When is it
Masters Grand Prix is back at the English Institute of Sport for a whole afternoon of Indoor track and field action on Saturday 8th February 2020, starting at 1:15pm.
This event is a month before the European Masters Indoors in Braga, Portugal on 15th March. So could be a perfect tune-up event. (https://www.emaci2020braga.com/index_en.html)
Who can enter
This event is open to ANYONE 35 years or older (on 8th Feb) regardless of whether they are in a club or not.
See the post about how inclusive we want to these events: https://www.mastersgrandprix.co.uk/what-is-masters-athletics/
We want people to come down and try these events regardless of ability. Just come and have some fun.
See the write up of our previous indoor meeting: https://www.mastersgrandprix.co.uk/sheffield-feb-2019/
We have created a Facebook event. It would be really useful you could share this with your friends, fellow athletes and within your clubs.
What will it cost
Entry will cost £8 for the first event and £4 for each subsequent event.
There will also be a Tri-event competition at £15 per athlete.
Can the family come and watch
Yes, there are hundreds of seats for spectators and they can come along for free. There is a small cafe within EIS as well as a few vending machines for snacks etc.
Will my results be on Power of 10?
Yes, this is a fully sanctioned track meeting with UK Athletics and is electronically timed. All results will be submitted to Power of 10 afterwards.
Here are links to photos taken at the event.
How to enter
Entries are now open at http://www.race-results.co.uk/onlineentries/user/login.php?raceid=3773
Deadline for online entry is Saturday 1st February 2020.
Once entered you will collect your numbers on the day.
If you’re a high tech whizz kid you can also enter by scanning this QR code.
You can view the current list of entrants via the race results website.
Where is the meeting held
There is free parking around the arena and also across the road in the Ice Sheffield car park.
It is also just a few minutes walk from the Ice Sheffield tram stop on the yellow route if coming by Supertram.
- 60m (two rounds)
- 400m Hurdles
- Short Hurdles (maximum two races)
- Pole Vault
- Long Jump
- High Jump
- Shot Put
The Tri-Event competition consists of
- Long Jump
- Shot Put
There may also be the possibility of a 4 x 200m relay if enough interest on the day
- 1315 – 60m Round 1
- 1345 – 1500m
- 1400 – Short Hurdles
- 1430 – 60m Round 2
- 1500 – 400m Hurdles
- 1530 – 200m
- 1600 – 800m
- 1630 – 400m
- 1315 – Pole Vault
- 1315:- Shot Put Round 1
- 1330 – Long jump
- 1445 – High Jump
- 1515 – Shot Put Round 2
- 1315 – 60m
- 1330 – Long Jump
- 1445 – Shot Put Round 2
Get in touch
If you have any questions please drop us a message via the contact from.