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Athletics Ireland Invites 2017 Carding Applications

Applications Invited for 2017 Youth / Junior / Development / Senior & Discretionary Carding

Closing Dates - October 3rd & October 10th

Don't Miss Out!!

 

Athletics Ireland Carding min

 

The 2017 Athletics ireland athlete carding policy has been published, and online application is open. Carding Policy and Performance Standards

 All athletes currently carded must fill out and submit an online application for 2017, to be considered for carding.

Carding Application Form

 

Timelines

- Applications available on HP website (athletes will reapply and/or open to apply) - September, 2016

- Athletes will submit application for consideration to the OGPP - September

- Youth/Junior applications due by 3rd of October / any questions please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

- Development/Senior/Discretionary applications due by 10th of October / any questions please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:

- Selectors meeting to consider carding applications - October

- AAI will notify athletes who have/have not been selected for the OGPP - October

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Performance Development Manager, Athletics Ireland  (087) 2629950

 

2017 Athlete Carding Scheme

Athletics Ireland will manage and administer the athlete carding scheme for all levels of carding. The carding scheme is a 'selection process' where by athletes must achieve performance criteria laid out within a Selection Policy to be considered for membership to the carding programme.

The carding scheme outlines Athletics Ireland's High Performance carding support programme known as the Operation Gold Performance Programme or 'OGPP'. The OGPP document outlines the programme support structures, selection process and policy, the selection panel, appeals process, and how athletes will be considered for carding at the various levels of the programme.

 

 

Program Structure

The Operation Gold Performance Programme will select and invest in athletes to provide “more opportunities” and to “achieve performance results” that will be supported on two levels:

1. Performance - Individual Carding: support athletes who can deliver on our performance goals and meet with the individual selection criteria set out within the different levels and age groups of:
Podium - World-Class -International, Development, Emerging Talent and Discretionary categories.

2. Opportunity - Team Ireland Carding: support athletes who do not meet with the criteria for individual carding but given an opportunity (identified as a potential and/or selected) to represent Athletics Ireland at a major championship.


Carding Process

Application Process: All currently carded and any newly considered athletes must (re)apply for carding each year. The applications for individual athlete carding can be filled out and submitted on AAI’s HP website. After selection, athletes will be notified and provided with additional information around carding support and other application requirements as needed for the OGPP.

 

The Selectors retain the overall discretion to consider an athlete for carding where an Application has inadvertently not been made. The process for individual carding:

1  Applications available on HP website (athletes will reapply and/or open to apply) - September 1st, 2016

2  Athletes will submit application for consideration to the OGPP - Sept: Track / XC
     Youth/Junior applications due by 3rd of October / any questions please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
     Development/Senior/Discretionary applications due by 10th of October / any questions please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

3- Selectors meeting to consider carding applications - October

4- AAI will notify athletes who have/have not been selected for the OGPP - October

5- AAI/ISC will collectively publish the 2017 carding list

* No application is needed for Team Carding



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