TEAM MANUAL IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS OREGON 2014

IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
OREGON 2014
TEAM MANUAL
(updated 27 June 2014)
OFFICIAL IAAF PARTNERS
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CONTENTS
1
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 IAAF Council Members & International Officials
1.2 Local Organising Committee
1.3 Information about Oregon and Eugene
1.4 General Programme
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TRAVEL TO EUGENE
2.1 Official Airports and Arrival Information
2.2 Transport of Oversized Baggage
2.3 Entry Visas
2.4 Medical Insurance
2.5 Global Ambassador Team Attachés
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ACCREDITATION
3.1 Accreditation Centre
3.2 Accreditation Procedures and Payments
3.3 Quota and Financial Support
3.4 Arrivals Outside Accreditation Centre Opening Times
3.5 Special Passes
3.6 Accreditation Card
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ACCOMMODATION AND TRANSPORTATION
4.1 Athletes’ Village
4.2 Team Accommodation Costs
4.3 Check-in Procedures
4.4 Services in the Athletes’ Village
4.5 Meals
4.6 Transportation
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INFORMATION CENTRES
5.1 Technical Information Centre (Stadium)
5.2 Championships Information Desk (Athletes’ Village)
5.3 IAAF Competitions Department Offices
5.4 Document Distribution
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COMPETITION AND TRAINING VENUES, EQUIPMENT AND IMPLEMENTS
6.1 Hayward Field Stadium
6.2 Warm-up Area
6.3 Combined Events Rest Area
6.4 Training
6.5 Equipment and Implements
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ENTRIES AND FINAL CONFIRMATIONS
7.1 Entry Standards and Rules
7.2 Final Entries
7.3 Final Confirmations
7.4 Withdrawals
7.5 Athletes Acknowledgement and Agreement
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COMPETITION PROCEDURES
8.1 Stadium Orientation Visit for Team Leaders
8.2 Technical Meeting
8.3 Timetable
8.4 Athletes’ Bibs
8.5 Athletes’ Clothing
8.6 Personal Belongings
8.7 Call Room Procedures
8.8 Other Specific Procedures
8.9 Timing and Measurement
8.10 Post Competition Procedures
8.11 Medal Ceremonies
8.12 Protests and Appeals
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MEDICAL SERVICES
9.1 General Plan
9.2 Emergency Contact Numbers
9.3 Location of Medical Centres at the Different Venues
9.4 Procedures in Case of Injury or Illness
9.5 Physiotherapy and Massage Services offered by the LOC
9.6 Team Physiotherapy Spaces
9.7 Designated Medical Institutions
10 DOPING CONTROL
10.1 General
10.2 In-competition Control
10.3 Voluntary Doping Control
10.4 Therapeutic Use Exemption
10.5 IAAF Outreach Programme
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DEPARTURES
12 OTHER INFORMATION
12.1 IAAF World Junior Coaches’ Conference
12.2 Cultural, Social, Recreational and Accompanying Activities
12.3 Cell Phones and Ancillary Supplies
12.4 Currency Exchange
12.5 Family Accommodations
13 APPENDICES AND MAPS
13.1 Entry Standards
13.2 Quota
13.3 Visa Information
13.4 Timetable
13.5 Official Implements
13.6 University of Oregon Campus Map
13.7 Hayward Field General Plan
13.8 Lane Community College Training Venue Plan
13.9 Acknowledgement and Agreement Form
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1.
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
IAAF Council Members and International Officials
IAAF Council
President:
Lamine DIACK (SEN)
Senior Vice President:
Robert HERSH (USA)
Vice President(s):
Dahlan Jumaan AL HAMAD (QAT)
Sergey BUBKA (UKR)
Sebastian COE (GBR)
Treasurer:
Valentin BALAKHNICHEV (RUS)
Area Representative(s):
Zhaocai DU (CHN)
Geoff GARDNER (NFI)
Roberto GESTA DE MELO (BRA)
Hamad KALKABA MALBOUM (CMR)
Victor LOPEZ (PUR)
Hansjörg WIRZ (SUI)
Council Member(s):
Ahmed AL KAMALI (UAE)
Bernard AMSALEM (FRA)
Sylvia BARLAG (NED)
Pauline DAVIS-THOMPSON (BAH)
Helmut DIGEL (GER)
Nawal EL MOUTAWAKEL (MAR)
Frank FREDERICKS (NAM)
Abby HOFFMAN (CAN)
Alberto JUANTORENA DANGER (CUB)
Isaiah KIPLAGAT (KEN)
José Maria ODRIOZOLA (ESP)
Jung-Ki PARK (KOR)
Anna RICCARDI (ITA)
Irena SZEWINSKA (POL)
Katsuyuki TANAKA (JPN)
General Secretary:
Essar GABRIEL (FRA)
International Officials
Organisational Delegate:
Abby HOFFMAN (CAN)
Technical Delegates:
Esther MAYNARD (BAR)
Jorge SALCEDO (POR)
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Jury of Appeal:
Pauline DAVIS-THOMPSON (BAH)
Helmut DIGEL (GER)
Alice KUBEK (CAN)
ITOs:
Peter HAMILTON (AUS) - Chief
Elena BARRIOS (ESP)
Antonio COSTA (POR)
John CRONIN (IRL)
Klaus HARTZ (GER)
Frederico NANTES (BRA)
Chunde SHEN (CHN)
Linda TURNER (GBR)
Luca VERRASCINA (ITA)
David WEICKER (CAN)
Int’l Race Walking Judges
Gary WESTERFIELD (USA) - Chief
Carlos BARRIOS (GUA)
Jordi ESTRUCH (ESP)
Joaquim GRACA (POR)
Joseph OCHIENG (KEN)
Candido VELEZ (PUR)
Int’l Photo Finish Judge:
International Starter:
Krisztina HORVATH (HUN)
Vesa ARTMAN (FIN)
Statisticians:
Ottavio CASTELLINI (ITA)
Paco ASCORBE (ESP)
Medical Delegate:
Anti-Doping Delegate:
Bob ADAMS (USA)
Giuseppe FISCHETTO (ITA)
Press Delegate:
Television Delegate:
Olaf BROCKMANN (GER)
Ernest OBENG (GBR)
English Announcers:
Garry HILL (CAN)
Paul SWANGARD (USA)
Advertising Commissioner: Rowena SAMARASINHE (GBR)
1.2
Local Organising Committee
Advisory Committee
Chair:
Members:
Greg ERWIN
Jon ANDERSON
Dennis GALVAN
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Gino GRIMALDI
Renee GRUBE
Dave HAUSER
Andy HEILLY
Courtney HEILLY
Tom JORDAN
Vin LANANNA
Sid LEIKEN
Henry LUVERT
Doug OBLETZ
Lisa PETERSON
Chris RAMEY
Erin REGALI
Max SIEGEL
Gary TRIGUIERO
Renee WASHINGTON
Paul WEINHOLD
Kari WESTLUND
Matt ROBERTS
USA Track & Field
President:
Chief Executive Officer:
Chief Operating Officer:
Stephanie HIGHTOWER
Max SIEGEL
Renee WASHINGTON
TrackTown USA
President:
Chief Executive Officer:
Chief Operating Officer:
Event Coordinator:
Competition:
Team Services:
Venues & Operations:
Venue Mgt. & Security:
Logistics:
Vin LANANNA
Michael REILLY
Sam LAPRAY
Becky RADLIFF
Jody SMITH and Jon VOCHATZER
Sasha ATWOOD
Lance DEAL
Vicki STRAND
Nathan WOODS
Executive Coordinator:
Office Assistant:
Protocol & Intl. Relations:
Communications:
Visas:
Volunteers:
Accommodation:
Shelby WHITE
Jazlyn TAYLOR
Barbara MARBURY
Curtis ANDERSON
Calvin BRAWNER (Social Media)
Cyrus HOSTETLER (Website)
Kip LEONARD and Nathalie INGRAHAM
Jordyn SMITH
Sasha ATWOOD (Teams)
Janis ROSS (IAAF Family)
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Transport:
Run TrackTown Event:
Community Programs:
Media Services:
Medical Services:
Anti-doping:
Kayla REMPLEY (IAAF Family)
Elena DYACHKOVA (Media)
Jason RICE
Alex WHIPPLE
Ian DOBSON
Matt DOWNS and Elena DYACHKOVA
Justin MONTOYA
Paula BERRY
Contact
Oregon 2014 Local Organizing Committee
2350 Oakmont Way, Suite 201
Eugene, OR. 97401
USA
[email protected]
www.oregon14.com
1.3
Information about Oregon and Eugene
Eugene is the second-largest city in the state of Oregon, situated at an elevation of 130 meters in
the Willamette Valley in west-central Oregon. It has a population of 156,000, with a metro area
total of 356,000. The median age of Eugene residents is 33 years. Sixteen ethnic groups are
represented within the city. Hispanics (4.96%) make up the largest ethnic minority population.
Major colleges in the area include the University of Oregon, Lane Community College, and
Northwest Christian University. The University of Oregon has a student population of
approximately 20,000.
Eugene is located in one of the most scenic geographic areas in the United States. The rugged
Oregon Coast is just 64 kilometres from Eugene to the west, the Cascade mountain range is 75
minutes to the east, spectacular Crater Lake is two hours away to the south, and the city of
Portland is 161 kilometres to the north. Anyone with a taste for outdoor adventures from white
water rafting to fishing, cycling and hiking, will find it in the Eugene area.
