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º San Salvador, March 12th 2007 Presidents of the North American, Central American and the Caribbean Athletics Confederation (NACAC) It is a pleasure for me to promote and invite you to the realization, in our country, to the First Senior Athletics Championship of the North American Central American and the Caribbean Area, The event will take place in July 13, 14 and 15 of the current year at the Estadio Nacional “Jorge Mágico Gonzalez” with the participation of about 550 athletes, officials and leaders of the 32 Countries that that conform the NACAC family. The Organizing Committee and our Federation’s Directive Board, which I am honoured to preside, are working relentlessly so that you may have a delightful experience when you visit and compete in my country. We are counting the hours to the beginning of the competition, and to welcome you with open arms so you can take with yourselves and to your home the great memory of having been in your brother nation, El Salvador. I expect you soon!!! Dr. Jose Benjamín Ruiz Rodas President Organizing Committee First NACAC Senior Athletics Championship 2007 Pagina Web: www. indes.gob.s v/nacac2007/index.html Correos electrónicos: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Edificio Fedeatletismo, 45 Av. Sur, Estadi o Naci onal Jorge El Mágico Gonzalez, Fax: (503) 2245-2407, Tel.: (503) 2298-0842, Apdo. 1362, San Sal vador , El Sal vador , C.A. FIRST NACAC SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ATHLETICS TEAM MANUAL Estadio Nacional Jorge “Mágico” González San Salvador, July 13-15 2007 1. - GENERAL INFORMATION The North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) designated the Salvadorian Athletic Federation as the organizer of the I NACAC Senior Championships in Athletics to be held on July 13-15, 2007. 1.1 NACAC Executive Council Lamine Diack (SEN) Honorary President Amadeo ID Francis (PUR) President Keith Joseph (VIN) Vice-President Neville McCook (JAM) IAAF Area Representative Alfred Emmanuel (LCA) Treasurer Samuel Maduro-Classen (PUR) Secretary Guillermo Araya (CRC) Council Member Robert Hersh (USA) Council Member Alain Jean Pierre (HAI) Council Member Maria Antonieta Ocón (NCA) Council Member Judith Simmons (BER) Council Member Abby Hoffman (CAN) Ex Officio Member Alberto Juantorena Danger (CUB) Ex Officio Member César Moreno Bravo (MEX) Ex Officio Member 1.2 Organizing Committee Lic. Jorge Hernández Isussi Honorary President Dr. Benjamin Ruiz Rodas President Lic. Rigoberto Hernandez Vice-President Lic. Francisco Ferrer Vice-President Ing. Ramon Rodriguez Vice-President Lic. Erick Vladimir Rivas General Secretary Sr. Gilberto Dahabura Treasurer Lic. Rigoberto Hernández General Coordinator Lic. Raúl Leiva Navidad Logistics Coordinator Lic. Mauricio Argumedo Q. Technical Coordinator 1.3 Executive Commissions Lic. Rubén Quintanilla Competition Director Lic. Carlos Clemente Results Ing. Beatriz de Chacón Accreditations Dr. Juan Carlos Vargas Medical Services Ing. Rafael Amaya Transportation Prof. Eduardo Israel Flores Ceremonies Sr. Ramon Huezo Security Lic. Walter N. Lovo Accommodation Lic. Hilma de Sura Volunteers Lic. Ana Patricia Ortiz Protocol Lic. Gerardo López Press Lic. Marco Flores Juridical 1.4 NACAC Delegates Amadeo ID Francis (PUR) Organizational Delegate Carlos A. Barrios Casasola (GUA) Technical Delegate Dr. Francisco Amy (PUR) Doping Delegate Paul Francis (JAM) Area Technical Official Esther Maynard (BAR) Area Technical Official Dee Jensen (USA) Area Technical Official Mercedes Román (MEX) Area Technical Official Robert Bowman (USA) Area Race Walking Judge Jennifer Machado (PUR) Area Race Walking Judge Ricardo Servin (MEX) Area Race Walking Judge José Luis Vega (CUB) Area Race Walking Judge 1.5 Jury of Appeals. The Jury will be designated during the Technical Meeting. 1.6 NACAC Member Federations Anguilla (AIA), Antigua & Barbuda (ANT), Aruba (ARU), Bahamas (BAH), Barbados (BAR), Belize (BIZ), Bermuda (BER), British Virgin Islands (IVB), Canada (CAN), Cayman Islands (CAY), Costa Rica (CRC), Cuba (CUB), Dominica (DMA), Dominican Republic (DOM), El Salvador (ESA), Grenada (GRN), Guatemala (GUA), Haiti (HAI), Honduras (HON), Jamaica (JAM), Mexico (MEX), Montserrat (MNT), Netherland Antilles (AHO), Nicaragua (NCA), Puerto Rico (PUR), St. Kitts & Nevis (SKN), St. Lucia (LCA), St. Vincent & The Grenadines (VIN), Trinidad and Tobago (TRI), Turks & Caicos (TKS). United States of America (USA), U. S. Virgin Islands (ISV). 