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Proposed NEW SAA Carding

SAA Senior Carding Standards Athlete Coach
L1: Top 8 at 2012 Olympic Games / 2011 World Championships $2000 $2000
L2: Top 6 at 2010 Asian Games / Top 3 at 2010 Commonwealth Games $1500 $1200
L3-G: 2011 Sea Games Gold Medal  $1000 $500
L3-S: 2011 Sea Games Silver Medal  $700 $400
L3-B: 2011 Sea Games Bronze Medal $500 $300
L3-P: Within 2% of 2011 Sea Games Bronze Medal  (P is “provisional”)   $250 $150
L4: 3-5% off 2011 Sea Games Bronze medal.   (To recommended for SSC Carding only)   $0 $0
L4P-Junior: Equal or exceed the 6th placing of the 2012 Asian Junior Championship $80 $80
L4P-JuniorP: 1-5% off 2012 Asian Juniors 6Th placing mark.   (To recommended for SSC Carding only) $0 $0
L4P-Youth: Equal or exceed the 3rd placing of the 2012 SEA Youth Championship $50 $50
L4P-YouthP: L4P-JuniorP: 1-5% off 2012 Sea Youth 3rd placing mark.  (To recommended for SSC Carding only) $0 $0
L4P-SeniorP: Met the SSC carding criteria (L1-L4) in the past 2 years, but not in the current 12 months and is in training for 2013 Sea Games. (To recommended for SSC Carding only) $0 $0
SAA Senior Relay Carding    
Meet any of the above SAA Senior Carding status Double Double
SAA Junior Relay Carding    
Meet L4P-Junior Carding status $300 $300
SAA Youth Relay Carding    
Meet L4P-Youth Status $300 $300

Selection criteria for nomination for SSC carding:

    Must have met the benchmark (THD) within the last 12 months from the commencement date of the carding, to be considered for SSC carding nomination for L1-L3 carding.

    For Seniors only at L4 : Must have met the carding criteria within 12 – 24 months to be considered for SSC carding nomination

    Carding of relays: Only the Athletes who actually ran the required time will be recommended for carding. The number will not be restricted to four.

SSC’s carding is from April till March, with a 6 monthly review to upgrade or drop from SSC carding

Selection for SAA carding nomination:

Terms and Conditions

It is expected that Athletes seeking SAA Carding for 2013/14/15 are preparing for the:

Carding criteria will be based on the targeted Major Meet of any particular year.

    Meeting the qualifying mark set by IAAF for Seniors’ Competitions will entitle Athletes to be Carded L2 automatically

    Meeting the qualifying mark set by IAAF for Juniors’ Competitions will entitle Athletes to be carded L3S automatically

    Meeting the qualifying mark set by IAAF for Youth Competitions will entitle Athletes to be carded L3P automatically

    Meeting the qualifying mark set by SNOC for AYG/YOG will entitle athletes to be carded L4P-Jrs automatically

    Athletes/coaches must execute the “SAA’s Athlete/Coach Agreement” before being eligible for the funding*.

    Payment shall be done quarterly upon submission of training, competition & attendance reports.

    Carding payment will start from the month the Athlete meets the criteria during any particular Quarter.

    All carded Athletes are subjected to quarterly review by the SAA’s Training & Selection Committee. If an Athlete’s performance “dips” after 2 quarterly reviews, without valid reason/s, SAA’s Training & Selection Committee may recommend stopping of funding.

* SAA’s Athlete/Coach Agreement

This Agreement will require Athlete/Coach to submit and agree to the following:

1. 2013/14 TRAINING & COMPETITION PLANS & GOALS (TARGETS ETC)

2. ATHLETES AGREEMENT

3. COACHES CODE OF ETHICS

4. PARENTS CONSENT FORM

5. QUARTERLY SUBMISSION OF PROGRESS REPORTS from 1st Jan 2013 onwards (VIA – ONLINE/FAX/EMAIL/BY HAND) AS FOLLOWS: –

    TRAINING /TESTING REPORT

    INJURY REPORT (if any)

    COMPETITION & TRAINING RESULTS

    DECLARATION OF WHERE ABOUTS (BOTH FOR TRAINING & COMPETITION AND DURING PERSONAL VACATIONS/HOLIDAYS

SAA Carding explanation

Senior Carding 2013/14

    SAA Senior Carding Criteria for 2013/14 /15 will be based on SEA Games 2011 results. Any athlete who meets the required marks based on his/her results achieved from July 1 2012 onwards will be considered for carding and receive the carding allowance from Jan 1 2013 – June 31 2013.