Basic Facts and Figures
State
Region
Elevation
Population
Area
Slogan
Official Languages
Currency
Electricity
Tap Water
Oregon
Pacific Northwest
130m (426')
156,000 (Eugene-Springfield Metro Area 356,000)
43.74 square miles (113.29 km2)
"A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors"
English
US Dollar
120 Volts, 60 Hertz
Very Good, Drinkable
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Country Code: +1
Area Code: 541
Dialling out of the Country: 011
Dialling Codes
Emergency (Police, Fire,
Ambulance)
Time Zone
Climate
Distances
1.4
911
Pacific Standard Time (GMT -7 in July)
Average High (Day): 27°C
Portland – 110 mi (177 km), Seattle – 283 mi (455 km),
San Fran - 528mi (850 km), LA - 857mi (1,379 km)
New York – 2,927 mi (4,710 km), Atlanta – 2,608 mi
(4,197 km)
General Programme
Until 20 July
Team Arrivals & Accreditation
Monday 21 July
09:00 – 15:00
13:00 – 14:00
14:00 – 15:30
14:30 – 15:45
16:00
19:00
19:00
Teams’ Accreditation
IAAF/LOC Press Conference at Jaqua Center
Athletes’ Training at Hayward Field
Team Leaders’ Stadium Orientation Visit
Technical Meeting at Global Scholars Hall
IAAF/LOC Reception at Autzen Stadium (by
invitation)
Teams Welcome Party – Island Park, Springfield
Tuesday 22 to Sunday
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Tuesday 22 July
20:05
Opening Ceremony at Hayward Field
Sunday 27 July
18:00
20:00
Closing Team Banquet at Global Scholars Hall lawn
Final Party at Matthew Knight Arena
Monday 28 July
09:00 – 17:30
All Day
IAAF World Junior Coaches’ Conference
Departures
1.4.1
Athlete Welcome Party and Opening Ceremony
The City of Springfield is hosting all teams a welcome party and concert on Monday, 21 July. Take
a free bus to Island Park, approximately 3 kilometres from the Athlete’s Village, and listen to
music by Design, one of the Northwest’s top variety bands. Come enjoy the evening and all
athletes will receive a free dessert.
The Opening Ceremony will take place in the main stadium from 20:05-20:30 on the first night of
competition. It will occur immediately before the first final of the Championships – the men’s
10,000 meters.
1.4.2
Closing Banquet and Final Party
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The Closing Banquet will be an American-style barbeque on the lawn outside the Global Scholars
Hall. It will begin immediately following the Closing Ceremony in the stadium at approximately
18:00. The Final Party will begin at 20:00 in the basketball arena on the University of Oregon
campus, just a short walk from the Athlete’s Village. The final two medal ceremonies for the
men’s and women’s 4x400 metre relays will take place during the Final Party.
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2.
TRAVEL TO EUGENE
2.1
Official Airports and Arrival Information
There are two official airports to which you can arrive in Oregon.
 Eugene Airport (EUG) is located in Eugene, OR 19 kilometres from the University of Oregon
campus. The Eugene Airport only accepts domestic arrivals, so traveling into Eugene will
require a transfer connection in another US city.
 Portland International Airport (PDX) is located in Portland, OR. It has daily direct flights from
Europe and Asia. It is an approximately 2 hr. drive and 200 kilometres to Eugene.
Transportation from either airport to the University of Oregon will be provided by the LOC. Teams
arriving prior to 18 July must make arrangements with the LOC directly by emailing
[email protected]
At each airport arriving delegations will be greeted by the airport Services Team, who will escort
them to the airport Welcome Centre where those at the information and transportation desks
will help facilitate the movement of teams to their appropriate accommodations.
In case of lost luggage, the LOC will make every effort to help locate it. The Team Leader is
nevertheless expected to declare the missing luggage at the Lost and Found office. The Team
Leader may be also requested to return to the airport to identify the luggage if it was not located
immediately. Consequently, transportation of the lost luggage to the accommodation venue will
be arranged by the airlines and the LOC.
To accommodate departures on 28 July, the local Organizing Committee will provide ground
transportation to both airports.
2.2
Transport of Oversized Baggage
Teams are responsible for the transportation of their equipment to the final destination airport.
Equipment can travel with the team via airline, but please note that planes arriving into Eugene
Airport (EUG) may not be able to accommodate oversized baggage (pole bags and javelins in
particular).
In order to ensure that equipment arrives in due time, please confirm with the airlines on each
segment of your travel that oversized baggage will be accepted, transported and properly
transferred. The LOC will transport equipment from PDX to Eugene if notified by the Member
Federation via email and prior to the arrival date that such transport is requested.
If you are interested in shipping equipment directly to Eugene you may ship to the following
address, Items should arrive no earlier than 14 July and the LOC must be notified with tracking
information so that they will be prepared to receive your shipment. Please include the name of
your Federation and Team Leader on the first line of the address, as in the example below:
Oregon 2014 Local Organizing Committee – Federation Name, Team Leader Name
c/o Lile Storage
3330 Roosevelt Blvd
Eugene, OR. 97401
USA
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For questions or information on third-party services that specialize in the shipping of pole vault
poles contact the LOC at [email protected]
Special arrangements will be made for the vaulting poles, which will be collected by the LOC
directly at the airport. A tag with the athlete’s details will be placed on the pole for easier
identification. On the way back they will go directly from the Stadium to the airport where they
will be collected by the athlete or team official before flight check-in. Please see the LOC Airport
desk for questions on collection.
2.3
Entry Visas
Please refer to the list of IAAF Member Federations and respective visa category in Appendix.
If your country is listed under Category 1 and is eligible for the Visa Waiver Program, please visit
the following website and complete the Electronic System for Travel Authorization: www.esta.us
If your country is listed under Category 2 or Category 3, you need to obtain a visa to enter the
United States. In order to obtain a visa, all applicants must go through the following process.
Please begin this process as soon as possible.
1. Please email [email protected] with the names of all athletes and staff who will be
traveling with your federation to Oregon. The LOC will need the following information for
each individual:
a. Full Name
b. Date of Birth
c. Passport Country and Passport Number
2. After the LOC receives this information they will respond promptly with letters of invitations
including names for all individuals.
3. Once you receive the letters including each individual from your delegation, you will have to
fill out an online visa application and to schedule an appointment at the U.S. Embassy or
Consulate closest to you. Please note that all team/delegation members will need to file
individual applications, and that while all may be processed as a delegation, each member will
need to appear for an interview at the U.S. Embassy/Consulate.
To find out where the closest U.S. consulate is to you, please visit the following website:
www.usembassy.gov
If you have any questions, please contact the Oregon 2014 Visa Manager as follows:
Kip Leonard, Visa Manager
Oregon 2014 Local Organizing Committee
2350 Oakmont Way, Suite 201
Eugene, OR 97401 USA
+1-541-343-6129
[email protected]
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2.4
Medical Insurance
We remind you that all IAAF Member Federations are responsible for subscribing to an insurance
policy that covers illness and/or injury to any members of their delegation and/or team travelling
to and from IAAF competitions and during the event itself. Furthermore, proof of such insurance
is now required in most cases to obtain visas, e.g., in the Schengen area.
For more information please see IAAF Circular Letter M/06/14.
2.5
Global Ambassador Team Attachés
The Local Organising Committee is very keen on providing the best assistance to all athletes and
officials travelling to Eugene through a very comprehensive and innovative Attachés programme
called “Global Ambassador Team Attaché́”. Through a partnership formed with the University of
Oregon School of International Affairs, every team traveling to Eugene will be assigned a
university student who will act as a team attaché.
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3.
ACCREDITATION
3.1
Accreditation Centre
The Teams’ Accreditation Centre will be located on the first floor of the Global Scholars Hall (see
map in Appendix). Opening dates and times of the Accreditation Offices will be as follows:
 18 July
15:00 – 19:00
 19 July
09:00 – 19:00
 20 July
09:00 – 19:00
 21 July
09:00 – 15:00
3.2
Accreditation Procedures and Payments
3.2.1 Team Leader
The Team Leader will have to report to the LOC / IAAF Accreditation Offices at the Accreditation
Centre before collecting his card in order to complete the following formalities:
 LOC Accommodation Invoice
 Travel Reimbursement
 IAAF Financial Statement
 Photocopy of Athletes’ Passports
 Final Confirmation of Entries (at least for first day)
 Uniform Check
Athletes’ Acknowledgement and Agreement Forms
The Team Leader will be asked to complete the accounting procedures and settle any extra
payments (for team members above quota, use of single rooms, extra days, etc.) before he can
collect his accreditation card, which will be given upon presenting a document stating all
procedures have been completed.
3.2.2 Athletes & Team Officials
All athletes and team officials shall normally report directly to the Accreditation Centre to have
their picture taken and receive their accreditation card. Athletes travelling without an official will
be asked to complete the administration procedure just like the Team Leader.
3.3
Quota and Financial Support
3.3.1 Quota
According to an IAAF Council decision, the quota for the 2014 WJC in Eugene corresponds to the
number of finalists (top 8) in the 2012 WJC in Barcelona (relay teams count for two athletes) with
a maximum of 20. See chart in Appendix.
3.3.2 Travel Support
For athletes within the Quota, 100% of an economy class airline ticket from the Member
Federation Headquarters to one of the official airports of the Championships will be paid by the
IAAF. These tickets will be issued preferably by the IAAF, provided Member Federations send
their Preliminary Entries and Final Entries by the respective deadlines. If a Member Federation
prefers to purchase the airline tickets, the costs of such tickets must be submitted together with
the Preliminary Entries and be approved by the IAAF beforehand. Only the approved travel costs
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will be reimbursed.
Travel costs of athletes outside the Quota and Officials will not be covered by the IAAF or the
LOC.
