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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few of the more commonly asked questions when children and parents consider joining Little Athletics for the first time.

It is by no means a definitive guide, but enough to give you an idea on what to expect. More details can be gained from our experienced committee members, coaches and the little green handbook handed out at registration time. Don't forget you can always email us at:
Frequently Asked Questions

When can I join?

We will hold three registration days prior to the start of the season, one day on each of the last three weekends in August. This allows us to have the bulk of athletes to be registered before the first Friday night, which in turn gives us the opportunity to get the athletes onto the track and participating straight away. You can also register on any Friday night competition during the season,

How do I know if my child will like it?

I suppose like any child they don't know until they try it, often parents are unsure as well. So as a result we allow children to 'trial' over a couple of weeks they can then make the decision and you can register etc after that. More information on this can be obtained from the registrar and or the championships officer at registrations or on Friday night.

When does the season run?

As mentioned previously the season runs from the second Friday night in September through to mid March the following year, with a small break for Christmas

What level do they have to be at?

It's all about the child going out and having a go, enjoy themselves, and keeping fit. If they do not want to do an event then they don't have to, however they are always encouraged to try and achieve their personal best

What events do they do?

This is really dependant on their age. Tiny tots normally participate in games and exercises to improve their motor skills leading up to the older age groups participating in maximum events including throwing a javelin. Some of the events are introduced at an appropriate age group that is commensurate with the child's development and growth. They can create their own little diary on the web! it out! sure to read their privacy policy