Track and Field   Aaron Stroda
History• The sport has its root in prehistory and was  part of the first Olympics in 776BC
Playing Surface• Track/Run-Up(Mondo)• Throwing Ring(Concrete)
Attire• Runners, spikes, throwing shoes• Spandex, breathable clothing, shorts in  summer
Equipment• Runners, spikes, throwing shoes• Discus, shot-put, javelin, hammer
Discus Technique and Safety• Begin with the standing throw and then  progress into the full turn.• Throw out of a throwing...
Rules• One can enter the ring from any position  desired.• One must leave the ring through the back half  with control aft...
Type of Athletes• Success, and goal oriented, high achieving  individuals.• Positive outlook on life.• Self motivated.• Ca...
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  1. 1. Track and Field Aaron Stroda
  2. 2. History• The sport has its root in prehistory and was part of the first Olympics in 776BC
  3. 3. Playing Surface• Track/Run-Up(Mondo)• Throwing Ring(Concrete)
  4. 4. Attire• Runners, spikes, throwing shoes• Spandex, breathable clothing, shorts in summer
  5. 5. Equipment• Runners, spikes, throwing shoes• Discus, shot-put, javelin, hammer
  6. 6. Discus Technique and Safety• Begin with the standing throw and then progress into the full turn.• Throw out of a throwing cage if possible to reduce possibility injuring others.
  7. 7. Rules• One can enter the ring from any position desired.• One must leave the ring through the back half with control after the implement has landed.• Throw far.
  8. 8. Type of Athletes• Success, and goal oriented, high achieving individuals.• Positive outlook on life.• Self motivated.• Calm and easy under pressure.
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