Track & Field News

CGA Kicking off the 2017/18 Track and Field season

Central Gauteng Athletics will be kicking off the 2017/18 Track and Field season on the 30 September 2017 at Germiston Stadium.

The season’s return which has been eagerly awaited by athletes and coaches who are seen yearly delivering exceptional performances. The meeting will be following a full day programme that will allow track and field athletes of all ages to participate. We are looking forward to a great turn out in numbers, seeing that it is the first track and field event of the season.

In order to improve the standard of producing results we will be introducing the pre entry system. We therefore request clubs and coaches to support this initiative by ensuring that athletes pre-enter at least 2 days before the competition.

Herewith please find the attached 2017/18 Track and Field season calendar, Pre-Entry Form and Full Day programme for the 30 September 2017.

Best Wishes for CGA Runners at Comrades Marathon 2017

On behalf of Central Gauteng Athletics Management and Staff, we would like to wish all CGA Runners taking part at 2017 Comrades Marathon all the best.  Through the partnership with MTN Foundation, CGA powered by MTN Foundation will be having a stand at Comrades Marathon Expo.

Please visit the stand and be part of CGA Support Project.

CGA Youth and Junior Championships 2017

Central Gauteng Athletics Track and Field Commission would be hosting the 2017 CGA Youth and Junior Championships this weekend, Saturday 4 March 2017 at Germiston Stadium.
Central Gauteng Athletics has partnered with JM Busha Investment Group, an investment company based in Hyde park- Johannesburg for a 3 year term.  The group has sponsored a total of R 200 000 towards the 2017 Track and Field season. The funds will assist towards ensuring that the standard of our track and field are improved and assist towards transport provision for the disadvantaged areas amongst other technical aspects. These are great news for the development discipline of Track and Field and we hope that this partnership will go a long way in assisting the province to produce world class track and field athletes building up to 2020 Olympic Games and 2022 Commonwealth Games.
 
CGA Board and Track and Field commission welcomed the partnership which will indeed assist the commission in delivering a high standard of competition to the athletes.
The season has produced exceptional performances building up to towards the selection for the different Championships to represent the province at the South African championships and also a chance to represent South Africa at various International championships such as the 2017 World Championships to be held in London later this year.
 

This age category will be competing at this final trials for a chance to be selected to represent the province at the 2017 National Track and Field Youth and Junior Championships (under 18 and 20) which will be held on the 7-8 April in Cape Town. There will be no sub-youth (under 15) age category this weekend and at the Provincial Championships which will be held on the 4 March 2017 and National Youth and Junior Championships in April 2017. The commission is in discussion with the Inter-Provincial committee to consider this age group during the Inter- Provincial Championships to be held in November 2017.

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