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Record Entries for Cork Athletics Juvenile T&F - Day 1 2018

CIT Track Set to Host Record 1,460 Juvenile Athletes

CIT Track, Cork

10:30am Sunday May 6th 2018

cork athletics juvenile track and field championships 2018


Gates will be open from 09:30am
 Entry fee is €5 for adults - children are free of charge.
Anyone who helps out at the event will have their entry fee refunded by Competition Secretary


Day 1 Schedule

A record 1,460 athletes have been entered for Day 1 of Cork Athletics Juvenile T&F Championships 2018

As a result, there will be a considerable number of heats in many events, therefore it is critical that clubs and coaches ensure that their athletes are ready and available for their particular events. 

  • Please Note that events will NOT be held up for missing or late athletes. This is particularly important where athletes are competing in several events simultaneously, i.e. track events and field events that are going on at the same time. For example, in the high jump, athletes who are missing for a particular height, will NOT have the bar lowered on their return.

    The Co-Operation of everyone, Athletes, Officials and Clubs is absolutely vital for smooth and efficient progress on the day


Safety Matters

  • All persons using cameras MUST register at the gate, when entering CIT Track
  • Only designated officials and athletes are permitted in the infield areas
  • NB Frequently children can be seen hanging out of fences and elevated railings adjacent to stairwells - this highly dangerous and will not be tolerated
  • Clubs and parents MUST ensure that their athletes do not engage in unsafe activities

    As we have a record entry of nearly 1,500 athletes, it is critical that events start on time. Therefore, can all nominated club officials/helpers please report to competition Secretary, in the (red-brick) office before 10 :15am, to ensure that events are under way by 10:30am

    In order that events start on time, warm up is not permitted on the track .

    Hi-Viz vests must be worn by all persons in the infield areas

    The weather forecast is for warm weather, so please remember to bring sun-block and drinks, and sufficient food & snacks for the day

    This is an athletics competition, so please leave all balls, hurleys and other similar items, at home.

  • Those bringing their own throwing instruments should please take care of them, and, under no circumstances whatsoever may they be thrown outside of competition area

  • Practising on the banks around the track is absolutely prohibited


Order of Events



Please use the litter bins provided around the CIT grounds, or bring your rubbish home.

There is a SUBSTANTIAL cleanup charge levied on Cork Athletics, when the Stand, Grounds and associated areas are left "In a State"

If you see someone littering, or leaving their rubbish after them, please 'Pull Them' on it - or we'll all be "Tarred with the One Brush

About Us

Cork Athletics is a constituent member of Athletics Ireland. Cork Athletics is the governing body, administering athletics, track and field (T&F), cross-country (XC) and running in county Cork. The Board comprises elected representatives of constituent athletic clubs and running clubs. Cork County Board AAI organises Championship races and competition, including road, track & field (T&F) and Cross-country (XC), at junior, juvenile, senior and masters levels, and selects representation for the county. In addition, training and education is provided for coaches and officials. The Board also regulates the Athletics Ireland race/event permit (licence) process for county Cork.
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