Local Record Procedure: The Age Group Coordinator (or Chief of Event) is to check the Record on the Event sheet provided before commencing the Event. The person taking note of the distance / height results etc should also be aware of the Record. They can then remind each other if an athlete is getting close to that mark.
If a record has been achieved please contact the tower or grab a committee member BEFORE moving any equipment etc at the site. Therefore hold the spike in the measured area at long jump, shot put, discus and javelin and don’t allow anyone to walk through the area. If an athlete is attempting a record height at High Jump please call for a committee member BEFORE they attempt the jump.
The committee member will then check all is good with the jump, throw etc and complete a Record Sheet found in the age group folder. If the attempt is their first or second of three attempts, the result will be noted and, if time allows, the Committee member will stay for the next attempt rather than writing out two to three record sheets. If the record is again broken on second and or third attempts, you may follow the same procedure.
Once these records are ratified at a Committee Meeting, a Record Certificate is produced and the website is updated. The athlete will then be asked to collect their Certificate from the Tower when available.
If this procedure is not followed, unfortunately a Record cannot be awarded.
These records are the best performances by Clarence Athletes at our home venue since the centre’s inception.
As we do not recognise performances at other meets (other Centres & State meets), or meets we hold away from home (eg: at the Domain), these records give those performances the credit they deserve. Outside records have been kept since 2001 – records set prior to 2001 were State records at the time (and in some instances remain so).
In 2012 CLAC introduced a local Multi Event. Here are the Points Records CLAC Multi Event Records 2019-20
Outside points records for Multi Events are also available HERE
ALAC Best Performances to 2019
For the lucky few Clarence athletes who are selected to represent Tasmania in the Australian Little Athletics Championships, these are the best performances by Clarence athletes at those championships.