Posts Tagged ‘Atheletics’
Well…time passed and things changed. There were only dreams and dreams for performance. Things went accordingly until sometime. Sigh of relief I expected not was in my way, but it is indeed a relief.
I don’t think someone was expecting to meet me there in Belgrade after reading my last post. 😛 Sure, its bad news if someone was. I’m not coming there folks. I withdrew my participation from the SL Universiade team along with my batch mate swimmer.
It was pretty clear that Belgrade 2009 would be a damn sorrow when the results come because on the other hand its a must to have a good (rather better) GPA. Huh!
But some where over the rainbow, there would be another POV for me. “It should be noted that my POV is changing fast these days”, Einstein appears a lot on my desktop along with Charles Darwin.
“Inspiration”, it is called.
Its only today I decided to write a book, actually it’ll go by my gmail address, but a cracked version.
For the goals for future, the world athletics governing body IAAF has introduced a scholarship in three categories. This article is on the B-Project which is an idea of the IAAF president Lamine Diack.
IAAF ‘B’ Standard Project
President Lamine Diack has set the goal for the IAAF that at least one athlete of each Member Federation be capable of achieving the ‘B’ Qualification Standard for the World Championships in Athletics or the Olympic Games.
This is an ambitious objective considering the level of the performances to be achieved and the fact that nearly half of the IAAF Member Federations have not yet achieved this level.
Athletes deemed to have a chance to achieve the ‘B’ Standard in an event will be offered one of 3 programmes:
· Short Term programme – Those who are close to the set ‘B’ Standard objective could participate in short term preparation, usually accompanied by their personal coach (3 months duration).
· Medium Term programme – Designed for athletes who have the potential to achieve the ‘B’ Standard with one year of specific preparation (one year duration).
· Long Term programme – Athletes currently under the age of 23 who obviously need longer time to achieve the ‘B’ Standard will be offered this programme (two, or more, years duration).
In all three programmes, the IAAF will ensure access to adequate facilities, coaching and competition.
You will find in the right hand side column a
Please Note: Individual athletes, coaches or other interested parties should contact their National Federation for further information. Only IAAF Member Federations may make application for an athlete and National Federations will submit an application for those athletes who are deemed eligible.
Should you need any further information related to this project please contact, in the first instance, your National Federation. Then, if needed:
IAAF Member Services Department
17 rue Princesse Florestine
For a more detailed description of the ‘B’ Standard Project, including Entry Standards and Application Form please click
Source : iaaf.org