Track and Field Specifications

Track and Field Specifications by Governing Body

Length of Track

  • IAAF: The length of a standard running track shall be no less than 400 meters and no greater than 400.04 meters. It shall consist of two parallel straights and two bends whose radii shall be equal.
  • USATF: The nominal length of an outdoor track shall preferably be 400 meters. It shall consist of two straights and two turns.
  • NCAA: A 400 meter track is standard.
  • NFHS: A 400 meter track is standard. It shall consist of two straights and two curves. The radius of tracks may differ depending on the configuration for activities inside the oval and available space.


Width of Track

  • IAAF: Oval: at least 4 lanes.
    Straight: at least 6 lanes.
    International Competition:at least 8 lanes (Rule 1a, b & c)
    Safety: at least 1 meter on inside and 1 meter preferred to the outside of the track.
  • USATF: 8 lanes standard.
  • NCAA: Minimum width of 6.40 meters; 9 lanes of 1.067 meters desirable for larger meets.
  • NFHS: No minimum width.


Width of Lane

  • IAAF: 1.22m +/- 0.01.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF, under special conditions lane width can be decreased to as little as 91.3cm (36 in).
  • NCAA: Lanes shall be the same width. Recommended minimum width is 1.067 (+/- 0.01) meters (42 in). Maximum width to be 1.22 (+/- 0.01) meters (48 in).
  • NFHS: Standard lane width is 42 in (1.07m). Each lane is the same width

SPECIAL NOTE: The 5cm lane line on the right is included in the lane measurement


Radius Requirements

  • IAAF: Standard 400m track radius is 36.50m to the inside edge of the track (36.8m to measure line)
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: No recommendation.
  • NFHS: No recommendation.


Inclination

  • IAAF: Maximum lateral inclination shall not exceed 1:100 (1%). Lateral inclination shall be towards the inside lane. Inclination in the running direction shall not exceed 1:1000 (0.1%).
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF except inclination is preferably toward the inside.
  • NFHS: Maximum lateral inclination is 2:100 (2%). Inclination in the running direction is the same as IAAF.


Curb Dimensions

  • IAAF: Height: 5cm.
    Width: Minimum of 5cm, recommended maximum width 25cm.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF, except may be raised to 6.5cm to allow for drainage.
  • NCAA: Height: Approximately 5cm.
    Width: 5cm minimum.
  • NFHS: Height: 2 in (5cm).
    Width: No recommendation.


Curb Material

  • IAAF: Suitable material.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Suitable material. Edges shall be rounded.
  • NFHS: Solid curb. Edges shall be rounded.

SPECIAL NOTE: For World, American, Collegiate and NCAA championship meet records a regulation curb must be in place.


If No Curb

  • IAAF: Curb is mandatory.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: When a curb is not used, then a 5cm (2 in) white line denotes the inside lane marking.
  • NFHS: When a curb is not used, then a 2 in (5cm) or wider line denotes the inside lane marking.


Measurements

  • IAAF: Lane 1 is measured 30cm (0.984 ft.) outward from the curb. Remaining lanes are measured 20cm (0.656 ft.) outward from the left hand lane line.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Lane 1 is measured 30cm outward from the curb, or 20cm outward from the inside painted line if no curb is used. Remaining lanes are measured 20cm outward from the left hand lane line.
  • NFHS: Same as IAAF.


Finish Line Location

  • IAAF: General practice is to place the finish at the juncture of the straight and curve.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: A common finish line is recommended for all races.
  • NFHS: When a common finish line is used, it is recommended that the finish line be located at the point of the curve or within 20 meters of that point.


Start Line Locations

  • IAAF: In all races not run in lanes the start line shall be curved so that all runners start the same distance from the finish.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF. (Races start from alleys; the lines shall be curved).
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF. (Races start from boxes; the boxes shall be curved).
  • NFHS: Same as IAAF. Recommended that a dashed line of the same color and curvature be placed 1 meter behind the start line. Boxes also shall be curved.