3.3.3 Accommodation Support
For athletes within the Quota, the IAAF/LOC will offer free accommodation in twin rooms in B
level accommodation during the official period (arrival, Sunday 20 July – departure, Monday 28
July), for a maximum of eight nights. Quota athletes requesting single rooms or A level
accommodation will be charged a supplement (see costs below).
3.3.4 Reimbursements
Reimbursements will be made by bank transfer after the competition. Should a Member
Federation exceptionally wish to be refunded in cash or by cheque on site, the President or
General Secretary of the Federation must send a written request to the IAAF by 7 July 2014,
indicating the reasons for the request and the name of the person eventually authorised to
collect the reimbursement and IAAF will advise if this is possible.
If an athlete for whom the IAAF/LOC have provided financial support is on site but does not
compete, the IAAF/LOC have the right to reclaim the travel and accommodation support.
3.4
Arrivals outside the Accreditation Centre Opening Times
Teams or individual athletes arriving prior to 18 July will be handled on a case by case basis.
However, the LOC must be informed in advance at [email protected] to make the necessary
arrangements.
For those Teams arriving after the closing of the Accreditation Centre, the Team Leader must
proceed to the Accreditation Offices as soon as practical the next day to finalise the accreditation
procedures.
3.5
Special Passes
IAAF shall provide special passes as required for the following categories:
 TIC (only for collecting information from the pigeon hole) distributed during the accreditation
procedure
 Field Event Coach (one per athlete) distributed at the TIC as soon as the Start Lists are
available
 Combined Events Rest Room (one per athlete for coach or physiotherapist) distributed at the
TIC as soon as the Start Lists are available
3.6
Accreditation Card
The Accreditation Card will carry the holder’s photo. It must be worn visibly at all times and must
be presented upon request. It is personal and non-transferable. In case of loss or theft, please
report it immediately to the Teams’ Accreditation Centre or TIC at the Stadium. In order to obtain
a new Accreditation Card, the Team Member must proceed to the Accreditation Centre,
accompanied by his Team Leader or the higher official in the Delegation, carrying an appropriate
identification document.
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4.
ACCOMMODATION AND TRANSPORTATION
4.1
Athletes’ Village
The Athletes’ Village will be hosted on the campus of the University of Oregon, a short walk from
historic Hayward Field. The village is comprised of five residence halls, three dining areas, and a
host of recreational activity sites for athletes to enjoy.
The Athletes’ Village opens as of 15 July for limited service, with full service offerings from 18-27
July inclusive. Teams planning to arrive prior to 18 July must have requested early arrival from the
LOC directly. Early arrival requests can be sent to the LOC at [email protected]
The address of the campus is as follows:
University of Oregon
1585 East 13th Ave
Eugene, OR 97403
USA
Please note that two of the residence halls have been recently built and are offered at a slightly
higher price and Member Federations must indicate their choice of A level or B level
accommodation at the time of the Preliminary Entries (in the notes of the accommodation
section). The IAAF, together with the LOC, will then decide on the final allocation. Requests will
be granted based on a first-come, first-serve criteria.
A Level (recently constructed)
 Global Scholars Hall
 Living Learning Center
B Level (older buildings with smaller rooms)
 Hamilton Hall
 Bean Hall
 Walton Hall
For more information on the residence halls please visit the University of Oregon Housing
website at www.housing.uoregon.edu/reshalls/buildings.php
Access to residences will be controlled and appropriate accreditation will be required to enter
the buildings, floors housing teams and dining areas.
4.2
Team Accommodation Costs
Prices per person per
night, Full Board in USD
A Level
Quota athletes
Additional athletes and all Officials
Official Period
(20-28 July - 8 nights)
twin
single
$
10.00 $
25.00
$
65.00 $
80.00
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twin
single
$
75.00
$
90.00
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B Level
Quota athletes
Additional athletes and all Officials
twin
Free
$
55.00
single
$
15.00
$
70.00
twin
$
65.00
single
$
80.00
The accommodation invoices will be based on the information (number of persons and
arrival/departure details) provided on the Final Entries by the closing deadline (7 July), with a
tolerance of two persons.
Payment of extra costs can be made:
 by credit card: MasterCard, Visa
 In cash: US Dollars
 By advance bank transfer: contact the LOC to obtain the bank information
([email protected])
4.3
Check-in Procedures
Upon arrival, team members will be accompanied to the dedicated Service Centres where,
according to the rooming list previously provided*, the check-in procedures will be completed
and the room keys delivered. A valid identification document (Passport or Identity Card) needs
to be presented for check-in. This will also be the place where internet access information will be
provided. It is strongly suggested that email addresses are provided in advance along with the
rooming list, prior to arrival.
* to shorten procedures and avoid delays, it is strongly advisable to submit the rooming list in
advance, prior to arrival. Please send this to the [email protected]
4.4
Services in the Athletes’ Village
4.4.1 Service Centres
Two Athlete Village Service Centres will be set up in Living Learning Center North and Global
Scholars Hall in order to offer assistance to the teams. They will provide information on
accommodation in particular but also on the different activities and services available to athletes
and officials in the Campus. They will also serve as check-in desks during Arrivals and Departures.
The Service Centres will be open every day from 07:00 to 23:00. Arrangements for late check-in
or early check-out will be made if required. There will also be a 24-hour on-call number provided
to all teams upon arrival.
Adjacent to these Service Centres will be Championships Information Desks (CIDs). These desks
will provide event-specific and competition information. (see 5.2 for details)
4.4.2 Physiotherapy Spaces
Common Rooms for teams’ physiotherapy staff will be available at the halls of residence. Details
on location and access will be available at the CIDs.
4.4.3 Team Meetings
Several spaces throughout the Athletes’ Village are available for scheduling team meetings.
Details on location, availability and booking will be available at the CIDs.
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4.4.4 Athletes’ Activity Areas
The main Athlete Lounges are located in the Living Learning Center Performance Hall on 15th
Street, across from Hayward Field, and at the Global Scholars Hall Great Room. Here athletes can
enjoy a host of activities and entertainment, a live-streaming telecast of the meet will show
during competition hours. In addition, there will be featured functions throughout the week.
Information about these functions is posted in the common areas of each residence hall and is
also available at the CIDs and from your Global Ambassador attaché.
Private prayer spaces will also be available in the Global Scholars Hall. Inquire at the Service
Centre or CID.
4.5
Meals
Cafeterias will be located at the Carson, Hamilton and Global Scholars Halls. Athletes will be
assigned to a cafeteria to manage seating and minimize wait times. Please note that the dining
room in Carson Hall will be shared with competition officials.
Meals will all be served in buffet style and will cater for special diets and religions and all food
shall be appropriately labelled in English.
Meal times shall be as follows:
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner *
07:00 – 09:30
11:30 – 14:30
18:30 – 22:00
*The hours of operation at all Dining Halls will be extended until 22:30 on July 22-25 to
accommodate athletes competing late.
Athletes prevented from visiting the cafeteria during meal times due to competition may choose
to pick up a Take-Away box. A request for this meal must be submitted at your assigned dining
hall during the previous meal.
Those in need of special meal arrangements due to religious observation can notify their Global
Ambassador Team Attaché or the Championship Information desk for assistance.
Athletes and team officials will be admitted to the cafeterias upon presentation of their
accreditation and meal cards, which will be distributed with the room keys.
Note: On Sunday 27 July dinner will only be served at the Closing Banquet.
4.6
Transportation
The athletes’ halls of residence and Hayward Field are all on the University of Oregon Campus
and within walking distance of one-another.
Transports to and from the airports will be organised according to the arrival and departure
information provided in the Final Entries.
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Transport from the Athletes’ Village to the official training venue (Lane Community College), will
be organised with Shuttle buses starting on 19 July according to the following schedule:
Training Venue: Lane Community College
Approx. Journey Time: 15 mins
From Athlete Village – Global Scholars Hall
Date
Frequency
First
Last
19 – 21 July
30 mins
09:00
20:00
22 – 26 July
30 mins
09:00
17:00
27 July
30 mins
09:00
12:00
Public Transport will be available to all accredited persons within the cities of Eugene and
Springfield during the Championships. A community bus route map will be provided to teams
upon arrival.
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5.
INFORMATION CENTRES
5.1
Technical Information Centre (Stadium)
The Technical information Centre (TIC) is located in the southeast corner of Field 2 (see Plans
Appendix). The main task of this centre is to ensure a smooth liaison between each delegation
and the local Organizing Committee, the IAAF Technical Delegates and the Competition
management of the Championships, in regards to technical matters.
The main tasks of the TIC are:
 Distribution of information
 Display of entry list/start lists/results and distribution of the daily programme
 Managing written protests and appeals
 Answering general questions concerning the competition
 Managing national record doping control requests
 Distribution of additional passes (field event coaches and combined events rest room)
 Receiving final confirmations and relay order declaration forms
 Collection of Written Question Forms for the Technical Meeting (deadline 12:00 noon on 21
July)
Opening Dates and Times will be as follows:
 Monday 21 July
 Tuesday 22 to Friday 25 July
 Saturday 26 & Sunday 27 July
09:00 – 19:00
08:00 – 22:00
12:00 – 19:00
This will be the main centre for technical information although certain documents produced in
the TIC will also be distributed to the CIDs for circulation.
5.2
Championships Information Desk (Athletes’ Village)
The Championships Information Desks (CIDs) will be situated adjacent to the Athlete Village
Service Centres in the Global Scholars Hall and Living Learning Center (North Building). They shall
be in charge of, but not limited to, the following:
 Display on the relevant Notice Board of official communications to the teams, including Start
Lists, Results and Call Room reporting times.
