Track & Field News

CGA Kicking off the 2017 Track and Field season

Firstly, we would like to  wish all Track and Field athletes and CGA members a prosperous New Year.

Central Gauteng Athletics will be kicking off the 2017 Track and Field season on the 14 January 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 year.

Athletes will be looking at building up towards their selection for the different Championships to represent the province at the South Africa championships and South Africa at various International championships such as the 2017 World Championships to be held in London later this year.

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. The ultimate plan is to have the results available on the day of the competition.

Herewith please find the attached 2017 Track and Field season calendar, Pre-Entry Form and Full Day programme for the 14 January 2017. 
Once again we wish you all the best for the athletics year.

Kind regards
CGA Track and Field Commission

CGA Kicking starting the 2016/2017 Track and Field season

Central Gauteng Athletics will be kicking off the 2016/17 Track and Field season on the 17 September 2016 at Germiston Stadium. The season’s return which has been eagerly awaited by athletes and coaches who are seen yearly growing towards excellence in their performances.
 
After a great 2015/16 season at the beginning of the year, which saw a number of our athletes representing the province at national and international competitions, we are looking forward to seeing more short distance athletes do their best and those in middle and long distance excelling. We anticipate a very competitive season especially after impressive performances displayed at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games last month. Track and Field Commission is ready to fire the gun and get the season started.
 
Herewith please find the attached 2016/17 Track and Field season calendar and full day programme for the 17 September 2016. 

CGA Women in Sports Seminar

Building up to Women’s month, Central Gauteng Athletics extend an invite to all athletics ladies and women in sports to be part of the annual Women in Sports Seminar which will be held at Protea Hotel (Parktonian) in Braamfontein on Saturday, 6 August 2016. The seminar programme will commence at 08h30 with the energetic Thandy Matlaila as host for the day.

The seminar is aimed at bringing women who are in the sports industry together, be it administratively or on the field to share experiences and how to improve the participation of women in sports. This will be the second time CGA host this seminar and based on last year’s response, more of these events are needed to empower and encourage women involvement in the sports industry.

The program is set to tackle day to day challenges faced by women in sports, topics on the day will include the following;

  • Performance of women in sports (Administration and on the field)
  • Life skills (How to balance work, family, sports, etc.)
  • Women Health Matters
  • Important of Education in sports
  • Women in sports building themselves as brands
  • Opportunities in sports

With women from different walks of sporting life sharing their experiences and how to grow themselves in an industry that is traditionally known to be dominantly a male’s industry.

Those interested to attend the seminar may simply RSVP before 03 August 2016 via email or calling CGA office at 011 873 2726.
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