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5th IAAF World Youth Championships in Athletics - Ostrava, CZE - 11/15 July 2007

IAAF 5th World Youth Championships in Athletics
Ostrava, CZE, 11-15 July 2007 - Entry Standards - Boys

Event Fully Automatic Timing Hand Timing
100 Metres 11.45 11.3
200 Metres 23.10 22.9
400 Metres 50.50 50.4
800 Metres 1:59.00
1500 Metres 4:03.00
3000 Metres 8:55.00
110 Metres Hurdles 14.40 14.2
400 Metres Hurdles 55.55 55.4
2000 Metres Steeplechase 6:10.00
High Jump 2.00
Pole Vault 4.50
Long Jump 7.00
Triple Jump 14.45
Shot Put (5kg) 17.30
Discus Throw (1.5kg) 52.00
Hammer Throw (5kg) 60.00
Javelin Throw (700gr) 58.00
Octathlon 5500 points
10,000 Metres Race Walk 48:40.00
Medley Relay No Standard

IAAF 5th World Youth Championships in Athletics
Ostrava, CZE, 11-15 July 2007 - Entry Standards - Girls

Event Fully Automatic Timing Hand Timing
100 Metres 12.65 12.4
200 Metres 25.90 25.7
400 Metres 57.90 57.8
800 Metres 2:17.00
1500 Metres 4:35.00
3000 Metres 9:40.00
100 Metres Hurdles 14.70 14.5
400 Metres Hurdles 62.50 62.4
2000 Metres Steeplechase 6:52.00 (5:04.00 - 1500mSC)
High Jump 1.73
Pole Vault 3.65
Long Jump 5.85
Triple Jump 11.95
Shot Put 12.30
Discus Throw 41.00
Hammer Throw 45.00
Javelin Throw 42.00
Heptathlon 4500 points
5000 metres Race Walk 25:25.00
Medley Relay No Standard

  1. Performances must be achieved during the period 1 January 2006 to 25 June 2007.

  2. Performances must be achieved during an official competition organized in conformity with IAAF Rules.

  3. Performances must be achieved during competitions organized or sanctioned by the IAAF, its Area Associations or its National Member Federations. Thus, results achieved at university or school competitions must be certified by the National Federation of the country in which the competition was organized.

  4. In accordance with IAAF Rule 147, competitions held completely in the stadium, mixed events between male and female participants shall not be permitted.

  5. Wind assisted performances will not be accepted.

  6. Indoor performances will be accepted (unless achieved on oversized tracks).

Entry Rules

  • A maximum of two athletes from each Member Federation can compete is each event (Except for Relays).

  • Three athletes can be entered per event, provided each has achieved the corresponding Entry Standard but only two will compete.

  • A maximum of six athletes may be enterd in the Medley Relay.

  • The maximum number of events that an athlete can compete in is two individual events and a relay. If the two individual events are track events, only one of them may be longer than 200m.

  • Members who have no male and/or female qualified athlete(s) whom they wish to enter in any Championships event may enter one unqualified male athlete and/or one unqualified female athlete in one event of the Championships with the exception of Field Events and Combined Events.

  • Fields Events - Member Federations or Area Associations (on behalf of the Member Federations) which do not have male and/or female qualified athlete(s), but which best athlete(s) excel(s) in a Field Event, may submit to the IAAF by te time of the Preliminary Entry deadline the name of this/these athlete(s), with their performance(s). The Final Entries regarding such athletes are at the discetion of the Technical Delegates.

  • If the host country of the World Youth Championships does not have an athlete who achieve the Entry Standards for a specific event, it may enter one athlete in the event regardless of the Entry Standard.

  • Age Categories - only athletes aged 15, 16 or 17 on 31 December in the year of the Championships may compete (e.g. 2007: born in 1990, 1991 or 1992).