 Distribution of Urgent Notices to the Delegations from the Technical Delegates and
Competition Management.
 Distribution of information for issues relating to accommodation, meals, transport and the
Championships in general.
 Collection of Written Question Forms for the Technical Meeting (deadline 12:00 noon on 21
July)
Opening Dates and Times will be as follows:
 Monday 21 July
 Tuesday 22 to Friday 25 July
 Saturday 26 & Sunday 27 July
09:00 – 19:00
08:00 – 22:00
12:00 – 19:00
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5.3
IAAF Competitions Department Offices
Staff from the IAAF Competitions Department will be in Eugene to assist the LOC with the final
preparation and conduct of the Championships and the teams with their participation.
They can be contacted as follows:
 18 to 21 July
Teams Accreditation Centre
 22 to 27 July
IAAF Competitions Office at Hayward Field – can be contacted
through the TIC
5.4
Document Distribution
As always, every effort will be made to reduce the amount of printed material distributed to the
Teams through their pigeon holes at the TIC at the Stadium or at the CID at Global Scholars Hall.
In practice this means that the distribution of competition related information at the TIC and CID
will NOT be systematically made through printouts in the Team pigeonholes but will be displayed
on the notice boards. It will still be possible to request occasional copies of specific event start
lists and / or results (at the TIC).
Important notices of general interest (e.g. changes to the timetable) will also be displayed on the
Posting Board while individual communications to specific teams will be posted through the
pigeon holes.
A Final Results Book will be produced and distributed to all Teams and guests prior to departure.
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6.
COMPETITION AND TRAINING VENUES, EQUIPMENT AND IMPLEMENTS
6.1
Hayward Field Stadium
The Championships will take place in the Hayward Field Stadium in Eugene. Hayward Field is one
of the best-known historic athletics stadiums in the United States. It was built in 1919 and used
for athletics since 1921. It was fully renovated in 2004 and a new Beynon BSS-2000 synthetic track
was laid down in 2010.
It holds around 10,000 seats and the team tribunes are located in the east Tribune. The layout of
the facilities is unique but it will offer an exceptional setting for the IAAF World Junior
Championships.
6.2
Warm-up Area
Suitable facilities for athletes to warm up are available in the spaces and fields immediately
surrounding Hayward Field and, in particular:
 On Field 3 (main warm-up area):
o A 400m 3-lane synthetic track for the running events and hurdles
o An elevated Long / Triple Jump runway and landing pit
o An elevated High Jump apron and landing pit
 A temporary circle and landing area for Shot Put in the Hammer Field
For the following field events there will be no specific warm–up facility but athletes will be
allowed to enter the competition site earlier:
 Pole Vault
 Discus Throw
 Hammer Throw
 Javelin Throw
Note: on competition days access to the warm-up facilities on Field 3 will only be permitted to
those athletes competing on the day.
6.3
Combined Events Rest Area
The rest area for the Combined Events will be situated under the West Tribune, on the ground
floor at track level, and will be accessible by team officials and/or physiotherapists with the
appropriate pass.
6.4
Training
6.4.1 General
A dedicated training venue comprising a full 400m track and separate area for long throws is
available at Lane Community College (LCC) which is situated 20 minutes away from the Athletes’
Village by bus. The venue also includes a 1.25-mile long wood-chip path that winds around the
athletic facilities and ponds on campus, as well as state-of-the art weight training and indoor
fitness facilities.
Until 18 July limited training will be possible at Hayward Field. However, starting on 19 July, LCC
will become the only official training venue. All training for the Hammer Throw will take place
only at Hayward Field and the training schedule will be provided to the Team Leader at the Team
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Accreditation Centre upon arrival. Training for the other long throws at LCC will be organised
according to a dedicated schedule which will also be distributed on site.
LOC personnel will be available at the training venues to assist. Athletes are advised to follow the
instructions given by the personnel and to pay particular attention to safety rules during the
training sessions. Further information regarding the training area will be available from the
Championships Information Desk.
Implements, equipment (hurdles, starting blocks) and relay batons will be available to athletes
and coaches at the official training venue. These can be obtained from the equipment store and
athletes/coaches using the equipment will be asked to leave their accreditation card with the LOC
personnel in charge.
6.4.2 Detailed Operating Hours for Training at the Athletics Facilities and Weight Room
Hours of Operation for Athletics Facilities
Monday
14 July No training venues open
Tuesday
15 July 17:00–21:00
Wednesday 16 July 17:00–21:00
Thursday
17 July 17:00–21:00
Friday
18 July 17:00–21:00
Saturday
19 July 09:00–20:00
Sunday
20 July 09:00–20:00
Monday
21 July 09:00–20:00
Tuesday
22 July 09:00–17:00
Wednesday 23 July 09:00–17:00
Thursday
24 July 09:00–17:00
Friday
25 July 09:00–17:00
Saturday
26 July 09:00–17:00
Sunday
27 July 09:00–12:00
Monday
28 July No training venues open
Hours of Operation for Weight Room
Monday
14 July No training venues open
Tuesday
15 July 17:00–21:00
Wednesday 16 July 17:00–21:00
Thursday
17 July 17:00–21:00
Friday
18 July 17:00–21:00
Saturday
19 July 10:00–20:00
Sunday
20 July 10:00–20:00
Monday
21 July 10:00–12:00 and 14:00–17:00
Tuesday
22 July 10:00–12:00 and 14:00–17:00
Wednesday 23 July 10:00–12:00 and 14:00–17:00
Thursday
24 July 10:00–12:00 and 14:00–17:00
Friday
25 July 10:00–17:00
Saturday
26 July 10:00–17:00
Sunday
27 July 10:00–12:00
Monday
28 July No training venues open
Venue
Hayward Field
Hayward Field
Hayward Field
Hayward Field
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Venue
Hayward Field
Hayward Field
Hayward Field
Hayward Field
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
Lane Community College
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6.4.3 Athletes’ Training at Hayward Field
Athletes shall be given the opportunity to visit the competition venue, Hayward Field, before the
competition and to do some light training but without equipment. This is scheduled for Monday
21 July from 14:00 to 15:30 and will include a training session with the official starters from 14:30
to 15:30.
6.5
Equipment and Implements
6.5.1 Vaulting Poles
Vaulting poles will be collected by the LOC directly at the airport and transferred to Hayward Field
(if arriving earlier than 18 July) and then to the Lane Community College training venue until the
eve of the event.
They will be transferred to the main stadium on the day of the competition. On the day of
departure, they will be taken directly from the stadium to the airport.
6.5.2 Markers
Athletes will not be permitted to use their own markers during the Championships. Those
athletes wishing to use a marker will be required to use the markers provided by the LOC.
Event
Long Jump, Triple Jump, High
Jump, Pole Vault, Javelin Throw
Marker
Available at Event Site
Shot Put, Discus and Hammer
Throw
Athletes may use only one marker provided by the
LOC, which is to be placed on the ground
immediately behind or adjacent to the circle (IAAF
Rule 180.3.b)
Competition Officials will provide adhesive tape
Relays
6.5.3 Implements
The list of Official Implements can be found in Appendix. Please note that there are five additional
implements on the list compared to that circulated in January 2014 (highlighted in yellow).
Personal Implements will be allowed, providing that:
 they are readily identifiable and are IAAF certified
 they are not already on the official list
 they have been checked for compliance with IAAF Rules
 they are made available to all the other athletes until the end of the Final
The checking procedure will be as follows:
Checking
Location & Time
Personal Throwing
TIC no later than 18:00 the
Implements are to be handed day before the qualifying
in for checking prior to the
round of the event.
event. A receipt will be given
for the implements.
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Implements are returned in
exchange for the receipt
after the event’s Final at the
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7. ENTRIES AND FINAL CONFIRMATIONS
7.1
Entry Standards and Rules
The entry standards and conditions for the validity of the performances were approved by the
IAAF Council in August 2013 (see Appendix). The Entry Rules are summarized below.
7.1.1 Age Categories
Junior Athletes
Athletes aged 18 or 19 years on 31 December 2014 (born in 1995 or
1996), may compete in any event.
Youth Athletes
Athletes aged 16 or 17 years on 31 December 2014 (born in 1997 or
1998), may compete in any event. However, the maximum number
of events in which a Youth athlete can compete is two individual
events plus one of the relays. If the two individual events are Track
Events, only one of these may be longer than 200m.
Athletes Younger than 16 No athlete younger than 16 years of age on 31 December 2014 (born
in 1999 or later) may be entered.
Team leaders must present athletes’ passports upon arrival, or other official documents
indicating the year of birth, to confirm ages in order for them to be photocopied.
7.1.2 Qualification Period
In accordance with the Technical Regulations, the qualification period runs from 1 October 2013
to 14 July 2014. In an attempt to help Member Federations, the deadline for submitting the Final
Entries remains at three Mondays before the start of the Championships (as established by the
Technical Regulations), i.e. 7 July 2014, but there will be an extended qualification period of one
week.
This means that Member Federations must submit the athletes’ names, including reserves, and
all other relevant information (names of officials, travel details and accommodation needs) by 7
July 2014 but would be allowed to make any changes to the composition of their team up to one
week later, 14 July 2014. Please note that this is NOT an obligation but an option which some
Member Federations may wish to take advantage of.
7.1.3 Entry Rules
 A maximum of two athletes from any one Member can compete in each event with the
exception of the Relays. Three athletes can initially be entered per event, provided each has
achieved the Entry Standard but only two will be permitted to compete.
