Club Championships


Events

The Club championship events will be se for the calendar year by the Management Committee and be published no later than 31 January each year.

Submissions for events to be considered for the club championships can be made by members.  Such submissions may be in writing (email) or verbally discussed with a Committee Member, and are to be received by the Management Committee no later than the Friday immediately prior to the December committee meeting.

The Club Championship events will generally consist of the following, but can be varied from time to time –

  • 3 x Marathons, 2 of which will be the Auckland and the Rotorua Marathons,
  • 4 or 5 x Half Marathons, which will include the Auckland Half Marathon,
  • 10 km road race organised by the Club Management Committee,
  • A Cross Country event run in association with Auckland Athletics cross country championship event.

Eligibility

To be eligible for a championship awards, a Club member must be –

  • Wearing a Club uniform at the time of competing, and
  • A financial member of the Club as at the time of the event for which they are an award contender.

Awards

The following awards will be made annually to recognise individual member achievement

  • Marathon Club Champion – Male and Female
  • Half Marathon Club Champion ‐ Male and Female
  • 10 km Club Champion ‐ Male and Female
  • Marathon, Half Marathon and 10 km Walkers (first and second)

Marathon, Half Marathon, Cross Country Age Groups (first and second) in the listed gender and age groups –

Men

Ladies

16-39

13-34

 

35-39

40-44

40-44

45-49

45-49

50-54

50-54

55-59

55-59

60-64

60-64

65-69

65-69

70-74

70-74

75-79

75-79

80+

80+

 

For the purposes of Age Groups, the age of the participant shall be based on their age on the day of the event.  In cases where a member crosses two age groups, they will be eligible for awards in both age groups.

Uniform Exemption

A request for an exemption from the wearing of club uniform can be made by a member in relation to an individual event.  Such a request is to be made in writing (email) no later than the Friday prior to the committee meeting immediately prior to the event for which the exemption is being sought.  An example of when such an exemption may be granted is when a member is acting as an official pacer for an event and the event organiser requires the pacers to wear the event pacer shirt.