1.7. Host Country / City Name: El Salvador Location: Situated on the Pacific coast of Central America Area: 8,260 sq. mis. Population: 6,822,378 (2006) Language: Spanish Currency: US$ Dollar Electricity: 110-220 V. Water Quality: Non-Potable Health: Vaccinations are not required. Telephone: Country code: 503 Capital: San Salvador Population 1,791,700 (metro) 504,700 (city) Altitude above sea level: 620 m. Maximum temperature: 300 Celsius Average temperature: 270 Celsius Minimum temperature: 250 Celsius Average Relative Humidity: 49% 2. - ARRIVAL IN SAN SALVADOR Upon arrival each delegation should proceed to the Arrivals area of the airport. Once the delegation has been processed through entry formalities and customs clearance they will be welcomed by the attaché that has been assigned by the Local Organizing Committee (LOC). Delegations should confirm the date, airline, flight and time of arrival on the forms provided for this purpose by the LOC to ensure the appropriate reception. The delegations will then carry their luggage to the transport provided for the Championships. The LOC will help to carry the vaulting poles and provide any additional assistance. All persons arriving in El Salvador are required to purchase a tourist visa upon arrival at a cost of US$25.00. In addition, citizens of the following countries are required to have visas prior to boarding their flights to El Salvador Countries that need a Salvadorian visa: (See www.elsalvadorturismo.gob.sv/ for further information). Anguilla Cuba Aruba Turks and Caicos Bermuda Grenada Dominica Dominican Republic Jamaica Haiti Monserrat Netherland Antilles 3. - ACCREDITATION There will be two Accreditation Centers located in the lobbies of the team and the NACAC hotels. These centers shall be open from 9:00AM until 8:00PM from July 12th to 14th. These Centers will also serve as Competition Information Centers (CIC’s) where all accommodation, transportation and competition related issues may be dealt with. To facilitate the process of accreditation, each individual will be required to provide his passport. The accreditation card will indicate to which areas the individual will have access, as indicated below: 1 VVIP Area 7 Warm up Area 2 VIP Area 8 Hotel, Athletes and officials Hotel, NACAC Family, ITO´s and special 3 Competition Area 9 guests 4 Mixed Zone 10 General Stairs/Seats 5 VIP Transport 11 Team Seats 6 Press Center 12 Transport Loss of accreditation card must be reported immediately to the relevant Competition Information Center. 4. - ACCOMMODATIONS The NACAC family, VIPs, special g uests, athletes, coaches and delegates will be accommodated at several hotels. The Hotel and Convention Center will be the prime hotel for the 1st NACAC Senior Championships in Athletics. This is a 5 star hotel located in the best commercial and residential areas of the city at 89 Avenida Norte y 11 Calle Poniente, Colonia Escalón, San Salvador Tel. (503) 22570700, fax (503) 22570710. Global reservation center 1-800-333- 3333. www.radisson.com/sansalvadores Other available hotels include the Holiday Inn San Salvador, 4 star category where athletes, coaches and delegates will also be accommodated. Urbanización y Boulevard Santa Elena, near to the American Embassy, San Salvador Tel: (503) 22444000, Fax (503) 22414070 Technical officials, athletes, coaches and delegates will also be accommodated at the “Albergue Olimpico” of the Institute of Sport and Recreation (INDES) with 4 star category,. Final Calle la Sabana, Colonia La Sabana, Ciudad Merliot, Santa Tecla, La Libertad, Tel. (503) 22891974 y 22891093, Fax: (503) 22891960. On arrival at the hotels, one credit card from each delegation must be presented at the reception or alternatively the hotel will request a cash deposit. None of the hotels will debit the credit cards in advance; only in the event any of the delegation’s members leaves unpaid extra charges (bar, laundry, telephone, pay TV, etc.) on departure. Accommodations (and meals) will be provided to all accredited individuals by the LOC, at no additional cost, from dinner on Thursday, July 12 th through breakfast on Monday, July 