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sprints & relays

First to the lamppost...

first across the line...

the fastest wins.


Relays are the path to future success in Sprints for NZ at the international level. 

A national relay based programme from beginner to elite will be influenced by the plan outlined.to make us all faster.

 

2018-19 regional sprints & relays clinics

A series of 1-day regional sprints & relays clinics will be held across the country
Led by regional coordinators and supported by the event group lead, the focus of these clinics will be on;

  • Starts- technical and conceptual bases
  • Transition phase i.e. where to from the blocks
  • Running mechanics in sprinting. Are we missing something?
  • Power in relation to sprinting how is it developed and utilised.
  • Speed. What is it really?

These regional clinics will be held across NZ at the following:

  • Auckland & Hamilton
  • Masterton
  • Nelson, Christchurch, Dunedin

Dates and further details will be available shortly. Please contact event group lead terry@athletics.org.nz for further information

2018 national relay camp

A National Relays Camp will be held in Christchurch, 27-28 October 2018.
Specifically targeted to develop athletes to provide a future Womens 4x400m and Mens 4x100m u20, and 4 x 100m WUG team for eligible Women, this National camp will focus on:

  • power development and running technique
  • exchange technique application and testing 
  • a training and adapted competition opportunity for above-mentioned target group athletes and other invited athletes
  • competition planning and training load discussion for the upcoming season and beyond
  • competition opportunities

For further information, please contact terry@athletics.org.nz

competition opportunities

A key strategic focus for the Sprints & Relays group is around increased competition opportunities to;

  1. grow depth of fields in Relays in particular
  2. provide practice opportunities to embed the technical elements of relays  
  3. provide qualification opportunities for target squads (eg. World U20) 

Alongside this, the intent to link relay squad development and training opportunities around existing Classics and competitions is under consideration. (eg - the morning following the competition).
Further details around competition opportunities will be available in conjunction with the 2018-19 event calendar. 

sprints & relays advisory panel

Terry Lomax - event group lead
Kerry Hill
Elena Brown
James Mortimer
Gary Henley-Smith
Brent Ward
Andrew Maclennan 

Regional coordinators:

  • Northland - Suzanne Price
  • Auckland - James Mortimer / Neil Bartlett
  • Waikato /Bay of Plenty – Kerry Hill
  • HBPB – Dean Hulls
  • Taranaki – Larry O’Byrne
  • Man/Wanganui – George McConachy/Alec McNab
  • Wellington – Gary Henley-Smith, Mark Harris
  • Tasman - Dennis Kale
  • Canterbury - Jonathon Black
  • Otago Brent Ward
  • Southland (tbc)

2018-19 Sprints & Relays Coaches Forum

Athletics NZ is pleased to receive a Prime Ministers Scholarship to host the 2018-19 Sprints & Relays Coaches Forum.
This initiative, led by Sprints and Relays lead Terry Lomax, supported by the Coach education manager, will focus on building the co-coaching / collaborative coaching approach introduced in 2017 to this group.
It will also look to introduce further development via embedded workshops through a formalised program.

Further information will be available in due course.

contact details

Terry Lomax - Sprints & Relays lead
terry@athletics.org.nz

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