The athletics schedule, programs, and venues of the 26th Universiade to be held in 2011
1. Competition schedule
2. Competition programs
Total of 50 small projects, including 25 of Men’s:
100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1,500m, 5,000m, 10,000m, 20km Race Walking, 20km Race Walking Team, Half Marathon, Half Marathon Team, 110m hurdles, 400m hurdles, 3,000m Steeplechase, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Pole Vault, Shot Put, Discus Throw, Hammer Throw, Javelin; Decathlon
25 women's projects:
100m; 200m, 400m, 800m, 1,500m, 5,000m, 10,000m, 20km Race Walking, 20km Race Walking Team, Half Marathon, Half Marathon Team, 100m Hurdles,400m Hurdles, 3,000m Steeplechase, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Pole Vault, Shot Put, Discus Throw, Hammer Throw, Javelin, Heptathlon
3. Competition Venues:
Universiade Center Stadium, Longgang Marathon Road Course and Race Walking Road Course
4. Athletics introduction:
Athletics is composed of track events (including sprinter, distance running, relay race, hurdle race, obstacle race, road race), field events (including the long jump, high jump and throwing) and all-around competitions (including the men’s decathlon and women’s heptathlon).
5. Athletics watching etiquettes:
Any sport with a long history of carries their specific cultures. Athletics is no exception. When watching the competition, track and field fans would feel the beauty of athletics and charisma of a sporting life.
Track and Field is the largest project in the Universiade, the following is what you should pay attention to when watching:
(1) Take a seat in advance, not only to show respect to the athletes, but also not to affect other people watching the game.
(2) When the flag is raising and anthem is playing at the awarding ceremony, people should stand and keep quiet.
(3) When athletes appear, audience should give applause, not only to athletes from their own country and their favorite ones, but also to other athletes.
(4) When the athletes begin jumping or throwing, the audience shouldn’t walk around in the stands.
(5) In some long-distance events, such as the marathon, when some falling behind adhere to the finish line, the audience should as well give the most enthusiastic applause to them, for the sake of sports spirits.
(6) When the race ends, in order to thank the stadium owner, the winners would to around the track one more time. Everyone should give applause for their great performance.
(7) Take care of the stadium as well as other sports equipment. Don’t smoke inside the stadium. Please set the phone silent or into vibration status.