16th (four days maximum). Teams (or individuals) arriving earlier than Thursday, July 12th or departing later than noon on Monday, July 16 th must make special arrangements with the LOC. On arrival, additional accommodation requirements must be paid for by each delegation in cash or by credit cards (Visa or MasterCard). The charge per person per day in a double room, with meals, is US$150.00 which includes accreditation and access to the other services provided by the LOC. 4.3. Meeting rooms for teams Team delegations can use the athletes’ meeting rooms, which will be at their disposal in each hotel. Team Leaders should contact the CIC for room availability and booking. 4.4 Attachés One attaché will be assigned to each team, although this will be dependent on the number of athletes and team officials. Small delegations will be asked to share an attaché. 5. - MEALS All meals will be served in the athletes’ dining room at their hotel. It is essential to show an accreditation card to access the dining room. Meals will be served according to the following timetable: Breakfast: from 06:30 to 08:30AM Lunch: from 12:30 to 02:30PM Dinner: from 07:00 to 10:30PM 6. - TRANSPORTATION 6.1. Prior to competition The following schedule details the transportation service provided by the LOC for training purposes on the 12th 13th and 14th of July. The LOC will not assume responsibility for transportation outside of the scheduled hours. Date Event Schedule Departure to Stadium Return to Hotel Hammer throw Pole vault, Middle 8:00 10:00 7:00 10:15 Distance and Long jump. Sprints, Relays and Hurdles. Shot put, Javelin, 10:00 12:00 09:00 12:15 12-13-14 High jump and July Triple jump. Open (Except Javelin and 16:00 18:00 15:00 18:15 Hammer throw) Open (Except Javelin and 18:00 20:00 17:00 20:15 Hammer throw) 6.2. During competition The warm-up area is placed 300m. away from the competition stadium at the “José María Escriba de Balaguer Boulevard”. At this location a pre-call room will be installed. The athletes will travel directly from their hotels to the warm-up area, and afterwards, to the competition area. LOC will provide transportation to the athletes and coaches from the hotel to the warm-up area, from the warm-up area to the Stadium (competition area) and to the hotel. 7. - MEDICAL SERVICES The LOC is responsible for providing all medical care to athletes, other team members and officials at the 1st NACAC Senior Championships. These services will be provided by health professionals during the dates included in your stay in San Salvador. The services will be provided in the following areas: (a) Competition area Emergency services during the competition First aid Services will be available at the start of each day of competition until 30 minutes after the competition concludes. Doctors designated by the LOC will evaluate and take care of any emergency in the competition site. According to the case, they will refer the patient to the corresponding specialist. No medical assistance from the participating countries will be allowed in this area; only those provided by the LOC (b) Warm-up area Tables for massage and intervention Ice treatment Medical emergency evaluation (c) Hotels Medical assistance will be offered 24 hours a day by the LOC at the hotels where the participants are accommodated. This service will be provided from July 12 to 16th. (d) Insurance coverage NACAC has secured comprehensive travel insurance covering all participants from the time of their departure to their return home. Team leaders should carefully inspect the Insurance Policy which was sent to each federation by NACAC upon payment of their dues for the current year. 8. - COMPETITION AND TRAINING FACILITIES 8.1. Training Area The track at the Universidad de El Salvador will be available for training on the 12th, 13th and 14th. Transportation to and from the team hotel will be provided as per the schedule provided in chapter 6.1. The facility has an 8-lane Conica surface (similar to that in the main stadium), long/triple jump runways and shot put circle. 8.2. Warm up area The warm-up track is located at the Gimnasio Nacional, 300 meters away from the stadium. A Call room will be located in this area where an announcer will call the events in both English and Spanish. All athletes must report to this area at the times given in Appendix 5. Each group of competitors will then be taken to the Estadio Nacional Jorge “Mágico” Gonzalez by the stewards and/or judges. . While within ready walking distance, a shuttle service will be provided for the competitors. . 