Color of Lane Lines

  • IAAF: All lane lines as well as start and finish lines are to be white.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: All lane lines and finish lines shall be white. Start lines see NCAA Rule 1.1.4.
  • NFHS: Lane lines do not have a specified color. Finish lines are white. Start lines see NFHS Rule 5.2.4.


Steeplechase Course and Water Jump

  • IAAF: The standard distance shall be 2000m and 3000m. There shall be 28 hurdle jumps and 7 water jumps in the 3000m event. There shall be 18 hurdle jumps and 5 water jumps in the 2000m event. There shall be 5 jumps in each complete lap with the water jump as the 4th. The jumps shall be evenly distributed, so that the distance between the jumps shall be approximately 1/5 of the nominal length of the lap. In the 3000m event, the distance from the start to the beginning of the 1st lap shall not include any jumps, the hurdles being removed until the competitors have entered the 1st lap. In the 2000m event, the first jump is at the 3rd barrier of a normal lap. The previous hurdles are removed until the competitors have passed them for the first time. The hurdles shall be 0.914m (3 ft.) high for the men’s events and 0.762m (2 ft.- 6 in.) high for the women’s events (+/- 3mm for both). Width shall be at least 3.94m (approx. 13 ft.).RECOMMENDATION: 1st hurdle taken in the race should be at least 5m (16 ft.-5 in.) in width.Section of the top bar of the hurdles including the water jump shall be 12.7cm (5 in.) square. The top bars should be painted with white and black stripes, or with other distinctive contrasting colors, such that the lighter stripes, which should be at least 22.5cm wide, are on the outside. The weight of each hurdle shall be between 80kg and 100kg. Each hurdle shall have on either side a base between 1.2m and 1.4m. The hurdle shall be placed on the track so that 30cm of the top bar will extend inside the inner edge of the track. The water jump, including the hurdle shall be 3.66m (+/- 2cm) in length. The width shall be 3.66m (+/- 2cm). The water shall be level with the track surface. At the hurdle end, the water depth shall be 70cm for approximately 30cm. From this point, the bottom shall have a regular slope upwards to the level of the track at the other end of the water jump. The hurdle shall be firmly fixed in front of the water and be of the same height as the others in the competition. To ensure safe landing of the competitors, the bottom of the water jump shall be covered at the further end with a suitable material, at least 3.66m wide and 25m long, the thickness of which should not exceed 2.4cm.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF except standard distance is 3000m.
  • NFHS: Event is not typically held at this level.

    EXAMPLE OF STEELPLECHASE HURDLE PLACEMENTLap of 390m / Lap of 400m
    Race Distance – 3000m / 3000m
    Distance from start to beginningof 1st lap – 270m / 130m
    Seven laps at distance – 2730m / 2870m

    Hurdle Space:
    Beginning of 1st lap to 1st hurdle -10m /10m
    From 1st to 2nd hurdle – 78m/ 82m
    From 2nd to 3rd hurdle – 78m / 82m
    From 3rd to 4th hurdle – 78m / 82m
    From 4th to 5th hurdle – 78m / 82m
    From 5th to Finish Line – 68m /72m


General Information

    The construction of a 400m track with a common finish line for all events at the juncture of the straight and the curve is preferred. Direction of the straight races should be with the prevailing wind. Direction of running around the 400m race course is such that the inside lane boundary is to the runner’s left (counter-clockwise.)


High Jump

  • IAAF: The minimum length of the runway shall be 15m (49.21 ft.)except Rule 1a, b, c competitions where it shall be 20m (65.62 ft.). If possible, the runway should be 25m (82 ft.). The runway and take-off areas are usually covered with the same surface as the track. The maximum overall inclination of the runway and the take-off area shall not exceed 1:250 (0.4%) in the direction of the center of the cross-bar. The take-off area shall be level.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF except the high jump apron is a 15m semicircle surrounding the standards. For championship competitions, the minimum suggested length for the high jump apron is 20m.
  • NCAA: It is recommended that the approach be an octagon or square with a surface of at least 21m (approx. 69 ft.). The minimum length provided shall be 15m. The maximum overall inclination of the runway and take-off area shall not exceed 1:250 in the running direction toward the center of the cross-bar. The take-off area is the semicircle enclosed by a 3m radius whose center point is directly under the center of the cross-bar.
  • NFHS: The approach shall consist of a semicircle or rectangle of level and unvarying surface. The center of the semicircle or rectangle is to be the midpoint between the standards. The depth of the approach should be a minimum of 50 ft. The inclination in the approach shall not exceed 1:100 (1%). Hard and unyielding surfaces, such as, but not limited to concrete, asphalt or wood that extend out from beneath the sides and back of the high jump landing pad shall be padded with a minimum of 2-inch dense foam or other suitable material. It is recommended that hard and unyielding materials that extend out from beneath the landing pad be removed.


