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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.

 

2017 regional sprints / relays camps

A series of regional Sprints / relays clinics will be held across the country between July - October.
Sprint technique and  relay training will form the basis of the weekend, complemented with further technical reviews. Coaches discussion opportunities.
Regional details for these clinics are:

  • Northland Sept 2017 - Suzanne Price
  • Auckland 16 Sept 2017 - James Mortimer
  • Waikato /Bay of Plenty 10 Sept 2017 – Kerry Hill
  • HBPB Aug/Sept 2017 – Dean Hulls
  • Taranaki Aug/Sept 2017 – Larry O’Byrne
  • Man/Wanganui Aug/Sept 2017 – George McConachy/Alec McNab
  • Wellington 29 July 2017– Gary Henley-Smith, Mark Harris
  • Tasman Sept 2017 - Dennis Kale
  • Canterbury Completed July 2017
  • Otago Completed July 2017
  • Southland (combined with Otago) Completed July 2017

Please contact event group lead - Terry Lomax for further information

 

2017 national relay camp

A National 4x100m Relays Camp will be held 13-15 October 2017 in Papakura, Auckland.

Please note the venue for this is Massey Park, Ron Keat drive,Papakura (Papakura Athletic club)

The focus of this camp will be on sprint technique and  relay training will form the basis of the weekend, complemented with further technical reviews. It will also include coaching discussions.

Click here for further information 
For registrations, please contact Terry Lomax

2017 Sprints & relays festival

To be held in Auckland, on the 16 & 17 December 2017, in conjunction with the Northern Champs, a weekend of competition and clinics will be held for Athletes in the Sprints and Relays events.
The aim of this weekend is to further the technical relay skills of our sprinters, to increase quality and depth of fields in targeted competitions.

The final program is TBC however 

  • Day 1 will include a competition for Sprints events 100/200/400 plus 4 x 100m Relay 
  • Day 2 will focus on Relays with Clinics/Coach Development around planning strategies for training and competition.

Further information will be available shortly.

2017 Sprints forum

A forum for sprints enthusiasts will be held at the NZ Secondary Schools Championships on 3 December 2017.
The forum is an opportunity to discuss current scenarios, future initiatives, coaching developments, key sprint coaching issues.
Coaches will be surveyed prior to the meeting to ascertain the key issues that should be discussed.
To express your interest in attending, or contribute to the discussion points, please contact Terry Lomax

contact details

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

Emily Nolan - Athletics NZ Coach Education Manager
emily@athletics.org.nz

2018-2020 Relays/Sprints Event Group proposed Initiatives

2018-2019 :

  • April Development Tour: West Coast USA
  • May National Camp: WJC Focus-Exchange Technique/Testing, combination practise/Coaches Forum 2 ½ Days.
  • June/July Development/Preparation Tour: Individual Sprinters plus WJC Relay Squad(s)
  • July Clinics: Regional Focus (Northern/Central/Southern)- Acceleration Mechanics/Running Technique/Exchange Technique. 1 ½ Days.
  • September or October National Camp: Focus-Exchange Technique/Testing, Combination practise/Coaches Forum. 2 ½ Days
  • Open Coaches Forum: NZSS Championships. Focus-Future direction in Sprints & Relays
  • Competition Camps: December 2018, January 2019, February 2019 Focus: Current focus team e.g. WUG v Nth v Sth v u20 etc
  • Development/Preparation Tours: WJC Preparation, Possible Development Tour-USA?

2019-2020 :

  • Equivalent of above activities
  • National Sprints& Relays Conference
NB: As all Athletics NZ competition opportunities are self-funded, the ability to make these proposed opportunities happen will be dependent on athletes being able to commit to them. Where the level of organisation is high then athletes will need to pay a ‘returnable’ deposit to show intention to be involved. 
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