Q: How are clubs separated if both clubs finish the season on the same amount of points?
A: The new ICL system is designed to create a level playing field between large and small clubs, and to encourage participation by awarding points for both racing and finishing any distance at a Triathlon event. The MVP award is given to the athlete who accumulates the most performance points throughout the season, regardless of region or age group.
Q: Who built some of the older Woodies?
A: The Cape Cod Shipbuilding Co., O'Day, Stokes, Holby, Menkart, Vanguard, Guck, Inc., and Karls Boat Shop are the major builders of InterClubs. Many of these boats have issues with transverse cracks in the gunwhale, mast step cracking, and CB pin hole damage on the trunk, but overall they are solid boats. Guck InterClubs are considered to be the best in terms of quality, but they are
Q: What are the system requirements for PhotoComp Manager?
A: PhotoComp Manager is a software suite that helps you run photo competitions. It includes tools for managing entries, displaying images, and scoring competitions. The system requirements are Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and Internet Explorer 5.0 or later. You can use PhotoComp Manager on a Mac if you have Windows installed using Bootcamp, Parallels, or similar software.
Q: How are funds raised for the organization?
A: The First Tee of Greater Austin is a non-profit organization that provides educational programs to young people that teach character development, life skills, and healthy habits through the game of golf. The program is open to anyone aged 5-17, regardless of previous golf knowledge or experience. There is a nominal fee to participate, and scholarships are available to those who cannot afford the fee.
Q: How do I know what events are on?
A: Check the Event & Entries Page on the website for up and coming Senior Events.
-Or check out the Children's & General Athletics Otago Facebook Pages.
FAQ REGARDING GOLF, PHYSIE, AND COMPETITIONS.
Q: What is the cost?
A: The Championship is open to any team of four men who are members of a club that is affiliated with the USGA. There is a $150 entry fee per team. The home team is responsible for greens fees and cart fees (not to exceed $30).
Q: What if I don’t complete a hole, how do I figure out my score?
A: The Interclub matches are played on Thursdays, generally in the afternoon. However, if both Team Captains agree, the match can occur any day or time prior to the scheduled match day. If teams cannot agree on an alternative date, the match should be played on the scheduled Thursday.
Q: What is it like to play competitively in Match Play?
A: Interested members of LCC should apply to Dottie Rodrick to join the competitive InterClub team. There is a yearly dues per player of $10, and team members can expect to play one match each season. The team selection is based on a player's current golf success rate and availability. Good sportsmanship is expected.
Q: What is funding?
A: Funding is a great resource for all! It allows you to get financial aid from the available supporters to assist with the high cost of gymnastics, and for homeschool Physical education.
Q: What is Physie?
A: Whitehorse Physie is a dance and sport activity for girls of all ages. It teaches a new syllabus each year with different styles of dance, such as modern, jazz, ballet, contemporary and hip hop. Music is selected by BJP and is current and popular. The activity promotes self-confidence, flexibility, coordination, rhythm and teamwork.
Q: What is Champion Girl?
A: Girls dance in groups, with a teacher, in leotards and no makeup.
Q: What is teams?
A: teams are a lot of fun and you should join one!
What do I need to do to be part of a team?
You need to be a member of the club and attend weekly classes to learn the team dance. If you are already a club member, you just need to let your teacher know you are interested in being part of a team.
How much does it cost?
The team entry fee is $50 per girl. The team leotard
Q: What is Zone?
A: Physie girls from all clubs in the Zone do their routines together.
Q: What is Interclub?
A: Interclubs are friendly competitions between different clubs from different zones. They are an optional weekend away and can be a lot of fun for mums and daughters and the occasional dad. Girls wear their bright coloured leotard for this competition.
Q: What is Club Day?
A: Club Day is our own Whitehorse Physie day where the girls from each age group perform the syllabus they learn in class.
Q: Who can earn points?
A: No, you don't need to register for the ICLs. Simply being a financial, competing member of both Triathlon Australia and Triathlon NSW is enough.
Q: Where can I get a leotard?
A: The Club keeps a small stock of new BJP leotards, which are usually available on Wednesday at Sportlink. Second-hand leotards sold on behalf of club members are also available in the Leotard Box.
Q: Where and when are competitions held?
A: The competition dates for the Junior Champion Girls 5-14 years and Novice Ladies are likely to be at Melbourne Zone, possibly in October.
Q: Where is the track located?
A: The Caledonian track is located at 50 Logan Park Drive, Dunedin North. Entrance is off Anzac Ave (by Forsyth Barr Stadium) down Logan Park Drive which is one way. There are multiple places to park but being a one way street you may have to do a couple of loops finding your perfect spot!