 Members who have no male and/or female qualified athletes whom they wish to enter in any
Championships event, may enter one unqualified male athlete OR one unqualified female
athlete in one event of the Championships (except the Field Events [see below], Combined
Events, 10,000m, 3000m Steeplechase and 5000m Women).
 Members who have no male and/or no female qualified athlete but whose best athlete excels
in a Field Event, may submit to the IAAF by the stipulated deadline the name of their athlete
plus performance they would like to enter in the Field Event. The Technical Delegates will
decide whether or not to accept such entry and, to do so, may seek the opinion of the relevant
Area Association.
 Entries for unqualified athletes must be submitted by 16 June 2014. If another athlete then
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achieves the entry standard before the end of the qualification period, it will be possible to
change the entry accordingly.
There are no entry standards for the Relays so every Member may enter one team for each
relay race, composed by a maximum of six athletes. Any four athletes among those entered
for the competition, whether for the relay or for any other event, may then be used in the
composition of the team for the first round.
If USA, as the host country of the IAAF World Junior Championships does not have a qualified
athlete in an event, it may enter one athlete in this event regardless of any Entry Standard.


7.2
Final Entries
The Final Entries must be submitted online using the IAAF on-line Event Entry System (EES), by 7
July 2014 midnight, Monaco time (see note above). Final Entries may be submitted starting 2 June
2014.
7.3
Final Confirmations
7.3.1 General
Teams will receive the Final Confirmation Forms upon arrival in Eugene and Team Leaders, or
their representatives, must confirm the names of those athletes already entered who will actually
take part in the competition.
For events held on 22 July, Final Confirmation of Entries must be made before 12:00 (midday) 21
July and, for all subsequent days, before 9:00 am on the day before the event. It will also be
possible for Teams to confirm their athletes upon arrival during the accreditation procedure at
the Accreditation Centre.
7.3.2 Relays
The Relay Declaration Forms will be distributed at the TIC. The final composition of the relay
teams and the order of running must be declared at the TIC according to the following schedule
(no later than one hour before the published 1st Call Time for the event – IAAF Rule 170.18).
Event
4x100m Men
4x400m Men
4x100m Women
4x400m Women
Round 1
25 July at 17:00
26 July at 13:55
25 July at 16:25
26 July at 13:25
Final
26 July at 15:55
27 July at 15:20
26 July at 15:45
27 July at 14:55
Once the team has taken part in the event, only two additional athletes may take part in the Final.
Substitutes may only be taken from the list of entered athletes, whether for the relay or for any
other event.
7.3.3 Failure to participate
Any athlete who, after the final confirmation has been given, or after qualifying during a
qualifying round or a heat for any event, fails to participate in the event without giving a valid
reason (e.g. a medical certificate provided by and based on an examination of the athlete by the
Medical Delegate), shall be excluded from participation in all further events in the competition,
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including relays (see IAAF Rule 142.4).
7.4
Withdrawals
Withdrawals after final confirmation have to be submitted, on the official Withdrawal Form, to
the TIC. The reason for the withdrawal has to be specified in detail and supported by appropriate
medical evidence if applicable (see above). If the athlete intends to participate in other events in
which he was entered (including the Relays) the withdrawal request has to be approved by the
Technical Delegates.
7.5
Athlete Acknowledgement and Agreement
As announced in Circular M/24/09 dated 29 July 2009, each athlete competing in an IAAF World
Athletics Series Competition must have an appropriately filled in and signed copy of the Athlete
Acknowledgement and Agreement on file at the IAAF. All athletes competing in the IAAF World
Junior Championships must sign and submit this acknowledgement, as soon as possible, and
ideally by no later than the Final Entry deadline (7 July 2014). IAAF Member Federations are
obliged to submit one for each entered athlete (email: [email protected] or fax: + 377
93 50 32 63). Any Athlete Acknowledgement and Agreement Form not received by the IAAF
before the event will be collected at the time of the Accreditation procedure. The Athlete
Acknowledgement and Agreement Form can be found in Appendix.
Note: Athletes who have already submitted their Agreement on the occasion of a previous IAAF
World Athletics Series Event do not need to send it again - see appropriate indication in the EES.
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8.
COMPETITION PROCEDURES
8.1
Stadium Orientation Visit for Team Leaders
There will be a visit organised to Hayward Field Stadium on Monday 21 July at 14:30, in order for
the Team Leaders to familiarise with the exact location of the main facilities (changing areas, Call
Room, team seating, post event area, interview room, athletes’ and officials’ flows in general,
etc.).
8.2
Technical Meeting
The Technical Meeting will be held on Monday 21 July at 16:00 at the Global Scholars Hall in the
“Great Room”. Team Leaders will gather at the end of the stadium orientation visit and will be
taken to the Technical Meeting.
The Technical Meeting will be chaired by the Technical Delegates and follow the standard IAAF
Protocol.
Team Leaders wishing to submit questions in writing for the Technical Meeting, must use the
appropriate form provided to them during the accreditation procedure. The Form must then be
returned by 12:00 (noon) on Monday 21 July at the latest to the TIC or CID. No more than two
representatives from each team will be allowed to attend the meeting.
8.3
Timetable
The Timetable was approved by the IAAF Council in August 2013 and can be found in Appendix.
A schedule for the Medal Ceremonies (MC) is included.
Information on any changes to the Timetable shall be provided at the Technical Meeting as well
as through the TIC and CID.
8.4
Athletes’ Bibs
All athletes will receive 3 bibs, which shall coincide with the information written in the start list,
as follows:
•
2 bibs with the competition number
•
1 bib with the athlete’s name
Every athlete must wear two bibs during the competition, the one with the name on the front,
and the other with the number on the back. In the Pole Vault and High Jump, it is possible to wear
only one bib on the front or on the back. In this case it must be the bib with the name. The third
bib can be placed on the bag or on the tracksuit.
The Bibs shall be distributed during the Accreditation procedure. Bibs which are not collected
shall be taken to the Stadium TIC on 22 July in the morning.
The bibs for the relays (carrying the country code – e.g. “USA”) shall be handed out at Call Room
2.
Bibs must be worn in accordance with IAAF Rules and must not be cut, folded or obscured in any
way. Failure to comply with the Rules may result in a disqualification or sanction.
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8.5
Athletes’ Clothing
All athletes must wear the official national uniform approved by their Delegation. IAAF Rule 143.1
recommends that the front and the back of the uniforms should have the same colour. The
uniforms will be checked upon arrival at the Team Accreditation Centre. Any infringement of the
Rules may result in the disqualification of the athlete. Athletes not wearing their official team
uniform will be required to acquire the correct attire before they progress through the Call Room.
Any advertising on clothes and bags must comply with IAAF Rules and Regulations (see latest
edition on the IAAF website). Please note that the IAAF Advertising Rules and Regulations
applicable for this competition specify a maximum of 30 cm2 for the Manufacturer's logo on the
competition wear and 40 cm2on sweatshirts, T-shirts and jackets.
The name/Logo of a national sponsor may be displayed, according to the same dimensions as set
out above, instead of one of the national team or Member Federation Logo or flag on the national
vest/leotard provided that such national sponsor is not a competitor of a Sponsor of the IAAF or
of the event. For Oregon 2014, these are the following:
 adidas
 CANON
 MONDO
 SEIKO
 SINOPEC
 TDK
For the purpose of avoiding conflicts on site, Member Federations are strongly advised to seek
approval from the IAAF.
An Advertising Commissioner has been appointed by the IAAF in order to ensure the Advertising
Regulations are respected.
8.6
Personal Belongings
Athletes (including Combined Events) will only be permitted to take a backpack or similar sized
bag with them into the field of play. Combined Events athletes may bring larger bags but they
must be left in the rest area during the events.
A strict inspection shall be made on illegal and prohibited items, which athletes may have in their
possession. Radios, CD/MP3 players, mobile phones, cameras, etc. shall not be permitted. Any
items that do not conform to the IAAF Technical and/or Advertising Rules and Regulations will be
confiscated. Confiscated items may be retrieved at the TIC after the event upon presentation of
the corresponding receipt.
8.7
Call Room Procedures
8.7.1 Call Room 1
All competing athletes are required to report to Call Room 1 situated at the main Warm-up Area
on Field 3 according to the respective reporting schedule (see below).
Athletes will be identified by their accreditation card and bib number and will undergo the routine
checks:
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

Checking of national uniform
Inspection of personal belongings
Checking of shoe spikes (number, shape and size) for compliance with IAAF Rule 143.3 and
143.4. The maximum sizes allowed are:
o All events: not more than 9 mm
o High Jump and Javelin Throw: not more than 12 mm
If they do not comply with IAAF Rules, the athletes will be asked to change them to the
correct size.
After completion of these procedures, athletes will be escorted to Call Room 2. Athletes who fail
to appear on time at Call Room 1 without a valid reason may be excluded from participating in
this and all further events in the Championships, including Relays. Team officials are not allowed
to enter the Call Room.
8.7.2 Call Room 2
Call Room 2 is situated under the West Tribune and will be essentially a holding area for athletes
before they are escorted onto the Field of Play. For the track events, hip numbers will be
delivered here. Bibs carrying the transponder for the athletes in the Race Walk events will also
be delivered here.
8.7.3 Reporting Times
General times for Call Room entry and arrival at the competition site are as follows:
Entry to
Arrival at
Event
Call Room 1
Competition Site
Track Events
40 min
10 min
High Jump
70 min
40 min
Pole Vault
90 min
60 min
Throwing Events
70 min
40 min
Long / Triple Jump
60 min
30 min
Relays
40 min
10 min
All times are prior to the actual starting time of the event.
However a dedicated, heat by heat and group by group, reporting schedule will be issued every
day once Final Entries are confirmed and displayed at the Warm-up Area.
