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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Declaring performances in other states or competitions

Declaring performances in other states or competitions

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Ribera

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A reminder to runners intending to run in the VAL, please declare all performances outside of the VAL. Particularly wins and personal bests.
The onus is on the athlete and not the handicapper to declare these performances. The handicappers have a tough enough job with tight deadlines to get handicaps published each week.

I feel the next indiscretion will be an instant disqualification.

DizzyRunner


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Sounds like Ribera knows something the rest of us don't.
Please don't tell us that someone won a sash at Ballarat but had undeclared performances.

This can't be the case cos there were no DQs in the steward's report.

[Edited: Bendigo corrected to Ballarat]



Last edited by DizzyRunner on Wed Feb 07, 2018 12:55 pm; edited 1 time in total

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