k CC 12 years Port Lincoln Primary School 139 Silas Holmes M SA 3k CC 12 years Pimpala Primary School 140 Nicholas Robinson M SA 3k CC 12 years Rostrevor College 141 Oliver Reilly M SA 3k CC 12 years Stradbroke Primary School 142 William Brumby M SA 3k CC 12 years St Peter's College 143 Jonathan Harris M SA 3k CC 12 years St Peter's College 144 Sam Pridham M SA 3k CC 12 years Frances Primary School 145 Averyl Quinn F TAS 2k CC 10 years Sacred Heart College 146 Abbey Berlese F TAS 2k CC 10 years Sacred Heart Launceston 147 Jemima Lennon F TAS 2k CC 10 years Lennah Valley 148 Sophie Marshall F TAS 2k CC 10 years Scotch Oakburn 149 Lucy Smith F TAS 2k CC 10 years Perth 27

28 ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 150 Jessica Smith F TAS 2k CC 10 years St Mary's College 151 Isaac Melling M TAS 2k CC 10 years Swansea 152 Lucas Atkinson M TAS 2k CC 10 years Dominic 153 Luke Palmer M TAS 2k CC 10 years Bellerive 154 Eli Wood M TAS 2k CC 10 years Dodges Ferry 155 Jarvis Breen M TAS 2k CC 10 years West Launceston 156 Hamish Cook M TAS 2k CC 10 years Stella Maris 157 Charli Davis F TAS 3k CC 11 years Burnie 158 Cate Clingeleffer F TAS 3k CC 11 years Corpus Christi 159 Mikayla Ireland F TAS 3k CC 11 years Blackmans Bay 160 Avalon Forbes F TAS 3k CC 11 years Howrah 161 Edith Meadows F TAS 3k CC 11 years Lenah Valley 162 Adina Johnson F TAS 3k CC 11 years Scottsdale 163 Oliver Sims M TAS 3k CC 11 years Our Lady of Lourdes 164 Jacob Gardner M TAS 3k CC 11 years Mt Nelson 165 Harry Brereton M TAS 3k CC 11 years St James Catholic College 166 Luke McHugh M TAS 3k CC 11 years Deloraine 167 Aidan O'Connor M TAS 3k CC 11 years Riverside 168 Hugh Giblin M TAS 3k CC 11 years Waimea Heights 169 Isabella Davie F TAS 3k CC 12 years Sacred Heart Launceston 170 Ella Atkins F TAS 3k CC 12 years Fahan 171 Millie Smith F TAS 3k CC 12 years Perth 172 Metasebia Duggan F TAS 3k CC 12 years St Aloysius 173 Emily Best F TAS 3k CC 12 years Princess Street 174 Jasmine Irani F TAS 3k CC 12 years Scoth Oakburn 28

29 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 175 Joshua Hewitt M NSW 3k CC 11 years Peakhurst West P.S. 176 Joel Offord M NSW 3k CC 11 years Macarthur Anglican School 177 Kalani Vella M NSW 3k CC 11 years Mount Terry P.S. 178 Jessica Bird F NSW 3k CC 12 years Hornsby South P.S. 179 Grace Elliott F NSW 3k CC 12 years St. Declans Primary, Penshurst 180 Paige Luck F NSW 3k CC 12 years Coramba P.S. 181 Sophie Ferenczi F NSW 3k CC 12 years Randwick P.S. 182 Cloe Nolan F NSW 3k CC 12 years Kororo P.S. 183 Hamish Hart M NSW 3k CC 12 years Wagga Wagga P.S. 184 Charlie Jeffreson M NSW 3k CC 12 years The King's School 185 Bailey Habler M NSW 3k CC 12 years Waverley College, Waterford 186 Andrew Laycock M NSW 3k CC 12 years Glenbrook P.S. 187 Benjamin Thomas M NSW 3k CC 12 years Glenhaven P.S. 188 Oliver Sims M TAS 2k CC 10 years Our Lady of Lourdes - Devonport 189 Max Roney M TAS 2k CC 10 years Sacred Heart Primary School Launceston 190 Jacob Gardner M TAS 2k CC 10 years Mt Nelson Primary School 191 Jesse Deans M TAS 2k CC 10 years Riverside Primary 192 Harry Brereton M TAS 2k CC 10 years St James Catholic College 193 Jessica McCallumsmith F TAS 2k CC 10 years Scotch Oakburn College, Launceston 194 Charli Davis F TAS 2k CC 10 years Burnie Primary School 195 Cate Clingeleffer F TAS 2k CC 10 years Corpus Christie 196 Prue Clarke F TAS 2k CC 10 years Waimea Heights Primary 197 Bonnie Talbot F TAS 2k CC 10 years Punchbowl Primary - Launceston 198 James Clues M TAS 3k CC 11 years The Friends school 199 Alexander Woodberry M TAS 3k CC 11 years Stella Maris Primary School 29

30 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 200 Tom Winkel M TAS 3k CC 12 years Forth 201 James Clues M TAS 3k CC 12 years Friends 202 Gashu Denekew M TAS 3k CC 12 years Sacred Heart Newtown 203 Riley Griggs M TAS 3k CC 12 years St Aloysius 204 Declyn Tanner F VIC 2k CC 10 years Mt Eliza PS 205 Rachel White F VIC 2k CC 10 years Templestowe Valley PS 206 Soha Abdelrahim F VIC 2k CC 10 years Casey Grammar School 207 Baia Pugh F VIC 2k CC 10 years St Josephs Wonthaggi 208 Stella Sakalas F VIC 2k CC 10 years Black Rock PS 209 Sarah Dickson F VIC 2k CC 10 years Belmont PS 210 Sebastian Farrelly M VIC 2k CC 10 years Kunyung PS 211 Sam Allen M VIC 2k CC 10 years Scotch College 212 Joseph Lettieri M VIC 2k CC 10 years St Peter Apostle Hoppers Crossing 213 Hugh Haebich M VIC 2k CC 10 years Chilwell PS 214 Will Katic M VIC 2k CC 10 years Trinity Grammar School 215 Will Djatschenko M VIC 2k CC 10 years Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception 216 Daisy Sudholz F VIC 3k CC 11 years St Michaels & St Johns Horsham 217 Elyse Volk F VIC 3k CC 11 years Hillcrest CC 218 Kareema Wakim F VIC 3k CC 11 years Carey Baptist GS Kew 219 Cleo Richardson F VIC 3k CC 11 years Loreto Mandeville Hall 220 Caitlin Woods F VIC 3k CC 11 years Wesley College 221 Hamish Terris M VIC 3k CC 11 years Kunyung PS 222 Jones Gorton M VIC 3k CC 11 years Elwood PS 223 Archie Caldow M VIC 3k CC 11 years Miners Rest PS 224 Hamish Donohue M VIC 3k CC 11 years Coatesville PS 30

31 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 225 Jones Gorton M VIC 3k CC 11 years Elwood PS 226 Archie Caldow M VIC 3k CC 11 years Miners Rest PS 227 Hamish Donohue M VIC 3k CC 11 years Coatesville PS 228 Bob (Wadah) Abdelrahim M VIC 3k CC 11 years Casey Grammar School 229 Tyson Nagel M VIC 3k CC 11 years Ivanhoe Grammar School 230 Kiara Flavel F VIC 3k CC 12 years Emerald PS 231 Amy Bunnage F VIC 3k CC 12 years Haileybury College 232 Claudia Hollingsworth F VIC 3k CC 12 years Black Rock PS 233 Niamh Tabit F VIC 3k CC 12 years St Bernards Primary 234 Gemma Dennison F VIC 3k CC 12 years Toorak College 235 Bridie Hill F VIC 3k CC 12 years St Joan of Arc Brighton 236 Kane Marriott M VIC 3k CC 12 years Glen Katherine PS 237 Wolfgang Cotra-nemesi M VIC 3k CC 12 years Fitzroy North PS 238 Xavier Scott M VIC 3k CC 12 years Haileybury College 239 Jake Donaldson M VIC 3k CC 12 years Beaumaris Nth PS 240 Joel Bell M VIC 3k CC 12 years Our Lady of Fatima Rosebud 241 Jack Flanagan M VIC 3k CC 12 years Bacchus Marsh PS 242 Sharni Chapple F WA 2k CC 10 years Calista Primary School 243 Ava Cuffe-Hodges F WA 2k CC 10 years Calista Primary School 244 Danielle Graham F WA 2k CC 10 years Quinns Baptist College 245 Billie Mincham F WA 2k CC 10 years Santa Maria College 246 Sasson Notley F WA 2k CC 10 years St Peters Primary School 247 Santina Pillonel F WA 2k CC 10 years Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School 248 Coen Davies M WA 2k CC 10 years Kinross Primary School 249 Jonah Hanikeri M WA 2k CC 10 years Christchurch Grammar School 31

32 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 250 Oliver Knuckey M WA 2k CC 10 years Scotch College 251 Quinn Lockwood M WA 2k CC 10 years Alkimos Beach Primary School 252 Tyler Woolley M WA 2k CC 10 years Peter Moyes Anglican Community School 253 Emily Bailey F WA 3k CC 11 years Armadale Primary School 254 Scarlett Barnes F WA 3k CC 11 years South Perth Primary School 255 Nadia Godley F WA 3k CC 11 years Tapping Primary School 256 Leola Hall F WA 3k CC 11 years Peter Moyes Anglican Community School 257 Ella Matthews F WA 3k CC 11 years St Jeromes Primary School 258 Cara Monterosso F WA 3k CC 11 years Wembley Primary School 259 Thomas Alexander M WA 3k CC 11 years North Beach Primary School 260 Hamish Davis M WA 3k CC 11 years Hale School 261 Zachary Gibson M WA 3k CC 11 years Hale School 262 Ky Hehir M WA 3k CC 11 years Ardross Primary School 263 Joshua Myburgh M WA 3k CC 11 years St Brigids College 264 Elih Watts M WA 3k CC 11 years Bull Creek Primary School 265 Megan Bell F WA 3k CC 12 years Aubin Grove Primary School 266 Alexandra Griffin F WA 3k CC 12 years St Georges Anglican Grammar School 267 Sienna Hanikeri F WA 3k CC 12 years Presbyterian Ladies College 268 Hayley Jones F WA 3k CC 12 years Penrhos College 269 Maya Kenny F WA 3k CC 12 years Santa Maria College 270 Tia McArthur F WA 3k CC 12 years Leeming Senior High School 271 Caden Barnett M WA 3k CC 12 years Trinity College 272 Zachary Bryan M WA 3k CC 12 years Hale School 273 Jacob Evans M WA 3k CC 12 years Carramar Primary School 274 Mitchell Keene M WA 3k CC 12 years Dongara District High School 32

33 ALL 12&U ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 275 Thomas Millard M WA 3k CC 12 years Melville Primary School 276 Joshua Neervoort M WA 3k CC 12 years North Cottesloe Primary School ALL Multi Disability ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Team Name Event Code School Gender Classification 1 Sam Torley M ACT 3k CC 14/15 Years Wanniassa High School T20 2 Sarah Ashleigh F ACT 3k CC years St Clare's College T01 3 Abby Craswell F QLD 3k CC13 Years Moreton Bay College T36 4 Kyrna Crump F QLD 3k CC13 Years Centenary Heights State High School T20 5 Poppy Richards F QLD 3k CC13 Years Siena Catholic College T37 6 Matthew Scott M QLD 3k CC13 Years Seton College T20 7 Aidan Witt M QLD 3k CC13 Years Urangan State High School T01 8 Celeste Pratt F QLD 3k CC 14/15 Years Fairholme College T38 9 Jessie Venner F QLD 3k CC 14/15 Years Bundaberg State High School T20 10 Blake Anderson M QLD 3k CC 14/15 Years Kilcoy State High School T37 11 River McQuitty M QLD 3k CC 14/15 Years Indooroopily State High School T01 12 Bradley Syle-Gray M QLD 3k CC 14/15 Years Alexandra hills state high school T20 13 Tara Elvery F QLD 3k CC years Mansfield State High School T01 14 Madeleine McTernan F QLD 3k CC years Varsity College T20 15 Blair Taylor M QLD 3k CC years Clifford Park Special School T20 16 Jayden Taylor M QLD 3k CC 14/15 Years Seton College T20 17 Richard Bridges M QLD 3k CC years Murgon State High School T20 18 Elijah Farrugua M QLD 3k CC years Beaudesert State High School T20 19 Matthew Gorry M QLD 3k CC years Canterbury College T20 20 Darryl Bridges M QLD 3k CC years Murgon State High School T20 33