It will indicate the following:
 Entry to Call Room 1
 Arrival at competition site
 Start time of the event
Athletes who compete in Combined Events shall report to Call Room 1 on each of the relevant
days of the competition, before the first event of each day (the reporting times above shall apply
depending on the event). The athletes’ control will however take place in the Rest Room before
the start of each event.
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8.8
Other specific procedures
8.8.1 Starters Commands
The starter’s commands will be given in English.
8.8.2 Field Event Trials
Qualification procedures and conduct of the events will be according to the IAAF Rules.
8.8.3 Coaching Zones
Appropriate seating in the Tribunes will be reserved for the Field Event Coaches. Access will be
possible with the special pass to be distributed through the TIC once the Start Lists are published.
8.9
Timing and Measurement
Official timing and measurement will be provided by SEIKO. Transponder timing will be used for
the race walks.
Video Distance Measurement (VDM) will be used as the official measurement system to
determine the results in the horizontal jumps.
8.10
Post Competition Procedures
All athletes will leave the field of play via the Television Mixed Zone through a gate situated just
after the finish line (at the foot of the West Tribune). After passing through the Television Mixed
Zone, athletes move to the Press Mixed Zone situated on Field 2.
In the Mixed Zone, the Media may conduct short interviews. Please note that the first three
athletes in each final may also be required to attend the formal interview.
Athletes will finally reach the Post Event Area also located on Field 2 where they will be able to
recover and collect their clothing. Here athletes will also be notified for eventual doping control
and be informed of medal ceremony arrangements. From here they can then return to the Warmup Area, to the Athletes’ Village or go to the team seats.
Team Officials will be able to contact their athletes immediately after the event on Field 2.
8.11
Medal Ceremonies
The first three athletes in each individual event and the first three teams in each relay race will be
presented with a gold, silver and bronze medal. The medal presentations will usually take place
before the doping control procedures. LOC staff will be responsible to gather the first three
athletes or relay teams and escort them to the ceremony waiting area where they will prepare
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 during the official ceremony.
The other athletes will receive their medals later through the TIC. The athletes must wear their
delegation’s official uniform at Medal 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 at all
times.
Where practical, the Medal Ceremonies will be held on the same day as the event. For those held
on the following day, athletes shall report to the TIC no later than 30 minutes before the
scheduled ceremony time. See medal ceremonies schedule under Timetable in Appendix.
The medal ceremonies for the men’s and women’s 4x400 metres relays shall take place during
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the Final Party
8.12
Protests and Appeals
Protests and Appeals shall be handled according to IAAF Rule 146 by the TIC at the Stadium.
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9.
MEDICAL SERVICES
9.1
General Plan
During the event there will be medical services available at selected locations and the venues
related to the Championships.
Medical staff will be composed by doctors and physiotherapists under the supervision of the IAAF
Medical Delegate. There will be a 24-hour medical service on call including ambulance. All the
Medical Centres and Medical Teams will have direct communication by mobile phones and
portable radio transmitters and all the doctors and nurses will be easy to identify by their
uniforms.
According to IAAF medical guidelines, all athletes and officials must have health insurance. This
insurance should cover the costs of specialised medical help (in case of need).
9.2
Emergency Contact Numbers
In case of emergency please contact one of the Service Centres, the Competition Information
Desk or the closest Medical Centre (see below). Information about the Emergency Contact
Numbers will be distributed upon arrival.
9.3
Location of Medical Centres at the Different Venues
The primary medical centre that will be available for the athletes will be located on Field 4 at
Hayward Field (see Plans Appendix). This location will be staffed by doctors and physiotherapists.
Medical staff will be on site at the Training Venue at Lane Community College to respond to
medical emergencies there. However, athletes wishing to receive treatment will need to do so at
the primary medical centre at Hayward Field.
9.4
Procedures in case of Injury or Illness
Team members who suffer from an injury or illness must report to the closest medical centre (or
contact the Emergency Number – see above) in order to benefit from the LOC medical services.
In case of athletes’ injury or illness preventing them from competing, a certificate must be
requested at the medical centre and issued by the appointed Medical Delegate. The certificate
must be presented to the TIC in case of withdrawal from the event.
9.5
Physiotherapy and Massage Services offered by the LOC
These services will be provided at the primary medical centre located on Field 4 at Hayward Field
(see Plans Appendix).
9.6
Team Physiotherapy Spaces
Dedicated massage areas will be on Field 4 at Hayward Field (see Plans Appendix) and at the
Training Venue at Lane Community College. Common Rooms for teams’ physiotherapy staff will
be available at the halls of residence in the Athletes’ Village. Details on location and access will be
available at the CIDs.
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9.7
Designated Medical Institutions
The health facilities in the cities of Eugene and Springfield are aware of the celebration of the
event and have the capacity to receive patients referred from LOC Medical Services. The
emergency facilities closest to the University of Oregon are:
Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend
3333 RiverBend Drive, Springfield, OR
+1-541-222-7300
Sacred Heart Medical Center University District
1255 Hilyard St., Eugene, OR
+1-541-686-7300
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10.
DOPING CONTROL
10.1
General
Doping Control shall be conducted according to the latest IAAF Procedures and Guidelines under
the supervision of the IAAF Doping Control Delegate. The Doping Control Centre is located on
Field 2.
10.2
In-Competition Control
At the Post Event Area, all athletes selected for Doping Control will be informed. Following postevent protocols which may include the medal ceremony or press interview, athletes will be
escorted to the Doping Control Centre. Drinks will be provided for those athletes requiring it, and
athletes should drink only those beverages from sealed bottles provided by the LOC.
Athletes have the right to be accompanied by a team official who will be granted proper access
to the doping control centre with a special pass only if required.
10.3
Voluntary Doping Control
Athletes who were not chosen for Doping Control may voluntarily submit themselves for testing,
for example in case of National Record. In this case athletes, or an official from their team, must
complete and sign the “IAAF Doping Control Test” form which is available at the TIC. The cost of
such test is at the athlete’s National Federation charge and will be debited to the National
Federation’s account with the IAAF.
10.4
Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)
If an athlete has to take any medication included in the WADA Prohibited List 2014, a Therapeutic
Use Exemption (TUE) is requested. The TUE has to be issued by the IAAF prior to the beginning
of the event. During the WJC only “urgent” TUE’s will be dealt with. Under no circumstances a
TUE for a chronic pathology will be issued.
10.5
IAAF Outreach Programme
IAAF will continue to promote a drugs-free sport through its Outreach Programme. A tent will be
set up at the Warm-up Area offering athletes and officials the opportunity to familiarise with the
IAAF’s anti-doping policies and initiatives. More details will be provided on site.
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11.
DEPARTURES
Check out time will be 12:00 on 28 July. Those cases in which a later check-out may be required
will be discussed with the Team Leader during the accreditation procedure.
Team departure time must be provided via the Final entries. The Team Leader will also be
requested to confirm the departure information, already provided in the Final Entries, at the
Teams’ Accreditation Centre however. In case of changes, please make sure that these are
communicated to the CID.
Transportation to the Portland international airport or Eugene will be arranged for teams.
Departure information including departure time from your Residence Hall village will be posted
at the CIDs.
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12.
OTHER INFORMATION
12.1
IAAF World Junior Coaches’ Conference
A conference for coaches attending the IAAF World Junior Championships will take place in
Eugene on 28 July. More information can be found in the IAAF Circular M/09/14 which was sent
to all Member Federations in January 2014.
12.2
Cultural, Social, Recreational and Accompanying Activities
Information on available activities during the Championships period as well as on shopping,
tourist attractions and leisure activities will be provided in a separate publication upon your
arrival.
12.3
Cell Phones and Ancillary Supplies
The cellular or mobile telephone system in Eugene is very reliable with a number of networks
available. A GSM cellular network is available. Check with your service provider to see whether
they have an agreement with a network in the United States.
If you wish to purchase a mobile phone, sim card or any related accessories you may visit a local
retail store including one of these providers:
Best Buy
3300 Gateway Street
Springfield, OR 97477
+1-541-736-1127
AT&T
2868 Willamette Street, Suite 100
Eugene, OR 97405
+1-541-687-4209
T-Mobile
207 Coburg Rd, Suite 107
Eugene, OR 97401
+1-541-343-3841
If you wish to purchase specific supplies, above and beyond what is being provided by the LOC,
you may visit www.grainger.com for an array of products you might find useful. Please include
the name of the event when placing your orders.
12.4
Currency Exchange
We recommend that currency be exchanged for US dollars prior to your arrival in Eugene. For
those who wish to withdraw money from an ATM my do so using a qualified debit card. ATMs
are located throughout campus. Specific locations will be denoted on the map distributed with
welcome bags.
12.5
Family Accommodations
Families and supporters of athletes can learn about travel and accommodations for Eugene at:
Oregon 2014 Spectator Event Information
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Appendix 13.1
Entry Standards
Men
Event
Women
10.55
21.50
47.70
1:50.50
3:48.00
100m
200m
400m
800m
1500m
3000m
5000m
10,000m
3000m SC
100mH
11.90
24.50
55.25
2:09.10
4:28.00
9:35.00
16:40.00
14:15.00 / 8:15.00 (3000m)
31:29.30
9:10.00
14.64 (1.067m) or
14.24 (0.995m)
53.30
44:20.00
No standard
No standard
6875 (1.067m; 7.26kg SP; 2kg DT)
Or
7090 (0.995m; 6kg SP; 1.75kg DT)
2.16
5.05
7.55
15.60
18.25 (6kg) or 16.50 (7.26kg)
55.00 (1.75kg) or 51.50 (2kg)
67.50 (6kg) or 61.40 (7.26kg)
68.50
10:50.00
14.20
110mH
400mH
10,000m Race Walk
4 x 100m Relay
4 x 400m Relay
Heptathlon
60.75
51:00.00
No standard
No standard
5250
Decathlon
High Jump
Pole Vault
Long Jump
Triple Jump
Shot Put
Discus Throw
Hammer Throw
Javelin throw
1.82
3.95
6.10
12.90
14.30
47.50
57.00
49.00
CONDITIONS FOR VALIDITY OF PERFORMANCES
 All performances must be achieved during the period 1 October 2013 to 14 July 2014. Please
note that the Final Entries deadline remains three Mondays before the first day of
competition, i.e. 7 July 2014.
