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IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics - Moscow, Russia - 10/12 March 2006

IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics
Moscow, Russia 10/12 March 2006
Entry Standards - Men


EventIndoorOutdoor
60 Metres6.7010.20 (100m)
400 Metres47.1045.50
800 Metres1:48.501:46.00
1500 Metres3:43.00
or 4:00.00 (Mile)
3:35.00
or 3:52.00 (Mile)
3000 Metres7:54.007:44.00
or 13:19.00 (5000m)
60 Metres Hurdles7.7513.55 (110mH)
4x400 Metres RelayNo StandardNo Standard
High Jump2.28m-
Pole Vault5.65m-
Long Jump8.10m-
Triple Jump16.80m-
Shot Put20.05m-

IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics
Moscow, Russia 10/12 March 2006
Entry Standards - Women

EventIndoorOutdoor
60 Metres7.3711.25 (100m)
400 Metres53.5051.00
800 Metres2:04.002:00.00
1500 Metres4:16.00
or 4:33.00 (Mile)
4:05.00
or 4:23.00 (Mile)
3000 Metres9:05.008:40.00
or 15:05.00 (5000m)
60 Metres Hurdles8.1512.95 (100mH)
4x400 Metres RelayNo standardNo standard
High Jump1.92m-
Pole Vault4.40m-
Long Jump6.65m-
Triple Jump14.10m-
Shot Put18.00m-

Entry Rules

  • Each Member is entitled to enter up to three competitors in each event of the Championships, provided all have achieved the corresponding entry standard, but only two will be permitted to compete.

  • For the Combined Events, eight (8) athletes will be invited by the IAAF: the top 4 athletes in the 2006 Indoor Lists (as at February 20th 2006) and the top 4 athletes in the 2005 Outdoor Lists. Upon refusals or cancellations, the invitation shall be extended to the next ranked athletes in the same list.

  • Members who have no male and/or no female qualified athletes whom they wish to enter in any event may enter one unqualified male athlete and/or one unqualified female athlete in one event except the Combined Events.

  • The acceptance of unqualified entries in the Field Events is at the discretion of the Technical Delegates.

Conditions

  1. Performances must be achieved during the qualification period of 1 January 2005 to 27 February 2006 (midnight Monaco time) except for the Combined Events.

  2. Performances must be achieved during competitions organised or authorised by the IAAF, its Area Associations or its National Member Federations. Thus, results achieved at university or school competitions must be certified by the National Federation of the country in which the competition was organised.

  3. Performances must be achieved during an official competition organised in conformity with IAAF Rules.

  4. Performances achieved in mixed events between male and female participants, held completely in the Stadium, will not be accepted (see IAAF Rule 147).

  5. Wind-assisted performances will not be accepted

  6. Hand-timed performances in 60m, 100m, 400m, 60m Hurdles, and 100m/110m Hurdles will not be accepted.