Young athletes who train with us on the trails show their talents in sprints, middle-distance, and hurdles. Sprints are racing on the races up to 400 meters. The usual sections are 60 meters, 100 meters, 200 meters, and 400 meters. Middle-distance are race disciplines at a distance of 800 to 3000 meters. Hurdles can be high – 60m, 100m for women, 110m for men, and low – 400m.
Young athletes who train jumps with us on the field show their talents in disciplines such as long jump, triple jump, high jump, and pole vault. The triple jump is an discipline of jumping away with or without a run, and it runs from three consecutive jumps, i.e. bouncing, stepping and jumping. Pole Vault is an discipline that involves the use of a flexible hinge to skip the ladder placed at the highest altitude.
The high jump is a standard discipline for all age groups and both sexes. It consists of jumping a horizontally mounted slat on a precisely determined height without any tools. Long jump in the athletics is a sporting discipline, in which the athlete performs a jump from a run, with a reflection of one leg to achieve as much length as possible. There is also a jump off the distance with reflection from the place with both legs.
Young athletes who train throws with us on the field, their talents show in javelin throw and discus throw disciplines. Throwing the disc develops the strength, speed or agility and precision of movement at the pier, and it is still used today as a means of developing students’ abilities. Javelin throw is a sporting discipline in which athletes try to throw a spear as much as possible by run-up and specific movements in the run-off.