8.3. Competition Area: The 1st NACAC Senior Championships will be held in the National Stadium Jorge “Magico” Gonzalez in San Salvador. The competition arena has a total capacity of 35,000 seats. The TIC, Call Room and Medical Center are located at the stadium. A seating area has been allocated for the teams. Further information will be available at the CICs and TIC. The competition arena (see map) has a: 1. CONICA SW surfaced 8-lane track 2. Class II IAAF Certificate. 3. Two Long/Triple Jump Areas. 4. Two Javelin Throw Areas. 5. One Hammer/Discus Throw Area. 6. Two Shot Put Rings. 7. Two Pole Vault Areas. 8. Two High Jump Areas. 9. Musculation Gym. 10. One sauna room for each gender. 8.4. Race walk The race walking events will be held on an asphalted surface on the Boulevard de los Heroes. The competition will be held in accordance with the IAAF Rules and will be conducted over a two kilometer circuit. 8.5. Technical Information Center (TIC) Teams may obtain information in the TIC which will be located in the west wing of the stadium, close to the central offices of the LOC. The TIC’s objective is to facilitate communication between delegations, the LOC and the Technical Delegate. The TIC shall be in charge of, but not limited to the following: Written appeals to the Jury Urgent written notices to the delegations from the Technical Delegate and the Competition Management Pigeonholes which will be provided for each delegation Technical information Publication of the start lists/results Distribution of coaching passes for field events and/or combined events Distribution of number bibs 9. TECHNICAL MEETING The Technical Meeting will be held at the RADISSON Hotel and Convention Center, San Salvador on Thursday, July 12th at 1900 hours. Not more than two (2) representatives from each participating Member Federation may attend the meeting (in addition to an interpreter or attaché if required). The LOC will organize transport from the team hotel. 9.1. Procedure for the Technical Meeting The Technical Delegate will preside over the meeting, which will be conducted in Spanish with translation into English. The preliminary agenda for the technical meeting is: Welcoming words by the LOC President Opening words by the NACAC President Introductions: Technical Delegates, Jury of Appeal, Medical Delegate, Anti- Doping Delegate, Area Technical Officials and Walking Judges, LOC Completion Director, Main Competition Officials, LOC Technical Officials Items on the agenda a) Timetable b) Qualifying rounds for the races c) Raising of the bars d) Protests/appeals e) Race walk information f) Doping Control procedures g) Advertising on athletes’ clothing h) Opening and closing ceremonies i) Answers to delegations questions 9.2. Other Technical Points Any enquiries concerning the Championships must be made in writing (in English or Spanish). These questions will be answered at the Technical Meeting. The forms on which the questions should be written will be distributed upon your arrival at the Competition Information Center (CIC). These forms must be returned to the CIC in the team hotel no later than 18:00 hours on Thursday, July 12th . 11. - COMPETITION ENTRY PROCEDURES 11.1. Entry standards The entry standards that apply for this Championship are listed in Appendix 3. Each country may enter one athlete in each event, irrespective of whether or not he/she has met the entry standard, and one relay team in each event. To enter a second competitor, both athletes must have achieved the entry standard 11.2. Numerical confirmation Each Member Federation shall confirm its participation to the LOC by March 16th at the latest. The numerical confirmations (number of participants and accompanying officials, by sex) must be sent to the LOC by May 1st, 2007 on the official forms which will have been provided by the LOC. 11.3. Final entries Final entries (by name) are due on June 28, 2007 and must be submitted on the official forms provided by the LOC. Both the numerical and the final entry forms are to be sent to: Federacion Salvadoreña de Atletismo