34 ALL Multi Disability ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Team Name Event Code School Gender Classification 21 Raynor Keane M WA 3k CC years Leeming SHS ESC T20 22 Mali Lovell F NSW 3k CC13 Years NBSC Mackellar Girls Campus T36 23 Lainee Harrison F NSW 3k CC13 Years Hunter Sports High T37 24 Shiralee Thurlow F NSW 3k CC13 Years Blayney High School T20 25 Luke Small M NSW 3k CC13 Years Magdalene Catholic High T40 26 Joshua Feneley M NSW 3k CC13 Years St Leos Catholic College T20 27 Tylor Shorter M NSW 3k CC13 Years Shoalhaven High School T12 28 Courtney Webeck F NSW 3k CC 14/15 Years Gloucester T12 29 Edward Parker M NSW 3k CC 14/15 Years Asquith Boys High School T20 30 Blaze Quinlan M NSW 3k CC 14/15 Years Kempsey High School T20 31 Belinda Scott F NSW 3k CC years St Edmunds School T20 32 Ebonie Cooper F NSW 3k CC years Ballina Coast High School T20 33 Idris Fagouf M NSW 3k CC years Doonside High School T20 34 Hayden Flanagan M NSW 3k CC years TLSC The Entrance Campus T20 35 Vincent De Rover M NSW 3k CC years St Lukes Grammar School T37 36 Tara Hunt F VIC 3k CC13 Years Ashwood T20 37 Zack Matthews M VIC 3k CC13 Years St Brigids PS Gisborne T20 38 Dekklin Naudi M VIC 3k CC13 Years Swan Hill SS T20 39 Ben Franklin M VIC 3k CC13 Years Heatherwood T20 40 Montana Haag Witherden F VIC 3k CC 14/15 Years Ashwood T20 41 Molly Thatcher F VIC 3k CC 14/15 Years Ashwood T20 42 Gina Richards F VIC 3k CC 14/15 Years Naranga T20 43 Kane Marriner M VIC 3k CC 14/15 Years Naranga T20 44 Matthew McIntyre M VIC 3k CC 14/15 Years Eastern Ranges T20 45 Adam Bruckboeg M VIC 3k CC 14/15 Years Berendale T20 46 Georgia Powning F VIC 3k CC years Ashwood T20 47 Montana Whiteley F VIC 3k CC years Ashwood T37 34

35 ALL Multi Disability ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Team Name Event Code School Gender Classification 48 Ela Kuver F VIC 3k CC years Ashwood T20 49 Medhi Hassani M VIC 3k CC years Cranbourne SC T13 50 Daniel Milone M VIC 3k CC years Heatherwood T20 ALL ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 1 Laura Burns F ACT 3k CC 13 years Radford College 2 Sasha Grove F ACT 3k CC 13 years Canberra Girls Grammar School 3 Lucy Hincksman F ACT 3k CC 13 years Canberra Girls Grammar School 4 Emily Hogg F ACT 3k CC 13 years Campbell High School 5 Alyssia Myers F ACT 3k CC 13 years Canberra High School 6 Grace Read F ACT 3k CC 13 years Daramalan College 7 Sophie Rogic F ACT 3k CC 13 years Alfred Deakin High School 8 Astrid Smyth F ACT 3k CC 13 years Campbell High School 9 Luke Levay M ACT 3k CC 13 years St Edmund's College 10 Xavier Quispes M ACT 3k CC 13 years North Ainslie Primary School 11 Hannah Cadden F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Burgmann Anglican School 12 Emma Croker F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Canberra Girls Grammar School 13 Emma Dunn F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years St Clare's College 14 Emma Hitchman F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Campbell High School 15 Nina Illingworth F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Alfred Deakin High School 16 Zoe Melhuish F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Canberra Girls Grammar School 17 Jordyne Rauter F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years St Clare's College 18 Claire Solomon F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Merici College 35

36 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 19 Ainslie Winefield F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years St Francis Xavier College 20 Annika Wise F ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Lyneham High School 21 Daniel Dreher M ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Canberra Grammar School 22 Tomas Palfrey M ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Lyneham High School 23 Max Rosin M ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Marist College 24 Angus Thompson M ACT 4k CC 14/15 years Canberra Grammar School 25 Capella Maguire F ACT 4k CC 16/17 years Canberra Girls Grammar School 26 Katherine McKune F ACT 4k CC 16/17 years Burgmann Anglican School 27 Olivia O'Donnell F ACT 4k CC 16/17 years St Clare's College 28 Angela Riach F ACT 4k CC 16/17 years Dickson College 29 Ruby White F ACT 4k CC 16/17 years Campbell High School 30 James Bartholomaeus M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years Marist College 31 Matt Beaver M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years Burgmann Anglican School 32 Tim Fraser M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years St Mary MacKillop College 33 Alexander Hughes M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years Canberra Grammar School 34 Henry Illingworth M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years Canberra College 35 Duncan Miller M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years Canberra Grammar School 36 Oliver Vidaic M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years St John Paul II College 37 Jack Wallis M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years Canberra Grammar School 38 Mitchell Webb M ACT 6k CC 16/17 years Marist College 39 Tara Melhuish F ACT 6k CC 18/19 years Canberra Girls Grammar School 40 Kieran Reilly M ACT 8k CC 18/19 years Marist College 41 Joshua Torley M ACT 8k CC 18/19 years Erindale College 42 Hannah O'Connor F New Zealand 4k CC 16/17 years Sacred Heart Girls' College (New Plymouth) 43 Phoebe McKnight F New Zealand 4k CC 16/17 years Hutt Valley High School 44 Tessa Hunt F New Zealand 4k CC 16/17 years Wellington East Girls' College 45 Jayme Maxwell F New Zealand 4k CC 16/17 years Hutt Valley High School 36

37 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Athlete Last Name First Name Gender Team Name Event Code School 46 Liliana Braun F New Zealand 4k CC 16/17 years Cashmere High School 47 Aimee Ferguson F New Zealand 4k CC 16/17 years Rototuna High School 48 Samuel Tanner M New Zealand 6k CC 16/17 years Bethlehem College 49 Murdoch McIntyre M New Zealand 6k CC 16/17 years Westlake Boy's High School 50 Kalani Sheradin M New Zealand 6k CC 16/17 years Nayland College 51 George Cory-Wright M New Zealand 6k CC 16/17 years Kings College 52 Stuart Hofmeyr M New Zealand 6k CC 16/17 years Westlake Boy's High School 53 Logan Slee M New Zealand 6k CC 16/17 years Hutt International Boys' School 54 Samantha Burke F New Zealand 6k CC 18/19 years Mt Aspiring College 55 Bridie Edwards F New Zealand 6k CC 18/19 years Waimea College 56 Navajo Prentice F New Zealand 6k CC 18/19 years Villa Maria College 57 Grace Ritchie F New Zealand 6k CC 18/19 years Waikato Diocesan School 58 Harriet Bush F New Zealand 6k CC 18/19 years St Margaret's College 59 Joseph Clark M New Zealand 8k CC 18/19 years Westlake Boy's High School 60 Chris Devaney M New Zealand 8k CC 18/19 years New Plymouth Boys High School 61 Connor Melton M New Zealand 8k CC 18/19 years Cashmere High School 62 James Uhlenberg M New Zealand 8k CC 18/19 years St Kentigern College 63 Joel Carman M New Zealand 8k CC 18/19 years Wainuiomata High School 64 Jacob Holmes M New Zealand 8k CC 18/19 years Sacred Heart College (Auckland) 65 Sofia Kennedy F New Zealand 4k CC 16/17 years Middleton Grange School 66 Jack Bowman M NT 3k CC 13 years Katherine School of The Air 67 Zoe Kopp F NT 4k CC 14/15 years Katherine High School 68 Joseph Salmon M NT 6k CC 16/17 years Taminmin 69 Lacie Quigley F NSW 3k CC 13 years Quirindi High School 70 Montana Monk F NSW 3k CC 13 years Bishop Tyrell Anglican College 71 Jessica Bird F NSW 3k CC 13 years Turramurra High School 37

38 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 70 Sophie Ferenczi F NSW 3k CC 13 years Brigidine College 71 Kaitlyn Hinrichsen F NSW 3k CC 13 years Orange High School 72 Grace Elliott F NSW 3k CC 13 years Bethany College 73 Emma Olson-Keating F NSW 3k CC 13 years SSC Balmain Campus 74 Bailey Habler M NSW 3k CC 13 years Newington College 75 Hamish Hart M NSW 3k CC 13 years Riverina Anglican College 76 Ben Thomas M NSW 3k CC 13 years Rouse Hill Anglican College 77 Andrew Laycock M NSW 3k CC 13 years Blaxland High School 78 Will Cooper M NSW 3k CC 13 years Trinity Grammar 79 Theo Christian M NSW 3k CC 13 years Trinity Grammar 80 Oliver Freeman M NSW 3k CC 13 years Sydney Grammar School 81 Lauren Carey F NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Menai High School 82 Cassadra Fayers F NSW 4k CC 14/15 years St Philips Christian College 83 Sarah Schiffmann F NSW 4k CC 14/15 years St Mary's College, Gunnedah 84 Jaylah Hancock-Cameron F NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Moruya High School 85 Tiahna Woodger F NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Our Lady of Mercy College 86 Imogen Gardiner F NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Pymble Ladies College 87 Emma Mahon F NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Stella Maris College 88 Morgan Mathews F NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Mount St Patrick College 89 Angus Beer M NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Newington College 90 Sam Rockliff M NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Knox Grammar School 91 Mitch Westhuizen M NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Knox Grammar School 92 Ben Revai M NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Cranbrook School 93 James Olson Keating M NSW 4k CC 14/15 years SSC Balmain 94 Cody Salter M NSW 4k CC 14/15 years St Gregorys College 95 Kai Hammond M NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Christian Brother High School 96 Daniel Kelly M NSW 4k CC 14/15 years Katoomba High School 38

39 First Name Last Name ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code 97 Ella Heeney F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Mackillop Catholic College 98 Catherine Miller F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Pymble Ladies College 99 Emily Schneider F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Cronulla High School 100 Leah McDonald F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Oakhill College 101 Sian Fennell F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Smiths Hill High School 102 Asha Martin F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Moruya High School 103 Annika Durante F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years St Vincents College 104 Jacqueline Burand F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Tara Anglican School for Girls 105 Lorcan Redmond M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Newcastle Grammar School 106 Luke Young M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Toronto High School 107 James Seal M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years The Illawarra Grammar School 108 Oli Raimond M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Caringbah High School 109 Drew Fryer M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Cranbrook School 110 Elliott Metcalf M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Sydney Grammar School 111 Christopher Breen M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years St Patricks College Sutherland 112 Jackson Sharp M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Springwood High School 113 Courtney Hopkins F NSW 6k CC 18/19 years Karabar High School 114 Hannah Preeo F NSW 6k CC 18/19 years St Marys Star of the Sea 115 Bethany Hickey F NSW 6k CC 18/19 years Maclean High School 116 Amy Bennett F NSW 6k CC 18/19 years Jannali High School 117 Rumer Williams F NSW 6k CC 18/19 years St Peters Anglican College Brodee 118 William Keir M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years Killarney Heights High School 119 Matthew Campion M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years Glen Innes High School 120 Dylan Holland M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years Shellharbour Anglican College 121 Ryan Beetson M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years St Marys Cathedral 122 Eligh Morris M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years Bowral High School School 39

40 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 123 Jack Freer M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years The Scots College 124 Jesse Maxwell M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years St Philips, Newcastle 125 Jack Freer M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years The Scots College 126 Jesse Maxwell M NSW 8k CC 18/19 years St Philips, Newcastle 127 Sarah McDermott F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Abbotsleigh 128 Sarah Reece F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Abbotsleigh 129 Olivia Hogg F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Abbotsleigh 130 Hannah Cerezo F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Abbotsleigh 131 Rosie Fordham F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Abbotsleigh 132 Abbey Rockliff F NSW 4k CC 16/17 years Abbotsleigh 133 Jonathan Batson M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Grammar 134 Benjamin Bishop M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Grammar 135 Ethan Brouw M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Grammar 136 Nathaniel Davies M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Grammar 137 Lelland Hui M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Grammar 138 Logan Kaye M NSW 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Grammar 139 Elizabeth Bryant F QLD 3k CC 13 years All Hallows School 140 Keira Moore F QLD 3k CC 13 years Brisbane State High School 141 Bridget Morrissey F QLD 3k CC 13 years Wavell State High School 142 Amy Partrige F QLD 3k CC 13 years Ipswich Girls Grammar School 143 Chloe Randall F QLD 3k CC 13 years Fairholme College 144 Annique Stringer F QLD 3k CC 13 years Mountain Creek Stae High School 145 Lillian Hanssen F QLD 3k CC 13 years Centenary Heights State High School 146 Ollie Boltz M QLD 3k CC 13 years St Andrews Anglican College 147 Lachlan Cornelius M QLD 3k CC 13 years Sheldon College 148 Mattias Forbes-Schutz M QLD 3k CC 13 years Prince Of Peace Lutheran College 149 Samuel Heeremans M QLD 3k CC 13 years Sheldon College 40

