Hampshire Athletics
Track & Field Championships
Saturday 11/Sunday 12 May 2019
including Hampshire Athletics Walk Championships - Monday 6 May

Entries are now open for this year's Track & Field Championships, which will take place at the Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 May.

Closing dates

Online entry will close on Friday 26 April at 23:59.

Postal entries must be received by Friday 26 April.

Entries will only be accepted after 26 April in exceptional circumstances.

Enter onlineEnter the Track & Field Championships online.

Please note:

We regret that no guest entries will be accepted.
No entries will be accepted on either day of the Championships.

2000m and 3000m Walk

Please note that the Walks have been transferred to Monday 6 May when they will take place on the same day as the Multi-Events and QuadKids Championships. They will be held as part of an Open event which walkers from other counties can enter and hopefully this will provide better competition for Hampshire athletes. In addition, the distances for both Under 15 Boys (previously 3000m) and Under 15 Girls (previously 2500m) have been reduced to 2000m.

100m and 200m for Ambulant Disabled athletes

In addition to the Walks, 100 and 200 metre sprints for Ambulant Disabled athletes have been scheduled for Monday 6 May when, subject to demand, they will be arranged during the afternoon between 13:30 and 15:00.

Entry can be made online, or by postal entry if preferred.

Provisional Timetables

For the majority of events, the provisional track and field timetables are similar to last year's timetable. As usual there will be some alterations to timings in the finalised timetables depending on the numbers of entries received, whether heats are required and how many heats are needed.

Senior Men Senior Women
Under 20 Men Under 20 Women
Under 17 Men Under 17 Women
Under 15 Boys Under 15 Girls
Under 13 Boys Under 13 Girls

The starting heights for High Jump and Pole Vault are shown for each age group. Subsequent progression will be 5cm for High Jump and 10cm for Pole Vault.

Note: The finalised timetable will be published here one week before the championship. It will also be sent to competitors by email if you have given your email address on your entry form.
No copies of the timetable will be sent out by post.

Entry form

You can download and print the entry form for the championships here:
download entry form as a Word document
download entry form as a PDF (You may need to download Acrobat Reader to view this file.)

Enter onlineYou can also enter the Track & Field Championships online.

Athlete registration

At the start of April 2016, new UKA Rules for Competition came into effect which included important changes regarding compulsory athlete registration in competitions held under UKA Rules (these rules apply in competitions for the Under 13 Age Group and above).

It will be all the more important athletes check that their registration with England Athletics is renewed for the 2019-20 season.

It is therefore important that competing athletes ensure they are up to date with payment of their club subscriptions and that, when due, their 'club subs' are renewed promptly so that their England Athletics athlete registration fee can be paid.

So far as the Track & Field Championships are concerned, the registrations of all athletes entering the Championships will be checked. It will be helpful and save time if you can specify your England Athletics registration number on your entry form, but this is not essential - your entry will be checked anyway.

You will be informed if you aren't registered or your registration is out of date, in which case please ensure that you are correctly registered before the championships.

PLEASE NOTE: As it is not possible for an individual to register with England Athletics other than through an affiliated club, no unattached athletes can be accepted in the Championships. However, we can accept entries from unattached athletes studying at schools and colleges which are affiliated to Hampshire Schools' AA - please write the name of your school or college in the Club box instead.

Instructions on entry

  1. First check that you are qualified to compete in the Hampshire Championships:
    • You must have been born in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight or the Channel Islands, or
    • You must have been resident continuously or in H.M. Forces service in these areas for at least nine months prior to the championships.

    • You must not have competed for another county or in another county's championships during the current competition year.
    Please note that the Women's Steeplechase is no longer an Open event.

    All athletes must be registered with England Athletics (see additional information above).
  2. Please remember that when competing, club or approved representative vests must be worn. For health and safety reasons, headphones must not be worn in the arena.
  3. Download the entry form using one of the links above.
  4. Fill in your name, date of birth, club, address and telephone number. Use the following table to check your age group:
    Age Group Must be born between (inclusive)
    Male Female
    U13B U13G 1st September 2006 - 31st August 2008
    U15B U15G 1st September 2004 - 31st August 2006
    U17M U17W 1st September 2002 - 31st August 2004
    U20M U20W 1st January 2000 - 31st August 2002
    SM SW on or before 31st December 1999

    NOTE: Athletes may only enter in one age group throughout the championships.
  5. Look at the appropriate timetable of events to find the event number for your age group. Please note that all times shown are provisional and are to help you plan entries. The actual times (but not the day) may be changed depending on entries received. For example, if fewer than eight entries are received for any track event, no heats will be required and the timetable may be adjusted accordingly.
  6. Select the events you wish to enter, and write the code number and name of each event and your best performances in the spaces provided on the form. Please note that under UKA Rules, Under 13, Under 15 and Under 17 athletes must not compete in more than three events on any one day. For Under 20 athletes the maximum is five. There is no limit for senior athletes.
  7. Entry fees:
    The entry fees are unchanged for the third successive year:
    One event: 10
    Two events: 14
    Three events: 18
    Additional events: 4 each
    Make cheques payable to Hampshire Athletics
  8. Send your entry form and total entry fee to:
    Richard Dean
    Flat 4 Hazeldene
    2 York Road
    BH18 8ET
    to arrive no later than Friday 26 April.


Championship Secretary