Estadio Nacional Jorge “Magico” González Colonia Flor Blanca, Apartado Postal No. 1362 San Salvador, El Salvador Telephone numbers (503) 2-298-0842 or 2-263-2431 Fax number: (503) 2-245-2407 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org and NACAC Offices P.O. Box 11040 San Juan, Puerto Rico 00910-2140 Telephone number: (787) 724-0782 Fax number: (787) 721-5236 E-mail: email@example.com 11.4. Final confirmation Team chiefs or their representative must confirm the athlete(s) that will take part in the competition before noon on the day preceding the event, except for the first day of competition for which individual entries will be confirmed at the Technical Meeting. 11.4. Participant’s ages The competition is open to all eligible athletes who are at least 16 years of age on December 31, 2007 (born in 1991). 12. PRE-COMPETITION PROCEDURES 12.1 Call Room All competitors must present themselves at the Call Room according to the scheduled check- in times indicated below. These will also be announced over the Public Announcement system as well as shown in the warm up area. Competitors who fail to appear on time at the Call Room without a valid reason (e.g., a medical certificate delivered by the official doctor of the Championships) shall be excluded from participating in this and all subsequent events in the Championships, including relays. Team officials are not allowed to enter the Call Room. Athletes who compete in combined events shall report to the Call Room before the start of the first event on each day of competition. The rest room for combined events is near to and on the same level as the Competition Arena. The athlete control for the subsequent events will take place in this rest room before the start of each event. Athletes will be escorted to the competition site by stewards and/or judges. A final check prior to the competition will take place at the interior warm up area on the southwest part of the stadium. Athletes will be taken to the competition area as follows: Track events, 10 minutes before the event starts Hurdles, steeplechase and relays, 15 minutes before the event Field events, 40 minutes before the event High jump, 50 minutes before the event Pole vault, 60 minutes before the event The procedure in the Call Room shall be as follows: Identification of the competitors by means of their accreditation cards and bib numbers Checking of athletes’ uniforms Checking of the spikes on the athletes’ shoes (number and size) Inspection of personal belongings 12.2 Starting heights The starting heights for the vertical jumps are listed below as well as the progression thereafter Event Gender Progression High jump M 1.90, 1.95, 2.00, 2.05 2.08, 2.11, 2.14, 2.17 2.19, 2.21, 2.23, etc. High jump F 1.60, 1.65, 1.70, 1.75 1.78, 1.81, 1.84, 1.87 1.89, 1.91, 193, etc. Pole Vault M 4.35,4.50, 4.65, 4.80, 4.95 5.05, 5.15, 5.25 5.30, 5.35, 5.40, etc. Pole Vault F 3.00, 3.15, 3.30 3.40, 3.50, 3.60 3.65, 3.70, 3.75, etc. 12.3 Protests Protests concerning the results or the conduct of an event shall be made within 30 minutes of the official announcement of the result of that event. Protests shall in the first instance be made orally to the Referee by the athlete himself/herself or by someone acting on his/her behalf. After the decision by the Referee, there shall be the right of appeal to the Jury of Appeal. An appeal to the Jury of Appeal must be made within 30 minutes of the official announcement of the decision made by the Referee, in writing, signed by a responsible official on behalf of the athlete, and shall be accompanied by a deposit of US$100 which will be forfeited if the protest is not upheld. 13. - COMPETITON PROCEDURES 13.1 Number bibs All competitors must wear the number bibs they have received. The numbers shall coincide with the numbers in the start list. Every competitor must wear two (2) numbers during the competition on the chest and on the back, except in the pole vault and the high jump events where only one number may be worn during the competition. One number must be worn on the back of the track suit. Track athletes must wear the hip numbers provided at the Call Room. Four (4) number bibs per athlete will be distributed at the Technical Meeting. 