NFHS Track & Field Rules Book Pages 1 - 50 - Text Version | FlipHTML5Here is what you need to know. These are not permanent votes. If you feel strongly about a certain issue, contact your committee member to discuss the topic. The hottest topic of the weekend was to remove the 4xm relay prelims at the state finals, so that it would just be ran as a timed final. The vote from the estimated people in attendance was 70 in favor of the timed final to 2 in favor of the prelim and final, according to FACA chair, Dan Dearing. The other offered solution for the 4xm relay was to combine the 24 teams and race them in 2 heats and use a waterfall start. This would mean no blocks and would look like the start of the current m final at the state meet.
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NFHS has released the track and field rules changes and rationales. Places the responsibility of providing liquids during competition on the games committee, not the individual coaches. Rationale: The games committee should have responsibility for providing liquids during the race and not leave up to each coach. The signal at the beginning of the last lap in individual races now occurs in race distances of two laps or more. Rationale: Signifying with a bell with one lap remaining in the alerts timers, place judges and FAT operators on notice, builds excitement for spectators and is a positive signal for the competitors.
High school coaches, officials and administrators who have knowledge and experience regarding this particular sport and age group volunteer their time to serve on the rules committee. Member associations of the NFHS independently make decisions regarding compliance with or modification of these playing rules for the student-athletes in their respective states. NFHS rules are used by education-based and non-education-based organizations serving children of varying skill levels who are of high school age and younger. In order to make NFHS rules skill-level and age-level appropriate, the rules may be modified by any orga- nization that chooses to use them. Except as may be specifically noted in this rules book, the NFHS makes no recommendation about the nature or extent of the modifications that may be appropriate for children who are younger or less skilled than high school varsity athletes. Every individual using these rules is responsible for prudent judgment with respect to each contest, athlete and facility, and each athlete is responsible for exercising caution and good sportsmanship. These rules should be interpreted and applied so as to make reasonable accommodations for disabled athletes, coaches and officials.