41 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 150 Max Hooper M QLD 3k CC 13 years Sheldon College 151 Jackson Medway M QLD 3k CC 13 years Brisbane Boys' College 152 Harrison Turner M QLD 3k CC 13 years Genesis Christian College 153 Laura Chapel F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Clairvaux Mackillop College 154 Mya Cozzuol F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years St Andrews Catholic College Cairns 155 Charlotte Beth Lethbridge F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years St Andrews Anglican College 156 Kloe Lockhart F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Canterbury College 157 Bronte Naylor F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Sunshine Coast Grammar 158 Tara Sosinski F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Emmanuel College 159 Tayla Behr F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years St Aidan's Anglican Girls' School 160 Isabella Gordon F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Brisbane State High School 161 Richelle HIll F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years The Gap High School 162 Zoe Manning F QLD 4k CC 14/15 years St. Peters Lutheran College Indooroopilly 163 Connor Daniell M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years St Andrews College 164 Jack Partrige M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Ipswich grammar school 165 Charlie Sprott M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Brisbane Grammar School 166 Allen Dennis M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Ipswich Grammar School 167 Shaun Litte M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Everton Park State High School 168 Jaxon Paterson-Wright M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Villanova College 169 Nathan Powell M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Padua College 170 Saxon Rose M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Miami State High School 171 Nathan Tanner M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years Mueller College 172 Jude Thomas M QLD 4k CC 14/15 years St Edmunds College, Ipswich 173 Nikita Moore F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Brisbane State High 174 Mackenzey Ormiston F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Palm Beach Currumbin High 175 Chantelle Yelland F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Cairns State High School 176 Chloe Fenwicke F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years St Margarets Anglican Girls School 41

42 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 177 Lara Crouch F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years ST MARGARETS AGS 178 Kate Riethmuller F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years St Aidan's AGS 179 Amilia Schooley F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Fairholme College 180 Rachel Silvestri F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Mirani State High School 181 Stephanie Hall F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Queensland Academy for Health Sciences 182 Montanna McAvoy F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Ipswich Girls Grammar School 183 Alexandra Stevens F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Redlands College 184 Patrick Thygesen M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Brisbane Boys' College 185 Toby Gillen M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Anglican School 186 Jack Salcedo M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years St Laurence's College 187 Teketel Tyson M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Toowoomba Grammar School 188 Tommy Campbell M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Palm Beach Currumbin State High 189 Chekole Getenet M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years John Paul College 190 Luke Harvey M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Victoria State High School 191 Daniel Paddison M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Padua College 192 Jason Roux M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Varsity College 193 Imogen Barrett F QLD 6k CC 18/19 years Kenmore State High School 194 Nicole Vermaas F QLD 6k CC 18/19 years Redlands College 195 Kate Watson F QLD 6k CC 18/19 years The Gap State High School 196 Dean Cane M QLD 8k CC 18/19 years Genesis Christian college 197 Lachlan Fox M QLD 8k CC 18/19 years Anglican Church Grammar School 198 Matthew Tong M QLD 8k CC 18/19 years Redlands College 199 Jamie Hiscock F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Sheldon College 200 Isabelle Harris F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Sheldon College 201 Leahrose Hooper F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Sheldon College 202 Emily Witt F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Sheldon College 203 Millie Himmelberg F QLD 4k CC 16/17 years Sheldon College 42

43 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 204 Elliot Hunt M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Brisbane Boys Grammar School 205 Benjamin Ganko M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Brisbane Boys Grammar School 206 Alexander Stitt M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Brisbane Boys Grammar School 207 Sterling McAvoy M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Brisbane Boys Grammar School 208 Harrison Martinenko M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Brisbane Boys Grammar School 209 Declan Kelly M QLD 6k CC 16/17 years Brisbane Boys Grammar School 210 Molly Cook F SA 3k CC 13 years Immanuel College 211 Phoebe Dickeson F SA 3k CC 13 years St Michael s College 212 Keira Nayler F SA 3k CC 13 years St Mary s College 213 Henry Braithwaite M SA 3k CC 13 years Rose Park Primary School 214 Anton Levings M SA 3k CC 13 years Stirling East Primary School 215 Cael Mulholland M SA 3k CC 13 years Sacred Heart College 216 Kodi Parkinson M SA 3k CC 13 years Mt Barker Waldorf School 217 Alex Twartz M SA 3k CC 13 years Tyndale Christian School Strathalbyn. 218 Nalia Boud F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Clare High School 219 Zahli Clarke F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Cedar College 220 Ella Donnelly F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Loreto College 221 Caitlin Dyer F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Westminster School 222 Hannah Elliott F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Tenison Woods College 223 Ella Leggett F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Kapunda High School 224 Eloise Sandow F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Seymour College 225 Isabel Schultz F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Cedar College 226 Caitlin Slobedman F SA 4k CC 14/15 years St John s Grammar School 227 Zac Connell M SA 4k CC 14/15 years St Peter s College 228 Joe Cross M SA 4k CC 14/15 years Pembroke School 229 Marco Els M SA 4k CC 14/15 years Concordia College 230 Adam Goddard M SA 4k CC 14/15 years St Peter s College 43

44 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 231 Bradley Hilton M SA 4k CC 14/15 years Cornerstone College 232 Riley Konecny M SA 4k CC 14/15 years Roma Mitchell Secondary College 233 Joseph McKinnon M SA 4k CC 14/15 years Sacred Heart College 234 Aidan Ross M SA 4k CC 14/15 years Westminster College 235 Harry Whitford M SA 4k CC 14/15 years St Ignatius College 236 Ella Ayres F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Seymour College 237 Grace Roberts F SA 4k CC 16/17 years St Ignatius College 238 Charlotte Ruddenklau F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Wilderness School 239 Alexandra Smolicz F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 240 Casey Wallace F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Eastern Fleurieu Strath. (Senior) 241 Tom Daw M SA 6k CC 16/17 years St Ignatius College 242 Bailey Dyer M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Blackwood High School 243 Patrick Goodwin M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Sacred Heart College 244 Isaac Heyne M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Torrens Valley Christian School 245 Sarah Eckel F SA 6k CC 18/19 years Immanuel College 246 Georgia Garrels F SA 6k CC 18/19 years Walford Anglican College 247 Sophie Morphett F SA 6k CC 18/19 years Pembroke School 248 Cass Priest F SA 6k CC 18/19 years Birdwood High School 249 Harrison Bagley M SA 8k CC 18/19 years Modbury High School 250 Jenna Bezuidenhout F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 251 Jessica Bowler F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 252 Emily Casey F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 253 Lily Conlon F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 254 Emma Crossing F SA 4k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 255 Olivia Sandery F SA 4k CC 14/15 years Mercedes College 256 Seb Gough M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 257 Sean Green M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 44

45 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 258 Zachary Reeves M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 259 Ben Rigter M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 260 Sam Thomas M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 261 Jacob Tidswell M SA 6k CC 16/17 years Mercedes College 262 Lucinda Rourke F VIC 3k CC 13 years Williamstown High School 263 Jaimee-Lee Code F VIC 3k CC 13 years Berwick Secondary College 264 Megan Dickson F VIC 3k CC 13 years Oberon High School 265 Matilda Strugnell F VIC 3k CC 13 years Caulfield Grammar School 266 Ruby Maher F VIC 3k CC 13 years Yarra Valley Grammar School 267 Callista Race-Stelling F VIC 3k CC 13 years Cathedral College Wangaratta 268 Ethan Grills M VIC 3k CC 13 years Christian College Highton 269 Bailley Morrell M VIC 3k CC 13 years Berwick Secondary College 270 Thomas Diamond M VIC 3k CC 13 years Ivanhoe Grammar School 271 Charlie Rogers M VIC 3k CC 13 years Haileybury College 272 Luke Sinn M VIC 3k CC 13 years Donvale Christian College 273 Jhye Hadfield M VIC 3k CC 13 years Hillcrest Christian College 274 Nicola Hogg F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Firbank Grammar School 275 Skye Ellis F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years The Geelong College 276 Yazmin Hayes F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Rochester Secondary College 277 Amelija Belleville F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Mentone Girls' Grammar School 278 Rhemmy Gibbs F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Frankston High School 279 Ruby Dixon F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Lilydale High School 280 Harry Sharp M VIC 4k CC 14/15 years St Patrick's College 281 Nikolaj Djordjevic M VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Haileybury College 282 Matthew Catterson M VIC 4k CC 14/15 years St Patrick's College 283 Tom Hockley M VIC 4k CC 14/15 years St Joseph's College 284 Will Mc Caig M VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Bendigo South East 7-10 Secondary College 45

46 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 285 Aidan Dignan M VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Frankston High School 286 Abbey Caldwell F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Doncaster Secondary College 287 Rebecca Waters F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Kardinia International College 288 Mimmi Balaam F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years The Geelong College 289 Olivia Hobbs F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Belmont High School 290 Chloe Dennison F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Toorak College 291 Sacha Bennett F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Melbourne Girls Grammar 292 William Collins M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Mazenod College 293 James Lightfoot M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Carey Baptist Grammar School 294 Andrew Amor M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years St Patrick's College 295 Nick Fidler M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Melbourne Grammar School 296 Jack Itter M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Eltham High School 297 James Harry M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Gleneagles Secondary College 298 Chloe Sproule F VIC 6k CC 18/19 years John Paul College 299 Caitlyn Regan F VIC 6k CC 18/19 years Wodonga Senior Secondary College 300 Leah Macdonald F VIC 6k CC 18/19 years St Margaret's School (BERWICK) 301 Callum Day M VIC 8k CC 18/19 years Trinity Grammar School 302 Kirk Shanahan M VIC 8k CC 18/19 years Point Cook Senior Secondary College 303 Fred Leeton M VIC 3k CC 13 years Scotch College 304 Riley Lovick M VIC 3k CC 13 years Frankston High School 305 Amber Louw F VIC 3k CC 13 years Wesley College Melbourne 306 Georgina Mees F VIC 3k CC 13 years Ballarat Grammar School 307 Aisha Kassaby F VIC 3k CC 13 years Ruyton Girls' School 308 Rachel Jennings F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years St Paul's Anglican Grammar School 309 Isabelle Collins F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Sacre Coeur 310 Lily Gilbert F VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Loreto College 311 William Mwagiru M VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Gippsland Grammar Sale 46

47 First Name Last Name Athlete Gender ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES Team Name Event Code School 312 Fraser Rosman M VIC 4k CC 14/15 years Wesley College Melbourne 313 Madelaine Vollmer F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Frankston High School 314 Sam Williams M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years St Patrick's School 315 Josh Mcleod M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Grammar School 316 Tristan Day M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity Grammar School 317 Sophie O'Sullivan F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 318 Zoe Woods F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 319 Meg Oakley F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 320 Saskia Lloyd F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 321 Leteitia Presser F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 322 Tea Wittey F VIC 4k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 323 Edward Marks M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 324 Kang Nyoak M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 325 Adam Spencer M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 326 Seamus Graham M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 327 Ace Buck M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 328 Alistair Strutt M VIC 6k CC 16/17 years Wesley College 329 Makayla Chapple F WA 3k CC 13 years The Kings College 330 Noelle Chitty F WA 3k CC 13 years St Mary's Anglican Girls' School 331 Ellie Glands F WA 3k CC 13 years Iona Presentation College 332 Tiana Laing F WA 3k CC 13 years The Kings College 333 Lara Tovich F WA 3k CC 13 years Presbyterian Ladies College 334 Hana Yusoff F WA 3k CC 13 years Presbyterian Ladies College 335 Benjamin Anderson M WA 3k CC 13 years Guildford Grammar School 336 Dylan Bailey M WA 3k CC 13 years John Wollaston Anglican School 337 Oliver Camins M WA 3k CC 13 years Great Southern Grammar 338 Joshua Fowler M WA 3k CC 13 years Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School 47

48 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 339 Nicholas Holmes M WA 3k CC 13 years St Stephens Duncraig 340 Kyan Minor M WA 3k CC 13 years Churchlands Senior High School 341 Molly Bowles F WA 4k CC 14/15 years North Albany Senior High School 342 Abigail Graham F WA 4k CC 14/15 years Peter Moyes Anglican Community School 343 Eliza Griffin F WA 4k CC 14/15 years St Georges Anglican Grammar School 344 Madison Good F WA 4k CC 14/15 years Peter Carnley Anglican Community School 345 India Hooton F WA 4k CC 14/15 years Tranby College 346 Hannah Jones F WA 4k CC 14/15 years St Mary's Anglican Girls School 347 Ben Allen M WA 4k CC 14/15 years Trinity College 348 Thomas Ariti M WA 4k CC 14/15 years Newman College 349 Brandon Ford M WA 4k CC 14/15 years Duncraig Senior High School 350 Cooper Foxcroft M WA 4k CC 14/15 years Duncraig Senior High School 351 Jaco Jansen van Rensburg M WA 4k CC 14/15 years St Norbert College 352 Noah McAneny M WA 4k CC 14/15 years Bunbury Catholic College Mercy Campus 353 Kate Boultbee F WA 4k CC 16/17 years St Mary's Anglican Girls School 354 Isla Hannan F WA 4k CC 16/17 years St Brigid's College 355 Amelia Hayward F WA 4k CC 16/17 years Penrhos College 356 Kiarra Nazaroff F WA 4k CC 16/17 years Duncraig Senior High School 357 Gabrielle Toth F WA 4k CC 16/17 years Chisholm Catholic College 358 Hayden Boffey M WA 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity College 359 Benjamin Hillen M WA 6k CC 16/17 years Prendiville Catholic College 360 MJ Jansen van Rensburg M WA 6k CC 16/17 years St Norbert College 361 Thomas Moorcroft M WA 6k CC 16/17 years Trinity College 362 Jason Ramsden M WA 6k CC 16/17 years Kolbe Catholic College 363 Mitch Thomas M WA 6k CC 16/17 years Kennedy Baptist College 364 Amy Buckingham F WA 6k CC 18/19 years Penrhos College 48

