- 1 What does qR mean track and field?
- 2 What does NM mean in track and field?
- 3 How do you qualify for World Masters Athletics?
- 4 What does CB mean in track and field?
- 5 What does C mean in track times?
- 6 What does H mean in track?
- 7 What is the full form of Sbsb in sports?
- 8 What does NH mean in text?
- 9 What is master runner?
- 10 What is AR in athletics?
- 11 What does PR stand for in running?
What does qR mean track and field?
qR. Advanced to next round by Referee. qJ.
What does NM mean in track and field?
r = athlete retired from competition. NH = No height. NM = No mark.
How do you qualify for World Masters Athletics?
There are no qualifying performance standards for the World Masters. From elite competitors to recreational athletes, everyone is welcome. To register you must be a member of your National Affiliate (WMA Member country), i.e. Canadian Masters Athletics, USATF Masters, British Masters Athletic Federation etc …
What does CB mean in track and field?
2. CB. Center Back + 3 variants. Garment, Football, Soccer.
What does C mean in track times?
Timing Methods c— Converted time.
What does H mean in track?
When you hand enter a time you will see an uppercase H following the time next to the distance designator. This is informational only and denotes that this is a hand entered time.
What is the full form of Sbsb in sports?
SBSB — Super Bowl Sports Betting.
What does NH mean in text?
nh means ” nice hand ”
What is master runner?
A Masters Runner is a runner, male or female, over the age of 40. You may have also heard the term Veteran Runner. This is a term akin to the Master Runner but just less used these days.
What is AR in athletics?
Athletes may use the services of an Athletes’ Representative (AR) to assist them in the negotiation of their athletics programme and in such other matters as they may agree.
What does PR stand for in running?
A personal record or personal best (frequently abbreviated to PR or PB) is an individual’s best performance in a given sporting discipline. It is most commonly found in athletic sports, such as track and field, other forms of running, swimming and weightlifting.