Pole Vault – Runway

  • IAAF: The minimum length of the runway shall be 40m (approx. 132 ft.). The width shall be 1.22m (4 ft.) +/- 0.01 and shall be marked by white lines 5cm in width. Maximum allowance for lateral inclination of the runway is 1:100 (1%). Overall inclination of the runway in the running direction shall not exceed 1:1000 (0.1%). At the end of the runway, the box must be mounted flush with the runway and installed such that the top inside edge of its end board lines on the 0-line and at the same height. The 0-line shall be marked by a white line 0.01m wide which extends beyond the outside edges of the uprights.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: The minimum length of the runway shall be 40m. Recommended width of the runway is 1.22m. Maximum allowance for lateral inclination of the runway is 1:100. Overall inclination of the runway in the running direction shall not exceed 1:1000. The center of the runway shall be marked by a maximum of seven permanent lines at 30cm (0.984 ft.) increments from the plant box back toward the start of the runway. These lines shall be a maximum of 90cm (2.95 ft.) in length and 5cm in width. See NCAA Rule 1.5.3.
  • NFHS: The minimum length of the runway shall be 40m (approx. 132 ft.), 45m (approx. 148 ft.) is recommended. The minimum recommended width of the runway is 1.07m (3 ft.-6 in.). Maximum allowance for lateral inclination is 2:100 (2%). Overall inclination of the runway in the running direction is not to exceed 1:1000 (0.1%).


Pole Vault – Vaulting Box

  • IAAF: The vault box shall be constructed from metal, wood or other suitable rigid material. If constructed of wood, the bottom shall be lined with sheet metal for a distance of at least 0.80m from the front of the box. It shall be sunk level with the ground and shall be 1.00m in length measured along the bottom of the box, 0.60m in width at the front end and tapering to 0.15m wide at the bottom of the stop board. The angle between the bottom of the box and the stop board shall be 105 degrees and the stop board shall be 0.224m long. The side walls of the box shall slope outwards to form an angle of approximately 120 degrees to the base.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: The vault box shall be constructed of suitable rigid materials. Dimensions are the same as IAAF. The box shall be painted a contrasting color to the runway.
  • NFHS: Same as IAAF. The box shall be painted a contrasting color to the runway.


Pole Vault – Landing Area

  • IAAF: The landing area shall measure not less than 5m by 5m (recommended for Rule 1a, b, c meets 6m by 6m). The sides of the landing area nearest the box shall be placed 10cm to 15cm from the box and shall slope away from the box at an angle of approximately 45 degrees. The distance from the back of the landing area to the front of the side pads shall be at least 7m (recommended for Rule 1a, b, c meets 8m).
  • USATF: Same as IAAF except minimum landing area shall measure not less than 6m by 6.15m.
  • NCAA: The pole vault pad measurement beyond the vertical plane of the back of the vaulting box shall be a minimum of 6m wide by 5m deep. For more information see NCAA Rule 2.6.1.
  • NFHS: The overall size of the pole vault landing system shall be a minimum of 19 ft, 8 in (6m) wide by 20 ft, 2 in deep. The landing surface measured beyond the back of the standard bases, shall be a minimum of 19 ft, 8 in (6m) wide. The dimension of the landing surface in back of the vaulting box to the back of the landing system shall be 16 ft, 5 in (5m) deep. Hard or unyielding surfaces such as but not limited to concrete, metal, asphalt or wood around the landing pit, or between the planting box and the landing system, shall be padded or cushioned with a minimum of 2 in (50mm) of dense foam or other suitable material(s). It is recommended that any excess material such as asphalt or concrete that extends out from beneath the landing pad be removed. For more information, see NFHS Rule 7.5.7-9.