49 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 365 Sarah Hynes F WA 6k CC 18/19 years Churchlands Senior High School 366 Georgia Whitford F WA 6k CC 18/19 years Penrhos College 367 Thomas Burns M WA 8k CC 18/19 years Sacred Heart College 368 Maximillian Campbell-Clause M WA 8k CC 18/19 years Applecross Senior High School 369 Ben Hodder M WA 8k CC 18/19 years Georgiana Molloy Anglican School 370 Luke Mertens M WA 8k CC 18/19 years CBC Fremantle 371 Dylan Turner M WA 8k CC 18/19 years Trinity College 372 Louie Oakes M WA 4k CC 14/15 years Peter Moyes Anglican Community School 373 Cameron Quirk M WA 4k CC 14/15 years Kinross College 374 Caleb Roberts M WA 4k CC 14/15 years Sacred Heart College 375 Cleo Kenny F WA 4k CC 14/15 years Santa Maria College 376 Mia Lockwood F WA 4k CC 14/15 years Peter Moyes Anglican Community School 377 Lucy Lonnqvist F WA 4k CC 14/15 years St Mary's Anglican Girls School 378 Charli Kay F TAS 3k CC 13 years Marist 379 Connie Dean F TAS 3k CC 13 years Kings Meadow 380 Middison Brooks F TAS 3k CC 13 years Mt Carmel 381 Chanelle Byers F TAS 3k CC 13 years Sy Michael's Collegiate 382 Jasmine Roland F TAS 3k CC 13 years Sorell 383 Chloe Bates F TAS 3k CC 13 years Burnie High 384 Abbie Butler F TAS 3k CC 13 years Kings Meadow 385 Hugh Dwyer M TAS 3k CC 13 years Marist 386 Harry Raff M TAS 3k CC 13 years King Island 387 Jack Nicholls M TAS 3k CC 13 years Scoth Oakburn 388 Johnathon Pullen M TAS 3k CC 13 years Sacred Heart 389 Alexander Kwa M TAS 3k CC 13 years Friends 49

50 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 390 Tarj Singleton M TAS 3k CC 13 years Marist 391 Maximus Murray M TAS 3k CC 13 years McKillop College 392 Ambrosia Negri F TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Friends 393 Mikayla Cooper F TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Mt Carmel 394 Montana McKenzie-Smith F TAS 4k CC 14/15 years St Patrick's 395 Erin Giles F TAS 4k CC 14/15 years St Patrick's 396 Makenzie Emmerton F TAS 4k CC 14/15 years St Brendan Shaw 397 Emily MacInnes F TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Brooks 398 Samuel Clifford M TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Riverside 399 Ben Saint-John M TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Marist 400 Jamie Laurence M TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Mackillop 401 Sam Talbot M TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Kings Meadow 402 Christopher Law M TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Hutchins 403 Alexander Tween M TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Clarence High 404 Ethan Streeton M TAS 4k CC 14/15 years Marist 405 Ruby Smee F TAS 4k CC 16/17 years Hobart College 406 Ebony Webb F TAS 4k CC 16/17 years Calvin 407 Rebecca Revill F TAS 4k CC 16/17 years Guilford Young 408 Sophie Moore F TAS 4k CC 16/17 years St Micheal's Collegiate 409 Lucy Jones F TAS 4k CC 16/17 years Scotch Oakburn 410 Darcy Miller F TAS 4k CC 16/17 years Latrobe 411 Tom Roberts M TAS 6k CC 16/17 years Don College 412 Mason Attfield M TAS 6k CC 16/17 years New Town 413 Abbas Rajab Ali M TAS 6k CC 16/17 years Kings Meadow 414 Isabelle Sharman F TAS 6k CC 18/19 years Don College 415 Max Green M TAS 8k CC 18/19 years St Brendan Shaw 50

51 ALL 13&O ABLE BODIED ENTRIES First Name Last Name Athlete Gender Team Name Event Code School 416 Lachlan Bonney M TAS 8k CC 18/19 years Don College 417 Torin Jones M TAS 6k CC 16/17 years Hutchins 418 Hector Gallagher M TAS 6k CC 16/17 years Hutchins 419 Robert Elkerton M TAS 6k CC 16/17 years Hutchins 420 Lachlan Chambers M TAS 6k CC 16/17 years Hutchins 421 Harvey Chilcott M TAS 6k CC 16/17 years Hutchins 51

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54 PRE EVENT MEETING AGENDA 4pm Friday 11 th August Rokeby Police Academy 1. WELCOME 2. APOLOGIES 3. ACCREDITATION OF DELEGATES 4. VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTATION 5. CHAMPIONSHIP INFORMATION 5.1 INTRODUCTION OF CHAMPIONSHIP PERSONNEL 5.2 CHAMPIONSHIP CONVENOR (RICHARD) & TECHNICAL DELEGATE (TREVOR) Outline of facilities, events, protocols (all contained in the Officials Handbook) 5.3 INTRODUCTION OF OFFICIALS AND THEIR DUTIES 5.4 JURY OF APPEAL & PROTESTS 5.5 CLOSING CEREMONY & MEDAL CEREMONIES 5.6 EDUCATIONAL EXCURSION 5.7 OFFICIALS DINNER 5.8 SPORTS TRAINER/ MEDICAL 5.9 POST EVENT MEETING 5.10 CATERING ARRANGEMENTS 5.11 SOUVENIR APPAREL 5.12 PUBLICITY SHEETS 5.14 RESULTS 0F EVENTS publication on the day and website posting 6. NATIONAL SECRETARY ISSUES 6.1. AWARDS 6.2. RELAY RACE INFORMATION AND EQUIPMENT PROVIDED 6.3. SERVICE TO SPORT AWARD 6.4. SCHOOL SPORT AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL ISF WSXC TRIAL SELECTION INFO 7. NOTICE OF MOTIONS (FOR POST-EVENT MEETING) 7.1 ALL AUSTRALIAN CRITERIA FOR 2018; 2020 ONWARDS. 8. AOB 54

55 PRE EVENT MEETING Minutes 5pm Friday 19 th August Restaurant of Merici College 9. WELCOME Attendance: Brad Allen (SSA), Andrew Matthews (AA), Gerard Ryan (CC), Trevor Wiseman OAM (Nat Sec), Liz Yuen (SSACT) See sign in sheet for attendance 10. Present: All delegates in RED Official South Australia Australian Capital Territory 13&O Coach Gary Zeuner 13&O Coach Gerard Ryan 13&O Assistant Coach Cheryl Zeuner 13&O Coach/Manager Des Proctor 13&O Boys Manager Bob Hunter 13&O Manager Cathy Tanks 13&O Girls Manager Miriam Doyle 12&U Coach Craig White 12&U Coach Michael Butler 12&U Manager Andrew Heffernan 12&U Manager Richard Coote 12&U Manager Brooke Sinclair 12&U Manager Maria Pointon 12&U Assistant Coach (UC) Kiley Green Tasmania State Team Manager Yvette Edwards New South Wales Head Coach & Asst. Mgr Susan Andrews 13&O Manager Wendy Breen Assistant Manager Trevor Bamford 13&O Manager Craig Beacroft Assistant Manager Brandon Clark 13&O Manager Greg Allen Assistant Manager Samuel Morey 13&O Manager Grant Newell Assistant Manager James Taranto 13&O Manager Robyn Ackland Assistant Manager Stephanie Stigwood 13&O Manager Justine Drew Victoria 13&O Manager Roslyn Hamley General Manager Mal Burt 12&U Manager in Charge Cassandra Patterson Coach / Manager Julie Braakhuis 12&U Manager Valda Blair Coach / Manager Neville Down 12&U Manager Troy Moran Coach / Manager Liz Gosper 12&U Manager Andrew Downes Coach / Manager Penny Markham New Zealand Coach / Manager Emily McClelland Team Manager Rhys Taucher Coach / Manager John Neale Team Manager Val Burke Coach / Manager Chris Sly Team Manager Martin Holmes 12&U General Manager Erik Albers Northern Territory 12&U Coach/Manager Lyne Barge Team Coach Klaus Roth 12&U Coach/Manager Vincent Snell Team Manager Selina Blyton 12&U Coach/Manager Geraldine Gamble Queensland 12&U Coach/Manager Maddison Cua 55

56 13&O Tour Manager Larissa Hill Western Australia 13&O Manager/Coach Werner Botha Tour Leader Graham Maier 13&O Manager/Coach Rob Gardner Manager Wendy Taylor 13&O Manager/Coach Bray Miller Manager Vicki Delves Multi Class Manager Jodi Dixon Manager Jacinta Wright Multi Class Manager Mark Larsen Manager Shane Joyce Interpreter Duke Moolenaar Manager Sasha Zarebski 12&U Manager/Coach Gareth Saunders Manager Kurt Pomeroy 12&U Manager/Coach Sarah Walters Manager Chris Walker 12&U Manager/Coach Natalie Wilcocks Manager Shane Ellis Manager Kylie Windle Athletics Victoria Athletics Queensland Athletics Australia School Sport Australia Sean Whipp Benita Willis Anton van Bavel Trevor Wiseman OAM Athletics NSW Ben Groth Glenn Turnor Brad Allen Matt Fowler New Zealand SS Joe Stevens Liz Yuen Athletics WA Mark Holmes John Morris Suzi Graves David Higgins Athletics NT Andrew Matthews John Bowden 11. ACCREDITATION OF DELEGATES 12. VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTATION 13. CHAMPIONSHIP INFORMATION 5.1 INTRODUCTION OF CHAMPIONSHIP PERSONNEL Trevor Wiseman, Gerard Ryan, Andrew Matthews and Liz Yuen. 5.2 CHAMPIONSHIP CONVENOR & TECHNICAL DELEGATE Outline of facilities, events, protocols (all contained in the Officials Handbook) Gerard Ryan spoke to the Program, Handbook and Venue details for parking and areas of importance team areas, call room. Andrew - Call Room 30 minutes prior athletes prompted to be there, must be there 20 minutes prior, will be escorted out to start 5 mins prior. Numbers must be secured prior to call room timing chip on number should be placed on the front. Remind athletes to treat them with care. Room to have short run throughs but warm up should be finalized before call room. Starting grids will define which lane athlete starts from if SSA athlete and Member Association athlete from same state will share lane. ASADA may identify athletes to test athletes need to be aware of their rights and responsibilities. Male toilets will be the ASADA space. Trevor - T11s guide to wear a bib T12s and 13s can opt to wear or not bibs in admin room. 5.3 INTRODUCTION OF OFFICIALS AND THEIR DUTIES Andrew introduced key officials. See Officials List provided by Athletics Australia. 5.4 JURY OF APPEAL & PROTESTS Andrew IAAF process of appeals any issues you have 2 rights of appeal within 30 minutes verbally to John Morris, if decision of referee not accepted, second written appeal needs to 56

57 be submitted to 2IC within 30 mins of John s decision. This written appeal will incur a cost of $ CLOSING CEREMONY & MEDAL CEREMONIES Gerard Medals Ceremony left of grandstand and on the hour. 5.6 EDUCATIONAL EXCURSION forewarn again re the Raiders affecting the last two time slots drop and go, pick up perhaps have a designated pick up zone out of the main carpark. Liz gave details of meeting times for both 12U and 13&O 5.7 OFFICIALS DINNER after post event pm where we are now. 5.8 SPORTS TRAINER/ MEDICAL Gerard shared location. 5.9 POST EVENT MEETING 5pm at Merici College prior to Official s Dinner CATERING ARRANGEMENTS vendors for parents and plenty of water for athletes SOUVENIR APPAREL details of Sports Centre 5.12 PUBLICITY SHEETS 5.13 SSA DOCUMENTATION CHECK 5.14 RESULTS 0F EVENTS publication on the day and website posting disseminated on three ways live on the scoreboard instantly, posted on noticeboard outside admin room, sent live to SSA website and Athletics Australia Technical Information Centre with Tony officials can access results, can be given in hardcopy if the states wish. First port of call for results inquiries ATHLETES SOCIAL FUNCTIONS in the gymnasium, no refreshments available, 7-9pm. 14. NATIONAL SECRETARY ISSUES AWARDS RELAY RACE INFORMATION AND EQUIPMENT PROVIDED information provided with relay cards, clipboards, cloth numbers, entry forms, stickers. Details to hand touch change over within 10 metres. Time Trial athletes will need to have the same bib number as Saturday SERVICE TO SPORT AWARD there will be one, to be presented at Officials SCHOOL SPORT AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL TOURING TEAM INFO not applicable in in Paris. Trevor Wiseman term as Nat Sec is ending 2016, open to someone else if interested. 15. NOTICE OF MOTIONS (FOR POST-EVENT MEETING) Levies ACT; Guides for T13 athletes superseded by QLD motions 2 proposed, including Para Athlete request. 16. AOB Bob (SA) will team tents be labelled with state names. Gerard looking into it. NSW baskets in tent? Gerard yes. Craig (ACT) hearing devices taken out? After instruction at start line. 57

