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Multiple NAPS lead to anything?

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1 Multiple NAPS lead to anything? on Wed Dec 13, 2017 5:19 pm

Baltimore Jack


How many NAPs can a runner get before he gets a handicap reduction or a suspension? A runner copped 3 NAPs in the first 3 meetings.
He had his first clean sheet at Northcote.
Or can a runner just keep racking up NAPs all year and nothing happens besides not getting a lift? is there a tipping point for stronger action?

2 Naps on Thu Dec 14, 2017 10:01 am

DDog


Well Baltimore there is a penalty for a nap. You don't get a tick and that is how you move out in your handicap. No ticks = no improved handicap.
Sore point with me at moment as I got a nap in the masters 100m at Northcote. Not many 100/120m Masters each season so hard to get a lift. Peeved because I went from a good lane to a soft lane. HRP didn't agree but did they run down those lanes. A lot of athletes that did commented on the difference.

3 Re: Multiple NAPS lead to anything? on Thu Dec 21, 2017 1:05 pm

Baltimore Jack


How did Jack Newman not get an NAP for losing time in the Ararat gift final? That is inconsistent with what happens to others who lose time. His run in the final should not have been acceptable.

4 Re: Multiple NAPS lead to anything? on Thu Dec 21, 2017 1:11 pm

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Acceptable range is a drop of up to .15 before an NAP, under that it is discretionary

5 Re: Multiple NAPS lead to anything? on Thu Dec 21, 2017 1:50 pm

Baltimore Jack


Phantom wrote:Acceptable range is a drop of up to .15 before an NAP, under that it is discretionary

Thanks Phantom.

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