Long Jump – Runway

  • IAAF: The minimum length of the runway shall be 40m. The width shall be 1.22m +/- 0.01. The maximum allowance for lateral inclination of the runway shall not exceed 1:100. Overall inclination of the runway in the running direction shall not exceed 1:1000. The runway should be marked by white lines 5cm in width or broken lines 0.05m side, 0.10m long and 0.50m apart.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: For new construction, the minimum length of the runway shall be 40m from the edge of the takeoff board nearest the pit. Runway width is the same as IAAF. When the runway is not distinguishable from the adjacent surface it may be bordered with lines 5cm wide.
  • NFHS: Minimum runway length is 130 ft (147 ft 6 in recommended). Width of the runway should be between 42 in and 48 in. Lateral inclination shall be a maximum of 2:100.

SPECIAL NOTE: All runway lengths are measured to the respective foul line. When possible, the runway lengths should be at least 45m (approx. 148 ft.).


Long Jump – Takeoff Board

  • IAAF: The takeoff shall be marked by a board sunk level with the runway and the surface of the landing area. The edge of the board which is nearer to the landing area shall be called the takeoff line. Immediately beyond the takeoff line there shall be placed a plasticine indicator board for the assistance of the Judges.The takeoff board shall be rectangular, made of wood or other suitable rigid material, and shall measure 1.22m +/- 0.01 long and 20cm (+/- 2mm) wide and 10cm +/- 10.01 deep. It shall be painted white.The distance between the takeoff board and the far end of the landing (sand pit) area shall be at least 10m (32 ft.-10 in.). The takeoff board shall be placed between 1m and 3m from the nearer end of the landing (sand pit) area. The plasticine indicator board shall consist of a rigid board, 10cm wide (+/- 2mm) and 1.22m (+/- 0.01) long and be made of wood or other suitable rigid material. The board shall be mounted in a recess or shelf in the runway, on the side of the takeoff board nearer the landing area. The surface shall rise from the level of the takeoff board to a height of 7mm (+/- 1mm).The edges shall either slant at an angle of 45 degrees with the edge nearer to the runway covered with a plasticine layer along its length 1mm thick or shall be cut away such that the recess, when filled with plasticine shall slant at an angle of 45 degrees. When mounted in this recess, the whole assembly shall be sufficiently rigid to accept the full force of the athlete’s foot. The surface of the board beneath the plasticine shall be of a material in which spikes of an athlete’s shoe will grip and not skid.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF with the following exceptions:
    Length: Takeoff board shall be at least 1.22m long.
    Width: Takeoff board shall be approximately 20cm wide.
    Thickness: Not more than 10cm thick.
    Other: Distance between the takeoff board and the nearer edge of the landing (sand pit) area shall not be less than 1m or greater than 3.66m (12 ft.). The plasticine indicator board, not mandatory, shall be prepared so that the top of the plasticine is level with the takeoff board. Color of plasticine shall be a contrasting color.
  • NFHS: The takeoff area shall be marked by a rectangular shaped takeoff board, manufactured of wood or synthetic material. The takeoff board must be set firmly in the ground at least level with the runway and the surface of the landing. A firm base must be provided. The width shall be between 8 inches (minimum) and 24 inches (maximum). The length shall be 42 to 48 inches long.If the takeoff board is 8 inches wide, an additional 8 inches of firm, resilient material may be placed so that it abuts the edge of the takeoff board farthest from the scratch line.On hard surfaced runways a painted scratch line of contrasting color and with the same size specifications may be used in lieu of a takeoff board. The boys’ recommended scratch line shall be located 12 ft from the nearer edge of the landing (sand pit) area. The girls’ recommended scratch line shall be located 8 ft from the nearer edge of the landing (sand pit) area. These distances may be adjusted to accommodate different levels of competition.