13.2 Starters’ commands The starter’s commands will be given in English up to and including the 400 meters. The following commands will be used: On your mark Set Firing of the gun For races 800 m and over, the following commands will be used: On your mark Firing of the gun 13.3 Timing Timing will be provided by the Mac Finish Photo finish system. A fully automatic false start system will be used. 13.4 Measurement All measurements will be done with calibrated manual measuring devices. 13.5 Official implements a) List of implements The approved list of implements which will be used during the 1 st NACAC Senior Championships will be made available at a later date. Athletes wishing to use their personal implements must submit these to the TIC 24 hours prior to the start of the event for review and certification after which they will be included in the pool of implements and available to all the competitors in the event. b) Vaulting poles The LOC will take care of the transportation and storage of the poles. All poles or bags of poles shall bear the identification of the athlete. All poles will be inspected on the morning of the competition. If a pole does not comply with the rules, the Team Leader will be informed immediately. The Technical Management will bring the poles on to the in-field in time for the competition. 14. CEREMONIES 14.1 Opening Ceremony The Opening Ceremony will take place on Friday, July 13th at the Estadio Nacional Jorge “Magico” Gonzalez. The national flag, the IAAF flag and the NACAC flag will be raised in the Competition Arena. This will also include the playing of the national and the IAAF anthems. Further information about the ceremony will be given to teams during the Technical Meeting. 14.2. Medal Ceremonies The first three (3) athletes in each individual event or the first three (3) teams in each relay race (four persons in each relay team) will be presented with a gold, silver or bronze-plated medal as appropriate. The medal presentation will usually take place before the doping control procedures. The first three (3) athletes or relay teams will be gathered together by an official in the Mixed Zone and taken to the ceremony area where they will wait for the ceremony. When a delegation competes in relay semi-finals and finals with more than four athletes, only the four athletes in the final will be awarded medals in the official ceremon y. The other athletes will receive their medals later. Diplomas for the finalists will be handed out after the competition The athletes must wear their delegation’s approved uniform at victory ceremonies. During the playing of the anthem and the raising of the flags, they shall face the flags and conduct themselves in a dignified manner. 14.3 Closing Ceremony The Closing Ceremony will take place on Sunday, July 15 th together with the last medal ceremony. The IAAF and NACAC flags will be lowered and the official handover to the next organizer of the NACAC Open Championships will take place. Further information about the ceremony will be given during the Technical Meeting. ANNEX 1 STADIUM MAP ANNEX 2 Programa de Competencias Competition Timetable Viernes 13 de julio de 2007 / Friday July 13, 2007 Mañana / Morning Sábado 14 de julio de 2007 / Saturday July 14, 2007 Mañana / Morning Domingo 15 de julio de 2007 / Sunday July 15, 2007 Mañana / Morning Hora / Time Evento / Discipline Rama / Gender Fase / Round Hora / Time Evento / Discipline Rama / Gender Fase / Round Hora / Time Evento / Discipline Rama / Gender Fase / Round 9:05 100 mts. H/M Decatlón -1 8:50 100m con vallas / 100m hurdles M/W Heptatlón -1 6:00 20 k. Caminata / 20 k. Race Walk H/M Final 9:15 Salto con Pértiga / Pole Vault H/M Final 9:10 110m con vallas / 110m hurdles H/M Decatlón -6 6:15 10 k. Caminata / 10 k. Race Walk M/W Final 9:25 100m con Vallas / 100m Hurdles M/W Semi Final 9:30 110m con vallas / 110m hurdles H/M Semi Final 10:30 4 X 100 Relevos / 4 X 100 Relay H/M Semi Final 9:45 800 mts. H/M Semi Final 9:35 Salto de Altura / High Jump M/W Heptatlón -2 10:50 4 X 400 Relevos / 4 X 400 Relay H/M Semi Final 9:50 Salto de Longitud / Long Jump H/M Decatlón -2 9:40 Salto Triple / Triple Jump M/W Final 11:05 1500 mts. H/M Semi Final 10:10 Lanz. de Jabalina / Javelin Throw H/M Final 9:45 Lanz. de Disco / Discus Throw H/M Decatlón -7 10:05 400m con Vallas / 400m Hurdles M/W Semi Final 9:55 400 mts. H/M Semi Final 10:25 400m con Vallas / 400m