    SAA Senior Carding 2013/14 will be reviewed on a 6 monthly basis starting on June 30 2012. If any Athlete meets the carding requirement again from their Jan 1 2013 – June 30 2013 results, then their carding status will be continued for the next 6 months starting from July 1 2013 – Dec 31 2013. The next review will be on Dec 31 2013. If any Athlete’s carding status drops within the carding category, both the Athlete and Coach will be paid accordingly. If an Athlete drops out of the carding status, both their carding allowances will cease until the Athlete meets the carding requirement again. Carding will then be reinstated and SAA will back pay for the allowance for that Quarter. (January Quarter, April Quarter, July Quarter, October Quarter)

Junior Carding 2014

    Carding for Junior Athletes preparing for the Asian Junior 2014 Championships will be based on the 2012 Asian Junior results qualifying mark. In order to qualify for junior category carding, Athletes preparing for the Asian Junior Championships, must be age-eligible to compete in the 2014 Asian Junior Championship. Otherwise they will not be carded under Junior Carding even though they meet the mark.

    SAA Junior Carding Criteria for 2013/14 will be based on the 2012 Asian Junior results. Any athlete who meets the required marks based on his/her results achieved from July 1 2012 onwards will be considered for carding and receive the carding allowance once he/she meets the carding criteria and will also continue to be carded from Jan 1 2013 – June 31 2013. Athletes’ results from 1 Jan 2013 – 30 June 2013 will be considered for carding and they will receive the carding allowance from 1 July 2013 – 31 Dec 2013.

    SAA Junior Carding 2013/14 will be reviewed on a 6 monthly basis starting in June 30 2013. If any Athlete meets the new carding requirement again from their Jan 1 2013 – June 30 2013 results, then their carding status will be continued for the next 6 months starting from July 1 2013 – Dec 31 2013. The next review will be on June 30 2014 or after the 2014 Asian Juniors Championship. If any Athlete’s carding status drops within the carding category, both the Athlete and Coach will be paid accordingly. If the Athlete drops out of the carding status, both their carding allowance will cease until the Athlete meets the carding requirement again. Carding will then be reinstated and SAA will back pay the allowance for that Quarter. (January Quarter, April Quarter, July Quarter, October Quarter)

Youth Carding 2013

    Carding for Youth Athletes preparing for the SEA Youth Championship 2013/14 will be based, first, on the 2012 SEA Youth Championship results. Carding for Youth Athletes preparing for the 2013 SEA Youth Championship will be from May 2012 onwards. In order to qualify for Youth category carding, Athletes preparing for the SEA Youth Championship, must be age-eligible to compete in the particular SEA Youth Championship. Otherwise they will not be carded under Youth Carding even though they meet the mark.

    Any Athlete who meets the required marks based on their results achieved from May 1 2012 onwards, will be carded immediately till Dec 31 2012. Results obtained from May 2012 – Dec 2012 will be used to card Athletes from Jan 1 2013 – June 30 2013. A new set of carding criteria will take effect after the SEA Youth 2013 Championships.

    SAA Youth Carding 2013/14 will be reviewed on a 6 monthly basis starting on Dec 31 2012. If any Athlete meets the new carding requirement again from their Jan 1 2013 – April 30 2013 results, then their carding status will be continued for the next 6 months starting from May 1 2013 – Dec 31 2013. Thereafter, every 6 months there will be a review until June 30 2013 with a new set of criteria set after the completion of SEA Youth 2013. If any Athlete’s carding status drops within the carding category, both the Athlete and Coach will be paid accordingly and if they drop out of the carding status, both their carding allowance will cease until they meet the carding requirement again. Carding will then be reinstated and SAA will back pay the allowance for that Quarter. (January Quarter, April Quarter, July Quarter, October Quarter)

Limit on carding allowance

    There is no limit as to the number of events for which any coach or athlete can receive carding allowance. As long as the Athlete meets the requirement, both the Athlete and Coach will be paid. However, an Athlete/Coach will only be eligible for carding in his/her highest category, if he/she qualifies for carding for more than 2 categories in the same event.

Carding Review

    SAA’s carding system will be under review yearly or as when necessary. SAA reserves the right to review and amend the qualifying criteria for carding in any Category at any time. Athletes will be transferred from Youth to Junior or from Junior to Senior as they cross the age limit. This transfer will affect their carding status. They will have to meet the respective carding criteria for their new age category.
16th Jan 2013
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