Long Jump – Landing Area

The sand pit is the landing area for the long jump and triple jump events. There are numerous ways to construct this feature.  PDF (diagram and details)

  • IAAF: The landing area shall have a minimum width of 2.75m (9 ft.) and a maximum width of 3m (9 ft.-10 in.). The landing area shall be so placed, if possible, so that the middle of the runway, if extended, would coincide with the middle of the landing area. The landing area should be filled with soft damp sand, the top of the surface of which shall be level with the takeoff board.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: For new construction, the landing area shall be not less than 2.75m or more than 3m in width. The damp sand shall be identical in elevation with the takeoff board.
  • NFHS: The landing area shall have a minimum width of 9 feet and a minimum length shall be 15 feet. Sand shall be level with the takeoff board.


Triple Jump

  • IAAF: Same as for Long Jump with the following exceptions:Distance between the takeoff board and the far end of the landing (sand pit) area shall be at least 21m (approx. 69 ft.).Recommended takeoff board locations for international competitions are:Men: Not less than 13m (approx. 42 ft.-8 in.) from the nearer end of the landing (sand pit) area.

    Women: Not less than 11m (approx. 36 ft.-1 in.) from the nearer end of the landing (sand pit) area.

    NOTE: For other competitions, the distance shall be appropriate for the competition.

  • USATF: Same as IAAF Triple Jump except that the women’s takeoff board location shall be at least 10m from the nearer end of the landing (sand pit) area.
  • NCAA: Same as for NCAA Long Jump with the following exceptions:Men: The distance from the foul line to the nearer edge of the landing (sand pit) area shall be at least 11m (recommended is 12.5m, or 41 ft.).
    Women: The distance from the foul line to the nearer edge of the landing (sand pit) area shall be at least 8.5m (recommended 11m, or 36 ft.-1 in.).
  • NFHS: Same as for NFHS Long Jump with the following exceptions:The boys’ recommended scratch line shall be located 32 feet from the nearer edge of the landing (sand pit) area. The girls’ recommended scratch line shall be located 24 feet from the nearer edge of the landing (sand pit) area.

SPECIAL NOTE: The length of the triple jump runway is measured from the long jump scratch line.


Shot Put, Discus, Hammer Throw

  • IAAF: Circles shall be made of banded iron, steel or other suitable material. The top of the circle shall be flush with the ground outside. The interior of the circle surface may be constructed of concrete, asphalt or some other firm, non-slip material.The surface of this interior shall be level and 14-26mm lower than the upper edge of the rim of the circle. A portable circle meeting these specifications is permissible. The rim of the circle shall be at least 6mm thick and shall be painted white. A white line 5cm wide shall be drawn from the top of the metal rim extending for at least 75cm on either side of the circle. It may be painted or made of wood or other suitable material. The rear edge of the white line shall form a prolongation of a theoretical line through the center of the circle at right angles to the center line of the landing sector.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF with the following additions: The metal rim shall have a height of 76mm (3 in.).
  • NCAA: Same materials as IAAF (rubber is not acceptable). The surface of this interior shall be 19mm +/- 6mm lower than the surface outside the circle.
  • NFHS: The throwing circles shall be marked with a metal, wood or plastic band which shall not rise more than ¾ of an inch (19mm) above the level of the circle. If the circle has a surface of asphalt, concrete, wood or other hard material, a painted line 2 in (5cm) may be substituted for the band. A concrete surface with 1/64 (1mm) roughness is recommended for shot put. Projecting lines 2 in (5cm) wide and 8 in (20cm) in length lying on the diameter extended and outside the circumferences, shall be used to designate the back half of the throwing circle. The inside edge of the line or band is the limit of the throwing circle.

NOTE: Lines indicating the front and back halves of the circle are painted in the front half of the circle, so that the back edge of the line is tangent with the exact center of the circle.


Shot Put, Discus, Hammer Throw – Circle Measurements

  • IAAF: Shot Put: Inside diameter 2.135m +/- 5mm (7 ft.).
    Discus: Inside diameter 2.50m +/- 5mm (8.2 ft.).
    Hammer: Inside diameter 2.135m +/- 5mm (7 ft.).
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF.
  • NFHS: Shot Put: Inside diameter 7′ (2.134m).
    Discus: Inside diameter 8′ 2 ½” (2.50m).
    Hammer: Event is not typically held at this level.

