Important! Meet information is currently being updated. Registration will open on Monday, June 20.
The NLAA Provincial Track and Field Age-Class Championships will be held at Pearlgate Track and Field Complex in Mount Pearl. The track, an eight (8) lane and runways surface are Poly-urethane. Concrete discus, shot put and hammer circles with regulation cages for discus and hammer are provided.
The competition will be conducted per the World Athletics Handbook and variations per Athletics Canada and NLAA rules.
1) Athletes Must Compete in their Age-Category unless trying to achieve Canada Games Performance Standards.
Approved U16 and U18 athletes can compete in the Senior category events (weight implements/hurdles/distance events) that are not offered in their age category.
These athletes may seek approval by contacting the NLAA office via email by 4:00 pm on Thursday, July 23. Emails must be sent to email@example.com. This is the only valid email to seek approval!
Confirmation: Participants sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org should expect a prompt reply acknowledging the receipt of the request. NLAA asks to re-send their email or call (709) 576-1303 if they are still waiting for a response within a reasonable time.
2)Vaccination Verification Updated on Wednesday, June 22
Canada Games Council COVID-19 Policy requires that all staff and participants must be vaccinated to attend the Games.
Athletes trying for the Canada Games Team are asked to show proof of vaccination status.
Athletes and staff must be fully vaccinated (2 vaccinations per NL Public Health standards) or qualify for a vaccination exemption before arrival at Brock University.
Athletes must show proof of vaccination during bib pick up; a volunteer will scan the QR code to verify the participant's vaccination status.
3) A Day at the Games Presentations Added on Thursday, June 23
Message from Gary Martin, Chef de Mission, 2022 Team NL/Niagara
The TeamNL Chef Team will be hosting virtual presentations for anyone who has a personal interest in the 2022 Canada Games in Niagara. We ask that you please forward this information along to your athletes, parents & guardians, and team staff and encourage them to feel free to share the link to anyone they feel may wish to attend.
“A Day at the Games” will provide key information to participants and their families to gain an understanding of what it is like to be a part of our Team NL contingent. We will discuss a typical day at the Games as well as services available to the athletes. Canada Games is a unique experience and this information will allow our athletes to be best prepared when we land in Niagara Falls.
Out third and fourth sessions are scheduled via Zoom as follows, approximately (1hr.15 mins):
Space on the call may be limited but we will schedule additional sessions as the need arises. EVERY participant will have an opportunity to attend. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible early July, 45 days to the games.
4) CCES Anti-Doping Training Added on Thursday, June 23
Message from JANINE CAMPBELL, Games Coordinator
As per the instruction below from the CGC and in the included attachment (PDF), ALL TeamNL MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TRAINING. This includes managers, techs and participant assistants. Please ensure that all team members complete this training before July 8th, 2022. Team members not having completed this training prior to departure will not be permitted to go to the Games per CGC policy.
As part of our commitment to clean sport, all athletes and support personnel attending the 2022 Canada Games must complete anti-doping education provided by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES).
Use the attached PDF invitation to sign up for an account in the CCES online learning portal and complete a course in the True Sport Clean series!
- New users 17 and older will complete True Sport Clean 2022.
- New users 16 and younger will complete the brand new True Sport Clean: Next Gen.
- Returning users who completed a course last year (2021) will complete The 2022 True Sport Clean Review.
This will already be available on your Dashboard if you’re eligible.
- Coaches, managers, technical support & mission staff will additionally complete The Role of Athlete Support Personnel.
When you sign up, you will first create a password and enter your date of birth. Once logged in, you will complete the Profile module before receiving your courses. This step is important to make sure you’re associated with your team.
- Choose your province or territory carefully. If you’re competing for Team Alberta, for example, choose Alberta.
- On the “Major Games” screen, select Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games.
If you have already completed a 2022 course, you have fulfilled your education requirement and do not need to do the course again! Simply launch the Profile to make sure that your Province/Territory and Major Games are listed correctly.
If you have any difficulty signing up or completing your course, the CCES education team will be happy to help via email@example.com.
- U16 (15 yrs. - 12 yrs. ) born in 2008 through 2011
- U18 (16 and 17 yrs.) born in 2007 or 2006
- U20 (18 and 19 yrs.) born in 2005 or 2004
- Senior (over 20 yrs.) born in 2003 or earlier
- Masters (35 yrs. and over)
- Para-Athletics - Wheelchair and Para Throwing
An athlete can enter a maximum of three (3) events. Participants will be charged additional processing fees on-top of registration cost.
- # of events: Regular Fee / Late Fee
- 1 Event: $10 / $20
- 2 Events: $15 / $25
- 3 Events: $20 / $30
All competitors will be supplied with a competitive number. All race numbers must be displayed on the front. The number must not be cut, folded or obscured in any way.
Bib numbers must be picked up after 5:00 pm on Friday, June 24, near the finish line at the Pearlgate Track and Field Complex, Mount Pearl.
Failure to participate
No change or adding of new events will be permitted after the registration deadline.
Scratches will be accepted up to 60 minutes before the event’s scheduled start. If a competitor fails to participate in a registered event, they will be excluded from participation in all further events in the competition.
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday Evening, June 24
- 5:30 pm Hammer Throw F/M
- 6:00 pm 80mH U16G,100mH U16B/U18G,110mH U18B/U20
- 6:30 pm Triple Jump F/M
- 6:30 pm Steeplechase 2000m/3000m
- 7:30 pm 200mH U16G/B, 400mH U18G/B/U20
- 8:00 pm 2000m/3000m/5000m F/M (mixed)
Saturday Morning, June 25
- 9:00 am Shot Put F/M
- 9:00 am Para Shot Put F/M
- 10:00 am WC 100m F/M
- 10:00 am 100m F/M
- 10:30 am 800m F/M
- 10:30 am High Jump F
- 10:30 am Long Jump M
- 11:30 am 200m F/M
- 11:30 am Discus Throw F/M
- 11:30 am Para Discus F/M
Saturday Afternoon, June 25
- 1:30 pm High Jump M
- 1:30 pm Long Jump F
- 2:00 pm 300 F/M
- 2:20 pm WC 400m F/M
- 2:20 pm 400m F/M
- 3:00 pm Javeling Throw F/M
- 3:00 pm 1200m U16 F/M
- 3:30 pm WC 1500m F/M
- 3:30 pm 1500m F/M
- Sunday Afternoon, June 26 (PowerPlex)
- 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Pole Vault F/M
Confirming your Online Registration is the responsibility of each participant or the coach/parent completing the registration. After entering all personal information, you must click on PROCEED TO STEP 2 for payment. Clicking on SAVE & COMPLETE LATER will not register participants for the event. Athletes successfully registered for the meet will have THEIR NAME APPEAR IMMEDIATELY ON THE CONFIRMATION LIST.