58 QLD change of classification for one of their athletes hearing device will be worn by intellectual impaired athlete T athlete. Grant (NSW) team medals, who is in each team? First 4 athletes across the line, with 2 following. Jodie (QLD) spectator query Gerard covered where permissible. (see map in official s handbook and last bulletin) Brad National Secretary positions could be Trevor s last, thanked him for his efforts and if Meeting closed at 6pm he returns fantastic. - Andrew Matthew s last with Athletics Australia thanked him for his efforts, and wishes you all the best in new role at Commonwealth Games in Emphasized importance of partnership with AA and development of a MOU - Explained Recommendations approval process via NPAG - EO position finalises end of this year, Brad s tenure is up. - Fantastic the vast increase in AWD athlete numbers competing over the years. 58

59 POST EVENT MEETING AGENDA 5:30pm Sunday 13 th August Domain Athletics Centre 1. WELCOME 2. APOLOGIES 3. ATTENDANCE - ACCREDITATION OF DELEGATES 4. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES FROM 2017 PRE-CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING. 5. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES FROM 2016 POST CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING 6. BUSINESS ARISING FROM MINUTES 7. CORRESPONDENCE 8. AGENDA ITEMS 9. INTERNATIONAL TOUR REPORT CHAMPIONSHIP DATES AND INFORMATION 11. CONVENOR REPORT 12. NATIONAL SECRETARY REPORT 13. APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE TO SPORT AWARD RECIPIENTS IF ANY AOB 59

60 POST EVENT MEETING Minutes 5pm Sunday 21 st August in the Restaurant of Merici College 14. WELCOME 15. ATTENDANCE Australian Capital Territory Gerard Ryan Des Proctor Cathy Tanks Craig White Tasmania Yvette Edwards New South Wales Craig Beacroft Greg Allen Grant Newell Robyn Ackland Roslyn Hamley Cassandra Patterson Valda Blair Troy Moran Andrew Downes Northern Territory Klaus Roth Selina Blyton Queensland Larissa Hill Bray Miller Duke Moolenaar Rob Gardner Jodi Dixon Gareth Saunders Sarah Walters Natalie Wilcocks School Sport Australia Trevor Wiseman OAM Brad Allen South Australia Bob Hunter Miriam Doyle Michael Butler Richard Coote Maria Pointon Victoria Mal Burt Julie Braakhuis Liz Gosper Chris Sly Erik Albers Lyne Barge Vincent Snell Geraldine Gamble Maddison Cua Western Australia Vicki Delves Shane Ellis Athletics Australia Andrew Matthews Michelle James Tikali Nicholls David Higgins John Morris 16. ATTENDANCE - ACCREDITATION OF DELEGATES within Trevor s Notes to the voting delegates (in RED) 17. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES FROM 2016 PRE-CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING. 60

61 18. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES FROM 2015 POST CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING 19. BUSINESS ARISING FROM MINUTES 20. CORRESPONDENCE 21. AGENDA ITEMS Motions (x3 QLD) i) Notice of Motion 1: Change the sighted guidelines Motion: T11 athletes MUST have a guide. T12 and T13 athletes may elect to have a guide. First motion within Trevor s notes T12 AWD and Guides (Sarah s ) Move Sarah from QLD Seconded NSW ii) Second motion increase the numbers of 12&U team members from 5 to 6 affect the overall numbers and relays to 5 and composite to 6. Discussion: TAS concerned of making numbers if increased, but not a reason to not to. Move Sarah from QLD Seconded WA Vote For 8 and Against 0 iii) Third motion Sarah s Each state is entitled to.. Change to in the event that the age can t be met. Moved QLD Seconded VIC speaking to the motion AWD athlete guidelines should be the same for abled bodied (Max team of 60) Vote For Unanimous iv) Medals awarded to AWD teams Moved VIC Seconded QLD Vote For Unanimous 22. INTERNATIONAL TOUR REPORT 2018 looking to be in Paris in April. Age group has changed to a 19 and Under event CHAMPIONSHIP DATES AND INFORMATION NSW for 2017, venue TBC, looking for the same weekend. 24. CONVENOR REPORT Gerard Championship ran smoothly, acknowledges First Aid was 61

62 overwhelmed a little, worked around the weather, no technical issues. John Morris Event Referee, overall event ran smoothly. First Aid issues seemed to have more asthma issues, athletes not prepared with own puffers. Hopes to continue in this role in the future. 25. NATIONAL SECRETARY REPORT Trevor after many years this was one of the best, this was a well run event, congratulated all officials and volunteers coping in the weather. Marshalling area, a few concerns with parents as usual, tents set up for separation. A few issues with Coaches not following correct procedure. The event is going in the right direction. Feedback ACT positive atmosphere, enjoyed the course set up and screen. NSW Thanks to Gerard and Liz, students enjoyed the social event. NT Thanks for a great event, ran well. QLD toilet paper shortage. Problem with officials needing a short cut between Call Room and Team tents. Medal presentation location not ideal but recognized weather impact. Schedule a bit tight between events for warm up, down and medal presentations particularly for TAS positive comments for the organisation and the students loved the social event. SA well run, thank you for efforts, top marks VIC thanks to the organizing team. Had the tents, but inadequate for the weather conditions need more tents if no grandstand available for shelter. Gerard place in rules and guidelines or more tent square footage. AWD athletes time difference between the rest of the team and their program (first thing) would like for them to be able to cheer on the teams. Keep Brian as announcer! WA positive comments. Issue with technical camera for finish, awaiting a response, had to go off site. Shane responded. AA Andrew Matthews value the relationship between the two organisations, recollected the issues of past events and were looking to improve for future events. Operational Manual very comprehensive to assist organiser s planning. Appointment of the correct officials and event teams for the coordination of the event to run smoothly. Will debrief and review with Brad Allen and Trevor Wiseman to ensure more improvements can be made where required. Big thanks to Gerard, Liz and Brad great to collaborate and work with. Acknowledges the great work of Trevor to get the relationship between SSA and AA to where it is now. 26. APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE TO SPORT AWARD RECIPIENTS IF ANY one to be presented this evening. Please ensure if members know of anyone who is coming up for a Service Award please inform Trevor. 27. AOB Gerard Seeking clarification with levies, not just for Championship but added levies. Question for Brad explanation for $11 Nat Sec levy as Cross Country would 62

63 generate far greater income than Nat Secretary. Brad supports the 21 National Secretaries, home states are reimbursed for covering expenses. Mal Concern with the title of the Championship. School Sport Australia National Championships, concern with 20&U age group, athletes need to be competing against others that are actually still attending school. Some 20&U are actually already attending University. Wants to keep the age group to encourage as many young adults to keep competing. Motion Change title to School Sport Australia / Athletics Australia National Cross Country Championship to recognize both pathways Seconded QLD Discussion Andrew (AA) shared that both organisations are represented by branding and shared promotion as a joint event. Mal reply concerned the identity of the School Sport program has been diminished. Vote For 6 Abstaining NT and TAS - Tas explanation they only have the Athletics Australia pathway. Motion 2 20&U School based athletes and Association based athletes can compete together but be awarded team and individual medals separately. Seconded SA Discussion Grant from NSW, we need to discuss with our NPAG representative and follow up. Vote For 7 NT Abstains Meeting Closed 6.05pm 63

64 Closing Ceremony Runsheet 12.20pm Monday 14 August Teams assemble on the concourse in their designated area, with Captain and Vice Captain holding their State Flag. Official Party in place MC Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country MC Introduces Official Party Awards Ceremony Conducted by National Secretary, Mr Trevor Wiseman OAM Announce Final Positions. Captains to receive trophies MC Invites Captains of 2018 Host State QLD to thank TAS for hosting the 2017 Championships and invite everyone to join them in their home state for MC invites Mike Grant of School Sport Australia to make final thanks, safe travels. Ceremony Closed. 64

65 Current at January 2016 School Sport Australia Inc. PO Box 1109, Carlton Vic Palmerston Street, Carlton, Victoria 3053 P: (03) E: W: ABN: SCHOOL SPORT AUSTRALIA EVENT RECOMMENDATION FORM EVENT HOST CROSS COUNTRY ACT SCHOOL SPORT SECTION A: Proposed changes to Rules and Guidelines Rule Reference Current Statement Proposed Statement Rationale List States / Territories FOR and AGAINST National Secretary Recommendatio n [Approve/Discus s] Action [For SSA use o

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67 2.8 (g) Eligible Classifications: Intellectually Disabled ID (T20), Hearing Impaired HI (T01), Physical Impairment (PI) This will be restricted to Cerebral Palsy T35, T36, T37 or T38 or Amputee T 44, 45, 46 or Visually Impaired T11, T12 and T13. T11 & T12 athletes must run with a guide. See Sighted Guidelines. Dwarfism T40 and T41 are both subject to a medical clearance. Eligible Classifications: Intellectually Disabled ID (T20), Hearing Impaired HI (T01), Physical Impairment (PI) This will be restricted to Cerebral Palsy T35, T36, T37 or T38 or Amputee T 44, 45, 46 or Visually Impaired T11, T12 and T13. T11 athletes must run with a guide and T12 and T13 athletes can elect to have a sighted guide runner. See Sighted Guide guidelines. Dwarfism T40 and T41 are both subject to a medical clearance. 1) Athletes that compete as T13 range in their visual impairment from being close to a T14 and to a T12. For these athletes the nature of a cross country course could mean that an athlete competing as a T13 could be placed at risk if they aren t with a guide. 2) If this athlete has been training with a guide because the training area they use has a risk involved then they won t be used to running without one. 3) Having a guide in no way disadvantages other athletes. Having a guide in no way provides an advantage to the athlete as they are not propelling, pushing or dragging the athlete. All that they are doing generally is letting the athlete know about the terrain they are running on and any hazards that are in front of the athlete. Allowing the athlete to use a guide makes sure that we provide a duty of care. 4) Guide runners make sure that the athlete does not travel outside the course. In athletics there is a clear line for the entire track for a T13 to follow. On a cross country course all that is present are markers spread out throughout the course. A visually impaired athlete can t see these makers in the distance. 5) By placing the decision in the hands of the National Secretary means that if the Moved Qld Seconded NSW Unanimous Approve 66 Approve

68 2.4(a) 2.4 Competition Format a) Events shall be conducted for boys and girls as follows: Girls 10 years 2000m Individual 4 x 1000m Relay Girls 11 years 3000m Individual 4 x 1500m Relay Girls 12 years 3000m Individual 4 x 1500m Relay Girls 13 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 10 years 2000m Individual 4 x 1000m Relay Boys 11 years 3000m Individual 4 x 1500m Relay Boys 12 years 3000m Individual 4 x 1500m Relay Boys 13 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Composite (1 athlete from each age/gender division) 6 x 1500m Relay Composite for MULTI-CLASS years 4 x 1000m Relay MULTI-CLASS years 2000m Individual MULTI-CLASS Years not in a relay 1000m Time Trial Girls 13 years 3000m Cross Country 5 x 1500m Relay Girls 14/15 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 16/17 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 18/19 years 6000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 13 years not in a relay 1500m Time Trial Girls 14/15, 16/17, 18/19 not in a relay 2000m Time Trial Boys 13 years 3000m Cross Country 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 14/15 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Boys 16/17 years 6000m Cross Country 5 x 3000m Relay Boys 18/19 years 8000m Cross Country 5 x 3000m Relay 2.4 Competition Format a) Events shall be conducted for boys and girls as follows: Girls 10 years 2000m Individual 5 x 1000m Relay Girls 11 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Girls 12 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Girls 13 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 10 years 2000m Individual 5 x 1000m Relay Boys 11 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 12 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 13 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Composite (1 athlete from each age/gender division) 6 x 1500m Relay Composite for MULTI-CLASS years 4 x 1000m Relay MULTI-CLASS years 2000m Individual MULTI-CLASS Years not in a relay 1000m Time Trial Girls 13 years 3000m Cross Country 5 x 1500m Relay Girls 14/15 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 16/17 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 18/19 years 6000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 13 years not in a relay 1500m Time Trial Girls 14/15, 16/17, 18/19 not in a relay 2000m Time Trial Boys 13 years 3000m Cross Country 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 14/15 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Boys 16/17 years 6000m Cross Country 5 x 3000m Relay Boys 18/19 years 8000m Cross Country 5 x 3000m Relay Allows equality in events with the secondary age groups. The extra athlete will now make 5 athletes per relay team and the composite relay of 5 athletes remain. Moved QLD Seconded WA UNANIMOUS Approve 67 Approve

69 2.8 (b) Team Size: Each member body will be allowed 3 competitors per gender in each of the following age groups 10years, 11 years, 12 years, 13 years, 14/15 years and years. Team Size: Each member body will be allowed 3 competitors per gender in each of the following age groups 10years, 11 years, 12 years, 13 years, 14/15 years and years providing the qualifying and classification standards have been met. In the event that an age/gender division doesn t have three (3) qualifying athletes, athletes from another age/gender division may be selected if they meet the qualifying standard to make a total of 18 athletes across years and 18 athletes across years teams. Equality with able bodied counterparts in secondary years who have a team of 48 athletes and may select another 12 athletes from any age group to make a total of 60 competitors per team. The primary athlete contingent has been increased in the previous recommendation. Moved QLD Seconded VIC UNANIMOUS Approve Approve 68