NOTE: When a white line borders any circle, the lines are not part of the circle measurement.


Shot Put Stop Board

  • IAAF: The board shall be white and made of wood or other suitable material. It shall be made in the form of an arc so that the inner edge matches the inner edge of the circle. The board shall be placed and securely anchored to the ground midway between the sector lines. It shall measure at least 0.112m wide and when firmly in position 0.10m +/- 0.002m high in relation to the level inside the circle.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF with the following exceptions: The board width shall measure 112 (+/- 2)mm in the middle, 300 (+/-2)mm at its end and 100 (+/-2)mm in height.
  • NFHS: The board shall be constructed of concrete, fiberglass, metal, wood or other hard-surfaced material. It shall be made in the form of an arc so that the inner edge coincides with the inner edge of the circle and can be firmly secured in this position. The board shall measure 1.22m (4 ft.) long along the inside, 10cm in height and 11.4cm in width. The inside edge of the line is the limit of the throwing circle.


Shot Put, Discus and Hammer Landing Areas

  • IAAF: The landing sector shall consist of cinders, grass or other suitable material on which the implement can make an imprint. The overall downward inclination of the landing sector shall not exceed 1:1000 in the throwing direction. The landing sector shall be marked with white lines 5cm wide at an angle of 34.92 degrees such that the lines, if extended, would pass through the center of the circle.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF.
  • NFHS: Effective with the 2006-2007 track season, all shot put and discus will utilize one standard sector of 34.92 degrees.

NOTE: Radial lines 5cm wide marking the sector are not a part of the sector.


Shot Put, Discus and Hammer Safety Cages

  • IAAF: Shot Put – No Cage required.
    Discus and Hammer: Required. Detailed cage design options can be found and explained in the IAAF Handbook as well as in the IAAF Track and Field Facilities Manual.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF. See USA Track and Field Manual for Construction for details.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF. See NCAA rules book for details.
  • NFHS: Same as IAAF. Discus cage required, but the Hammer throw is not conducted at high school level.


Javelin Throw – Runway

  • IAAF: The minimum length of the runway shall be 30m (98 ft.-5 in.). The maximum length of the runway is 36.5m (119 ft.-9 in.). It shall be marked by two parallel white lines 5cm wide and 4m apart (lines are not a part of the 4m measurement, therefore the full width of the runway shall be a minimum of 4.3m, or 14 ft.). The throw shall be made from behind an arc of a circle drawn with a radius of 8m. The arc shall consist of a strip painted or made of wood, metal 7cm wide. The arc shall be painted white and be flush with the ground. Lines shall be drawn from the extremities of the arc at right angles to the parallel lines marking the runway. These lines shall be white, 75cm long and 7cm wide. The maximum lateral inclination of the runway shall be 1:100 and 1:1000 downward in the throwing direction.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF with the following exceptions: For new construction, the minimum runway length shall be 33.5m (109 ft.-11 in.) and the maximum length shall be 36.5m (119 ft.-9 in.). The runway is recommended to be equipped with an artificial surface for its entire length. When artificial surface is used, the surface should extend 1m past the foul line for safety.
  • NFHS: Same as NCAA, but with no comment regarding artificial surfacing. Lateral inclination is no greater than 2:100 and not more than 1:1000 from the throwing area to the landing area. No minimum runway length.


Javelin Throw – Implement Landing Area

  • IAAF: The landing sector shall consist of natural grass or other suitable material on which the javelin makes an imprint. The landing sector is marked by 5cm wide white lines which form the inner edge of the sector (not included in the sector). The sector is formed by laying out lines originating from the center point of the runway through the cross section of the throwing arc and the lines of the runway extending out approximately 100 meters, running a line straight through the center of the runway. The distance between the sector lines at this point is approximately 50m. The distance can then be adjusted for the level of competition. This forms a sector of approximately 29 degrees.
  • USATF: Same as IAAF.
  • NCAA: Same as IAAF.
  • NFHS: Not defined