 All performances must be achieved during an official competition organised in conformity
with IAAF Rules.
 All performances must be achieved during competitions organised or sanctioned by the IAAF,
its Area Associations or its Member Federations. Thus, results achieved at school
competitions must be certified by the Member Federation of the country in which the
competition was organised.
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





Performances achieved in mixed events between male and female participants (see Rule 147)
will only be accepted under the following circumstances:
o For all field events and races of 5000m and over held completely in the stadium the
results will be:
 Automatically accepted if achieved at National Permit competitions
 Accepted only with the Area Association's approval if achieved at competitions
under IAAF Rule 1.1 (i) and (j)
 Never accepted if achieved at competitions conducted under IAAF Rule 1.1 (a)
to (h)
o For Road Races (Race Walks) the results will always be accepted
Wind assisted performances (over 2m/sec) will not be accepted.
Indoor performances will be accepted.
Hand-timed performances for events up to and including 800m will not be accepted.
For Race Walks, road performances will be accepted.
For the running events of 200m and over, performances achieved on over-sized tracks will
not be accepted.
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Appendix 13.2
Quota
The quota is the number of finalists that a MF has in the previous edition of the Championships.
Places in the relays count double. The maximum number of quota for any Member Federation is
20. See list hereunder
20 Athletes
18 Athletes
17 Athletes
16 Athletes
13 Athletes
12 Athletes
11 Athletes
10 Athletes
9 Athletes
8 Athletes
7 Athletes
6 Athletes
5 Athletes
4 Athletes
3 Athletes
2 Athletes
GER, GBR, KEN
CHN, RUS
AUS
JAM
ETH
POL
JPN
BRA
UKR
BAH, FIN
CAN, CUB, FRA
MAR
HUN, ITA, NZL, SWE
ESP, KSA, NED, ROU, TRI, UGA
BEL, ERI, RSA, TUR
ALG, BLR, COL, DEN, DOM, GRE, LTU, MEX, NGR, QAT, SLO, SRB
Host Country
USA
All the remaining Member Federations entering the World Junior Championships will have a
quota of 1 athlete unless by the deadline for the final entries, they have at least one male athlete
and one female athlete having achieved the standards; in this case, their quota will be increased
to 2 athletes.
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Appendix 13.3
Visa Information
Category 1:
List of Countries whose Citizens do not need a Visa to enter the USA:
NACAC
BER, CAN, ISV, PUR
OCEANIA
ASA, GUM, NMI
The Visa Waiver Program enables the following nationals to travel to the USA on tourism or
business visa for up to 90 days :
ASIA
BRU, JPN, KOR, SIN, TPE
AND, AUT, BEL, CZE, DEN, ESP, EST, FIN, FRA, GBR, GER, GRE, HUN, IRL,
EUROPE
ISL, ITA, LAT, LIE, LTU, LUX, MLT, MON, NED, NOR, POR, SLO, SMR,
SUI, SVK, SWE
OCEANIA
AUS, NFI, NZL
List of countries whose Citizens need a Visa to enter the USA and do
have an American Embassy or Consulate in their own country:
ALG, ANG, BDI, BEN, BOT, BUR, CAF, CGO, CHA, CMR, COD, CPV, DJI,
EGY, ERI, ETH, GAB, GAM, GEQ, GHA, GUI, KEN, LBA, LBR, LES, MAD,
AFRICA
MAR, MAW, MLI, MOZ, MRI, MTN, NAM, NGR, NIG, RSA, RWA, SEN,
SLE, SUD, SWZ, TAN, TOG, TUN, UGA, YEM, ZAM, ZIM
AFG, BAN, BRN, CAM, CHN, HKG, INA, IND, IRQ, JOR, KSA, KUW, LAO,
ASIA
LIB, MAC, MAS, MGL, NEP, OMA, PAK, PHI, PRK, QAT, SRI, SYR, THA,
TJK, TKM, TLS, UAE, UZB, VIE
ALB, ARM, AZE, BIH, BLR, BUL, CRO, CYP, GEO, ISR, KAZ, KGZ, MDA,
EUROPE
MKD, MNE, POL, ROU, RUS, SRB, TUR, UKR
NACAC
BAH, BAR, BIZ, CRC, CUB*, DOM, HAI, HON, JAM, MEX, MNT, NCA, TTO
OCEANIA
COK, FIJ, FSM, MHL, PLW, PNG, PYF, SAM
ARG, BOL, BRA, CHI, COL, ECU, ESA, GUA, GUY, PAN, PAR, PER, SUR,
CONSUDATLE
URU, VEN
* Office in Havana performs consular functions including USA visas. Athletes do not have to
leave the country to obtain visas
Category 2:
Category 3:
AFRICA
ASIA
EUROPE
NACAC
OCEANIA
List of countries whose Citizens need a Visa to enter the USA and do
not have an American Embassy or Consulate in their own country:
CIV, COM, GBS, SEY, SOM, STP
BHU, IRI, MDV, MYA, PLE
GIB
AIA, ANT, ARU, CAY, DMA, GRN, IVB, LCA, SKN, TKS, VIN
KIR, NRU, SOL, TGA, TUV, VAN
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Appendix 13.4
Timetable
DAY 1 - Tuesday Morning, 22 July
10:00 100m H Hep
W
10:05 Javelin Throw
W
QA
10:25 100m Dec
M
10:30 Pole Vault
W
QAB
10:50 110m H
M
R1
11:05 High Jump Hep
W
AB
11:25 Javelin Throw
W
QB
11:30 Long Jump Dec
M
AB
11:45 1500m
M
R1
12:15 800m
W
R1
12:55 100m
M
R1
13:15 Shot Put Dec
M
AB
DAY 2 - Wednesday Morning, 23 July
10:00 110m H Dec
M
10:00 Long Jump
M
QAB
10:25 10,000m R.Walk
W
F
10:45 Discus Throw Dec
M
A
11:30 400m
W
R1
11:40 Long Jump Hep
W
A
11:50 Discus Throw Dec
M
B
12:10 400m H
M
R1
12:55 800m
W
SF
13:20 Javelin Throw Hep
W
A
13:40 Pole Vault Dec
M
AB
14:30 Javelin Throw Hep
W
B
DAY 3 - Thursday Morning, 24 July
10:00 Discus Throw
W
QA
10:05 3000m SC
W
R1
10:15 Shot Put
M
QAB
10:25 Pole Vault
M
QAB
10:30 Hammer Throw
M
QA
10:45 200m
M
R1
11:20 Discus Throw
W
QB
11:35 200m
W
R1
12:00 Hammer Throw
M
QB
12:05 Triple Jump
W
QAB
12:20 400m H
M
SF
12:45 400m H
W
R1
DAY 4 - Friday Morning, 25 July
10:00 10,000m R.Walk
M
10:00 Discus Throw
M
10:10 Shot Put
W
10:45 Triple Jump
M
11:00 100m H
W
11:15 Discus Throw
M
11:40 3000m SC
M
11:50 High Jump
W
12:15 1500m
W
12:45 Javelin Throw
M
12:50 800m
M
14:10 Javelin Throw
M
F
QA
QAB
QAB
R1
QB
R1
QAB
R1
QA
R1
QB
DAY 1 - Tuesday Evening 22 July
17:15 High Jump Dec
M
17:30 Hammer Throw
W
17:35 400m
M
18:05 Shot Put Hep
W
18:35 100m
W
18:45 Long Jump
W
19:00 Hammer Throw
W
19:25 200m Hep
W
19:50 400m Dec
M
20:05 Opening Ceremony 00:00
20:35 10,000m
M
DAY 2 - Wednesday Evening 23 July
17:30 Hammer Throw
W
F
17:35 110m H
M
SF
17:35 Javelin Throw Dec
M
A
17:52 10,000m
M
MC
18:00 100m
W
SF
18:15 High Jump
M
AB
18:20 100m
M
SF
18:35 10,000m R.Walk
W
MC
18:40 Javelin Throw Dec
M
B
18:45 400m
M
SF
19:05 Long Jump
W
F
19:10 800m Hep
W
F
19:40 5000m
W
F
20:02 Hammer Throw
W
MC
20:10 1500m Dec
M
F
20:30 Heptathlon
W
MC
20:40 100m
W
F
20:45 5000m
W
MC
20:55 100m
M
F
20:58 Decathlon
M
MC
DAY 3 - Thurday Evening 24 July
17:50 Long Jump
W
18:00 Pole Vault
W
18:05 Shot Put
M
18:10 200m
W
18:26 100m
W
18:35 Long Jump
M
18:40 200m
M
19:05 400m
W
19:21 100m
M
19:30 Javelin Throw
W
19:35 110m H
M
19:45 400m
M
19:50 Shot Put
M
20:00 800m
W
20:05 110m H
M
20:15 3000m
W
20:27 Long Jump
M
20:40 1500m
M
20:45 400m
M
DAY 4 - Friday Evening 25 July
17:45 Pole Vault
W
17:51 3000m
W
18:00 Hammer Throw
M
18:05 4 x 100m Relay
W
18:21 800m
W
18:30 High Jump
M
18:35 Shot Put
W
18:40 4 x 100m Relay
M
18:57 Javelin Throw
W
19:05 400m H
W
19:22 1500m
M
19:35 400m H
M
19:37 10,000m R.Walk
M
19:45 Discus Throw
W
19:55 200m
W
19:59 Hammer Throw
M
20:10 200m
M
20:14 Shot Put
W
20:20 400m H
M
20:30 400m
W
20:33 200m
W
20:45 5000m
M
21:01 400m
W
MC
MC
F
R1
MC
F
F
R1
MC
SF
MC
F
MC
F
F
MC
F
MC
MC
F
MC
F
MC
AB
QA
R1
AB
R1
QAB
QB
F
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F
F
SF
MC
F
SF
SF
MC
F
F
F
MC
F
MC
F
MC
F
MC
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DAY 5 - Saturday Morning 26 July
DAY 6 - Sunday Morning 27 July
DAY 5 - Saturday Afternoon 26 July
14:20 High Jump
M
MC
14:30 Pole Vault
M
F
14:35 100m H
W
SF
14:52 Discus Throw
W
MC
15:05 4 x 400m Relay
W
R1
15:19 5000m
M
MC
15:30 Triple Jump
W
F
15:35 4 x 400m Relay
M
R1
15:56 200m
M
MC
16:05 Discus Throw
M
F
16:10 400m H
W
F
16:25 800m
M
SF
16:43 400m H
M
MC
16:55 3000m SC
W
F
17:08 Pole Vault
M
MC
17:20 4 x 100m Relay
W
F
17:23 Triple Jump
W
MC
17:35 4 x 100m Relay
M
F
17:38 3000m SC
W
MC
DAY 6 - Sunday Afternoon 27 July
14:50 Discus Throw
M
15:00 High Jump
W
15:05 Triple Jump
M
15:10 100m H
W
15:14 4 x 100m Relay
W
15:25 Javelin Throw
M
15:30 3000m SC
M
15:43 4 x 100m Relay
M
15:55 1500m
W
16:02 100m H
W
16:15 800m
M
16:20 3000m SC
M
16:26 1500m
W
16:35 4 x 400m Relay
W
16:42 800m
M
16:48 Triple Jump
M
17:00 4 x 400m Relay
M
17:05 High Jump
W
17:10 Javelin Throw
M
17:15 4 x 400m Relay
W
17:22 4 x 400m Relay
M
17:30 Closing Ceremony
MC
F
F
F
MC
F
F
MC
F
MC
F
MC
MC
F
MC
MC
F
MC
MC
MC
MC
Appendix 13.5
Official Implements
MEN
Catalogue No.
