Challenge for Inclusion
Unified Champion Schools
How fast can you complete 50 Meters?
Measure out 50 Meters (164 feet)
Use cones to set the start and finish lines
Have someone time you
Record the time
Objects to mark start and finish
If you do not have a measuring tape, take 50 big steps
Measure out 100 Meters (328 feet)
If you do not have a measuring tape, take 100 big steps
How fast can you complete 25 Meters?
Measure out 25 Meters (82 ft)
If you do not have a measuring tape, have someone take 25 big steps
How fast can you complete 5 Kilometers?
Lay out what the 5k (3.1 miles) course will be
You can also use a free app like “Nike Run Club”
App to show distance and time – Runkeeper App
Measure 2.5k and double the distance
Measure 1k and complete that 5 times
Complete race however you can (run/walk/wheelchair)
Times of athlete & partner should be added together to submit.
How far can you jump from a standing position?
Mark a line
Both feet start behind the line
Athlete must jump with both feet
Distance will be measured from the line to the back of the foot closest to the jump line
Record the distance on the score card
Designated line (cones, chair, stationary object that will not move)
If you do not have a measuring tape, you can measure the distance jumped in steps
How far can you throw a tennis ball?
Athlete will stand behind a designated line
Athlete will throw the tennis ball as far as they can
Measurement will be made from the designated line to where the tennis ball first touched the ground
Record the distance on score card
If you can throw more than 15M, consider doing the softball throw instead
Throwing line (cones, chair, stationary object that will not move)
If you do not have a tennis ball, use another object (stuffed animal, rolled up socks, baseball, etc.)
If you do not have a measuring tape, you can measure the distance thrown in steps
Athlete will stay behind a designated line
How fast can your team complete a 4x100 Meter relay?
If you have access to a track, space out the 4 athletes as you would a typical relay event
Create a designated start/finish line
Time how long it takes the team to complete the relay
Submit team’s total time
Designated start/finish line (cones/ chairs/ stationary object that won’t move)
If you do not have access to a track or are unable to meet in-person, you can measure out 100M (328 feet) in your backyard, sidewalk, etc
If you do not have a measuring tape, take 100 large steps
Record and combine each individual’s time to get the team’s total
If you have access to a track, space out the 4 teammates (2 athletes and 2 partners) as you would a typical relay event
Submit team’s total time
Choose any four of the traditional track events to compete in with an athlete and partner.
(100M Dash, 50M Dash, Tennis Ball Throw, Standing Long Jump)
Times/scores of athlete & partner should be added together to submit one score
See above event Descriptions
See above event descriptions.