Southland Track Championships 2022

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The 2022 Southland Track Championships will take place from 10 to 12 December 2021. Racing will take place across all categories, with riders participating in their 2022 age groups. However, 2021 licences will still be accepted.

This will be an Open championship, so although Southland titles can only be won by Southland-registered riders, riders from other centres are welcome to compete, making this an excellent opportunity to prepare for Nationals, especially for those Masters working towards competing in the Masters Track National Championships, to be held in Invercargill from 3 to 5 March 2022.

With the announcement that New Zealand will be under the traffic light system from 3 December, we have opened up entries to the event again, and an invitation to enter has gone out to all riders on the waiting list.

All persons over the age of 12 years and 3 months of age entering the venue will be required to show proof that they are fully vaccinated. This applies to riders, officials, coaches, spectators, and anyone else. Those under the age of 12 years and 3 months may be asked to show proof of age - a photo of an official document like a birth certificate, saved on a phone, should be sufficient.
Entry and exit will be through the main entrance of the venue only.

Event entry:
Entries have closed - the entry list can be viewed here.

Event Programme:
The event programme can be viewed here.

Open roll track session:
There will be an open roll session from 1pm to 3pm on Friday 10 December. This will also serve as a track certification session for riders who are new to an indoor velodrome. Cost for the session is $10 paid at the table in the infield.

Results:
Friday 10 December (U15 girls 500TT here)
Saturday 11 December (U19/Elite men's points race updated)
Sunday 12 December

Photos:
Friday 10 December
Saturday 11 December
Sunday 12 December

 

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