70 Team Size a) Each state/territory is entitled to enter five (5) athletes in each age/gender division in the 10 years, 11 years and 12 years events. b) Each state/territory is entitled to enter six (6) athletes in each age/gender division for the 13 years, 14/15 years, 16/17 years and 18/19 years age group events and, with the inclusion of additional athletes, up to a maximum team size of sixty (60). c) In the year prior to the ISF World Cross Country Championship each state / territory may nominate a representative school of up to six athletes of each gender in the school team competition. This is in addition to the maximum team size of (60). These athletes will be eligible to contribute to the team point score. d) Each state/territory is entitled to enter three (3) athletes in each age/gender division in the 10 years, 11 years and 12 years and 13 years, 14/15 years, years MULTI-CLASS events provided the qualifying standards and classification standards have been met. 4 (b) Gold, silver and bronze medals shall be presented to all teams finishing first, second and third in each age crosscountry race. 2.2 Team Size a) Each state/territory is entitled to enter six (6) athletes in each age/gender division in the 10 years, 11 years and 12 years events. b) Each state/territory is entitled to enter six (6) athletes in each age/gender division for the 13 years, 14/15 years, 16/17 years and 18/19 years age group events and, with the inclusion of additional athletes, up to a maximum team size of sixty (60). c) In the year prior to the ISF World Cross Country Championship each state / territory may nominate a representative school of up to six athletes of each gender in the school team competition. This is in addition to the maximum team size of (60). These athletes will be eligible to contribute to the team point score. d) Each state/territory is entitled to enter three (3) athletes in each age/gender division in the 10 years, 11 years and 12 years and 13 years, 14/15 years, years MULTI-CLASS events provided the qualifying standards and classification standards have been met. In the event that an age/gender division doesn t have three (3) qualifying athletes, athletes in another age/gender division may be selected if they meet the qualifying standard to make a total of 18 athletes across years and 18 athletes across years teams. Gold, silver and bronze medals shall be presented to all teams including multiclass events finishing first, second and third in each age cross-country race. Equality and to ensure that if any athlete not selected who is qualified and is 4 th, 5 th etc in another age group the state can add that person as part of their total of 18 athletes in the Multiclass team. Following on from rule 2.8 (b) Equality with able bodied team events a multiclass team consists of 3 runners with the first two to score points. Moved VIC Seconded QLD UNANIMOUS Approve Approve Approve 69

71 Submitted by: Trevor Wiseman OAM Signature: Date: 06/12/2016 (The Host State, in consultation with the National Secretary, is responsible for forwarding this Event Recommendation Form to the School Sport Australia Office within 14 days of the conclusion of the event.) 70

72 SCHOOL SPORT AUSTRALIA EVENT RECOMMENDATION FORM SECTION B: General Recommendations Rule Reference Statement Rationale National Secretary Recommendation [Approve/Discuss] 1. Change title to School Sport Australia / Athletics Australia National Cross Country Championship to recognize both pathways 2. We should still provide SSA medals to the U20 School Sport Australia teams as these boys and girls are much younger that their older U20 counterparts who have left school. Concern with the title of Australian Cross Country Championships as it does not fully recognize the School Sport Australia pathway - it is only recognized by the SSA logo only we are losing the school identity considering we have 650 athletes of school age to AA s 250 athletes and there were only 72 open age athletes and 56 U20 AA athletes. Concern with 20&U age group, athletes need to be competing against others that are actually still attending school. Some 20&U are actually already attending University. Wants to keep the age group to encourage as many young adults to keep competing. There were 19 SSA girls in the U20 compared to 27 girls not at school (3 girls received team medals and 0 gained individual medals). There were 18 SSA boys in the U20 compared to 37 boys not at school and (4 U20 boys received team medals and 1 received an individual medal). 3. Provide separate SSA medals to New Zealand in the relays. Come and take part in everything, pay fees receive individual medals from AA (a different one) but receive nothing from SSA in the relays. Discuss Discuss Approve Action [For SS A use onl y] Approve Disapprove Approve 71

73 Submitted by: Trevor Wiseman OAM Signature: Date: 01/09/2016 (The Host State, in consultation with the National Secretary, is responsible for forwarding this Event Recommendation Form to the School Sport Australia Office within 14 days of the conclusion of the event.) 72

74 Acknowledgements On behalf of all participants in the School Sport Australia Combined Cross Country Championship, School Sport ACT would like to acknowledge the following individuals and organisations for their assistance: School Sport Australia School Sport Tasmania Epic Events and Marketing Trevor Wiseman OAM - School Sport Australia Cross Country National Secretary State Team Officials Parents and Teachers of team members and the many others who have contributed to this event 73

75 Current at March, 2017 School Sport Australia Cross Country Rules and Guidelines 1. EVENT ORGANISATION 1.1 General 1.2 Team Selection 1.3 Course Requirements 1.4 Organising Committee 1.5 Accommodation 1.6 Documentation 1.7 Management Meetings 1.8 Referees/Officials 1.9 Injury Prevention and Treatment 1.10 Ceremonies 1.11 Excursions/Social Activities 2. RULES OF COMPETITION 2.1 Rules 2.2 Team Size 2.3 Ages 2.4 Competition Format 2.5 Cross-Country Team Scoring 2.6 Relay Event Rules 2.7 Uniform 2.8 Specific Rules and Guidelines for Athletes with a Disability(MULTI-CLASS) 3. NATIONAL SCHOOLS & REPRESENTATIVE TEAM SELECTION 3.1 Internationals Tour 3.2 Selection Policy 3.3 Selection of National Team Officials 4. PRESENTATIONS / TROPHIES 5. FINANCE/BUDGETS 5.1 Event Levy 5.2 Budget preparation 5.3 Sponsorship 6. APPENDIX 6.1 SCHEDULE A: Policies School Sport Australia 6.2 SCHEDULE B: Policies Athletics Australia 6.3 SCHEDULE C: Agenda Pre-event Meeting 6.4 SCHEDULE D: Agenda Post-event Meeting 6.5 SCHEDULE E: Time Line 6.6 SCHEDULE F: Event Itinerary 6.7 SCHEDULE G: Qualifying Standards MULTI-CLASS Competitors 6.8 SCHEDULE H: Sighted Guide Guidelines 6.9 School Sport Australia Service Awards 6.10 Conditions of Individual School Participation in ISF World Schools XC Championships 74

76 1. EVENTORGANISATION 1.1 General a) This Cross Country event includes individual, teams and relay competitions. In odd numbered years it also includes an individual schoolcompetition. b) The event will be conducted on either the second or third weekend in August but never on the 4 weekend unless otherwise approved by School Sport Australia and Athletics Australia. c) The event shall be conducted over a four- (4) day period as described in Schedule F. All states must attend all event activities. 1.2 Course Requirements CROSS COUNTRY EVENTS a) The course chosen for the event must conform to the requirements set out in the AA Competition Manual and appropriate for the skill level of the athletes concerned (Schedule B). b) The Organising Committee shall submit a plan of the proposed course to the appointed Technical Delegate and/or the School Sport Australia National Cross- Country Secretary for approval. c) Wherever possible, the course is to be fully bunted by 1pm on the day prior to competition i.e. prior to walking the course. Persons from the Host State should be available to walk the course with teams to answer any questions on the day prior to the event. d) Downhill starts to be avoided for safetyreasons e) All Cross-Country events shall be conducted on the same day prior to Relay events. RELAY EVENTS f) The course shall be relatively flat and conducive to fast running times. g) A road surface is preferred but not essential. h) All relay events shall be conducted on the same day and shall be held on the day after Cross-Country events i) The 2kms course and the 3km courses in the relays should be 2 laps and the 1500m and 1000m courses one lap. 1.3 Organising Committee a) Composition of the Organising Committee is the responsibility of the host state and should include a representative of that state s AA affiliate. b) The Organising Committee shall meet regularly to organise the conduct of the event c) Information bulletins, including an invitation to submit entries, details of venues and courses being used for the event, as well as other administrative matters e.g. Accommodation, transport, social activities, educational tours, souvenirs, financial obligations, meeting venues, should be forwarded regularly by the Organising Committee to each participating state. as well as the Technical Delegate, SSA Executive Officer, and School Sport Australia National Secretary. d) The Organising Committee shall appoint an Event Convener and all event officials. e) Duties of the Organising Committee include (Schedule H): I. invite and receive entries II. arrange a race schedule in conjunction with the School Sport Australia National Cross- Country Secretary, provide and issue identification numbers to athletes in conjunction with AA/School Sport Australia, acquire and present medals/awards III. print and distribute event programs, arrange for teams to preview the courses, distribute results before teams depart, entertain sponsors, VIPs, etc. IV. in conjunction with the School Sport Australia National Cross-Country Secretary liaise with the media regarding publicity andresults. V. prepare an event budget to be approved by School Sport Australia VI. arrange and conduct an educational experience for all school competitors and officials VII. arrange an effective communication system to link course officials VIII. be responsible for other matters as required 1.4 Accommodation a) Refer to School Sport Australia Policy 7 (Schedule A) b) It shall be the duty of the State/Territory conducting the event to arrange accommodation bookings for any managers on request. th Page

77 1.5 Documentation a) Athletes must be bona fide school students. b) School Sport Australia procedures to verify athletes eligibility should be followed. These procedures involve the submission of documentary evidence to the School Sport Australia National Secretary prior to the event. 1.6 Management Meetings a) A delegate from each state will be required to attend two meetings, which will be arranged by the Organising Committee. b) The Pre-event Meeting will address all organisational and technical aspects of the event and will be held before the event program commences. The Technical Delegate must attend this meeting. (Schedule C) c) The Post-Event Meeting, will be held after the completion of the excursion (Schedule D). d) States without competitors at the event may have a delegate attend both meetings. e) Decisions relating to changes to Rules of Competition shall be regarded as being recommendations to School Sport Australia to implement such changes. 1.7 Referees/Officials a) The host state in consultation with the School Sport Australia National Secretary shall appoint a Technical Delegate to attend the event. Duties of the Technical Delegate to be specified by AA. b) The host state shall prepare an event report which includes a report from both the Technical Delegate and National Secretary within six weeks of the completion of the event. c) This report is to be forwarded to School Sport Australia. Further distribution of reports is the responsibility /School Sport Australia. d) Implementation of any recommendations arising from the reports is the responsibility of School Sport Australia. 1.8 Injury Prevention and Treatment a) Adequate water will be made available to competitors at the end of the race. Water is to be provided on the course for multiple lap races. Further stations may be established on the course if considered necessary by the Organising Committee due to warm/hot weather conditions. b) Water is to be supplied in call-room. c) Some toilets will be located in the marshalling area. d) A suitable vehicle should be available for athletes requiring emergency assistance. e) First aid should be available immediately at the finishing line. 1.9 Opening & Closing Ceremonies a) It shall be the responsibility of the host State/Territory to organise Opening and Closing Ceremonies, which, where practicable, includes a March Past of all competing States and Territories 1.10 Excursions/Social Activities a) These will be included in the format of the Event and conducted under SSA Policies and will be unique to each State or Territory and be held early in the day. The host state may consider grouping competitors by age group rather than by state or territory during the excursion. b) The host state may consider organising a social event for competitors on the Saturday evening. 2. RULES OF COMPETITION 2.1 Rules, Protests & Disputes a) The rules as specified by IAAF and IPC shall apply unless stated otherwise. b) In the event of a dispute or grievance arising during event, the matter will be referred in the first instance to the Event Referee for resolution. Initially they are to be made orally then confirmed in writing and handed to the Technical Delegate within twenty (20) minutes of the completion of the race. The Event Referee will then deal with the protest. c) Appeals against the decision of the Event Referee will be referred to a Jury of Appeal comprising three members: Technical Delegate (or nominee), School Sport Australia National Secretary (or nominee) and the Host State Event Convener (or nominee). Decisions of the Jury of Appeal are final. d) The host state provides an appropriate MULTI-CLASS co-ordinator for the Page

78 championships. That this person not be Qld or NSW unless the event is in those respective States (If someone is asked to be a MULTI- CLASS co-ordinator from a different state then it is something that would need to be negotiated with that person, their principal and the requesting state). 2.2 Team Size a) Each state/territory is entitled to enter six (6) athletes in each age/gender division in the 10 years, 11 years and 12 years events. Amended March, 2017 b) Each state/territory is entitled to enter six (6) athletes in each age/gender division for the 13 years, 14/15 years, 16/17 years and 18/19 years age group events and, with the inclusion of additional athletes, up to a maximum team size of sixty (60). c) In the year prior to the ISF World Cross Country Championship each state / territory may nominate a representative school of up to six athletes of each gender in the school team competition. This is in addition to the maximum team size of (60). These athletes will be eligible to contribute to the team point score. d) Each state/territory is entitled to enter three (3) athletes in each age/gender division in the 10 years, 11 years and 12 years and 13 years, 14/15 years, years MULTI-CLASS events provided the qualifying standards and classification standards have been met. In the event that an age/gender division doesn t have three (3) qualifying athletes, athletes in another age/gender division may be selected if they meet the qualifying standard to make a total of 18 Page

