Timetable & information
The classification is based on experience up to and including 2021 and advice from athletes. If there are any uncertainties or if you have ideas about a better implementation of the timetable, we would like to hear from you. Comments can be sent to email@example.com.
Athletes must collect their start number (BIB) at least 45 minutes before the start of their first event.
The timetable 2022
|100/110m hurdles||women & men|
|200m||women & men|
|400m||women & men|
|400m hurdles||women & men|
|100m||women & men|
|Records & limits||women & men|
- We keep an eye on the wind all day and we determine the sprint or jumping direction during the preparations for these parts.
- At the 200m, the running direction is NOT adapted to the wind direction (start lines are not available for the other direction).
- All series classifications are based on incremental performance (1st series least fastest, last series fastest).
- In the technical parts, the best 8 participants have 3 extra attempts.
- In the 100m (men & women) there is an A and B final, these are classified on the basis of the times of the series.
- A-final: 1 to 8
- B-final: 9 to 16
- The maximum number of running events is determined at the accommodation with 8 sprint lanes and 8 circular lanes. Based on the wind direction, this can be adjusted to 9 sprint lanes.
- A maximum of 12 athletes per gender is allowed in the long jump, triple jump and high jump.
- A maximum of 10 athletes per gender is allowed in the pole vault.
- IPC athletes are always admitted to the event.