Monday May 22nd, 2017 to
Thursday May 25th, 2017,
9:00 AM Onwards
Near Corporation Circle, Kasturba Rd, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Karnataka,
Can you ride a bicycle?
Is ‘Logic’ your best friend?
Does arithmetic come easy to you?
If so, then you can become a measurer of road race courses
Procam International believes that every runner deserves to run on an accurately measured course.
The course measurement workshop is a hands-on experience for beginners to learn the art of course
measurement for distance running events. The course measurement workshop is organised by
Procam International supported by Karnataka Athletic Association and conducted in accordance with
mandatory IAAF-AIMS guidelines that are used in training international measurers. Over four days of
lectures and field instructions you will learn and practice the procedure to measure distances for
distance running courses as per IAAF-AIMS guidelines.
Hugh Jones (Olympic course measurer) - Secretary of AIMS (Association of International Marathons) and an accredited road race course measurer. Hugh is one of the world’s leading IAAF course measurers. He has measured the course for London Olympic 2012, London Marathon since 2002 and, incurring our envy, rides in the front vehicle monitoring the race line. He has measured more than 300 courses over his career, averaging 15,720 miles, all on his trusty bike. Hugh is race director and course measurer for all 3 international running events which happen in India from past 15 years (Standard chartered Mumbai marathon, Airtel Delhi Half marathon & TCS world 10K, Bangalore). Hugh isn’t just a stickler for race accuracy however, he’s also a talented runner with some big wins under his belt. In 1982 he triumphed in the London Marathon and he also tasted victory in the Oslo and Stockholm Marathon.Hugh Jones was the First British winner of the London Marathon. His experience of running 80 international marathons led to the book, Marathons of the World, a must for all runners who love to travel.
All practical aspects of road course measurements
Principles guiding the measurement process
Setting up a calibration course; calibrating the bicycle
The theoretical running line and how to measure it in practice
Documentation of the course measurements for international certification.
All attendees will receive a ‘certificate of participation’ on successful completion of the
workshop. Workshop certification provides an opportunity to be able to take the next step
towards official accreditation as a measurer. Candidates need to supply measurement reports
of races that they measure for authentication. After several of these have been supplied and
been found of a satisfactory standard you will be recognised as capable of performing as a
course measurer (under the label of an international ‘C’ class measurer).
AFI would be informed of these measurers’ abilities and asked to encourage race organisers to
get their courses measured by them. In doing so the ‘C’ measurers would quickly generate a
portfolio of measurements (including at least one marathon) that can provide a basis for their
upgrade to an international ‘B’ measurer.
In this capacity they would be qualified to measure races on the international calendar (AIMS
member races and IAAF ‘label’ races) and qualifying marathons for global international
It is a 4 day workshop starting from 22nd May 2017 till 25th May 2017.
Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Near Corporation Circle, Kasturba Rd, Sampangi Rama Nagar,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
Rs. 13,500 +15% service tax ( Rs. 2,025) = Rs. 15,525 / per person
Course conduct fee
Lunch & Snacks
Jones counter on Rent – essential tool to measure course
Bike on rent – With Helmet and lock
Workshop merchandising - Tshirt , Cap , Reflective Jacket
Kindly send queries for workshop registration on email@example.com
Last date of application – 15th May 2017
Admission will be based on selection criteria and on ‘First come First Serve’ basis.
Only limited places available.
Day 1: 22nd May 2017
General introduction on principles guiding the measurement process
Calibration course - theory and practice including setting up a 6m calibration
course in the
classroom as a preliminary to doing a full-length one in Cubbon Park
Riding the calibration course, calculation of constant and measurement of a test
lap of <1km;
comparison of results
Lunch , Tea/coffee and Snacks will be provided
Day 2: 23rd May 2017
Riding technique and improvement of measured line
Second exercise on a longer course (maybe 2-3km)
Adjustment of a course - adding distance and final adjustment through a turning point
Calculations relating to turning points and especially how these apply to walks courses
Lunch , Tea/coffee and Snacks will be provided
Day 3: 24th May 2017
Test course - supervised 5km measurement including pre- and post- calibrations
Session on documentation and presentation of reports.
Lunch , Tea/coffee, Snacks & dinner will be provided
Day 4: 25th May 2017
Recap and Q&A
Lunch will be provided
Refund – (No refund will be made for cancellations received post 17th May 2017.
In case of entry not accepted, the refund via NEFT will be made in favour of
(INR 100 will be deducted as processing charges and you will be contacted on
asking for your NEFT/ Bank account details)
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