For athletes who are eligible to represent the Isle of Man, below are the standards for consideration to be selected as part of the IOM athletics team for Trinidad & Tobago 2023 (please check eligibility by visiting the CGA website http://www.thecgf.com/about/constitution.pdf article 25.)
|Trinbago 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games – 4-11 August 2023 – Consideration Standards|
|100 metres||11.2 sec||12.3 sec|
|200 metres||22.6 sec||25.4 sec|
|400 metres||51.2 sec||58.5 sec|
|800 metres||1 min 57.0 sec||2 min 15.5 sec|
|1500 metres||4 min 06.0 sec||4 min 39.3 sec|
|3000 metres||8 min 51.0 sec||10 min 07.0 sec|
|Sprint Hurdles||14.5 sec (110mH)||14.4 sec (100mH)|
|400 metres Hurdles||55.9 sec||61.8 sec|
|High Jump||1.90 metres||1.65 metres|
|Long Jump||6.30 metres||5.35 metres|
|Javelin||52.95 metres (700g)||38.20 metres (500g)|
|Discus||41.00 metres (1.5k)||35.80 metres (1kg)|
|Shot||13.60 metres (5k)||11.60 metres (3k)|
Performances during 2023 and the very early part of the 2024 track and field season will count for consideration. 16 April 2023 will be the final date to achieve the standards.
Achieving these standards does not automatically guarantee nomination or selection: competitive record and proof of fitness will be equally important.
Athletes selected must have been born in 2006 and 2007 (Age 16 or 17 in year of competition -1st January – 31st December).
Legal wind readings required for sprints up to 200m / sprint hurdles and jumps events.
Please keep Steve Partingtion, Athletics Head of Performance informed if you are close to or have reached a standard.