79 athletes across years and 18 athletes across years teams. Amended March, Ages a) Ages of athletes will be determined as at December 31 st in the year of competition b) In individual events, competitors may only run as defined by their year of birth, except in the year of the International Schools Selection trial where students may move up to the 16/17 years age group. c) Athletes representing their school during the international selection trial MUST turn either 14 or 15 or 16 or 17 years of age in the year prior to the ISF World Schools Cross-Country Championships. 2.4 Competition Format a) Events shall be conducted for boys and girls as follows: Girls 10 years 2000m Individual 5 x 1000m Relay Girls 11 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Girls 12 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Girls 13 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 10 years 2000m Individual 5 x 1000m Relay Boys 11 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 12 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 13 years 3000m Individual 5 x 1500m Relay Composite (1 athlete from each age/gender division)6 x 1500m Relay Composite for MULTI-CLASS years 4 x 1000m Relay MULTI-CLASS years 2000m individual MULTI-CLASS Years not in a relay 1000m Time Trial Girls 13 years 3000m Cross Country 5 x 1500m Relay Girls 14/15 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 16/17 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 18/19 years 6000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Girls 13 years not in a relay 1500m Time Trial Girls 14/15, 16/17, 18/19 not in a relay 2000m Time Trial Boys 13 years 3000m Cross Country 5 x 1500m Relay Boys 14/15 years 4000m Cross Country 5 x 2000m Relay Boys 16/17 years 6000m Cross Country 5 x 3000m Relay Boys 18/19 years 8000m Cross Country 5 x 3000m Relay Boys 13 years not in a relay 1500m Time Trial Boys 14/15 years not in a relay 2000m Time Trial Boys 16/17 and 18/19 years not in a relay 3000m Time Trial MULTI-CLASS Boys 13/19 years 3000m Cross Country MULTI-CLASS Girls 13/19 years 3000m Cross Country Composite for MULTI-CLASS 13 15, years 4 x 1000m Relay MULTI-CLASS 13/19 Boys & Girls not in a relay 1000m Time Trial Amended March, 2017 b) The Organising Committee in consultation with the National Secretary and the Technical Delegate will determine the program order of events. c) Starting positions for each race will be determined by the Organising Committee conducting a draw for Race 1 and rotating positions for other races. Position 1 will be on the left of the starting line facing the direction of running. Teams will be allocated a particular starting box. d) An elevated banner will mark the finish line along with a thick white line on the ground surface that is clearly visible to all athletes. e) Judges are required to record the finishing order of all athletes. It is recommended that a dictaphone and/or video camera be used to determine accurately athletes final placing s. f) A Cross-Country race shall not commence unless the previous race is finished. This rule may be waived by the Event Referee in the event of severe weather conditions or special circumstances. 2.5 Cross-Country Team Scoring a) Scoring team means a state having at least four athletes completing therace. b) Scoring members includes up to the first six athletes from each state completing the race. c) In determining the finishing positions of scoring members of scoring teams, the race result will be adjusted so that the finishing positions of non-scoring members of scoring team (i.e. more than six from any state) and members of non-scoring teams (ie. less than four from any state) shall be eliminated. d) If two or more competitors tie for any place, the points for the places concerned shall be aggregated and divided equally amongst the competitors involved in the tie. e) The winning team will be the state, which scores the least number of points by aggregating the Page

80 positions in which its first four scoring members finish. f) In the case of a tie on points, the team whose fourth scoring member finished nearer to first place shall be declared the winner. If placing remains equal this principle applies to the third scoring member, and so on, until a winner is obtained. g) Athletes representing overseas teams will be eliminated from the team scoring process. 2.6 Relay Event Rules a) Age relay teams for 10 years, 11 years and 12 years shall comprise four (4) athletes from the same state who are eligible for that event. If in any given relay, should there be insufficient numbers, a team replacement can come from a younger age group, however, a team must contain at least half of the correct age group. Composite relay teams shall comprise six (6) athletes from the same state who are eligible for that event. MULTI-CLASS composite years relay teams shall comprise of four (4) athletes from the same state who are eligible for that event. b) Age relay teams for 13 years, 14/15 years, 16/17 years and 18/19 years events shall comprise five (5) athletes from the same state who contested Cross-Country events in that division. If in any given relay, should there be insufficient numbers, a team replacement can come from a younger age group, however, a team must contain at least half of the correct age group. MULTI-CLASS composite and years relay teams shall comprise of four (4) athletes from the same state who are eligible for that event. c) The name of athletes representing each state, in their correct running order, will be supplied to the Referee (or nominee) not less than twenty minutes prior to the scheduled start of the race. Changes to the nominated running order can only be made with permission of the Referee (or nominee). d) Each runner will wear a large coloured patch supplied by the School Sport Australia National Secretary on the front and back of the running singlet/top to indicate the age/year group they are competing in. Computer labels with athlete details will be supplied and bib numbers used in the individual event will also be required in the time trials. e) After completion of each relay leg, athletes will establish clear, physical contact with the outgoing runner within a marked 20m zone. f) All age relay teams running the same distance shall be conducted simultaneously at the discretion of the organising committee. g) For Age relay teams 13, 14/15, 16/17 and 18/19 years events, States may substitute athletes from another age group into its nominated relay team provided that: I. the relay being contested is for an older age group than that contested by the athlete in a cross- country event. II. the substitution does not affect the representation of the state in the younger age group. III. the athlete being included was not one of the first five representatives of that state to complete the cross-country event for his/her division except where that state is unable to be represented by a relay team in the younger division. h) Athletes not nominated to represent their state in their official age relay teams will be given the opportunity to compete in a Time Trial, which shall consist of a race half the individual race distance. i) The Time Trial for each age group shall be conducted simultaneously with other age groups of the same gender. All time trials will be conducted after the relay events. j) Athletes competing in Time Trial events must compete in the same age group as they did for cross- country events, EXCEPT in the year of the international selection trial when the time trial will be split into two competitions. A school team time trial (all school team members except those members selected in the top 6 of their state) and a 16/17 and 18/19 school sport team member time trial. k) Relay events for a particular gender shall be scheduled prior to the Time Trial for that gender and the Composite Relay. 4

81 l) A relay or time trial shall not commence until all competitors have completed the previous event. m) The Organising Committee shall determine starting positions for each relay and time trial. n) Each age group MULTI-CLASS 13 15, and 13, 14/15, 16/17 and 18/19 years events contesting a relay will be provided with a start/finish line and changeover zone. In the MULTI-CLASS years, 10 years, 11 years and 12 years relays a single start/finish line will be used depending on how the event is organised. 2.7 Uniform a) Each athlete must wear the correct uniform of his/her state when competing and when being presented with a medal/award. b) States may wish to designate a selected group of athletes to wear the principal uniform of that state. If so, the state concerned must make arrangements for other athletes representing that state to be uniformly attired i.e. individual, school or club costumes are not permitted. This does not apply to athletes representing their school only during the international selection trial. Suggested options include the wearing of different coloured shorts, reverse singlet colours, etc. I. (i) All athletes representing their School Team in the ISF World Schools selection trial will wear the full running uniform of their school. II. (ii) If a School team athlete finishes in the first 5 athletes for their state in the 16/17 Boys or Girls they will be bound by the selection rules for the relays and MUSTwear the uniform of his/her state. c) To permit officials, spectators and competitors to identify athletes properly, each state should ensure that its competition uniform is designed in such a manner that it is clearly distinguishable from other states. d) School Sport Australia will maintain a register of state competition uniforms. States are required to notify their current uniform design. e) The Host State will allocate each competitor a unique registration number. f) The Host state will provide each competitor with two bibs, each bearing the registration number of the athlete, and pins, etc. to attach the bibs to the athlete s uniform in accordance with IAAF requirements. g) Any regulations concerning footwear or length of spikes, which may be applicable to the course/venue, must be notified to competing states. Athletes in events 12 years and under are not permitted to wear spikes. h) The host state should provide baskets for each state/territory in the call room for the easy transfer of runners gear. 2.8 Specific Rules and Guidelines for Athletes with a Disability (MULTI-CLASS) a) Selection: Each MULTI-CLASS must complete the selection criteria as determined by their School Sport Australia member body (e.g. participation at school, district, and regional level). b) Team Size: Each member body will be allowed 3 competitors per gender in each of the following age groups 10years, 11 years, 12 years, 13 years, 14/15 years and years providing the qualifying and classification standards have been met. In the event that an age/gender division doesn t have three (3) qualifying athletes, athletes from another age/gender division may be selected if they meet the qualifying standard to make a total of 18 athletes across years and 18 athletes across years teams. Amended March, 2017 c) Distances: Individual Cross-Country: All MULTI-CLASS s in the years individual cross-country be conducted as a combined event over a distance of 2kms. Medals will be presented as per age group and gender. MULTI-CLASS s at the secondary level will run in a combined event over a distance of 3 km for all ages. Rule 2.8c: Team Relays: MULTI-CLASS s to run a distance of 1000m for all ages and gender. Each state may enter one (1) primary relay team (10-12 years) and one (1) secondary relay team in each of the

82 following ages years and years, consisting of 4 members. Gold medals to be awarded as per current age groups and genders. Must have 4 athletes to field a team. The team points for medals will be calculated by averaging all competitors percentages, and medals awarded using the method as used with the individual races. There will be Primary medals and Secondary medals given. Medals (based on the points score) will be presented to the first 3 states Time Trials: MULTI- CLASS s not in a relay will run a time trial distance of 1000m for all ages and gender. A gold medal will be awarded to the winner of 10 years & 11 years & 12 years of each gender (the same scoring system will be used as per the individual event). Gold medals will be awarded to 13 years, 14/15 years and years of each gender (the same scoring system will be used as per the individual event) d) Qualifying Standards: ALL athletes MUST meet a qualifying time set for each disability class in each gender. The qualifying times for MULTI-CLASS athletes will be according to a table of standards attached below at Schedule G. e) NOTE: An MULTI-CLASS must choose prior to competing whether they will compete as an MULTI- CLASS or with their peers. If competing as a MULTI- CLASS they must complete the classification documentation. f) Results: Placings for all MULTI-CLASS events will be determined using the multidisability set by AA for 1500m races in relation to the distance run for each even (individual cross-country, relays and time trials). g) Eligible Classifications: Intellectually Disabled ID (T20), Hearing Impaired HI (T01), Physical Impairment (PI) This will be restricted to Cerebral Palsy T35, T36, T37 or T38 or Amputee T 44, 45, 46 or Visually Impaired T11, T12 and T13. T11 athletes must run with a guide and T12 and T13 athletes can elect to have a sighted guide runner. See Sighted Guide guidelines. Dwarfism T40 and T41 are both subject to a medical clearance. Amended March, 2017 h) Hearing aids will be removed on the line one minute prior to the start or after all final instructions have been given, whichever is the latter. 3. NATIONAL SCHOOLS & REPRESENTATIVE TEAM SELECTION 3.1 International Tour a) Occurs every 2 years and the selection will be held in the year prior to the ISF World Cross-Country Championships (odd year). b) School Sport Australia must be represented by a boys and girls school team BEFORE representative teams can be nominated. c) An application for this tour to proceed must be submitted 18 months prior to the ISF World Schools Cross Country Championships and a management team be in place 12 months prior to the ISF World Schools Cross Country Championship. 3.2 Selection Policy a) School Team Selection I. A team of 4-6 students who MUST turn either 14 or 15 or 16 or 17 years of age in the year prior to the ISF World Schools Cross- Country Championships and still be enrolled at a school in the year of the ISF World Schools Cross Country Championships. II. Each state will decide on their own selection procedure for a schools team to represent that state at the School Sport Australia Championships in the year prior to the ISF Words Cross-Country Championships III. If the states trial is held as an U18 event, athletes in such a school team challenging for selection in the ISF World Cross-Country

