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June 08, 2022 10:30 AM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)

A year long Track & Field bragging rights, along with the first hold of the Franz Manderson Civil Service Track & Field Championships Trophy, are on the line when Teams representing the Royal Cayman Island Police Service, Her Majesty’s Prison Services, the Cayman Islands Fire Service, The Cayman Islands Regiment, and the Education & Sports Departments square off at the Truman Bodden Stadium this Saturday, starting at 3:00pm. Unfortunately, there will be no representation from the Customs and Border Control Services and the General Registry.

The teams will compete in both Male and Female Divisions on the track in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500, 4x100m and 4x400m events. In addition, there will be mixed sex 4x100 and 4x400m events.

The Field events in both Male and Female Divisions will be in the Long Jump and Shot-Put categories, while there will a mixed sex Tug of War Competition.

With the non-participation of the General Registry and Customs and Border Control Teams the rules of competition have been amended to:

  • 3 athletes per team per individual track events. The winner of each heat will advance to the Final plus the athletes with the next six best times.
  • The Relays are an all-Finals event.
  • Person competing in the Mixed Relays cannot compete in the Straight sex Relays.
  • Mixed Event Relay Teams will consist of 2 Females and 2 Males and can run in whatever Order the Team Deems fit.
  • The Tug of War Teams will consist of 3 Males and 3 Females and will now be contested on a round robin basis in the first round with the fifth placed team being knocked out of the competition and the remaining four going on to a knock-out round, where the winners will battle for the gold and silver medals and the losers with battle for the bronze medal.
  • 2 athletes per team per individual field events, where each athlete will have three attempts during the competition.
  • Points in the individual events are 8,7,6,5,4, from 1st to 5th and in the Relay and Tug of War events are 16,14,12,10,8.

The Meet is the first to involve primarily adult athletes and is part of the Association’s drive to broaden the depth of the sport and to scout talent for International competition.

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