Hurdles H/M Semi Final 10:10 200 mts. M/W Semi Final 10:45 100 mts. M/W Calificación 10:30 200 mts. H/M Calificación 10:55 Impulso de Bala / Shot Put H/M Decatlón -3 10:50 3000 obstáculos / 3000 SC H/M Final 11:05 100 mts. H/M Calificación 10:55 Salto con Pértiga / Pole Vault H/M Decatlón -8 11:30 Lanz. de Martillo / Hammer Throw M/W Final 11:10 800 mts. M/W Semi Final 11:30 400m con vallas / 400m hurdles H/M Final Viernes 13 de julio de 2007 / Friday July 13, 2007 Noche / Evening Sábado 14 de julio de 2007 / Saturday July 14, 2007 Noche / Evening Domingo 15 de julio de 2007 / Sunday July 15, 2007 Noche / Evening Hora / Time Evento / Discipline Rama / Gender Fase / Round Hora / Time Evento / Discipline Rama / Gender Fase / Round Hora / Time Evento / Discipline Rama / Gender Fase / Round 17:35 Lanz. de Disco / Discus Throw H/M Final 17:10 200 mts. H/M Semi Final 15:00 Lanz. de Martillo / Hammer Throw H/M Final 17:40 Salto de Altura / High Jump H/M Decatlón -4 17:25 Lanz. de Jabalina / Javelin Throw H/M Decatlón -9 16:00 Salto de Longitud / Long Jump M/W Heptatlón -5 17:45 100 mts. M/W Semi Final 17:30 110m con vallas / 110m hurdles H/M Final 16:30 400m con vallas / 400m hurdles M/W Final 18:05 100 mts. H/M Semi Final 17:35 Impulso de Bala / Shot Put M/W Heptatlón -3 16:50 400 mts. H/M Final 18:20 10000 mts. M/W Final 17:45 10000 mts. H/M Final 17:05 Lanz. de Jabalina / Javelin Throw M/W Heptatlón -6 18:30 Salto con Pértiga / Pole Vault M/W Final 18:05 Salto de Longitud / Long Jump H/M Final 17:10 1500 mts. H/M Final 18:50 Impulso de Bala / Shot Put M/W Final 18:40 400 mts. M/W Final 17:30 5000 mts. H/M Final 19:00 Salto Triple / Triple Jump H/M Final 18:55 3000 obstáculos / 3000 SC M/W Final 17:35 Salto de Longitud / Long Jump M/W Final 19:20 400 mts. M/W Semi Final 19:05 Salto de Altura / High Jump M/W Final 17:45 Salto de Altura / High Jump H/M Final 19:40 400 mts. H/M Decatlón -5 19:15 200 mts. M/W Heptatlón -4 18:00 800 mts. M/W Final 19:40 Lanz. de Jabalina / Javelin Throw M/W Final 19:25 Lanz. de Disco / Discus Throw M/W Final 18:00 Impulso de Bala / Shot Put H/M Final 19:55 1500 mts. M/W Final 19:30 1500 mts. H/M Decatlón -10 18:20 800 mts. M/W Heptatlón -7 20:10 100m con vallas / 100m hurdles M/W Final 19:45 800 mts. H/M Final 18:40 4 X 100 Relevos / 4 X 100 Relay M/W Final 20:25 100 mts. M/W Final 20:00 5000 mts. M/W Final 19:00 4 X 100 Relevos / 4 X 100 Relay H/M Final 20:40 100 mts. H/M Final 20:30 200 mts. M/W Final 19:20 4 X 400 Relevos / 4 X 400 Relay M/W Final 20:45 200 mts. H/M Final 19:40 4 X 400 Relevos / 4 X 400 Relay H/M Final ANNEX 3 ENTRY STANDARDS MUJERES / WOMEN EVENTO / EVENT HOMBRES / MEN 11.50 100m 10.40 23.80 200m 21.00 53.00 400m 46.25 02.07.0 800m 01.49.0 04.25.0 1500m 03.48.0 17.00.0 5000m 14.20.0 35.30.0 10000m 29.50.0 14.00 100 Vallas / 110 Hurdles 14.40 1:00.40 400 Vallas (Hurdles) 52.00 Sin Marca / No Entry Standard 3000 Obstáculos (Steeplechase) 09.00.0 Sin Marca / No Entry Standard Relevos 4 X 100 (Relays) Sin Marca / No Entry Standard Sin Marca / No Entry Standard Relevos 4 X 400 (Relays) Sin Marca / No Entry Standard 10 km. / 20km. Caminata (Race Sin Marca / No Entry Standard Sin Marca / No Entry Standard Walk) 1.75 Salto de Altura (High Jump) 2.12 6.10 Salto de Longitud (Long Jump) 7.60 13.00 Salto Triple (Triple Jump) 16.50 3.50 Salto con Pértiga (Pole Vault) 5.00 14.40 Impulso de Bala (Shot Put) 17.00 Lanzamiento de Disco (Discus 48.00 53.00 Throw) Lanzamiento de Jabalina (Javelin 49.00 71.00 Throw) Lanzamiento de Martillo (Hammer 55.00 60.00 Throw) 4.800 Heptatlón / Decatlon 6.750 The following considerations must be made: 1- Performances must be achieved during the period January 1st 2006 to June 28th 2007. 2- Performances must be achieved during an official competition organized in conformity with the IAAF rules. 3- Performances must be achieved during competitions organized or sanctioned by the IAAF, its Area Association or its National Member Federations. Thus, results achieved at university or school competitions must be certified by the National Federation of the country in which the competition was organized.. 4- No mixed gender competition results will be accepted for competitions held completely in the stadium. 5- Wind assisted performances will not be accepted.
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