Sportshall athletics was created to introduce young athletes to track and field in a form that could be practiced indoors and generally during the winter months when the weather can be unfavorable.


Werrington joggers support and encourage participation in Cambridgeshire AA organised annual Sports-hall athletics competitions, on a team competition basis, which are then used as the basis for County team selections for the Regional finals for Under 11's and for Under 13's/Under 15's.


Under 11 events

Circuit (Obstacle) relay (4 runners),

4 x 1 lap relay, 

6 Lap Paarlauf ,,

1+1 lap Relay (2 runners),

Standing Long-jump,

Standing Triple Jump,

Vertical |Jump.   

Balance test,        

High Stepper      

Speed bounce.   

Chest push,        

Target Throw     

soft javelin.         


Under 13 events

2 lap race, 

4 lap race, 

6 lap race, 


standing Long jump, 

standing triple jump, 

vertical jump, 

speed bounce,          

paarlauf relay (2 athletes), 

4 x 2 lap relay, (4 athletes)

circuit relay (4 athletes)

Under 15 events

2 lap race  

4 lap race, 


Speed Bounce,

Standing Long jump 

Standing Triple jump (Boys)  

Vertical Jump (Girls)

8 lap paarlauf relay (2 athletes), 

4x2 lap relay (4 athletes) 


All Sportshall Events for 2020 have been cancelled please watch this space for 2021

2020/21 events

After a successful 2019/20 season Cambridgeshire AA will be holding Sports-hall athletics championships and county team selection competitions on


Saturday 7 November 2020 at the Bushfield Sports centre, Peterborough, PE2 5RQ (12.00 pm to 4.00 pm)


Saturday 5 December 2020 at The Cambridge University Indoor Sports Centre, CB3 0AS (11.30 am to 5.00 pm)

Home Pentathlon

The Home Pentathlon is a fun way for families to take part in adapted Sportshall Athletics events within their home environment. We hope you find these resources helpful and would be delighted if you are able to promote the use of them.

The full details can be found here -

The guidance notes and online score system are supported by a set of Youtube clips which have kindly been narrated by Olympic medal winner Katharine Merry.