PAHC Records Policy

7-14 Records

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    • Records must be broken in the Junior Athletics Calendar Year (1 April – March 31)
    • The Athlete must be a registered member of PAHC on the day that the record is broken.
    • Athletes can be representing their school or region and break the club record.
    • Athletes can only break records for the age that they are currently in.  
    • Athletes can be competing in Senior Events eg U16 and still break the club record for their Junior age.
    • It is the responsibility of the parent to know if their child has broken a record and inform the PAHC Records                     Manager, so it can be confirmed.  
    • Results from Colgate Games, Auckland Champs, NI & NZ Sec Schools, IP’s will all automatically qualify.  For field           events – events other than those listed must have a minimum of a C Grade official present. 
    • Track Results will all qualify provided they have been run with a finish line camera. 
    • Distance events must have a lap counter.
    • Walks events must have qualified officials checking for technique and a lap counter.

U16-U20 Records


    • Records for these age groups are taken from 1 January 2021.  For two years they will be deemed as “best                       performances” and then will be ratified as records. 
    • The age groups are based on NZ Athletics Senior Age Groupings. 
    • The Athlete must be a registered member of PAHC on the day that the record is broken.
    • Athletes can be representing their school, region or country and break the club record.
    • Athletes do not have to be competing in that age group to break that record.
    • Athletes can break the records of the Older Age Groups. For throws they must be using the correct weighted                  equipment.  Long Jump must be from the board.
    • It is the responsibility of the athlete to know if they have broken a record and to inform the PAHC Records Manger,        so it can be confirmed.
    • 60m-200m, Long Jump, Triple Jump must have wind recorded using anemometer and be 2.0ms or less.  
    • Distance events must have a lap counter.
    • Walks events must have qualified officials checking for technique and a lap counter.
    • PAHC will follow the same rules as per Auckland Athletics Records.

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