Timetable for Connachts T&F Event

Timetable for Connachts T&F Event

Please read carefully – the information below is provided by the Connacht Secretary for the event in Craughwell on Saturday and Athlone on Sunday. Please note also that all attendees, both spectators and athletes must fill out the attached form and bring it with them to the event to hand to the organisers when collecting your number:- AAI_Club_Covid_questionnaire_050620.pdf
Please ensure you complete the form as you can’t be there otherwise.
This is a requirement for everyone in attendance at the event; officials, spectators, coaches and athletes, the information is relevant to all. If you answer yes to any question then we would request that you do not attend the event. Anyone who has been abroad must have been back in the country for a minimum of 14 days before the event. 
Please note also that if parents wish to attend they need to have already communicated this to your traininig coordinator as a list of those allowed attend had to be provided to the Connacht secretary. Please contact your training group coordinator asap if this is not the case.
Information from Connacht Secreatry:


  • Only coach/guardians All others will be required to wait in their own cars.  
  • You will not be allowed to stand around the outside of the track/grounds at all.  
  • Spectators must check-in at the spectator’s gate (nearest to the campus entrance for AIT) and must sanitise their hands on entry.  
  • Spectators must stay in the stands at AIT and not enter the track at all.  
  • Social distancing must be maintained at all times whilst in the stadium/grounds.  
  • You will not be permitted to approach the officials looking for results.



  • Only athletes who have booked a place in advance will be allowed access to the stadium/grounds.  
  • You must not arrive at the stadium/grounds earlier than the designated time for your check-in;  
  • Long Jump, U14/15/16 G, 11.30am
  • Long Jump, U14/15/16 B & All Shot, 12.45pm
  • Long Jump, U17+, 2pm
  • 100m, All Ages, 10.30am  
  • 800m, All Ages, 12.30pm  
  • 3000m, All Ages, 2.30pm  
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times whilst on the campus/grounds where social distancing cannot be maintained.  
  • You must check-in at the athlete’s tent, (gate nearest the Arena for AIT) and must sanitise your hands on entry.  
  • You MUST bring with you your signed AAI Health Questionnaire Form, there will be no pens available for this on site and so it must be completed in advance. No form, no entry.  
  • Shot Putters must bring their own equipment and sharing of equipment will not be permitted.
  • You must bring your own pins, water bottles and personal hand sanitiser and must not share with any others.  
  • You must follow the instructions of the officials and anybody seen not to be doing so will be asked to leave.  
  • You will be required to leave the stadium after completing your race. Time will be allowed (min 3 minutes) at the end of your race for you to recover your breathing whilst maintaining a safe distance from other athletes before exiting the stadium.  
  • There will be no results posted on the day, all results will be available later on connachtathletics.com  . Athletes will NOT be permitted to approach the officials looking for results.

Our most important concern is for the well-being of our athletes, officials and all those attending as well as to our sport. We shall require the co-operation of everyone in order for this event to be a success. Please don’t forget to bring your common sense with you.


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