Management & Administration : Utilisation of Pilditch for Training Purposes

 

Utilisation

 

Athletes may utilise Pilditch for training purposes under the following conditions:

  1. Registered athletes can obtain a membership card from the Stadium Manager for R 20,00. This membership card will allow athletes to utilise Pilditch for training purposes for the year 2007.
  2. Athletes without a membership card shall pay an entrance fee of R 5,00 per training session.

Change rooms

The change rooms on the athletes' level will be open from 13h00 to 19h00 on weekdays.

 

Parking Facilities

Athletes and coaches may utilise the parking area behind the pavillion, on condition that the marked and numbered parking spaces are used. All other entrance conditions must also be abided by.

 

Apparatus & Equipment

AGN will supply the following for training purposes:

  • 10 Adjustable hurdles will be on the track permanently.
  • One take-off board will be available for the long jump and the landing area will be prepared permanently. The landing area at the warming up area will be available throughout.
  • Two shotput circles will be supplied, with stop boards.
  • High- and Pole Vault landing areas will be made available only on Tuesdays and Thursdays, provided a booking was made the previous day.
  • Steeplechase hurdles and the waterhole will be available on Wednesdays, if arranged on the preceding Tuesday.
  • Discuss throwing must be practiced at the warming-up area and the nets there must be used. No training facilities are available for hammer throw.
  • No implements or starting blocks will be available. Should athletes use their own starting blocks, the blocks must be approved prior to use and an approval sticker will be attached. Unapproved blocks may be confiscated.

 


 

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