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All Field Events

Shot Put

Men throw a 12 lb. shot put and the girls throw a 10 lb. shot put.

Techniques include standing throw, the glide or the spin.

Discus Throw

Men throw a 1.6K discus, women throw a 1K discus.

Techniques include the standing throw as well as a bunch of variations of a spin technique.

Hammer Throw

Men throw a 12 lb hammer and girls throw a 10 lb hammer. The weighted ball usually made of iron is attached to a metal wire which then attaches to a handle. It is thrown by a variation of spins.

Javelin Throw

Mens throw a 800 gram javelin and women throw a 600 gram javelin. It is thrown through a step technique in which crossover steps are used upon release. Without the proper steps, the throw will not be as successful.

Pole Vault

All pole vaulters use poles according to their weight. Usually there are 6 step patterns in which 6 steps on one foot are done before you plant your pole to execute the jump.

Long Jump

Men and women jump the same and depending upon your distance you can change your take off point so you land accurately in the landing pit. Steps are once again a huge part of a successful jump. But in-air technique is key.

High Jump

Men and women also high jump the same although there are different step variations and techniques. The approach is key as well as your take off foot, in-air technique and being able to "kick" yourself over the bar once over to ensure nothing hits the bar on your way down.


110m High Hurdles

110 meter sprint with 7 hurdles evenly separated (Starting blocks required)


100m Dash

100 meter sprint (Starting blocks required)



1500 meter run, pacing is key (No starting blocks required)


4x100m Relay


4 individuals with a 100 meter sprint each (1st person with starting blocks required)




400 meter sprint, pacing is key (Starting blocks required)

300m Hurdles


300 meter sprint with 7 hurdles evenly separated (Starting blocks required)



800 meter run, pacing is key (No starting blocks required)



200 meter sprint (Starting blocks required)




(sometimes in the first position) (The 3000m can be moved if all coaches agree.)

3000 meter run, pacing is very key. (No starting blocks required)



4x400m Relay


4 individuals with each having to run a 400 meter spring while pacing

(1st person is required to use starting blocks)


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