Company
8260024
VSP-320B
N1118EXA
F291
PK-6/115
Anand
Bhalla
Nelco
Nishi
Polanik
7003175
DSR-P17
Anand
Bhalla
D1750 JSUS
N1105AB
Denfi
Nelco
9260005/9700100
N1122CSA/N1125BN
F241A/F352
PM-6/105/UP/UW-130
Anand
Nelco
Nishi
Polanik
800CC95
7916800c
7916803c
Nemeth
Nordic
Nordic
Description
SHOT 6kg
Competition, steel, dia: 124mm
Vinex Super, Turned iron, dia: 120mm
Turned steel, dia: 124mm
Steel, dia: 117mm
Turned steel, dia: 115mm
DISCUS 1.75kg
Supra Black, steel rim, ABS plates
Vinex High Spin, Steel rim, plastic side
Jurgen Schult Ultimate Spin, Chrome plated steel rim, plastic
sides
Super Spin Black, stainless steel rim, plastic sides
HAMMER 6kg
ATE, Competition, steel dia: 105mm
Olympic, steel, dia: 105mm
Steel, dia:105mm
Turned steel, dia: 105mm
JAVELIN 800g
Classic 95m, hard composite, yellow cord
Champion Carbon, carbon, lilac cord
Airglider, carbon, red cord
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Colour
Certification
No.
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Silver
Red
I-05-0337
I-04-0312
I-02-0260
I-03-0292
I-02-0262
Black
Red
I-05-0342
I-04-0313
White, yellow centre
Black
I-11-0525
I-02-0279
Blue
Blue
Green
Yellow
I-07-0387
I-02-0261
I-06-0360
I-02-0265
Violet/yellow/orange
White, lilac spiral
White, red spiral
I-08-0400
I-99-0189
l-09-0300
WOMEN
Catalogue No.
Company
8340004
VSP-303
N1118EA
F253C
PK-4/95-S
Anand
Bhalla
Nelco
Nishi
Polanik
7000100
82410
F303B
F333A
6176100
Anand
Gill Athletics
Nishi
Nishi
Nordic
9040095/9700100
F210A/F352
PM-4/95-M/UP/UW130
722-2095/7224000/4200
600CS75
600C75
7917601
Colour
Anand
Nishi
Description
SHOT 4kg
ATE, Competition, turned iron, dia: 104mm
Vinex Super, turned iron, dia: 103mm
Turned iron 104mm
Steel 109mm
Stainless steel dia: 95mm
DISCUS 1kg
ATE Indra White, steel rim, ABS plate
Pacer Orange, steel rim, ABS sides
Super, steel rim, FRP sides
Super HM, steel rim, FRP sides
Gold, brass rim, fibreglass sides
HAMMER 4kg
ATE, stainless steel, dia: 95mm
Turned steel 96mm
Polanik
Certification
No.
Pink
White
Black
Silver
Metal
I-07-0386
I-04-0311
I-99-0137
l-99-0084
I-00-0231
White
Orange
Black/red/white
Purple/black/white
White/gold
I-06-0374
I-08-0406
I-99-0086
I-02-0256
I-99-0005
Silver
Blue
I-05-0340
l-99-0080
Brass, dia: 95mm
Gold
I-00-0204
UCS
Steel, dia: 95mm
Silver
I-99-0126
Nemeth
Nemeth
Nordic
JAVELIN 600g
Classic 75m, aluminium, violet cord
Club 75m, aluminium, violet cord
Diana 60, steel, red cord, 60m
Violet/yellow/red
Violet/yellow/blue
Pink
l-99-0110
I-99-0103
I-99-0015
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Appendix 13.6
University of Oregon Campus Map
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Appendix 13.7
Hayward Field General Plan
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Appendix 13.8
Lane Community College Training Venue Plan
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Appendix 13.9
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & AGREEMENT FORM
1. In consideration of the right to compete in International Competitions, I,
______________________________________ of __________________________________
[Last Name, First Name]
[National Federation]
hereby acknowledge and agree as follows:1.1. I am aware of and have had the opportunity to review the IAAF Rules (the "Rules") and
the IAAF Regulations (the "Regulations") available on the IAAF website at
http://www.iaaf.org/aboutiaaf/publications/regulations/index.html. I consent and agree to
comply with and be bound by the Rules and Regulations (and any amendments to the
Rules and Regulations as may be made from time to time).
1.2. I consent and agree in particular to comply with and be bound by the IAAF Anti-Doping
Rules (Chapter 3 of the Rules) and by the IAAF Anti-Doping Regulations and the
International Standards incorporated into the IAAF Anti-Doping Regulations. I declare
that I am not currently using and will not in the future use any substance or method or
other practice which violates the IAAF Anti-Doping Rules. I undertake to compete in
Athletics drug free at all times.
1.3. I am aware of and have had the opportunity to review the Athlete Information Notice
available
on
the
IAAF
website
at
http://www.iaaf.org/aboutiaaf/publications/regulations/index.html concerning the use of
my personal information by the IAAF. I consent and agree that my personal information
may be used by the IAAF in accordance with the Athlete Information Notice.
1.4. I consent and agree in particular that my Personal Information including without limitation
my Sensitive Personal Information (as those terms are defined in the Anti-Doping
Regulations) may be processed for anti-doping purposes in accordance with the IAAF
Anti-Doping Rules and the IAAF Anti-Doping Regulations (and the International Standard
for the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information incorporated into the Anti-Doping
Regulations) by and amongst the IAAF and its Area Associations and Member
Federations, the World Anti-Doping Agency, National Anti-Doping Agencies and/or other
Anti-Doping Organisations, including, but not limited to, as part of the ADAMS database
system.
1.5. I consent and agree that for the limited purpose of promoting the IAAF, the sport of
Athletics, or particular athletics competitions, the IAAF may without charge and on a
worldwide basis use any images that are taken of me in any media at or in conjunction
with any athletics competitions in which the IAAF has an ownership interest, including the
World Championships in Athletics and other World Athletics Series events.
1.6. I acknowledge and agree that any dispute arising out of a decision made pursuant to the
Rules may be appealed exclusively as provided in the Rules to the Court of Arbitration
for Sport (CAS). I acknowledge and agree that all decisions of CAS under the Rules shall
be final and binding and that I will not bring any claim, arbitration, lawsuit or litigation in
any other court or tribunal.
2. Unless renewed upon the IAAF's request at any time, this Agreement shall be of indefinite
duration and shall terminate only upon my retirement from Athletics.
3. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Laws of Monaco.
I acknowledge that, by signing this Acknowledgement and Agreement, I have read and
understand this Acknowledgement and Agreement and that it is legally binding.
Date:
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Name:
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[Print Last Name (in Capitals), First Name]
Date of Birth: _________________________________________________
[Day/Month/Year]
Signature:
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