83 Championships must adhere to (I) above. IV. The successful team will contest the School Sport Australia 16/17 year s event at the School Sport Australia Cross Country in the year prior to the ISF World Cross-Country Championships in order to challenge for final selection. V. Each school must verify that each athlete in their team is a bona fide student at their school and that their birth date is correct. VI. Athletes will meet all costs incurred VII. The school Principal must endorse that if their school team (the 4-6 athletes who contested the School Sport Australia Cross Country) wins selection then they, unless due to illness or injury, will represent School Sport Australia at the ISF World Schools Cross- Country Championships in the year following selection and shall appoint a member of their school staff to accompany the team. VIII. Only members of the winning individual school team will not be eligible for selection in the School Sport Australia representative teams for the ISF Cross Country Championships. b) Representative Team Selection Only students in the School Sport Australia member body teams will be eligible for selection in the School Sport Australia Cross-Country team. The first six (6) runners eligible by age to complete the 16/17 years events at the School Sport Australia Cross Country in the year prior to the ISF World Cross-Country Championships will be invited to represent School Sport Australia at the ISF World Schools Cross- Country Championships in the year following selection. 3.3 Selection of National Team Officials a) Where an Australian team is to be represented at the ISF World Schools-Cross- Country Championship the selection of the tour officials shall be done in accordance with School Sport Australia policy and guidelines (Schedule A). b) Once it has been confirmed that an International Tour is to take place, nominations shall be called from all participating States/Territories 4. PRESENTATIONS / TROPHIES a) One each of gold, silver and bronze medals will be presented to athletes finishing first, second and third in each cross-country race in years age groups. One each of gold, silver and bronze medals will be presented to athletes finishing first, second and third in each cross-country race in years age group irrespective of whether an athlete belongs to a SSA State team or a AA MA State team. b) Gold, silver and bronze medals shall be presented to all teams including multiclass events finishing first, second and third in each age cross-country race without discriminating between whether an athlete belongs to a SSA State team or a AA MA State team. All athletes will be eligible to score points for their state (regardless of their selection by School Sport or Member Association), based on rule 2.5. Amended March, 2017 c) Gold, silver and bronze medals will be presented to teams finishing first, second and third in each relay race. Five (5) each of gold, silver and bronze medals shall be presented to teams finishing first, second and third in the 13 years to 18/19 years relay & six (6) each of gold, silver and bronze medals shall be presented to teams finishing first, second and third in the years Composite Relay race. For 10 years, 11 years, 12 years, five (5) each of gold, silver and bronze medals shall be presented to teams finishing first, second and third. For Primary and Secondary Composite MULTI- CLASS relays four (4) each of gold, silver and bronze medals shall be presented to teams finishing first, second and third in each age division. d) In the 13 years to the 18/19 years a gold medal will be presented to the athlete from each age/gender division who completes the Time Trial course faster than other competitors in that age/gender division. For the MULTI-CLASS time

84 trials a gold medal will be presented to the athlete from each of the 10 years and 11 years and 12 years of each gender and 13 years, 14/15 years and years who completes the Time Trial course faster than other competitors in that age/gender division. e) Gold, silver and bronze medals shall be presented to members of individual school teams finishing first, second and third in the years when this event is held. f) Cross Country Trophy A perpetual trophy will be awarded to the SSA Member body state aggregating most points in all age groups in the Cross- Country team races. Points will be awarded according to the number of teams competing in a particular race the table below shows the scores for 8 teams competing in one race: 1st place = 8 points 2nd place = 7 points 3rd place = 6 points 4th place = 5 points 5th place = 4 points 6th place = 3 points 7th place = 2 points 8th place = 1 point Points will be reduced by one if there are only 7 teams 1 st place will receive 7 points. If 6 teams 1 st place will receive 6 points and so on. In the event of a tie, joint winners will be declared. g) Relay Trophy A perpetual trophy will be awarded to the SSA Member body state aggregating most points in relay races. Points will be awarded according to the number of teams competing in a particular race the table below shows the scores for 8 teams competing in one race: 1st place = 8 points 2nd place = 7 points 3rd place = 6 points 4th place = 5 points 5th place = 4 points 6th place = 3 points 7th place = 2 points 8th place = 1 point Points will be reduced by one if there are only 7 teams 1 st place will receive 7 points. If 6 teams 1 st place will receive 6 points and so on. In the event of a tie, joint winners will be announced. h) Aggregate Trophy A perpetual trophy will be awarded to the SSA Member body state aggregating most points in both Cross- Country and relay races. Scores for each state will be obtained by totaling points awarded for the Cross Country Trophy and the points awarded for the Relay Trophy. In the event of a tie, joint winners will be announced. i) Placings for MULTI-CLASS events Placings for all MULTI-CLASS events will be determined using the current Athletics Australia multi- disability formula relation to the distance run for 1500m events. In both the individual cross- country, relays and time trials. All percentages for all disability classes will be calculated and the highest percentage wins, second highest second etc. j) Point Scoring for MULTI-CLASS Events MULTI-CLASS points to be worked out using the following process: - Each team has a maximum of 2 scoring competitors per age and gender for the individual cross country event. (3 rd will be eliminated for team scoring calculation). - Points are awarded for each age and gender. Scoring to be based on the following for Teams event: - Each athlete will be awarded the following points based on their finishing time and then having the disability percentage calculation applied. Highest

85 percentage will be placed 1 st, second highest 2 nd etc. 1 st -16, 2 nd -15, 3 rd th 1. The points are then added together and allocated as follows: - Highest points 8 to - Lowest points 1. Points will be reduced by one if there are only 7 teams 1 st place will receive 7 points. If 6 teams, 1 st place will receive 6 points and so on. These points will then be added into the calculations for the Cross Country and Relay Trophies. k) Improvement Trophy Three (3) additional three perpetual trophies for the individual cross country, team relays and aggregate categories. The measure of improvement to be calculated mathematically with relation to the past 3 year s average results in each category. The team with the highest improvement in each category would win thataward. 5. FINANCE/BUDGETS 5.1 Event Levy - An event levy per competitor as determined by School Sport Australia is payable to the host state prior to the commencement of theevent. 5.2 The Organising Committee will prepare and submit a budget for approval for the conduct of all elements of the event for consideration by School Sport Australia. This budget must be acquitted and re- submitted to School Sport Australia at the conclusion of the event. 5.3 The resources of AA/School Sport Australia will be utilised to try to secure sponsorship opportunities for the event. 6. APPENDIX 6.1 SCHEDULE A: POLICIES - SCHOOL SPORTAUSTRALIA 1. General Policies 2. Codes of Behaviour 3. Competition Statement 4. Competition Roster 5. Affiliation with Other Organisations Conducting School Sport Activities 6. Team Documentation 7. Championship Levies 8. Drugs in Sport 9. National Secretaries and Primary Management Committee 10. Student Officials 11. Selection of Overseas Tour Officials 12. Introduction of New Sports 13. Provision of Alternative Forms of School Sporting Competitions 14. Participation in School Sport Australia Championships by Non-Affiliated Organisations 15. Sun Protection 16. Age Dispensation Copies of these policies are available from School Sport Australia or School Sport Australia member bodies. 6.2 SCHEDULE B: POLICIES - ATHLETICSAUSTRALIA Includes policies contained in: Competition Manual for Athletics Australia Distance Running Championships - available from Athletics Australia and affiliates. 6.3 SCHEDULE C: AGENDA - PRE-EVENT MEETING Chair: Meeting Venue: Meeting Date:

86 Business: 1. Introduction of Chair/Welcome 2. Accreditation of Delegates 3. Previous Event Reports - Technical Delegate - School Sport Australia National Secretary 4. Event Organisation - Event Convener - Course Manager - Referee - Other 5. Verification of team documentation and athlete eligibility 6. Business relating to Post-Event Meeting 7. General Business 6.4 SCHEDULE D: AGENDA - POST-EVENT MEETING Chair: Meeting Venue: Meeting Date: Business: 1. Introduction of Chair/Welcome 2. Review/evaluation of current Event - Event Convener - Technical Delegate - National Secretary - Competing States 3. Business on Notice 4. Business arising from Pre-event Meeting 5. Recommendations for submission to School Sport Australia 6. Next Event - Preliminary details re venue, dates etc. 7. General Business 6.5 SCHEDULE E: TIME LINE Year before Event: June Organising Committee established August Preliminary details provided at event i.e. venue, dates etc. Nov-DecSchool Sport Australia deals with reports recommendations Year of Championships: March April May June July August Event Rules confirmed by School Sport Australia Budget submitted to School Sport Australia for approval Courses confirmed. Invitations to compete issued Details of courses and itinerary provided Details re travel, accommodation, ground transport supplied Proposed costs e.g. souvenirs, provided States respond to invitations States notify travel and accommodation details Costs to states finalised Official personnel appointed, equipment organised Entries close Medals, awards, certificates, souvenirs, obtained Program printed Event conducted

87 Sept Oct Reports (Host State, Technical Delegate, National Secretary) distributed Acquitted budget statement supplied to School Sport Australia 6.6 SCHEDULE F: EVENT ITINERARY Friday am Friday: am Arrival of teams Courses and personnel Available for preview pm Pre-event Meeting Sunday am pm Education Excursion Post-Event Meeting Saturday Cross-Country Events Monday am Relays and Time Trials pm Teams depart

88 6.7 SCHEDULE G: QUALIFYING STANDARDS MULTI-CLASSCOMPETITORS Cross Country MULTI-CLASS QUALIFYING STANDARDS GIRLS 2017 CLASS Hearing Impaired 2000 MDS 10 YEARS 2km 11 YEARS 12 YEARS 3000 MDS 13 YEARS 3km YEARS YEARS T01 05: : : : : : : :55.3 Visually Impaired T11 07: : : : : : : :03.8 T12 06: : : : : : : :55.2 T13 05: : : : : : : :54.9 Intellectually Impaired T20 05: : : : : : : :15.7 Cerebral Palsy T : : : : : : : :21.1 T37 06: : : : : : : :01.4 T38 06: : : : : : : :32.1 Amputee & Les Autres T44 07: : : : : : : :41.7 T : : : : : : : :56.4 Short Stature T40 - T41 11: : : : : : : : Cross Country MULTI-CLASS QUALIFYING STANDARDS BOYS 2017 CLASS 2000m MDS Hearing Impaired 2km 10 YEARS 11 YEARS 12 YEARS 3000m MDS 13 YEARS 3km YEARS YEARS T01 4: : : : : : : :01.9 Visually Impaired T11 5: : : : : : : :18.1 T12 4: : : : : : : :48.8 T13 4: : : : : : : :07.7 Intellectually Impaired T20 4: : : : : : : :38.5 Cerebral Palsy T : : : : : : : :39.9 T37 4: : : : : : : :44.5 T38 4: : : : : : : :56.7 Amputee & Les Autres T44 6: : : : : : : :16.1 T : : : : : : : :57.3 Short Stature T40 - T41 10: : : : : : : :18.5

89 SCHEDULE H: SIGHTED GUIDE GUIDELINES The following has been collated from existing guidelines by both the Australian Blind Sports Federation and the International Blind Sports Association. Some changes have been made to suit the nature of cross country. 1. The guide runner must wear a bright orange bib saying guide runner. This will be supplied by School Sport Australia. 2. It is the responsibility of the guide to ensure that the athlete is properly orientated in the start position. The athlete must have a guide for the entire race. 3. Athletes must bring their own guide to the championship. 4. Competitor and guide are in competition to be regarded as ateam. 5. As a blind runner crosses the finish line or relay change-over line, the guide must be behind the athlete. 6. The method of guidance is the choice of the athlete. T11 athletes MUST have a guide, T12 athletes may elect to have a guide and T13 athletes MAY ELECT to have a GUIDE if the course is deemed hazardous to the athlete. 7. The athlete may choose to use an elbow lead or run free or be tethered with the guide by looped elastic or a short open ended rope which allows the athlete and guide to be separated by no more than 50cms. 8. Holding the athlete, or the athlete s clothing is not permitted. An exception to the rule may be allowed if the guide is needed to assist the athlete over an obstacle. An official needs to be consulted prior to the athlete s event if this is required. 9. The athlete may receive verbal instruction from the guide. 10. At no time may the guide pull the athlete, or propel the athlete forward by pushing. Infringement of this rule may lead to disqualification except where identified in Over distances of 1500m two guides are allowed. Only one exchange of guides is permitted for each runner. No runner may be accompanied by more than one guide at a time. The exchange must take place without hindrance to other runners. The intention to change guides must be notified in advance to the officials. The officials will determine the conditions of the change-over. 12. It is the responsibility of the each state to have skilled guide runners prior to the start of the championship. 13. During relay races, the touch between athletes can occur either between the athlete and next athlete or the guide and the next athlete. The guide, however, must be behind the incoming athlete at the relay change-over line. Sighted guides must be at least 17years of age.

90 6.9 SCHOOL SPORT AUSTRALIA SERVICE AWARDS Refer to School Sport Australia Awards Policy School Sport Australia Life Members (Cross Country) - Barry Moore Victoria School Sport Australia Service Award Recipients NAME STATE YEAR Trevor Wiseman SA 2001 Daryl Quick VIC 2001 Hartley Wheeler SA 2001 Rick Bruce VIC 2002 Robbie Morgan-Morris VIC 2004 Maria Pointon SA 2004 Tony Last NSW 2006 Alison Moore WA 2006 Dene Edmunds WA 2006 Julie Braakhuis VIC 2007 Mike Clark SA 2008 Gerard Ryan ACT 2009 Neville Down VIC 2010 Gary Zeuner SA 2011 John Neale VIC 2011 Chris Sly VIC 2013 Craig Mahony VIC 2013 Sue Burt VIC 2014 Robert Hunter SA 2014 John Lawniczak WA 2014 Craig White ACT 2014 Greg Allen NSW 2016 NAME STATE YEAR SPORTS Annette Harasymiv ACT 2004 Cross Country / Football Karen Burton ACT 2004 Cross Country / Volleyball / Water Polo Mike Kingston VIC 2005 Cross Country / Pacific School Games Malcolm Burt VIC 2005 Cross Country / Pacific School Games Michael Butler SA 2016 Cross Country / Touch Football / Track & Field

91 Championship information including draws and results can be found at www. s ch oo l s p or t. e d u. a u

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