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Author Topic: Wednesday Night Flights 2016--through 8/17/16  (Read 1704 times)
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« on: June 29, 2016, 04:56:26 am »

Two more weeks!!!
Weather permitting, we are a GO for meets 8/10/16 and 8/17/16



Wednesday Night Flights at Armstrong
What:Full Service Pole Vault Competitions
Where:Armstrong High School
When: Wednesdays June 29th through July 27th August 17th
--The pit opens at 3:30pm, for warm-ups
--The pit closes no later than 8pm, mosquito's are too thick after that
--All meets are pending the weather--A final call on bad weather will be made no later than 3pm meet day and posted here

What do you have to do?:
1) Check the weather and decide if it looks good enough to jump
2) Check this Post to make sure the meet has not been canceled--please don't call, the meet is a GO unless we post it here that it is cancelled
3) bring $15 cash (entry fee)
4) bring your own water, food, sunscreen, bug-spray, etc.
5) bring your own poles if you want

What is provided: is a full service meet
1) You may use our full line of poles
--you agree to purchase any poles you damage
2) We will have paid workers running the meet, placing crossbars, and adjusting standards
3) Any crossbar breakage is also covered by the entry fee

Heat-1
--the pit will open at 3:30pm for warm-ups
--initial bars start at 4:15pm
--all-Alive will be in effect; multiple heights will be active at any one time
--each vaulter gets a single 4th attempt (Mulligan)

Heat-2 (for late arrivals)
--warm-ups begin at the conclusion of Heat-1
--warm-ups will be 2 min per person or 20min (which ever is greater)
--all-Alive will be in effect; multiple heights will be active at any one time
--each vaulter gets a single 4th attempt (Mulligan)


Other features
1) Coaches are welcome, with or without athletes
2) Coaches are welcome to coach their athletes and use the Flight Deck poles

One more thing:
We usually go out for pizza afterward--all are welcome
« Last Edit: August 07, 2016, 08:30:27 am by Steve » Logged

Steve White
Men's Pole Vault Coach, University of Minnesota
(763) 458-2932
steve@flightdeckathletics.com
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