Glynis Nunn Shield
19 Dec 20 - 20 Dec 20
Location: Qld Sports & Athletics Centre
Please read the following information carefully:
The Glynis Nunn Shield is a part of the 2020 QLD Club Challenge. For the Club Challenge rules, click here.
The Glynis Nunn Shield celebrates the achievemnts of the first ever Olympics Heptathlon champion, Glynis Nunn. At the 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games, Nunn took gold in front of her home crowd, putting her in prime position to be a medal chance at the 1984 Olympics. A close competition left the results down to the 800m, but after and epic perfromance, Nunn came out the victor by five points over local favourite Jackie Joyner. Nunn went on to finish fifth at the '84 Games in the 100m hurdles and later a bronze in the same event at the 1986 Commonwealth Games
A full list of Queensland competition rules are available on the Queensland Athletics website here. All athletes MUST familiarise themselves with these rules before submitting their entry.
For all hurdles, steeplechase and throwing events, athletes will be entered into their relevant age specifications for that event. If an athlete would like to compete in a different age group with different specifications, please contact Qld Athletics after entering. Specifications can be found here.
Close of Entries
Entries close at midday Thursday 17th December. After this time the online entry system will automatically cease operation.
Event Start Lists
Event start lists will be available on the Queensland Athletics website by the afternoon on Friday 18th December. Athletes MUST inform staff on the day of the competition if there have been any errors with their entry or if they wish to withdraw from any events.
The minimum age for this competition is 11 years (born 2009 & turning 12 in 2021)