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Timed Programme & Traffic Information

2 December 2015 12:08pm

Update: The timed programme has been updated. Changes and possible changes are highlighted in yellow. ‘Out’ means the heats, quarters or semi finals are not required and the highlighted numbers mean there has been a change in the number of heats.

The timed programme is now available. Please note the Open Girls and Boys 300m Hurdles and the Junior Boys 100m hurdles are unlikely to require semi finals but this will be confirmed at the managers’ meeting. The 1st round heats will be run at heat time not semi final time.

Traffic Information

There are major road works being undertaken just south of Temuka, north of Timaru, with, at times, long delays, we not sure if it will be happening Saturday, but definitely happening Friday.

An alternative route to the Timaru track if you are heading south on State Highway 1 from Temuka, Geraldine, Ashburton, Waihi Boys etc, is turning off State Highway 1 just over the second bridge south of Temuka, onto Arowhenua Pleasant Point Highway, approx 500 few meters down the road you turn left onto Levels Plain Road, (signposted to airport), follow this to the very end, passing the airport on your left, to Pleasant Point Highway (State Highway 8), turn left onto the highway and either carry on to Washdyke and State Highway 1 or else a Km or so down Pleasant Point Highway as your head east towards Timaru, you will sign a signpost directing you to Timaru West (Cartwrights Road), which you can take, follow this, turn left onto Rosewill Valley Road, and continue on this road which becomes Kellands Hill Road, travel up the hill, and this will take you all the way to Pages Road, turn left, then right onto Morgans Road which you follow until you reach Aorangi Park on your right.

The Aspiring Athletes Programme Classic Tour

2 December 2015 9:13am

Leading athletes at the New Zealand Secondary Schools are once again invited to tour and compete at the classic meetings in January 2016.
The Tour is built around the late January classic meetings in the lower north island. Athletes over the past two years have indicated that taking part in the whole tour is both advisable and rewarding.

California Track and Field Tour 2016

30 November 2015 12:24pm

The California Track & Field Tour 2016 is currently being organised, and expressions of interest are encouraged from New Zealand Secondary School athletes in all events. The team leaves Auckland on April 5 and returns April 25. The athletes will be based in Los Angeles and compete in meets over three weekends in Southern California. This is the sixth California Tour and many personal bests have been achieved against top U.S. high school competition in an ideal climate. For more information, contact Greg Lautenslager at the National Academy of Distance Running: (O) 03 923-2321 or (M) 027 343-5521 or via e-mail: coach@nzrunningacademy.co.nz. Coach Lautenslager will be in Timaru for the New Zealand Secondary Schools Athletics Championships and will be happy to meet with athletes, parents, and coaches to provide details about the tour.


24 November 2015 12:05pm

The NZSSAA AGM will be held at 7.00pm at the Southern Trust Events Centre, Aorangi Park, on December 4.

Message to those with interest in Javelin

18 November 2015 9:16pm

Please find a flyer below about a meeting for the identification and development of javelin throwing talent in New Zealand, to take place at the Track and Field Championships.

Bolt Running Event

10 October 2015 8:53am

The Bolt – part of the Podium Rotorua Running Festival – is a unique event on the New Zealand road racing calendar. It features a peak-time, multi-lap, city-centre couse with $3,000 cash and prizes on oer, making it the richest 5K race in the country. More information below.

Australian Cross Country Championships

23 September 2015 12:12pm

The NZSS Cross Country Team (2015) competed in Melbourne on the 29th August at the Australian Cross Country Championships, held at Moonee Valley Racecourse. Full results report below.

World Secondary Schools' Cross Country Championships 2016

12 August 2015 12:59pm

Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected to represent New Zealand Secondary Schools at the ISF World Cross Country Championships in Hungary April 2016.

NZSSAA also congratulates the selected Schools Teams: Girls: St Cuthbert’s College, Boys: Sacred Heart College (Auckland) and thanks Wanganui Collegiate School and New Plymouth Boys’ High School for their interest and worthy applications.

Individual athletes who wish to be considered for the NZSSAA Team should send an expression of interest that can be downloaded from the NZSSAA website and received no later than Friday 31 July.

It should be noted that only athletes at Secondary School in 2016 are eligible. Athletes must be born in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001.

While performance at the NZ Schools is a major factor in selection other performances will be considered by selectors including the Athletics New Zealand Cross Country on August 1.

Australian Cross Country Championships

28 July 2015 10:24am

Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected to represent NZSSAA at the 2015 Australian Cross Country Championships, August 29 and the Australian All Schools relays August 31 in Melbourne.

The Team Managers are Rhys Taucher, Sacred Heart College Auckland and Val Burke, Reach your Peak, Wanaka with assistance from Alec McNab and Don Dalgliesh.

These forms must be completed by any senior runner who finished in the top 12 places at the NZSSAA Cross Country championships who did not pick up their information pack at the medals ceremony but intends being a member of the NZSS team. Runners who finished outside the top 12 or were unable to compete and who would like to be considered for selection should also complete them.

Cross Country Results and Paper Team

20 June 2015 6:35pm

Results from the Cross Country Championships.

The 2015 paper team, and subsidy application form:

Photographs from the event are now:

Social Cancelled

15 June 2015 10:43am

Due to low numbers interested in the Social this will not be going ahead on Saturday.

We required a minimum number of 200 tickets to be sold to cover the costs of running the event and make it a viable fundraiser. We did not reach this number. Thank you to all the schools which did show an interest in attending. Reimbursements will be arranged for payments that have been already made. Schools will need to email the accounts department at Queen’s High School with their bank account details: Yvonne Covey exec@queens.school.nz.

If managers and their athletes are looking for other activities to attend for the evening you could consider:
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