athletics field - traducción al español
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athletics field - traducción al español

Athletics Official; Track and field athletics official

athletics field      
campo de deportes
track and field         
  • A graph of the world record progression in the men's 100 metres
  • The finish of a women's 100 m race
  • [[Panathenaic Stadium]] in [[Athens]], one of the first modern track and field stadiums
  • The [[2006 European Athletics Championships]] at the [[Ullevi Stadium]]
  • Men assuming the starting position for a sprint race
  • A women's 400 m hurdles race at the 2007 Dutch Championships
  • [[Arne Andersson]] (left) and [[Gunder Hägg]] (right) broke a number of middle distance world records in the 1940s.
  • A [[javelin]] athlete
  • [[Carl Lewis]] was among the athletes who helped increase track and field's profile.
  • An early model of [[hurdling]] at the [[Detroit Athletic Club]] in 1888
  • The pole vault competition at the [[2007 Pan American Games]]
  • Girls handing over the baton in a relay race in [[Leipzig]] in 1950
  • The Gordon Indoor Track sports an 80-yard sprint straight, and the track is 220 yards in length
  • American athlete [[Jim Thorpe]] lost his [[Olympic medal]]s having taken expense money for playing baseball, violating Olympic [[amateurism]] rules, before the 1912 Games.
  • [[Kenenisa Bekele]] leading in a long-distance track event
  • Men traversing the water jump in a steeplechase competition
  • [[Marion Jones]], after admitting to doping, lost her Olympic medals, was banned from the sport, and spent six months in jail.
  • [[Naide Gomes]] in the jumping phase of the event
  • A child taking part in a local schools meeting in [[Cambodia]]
  • [[Oscar Pistorius]], running in the first round of the 400 m at the 2012 Olympics
  • A Greek vase from 500 BC depicting a running contest
  • A typical layout of an outdoor track and field stadium
  • [[Anna Giordano Bruno]] releases the pole after clearing the bar
  • [[Remigius Machura]] preparing to throw within the circle
  • [[Olga Rypakova]] performing a triple jump in 2012
  • The 100 m final at the [[2008 Summer Olympics]]
  • A woman attempting to high jump whilst using the [[Fosbury Flop]] technique
  • [[Yury Shayunou]] spinning with the hammer within the circle
  • [[Zoltán Kővágó]] preparing to spin and throw the discus
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atlética liviana
cultivated field         
  • A field of [[rapeseed]]s in [[Kärkölä]], Finland (2010)
  • [[Rotational grazing]] with pasture divided into paddocks, each grazed in turn for a short period
Agricultural field; Cultivated field; Arable field; Paddock (field); Farm field; Field (farming)
campo cultivado


sust. masc.
Acción y efecto de gozar o disfrutar una cosa.


Track and field official

Track and field athletics officials or track and field athletics technical officials are referees responsible for judging the various events within track and field. They can be sub-divided into four main groups: field judges, track judges, timekeepers, and starters. While most are versatile over the course of a season, they are given specific assignments to focus on during the course of a meet. At a high level meet there might be, for example; an official to call the athletes and record their results, one or more officials to watch the circle or jumping line, one or more officials to mark the landing spot, one to operate a wind game and one to watch the time limit for the athlete. New electronic devices for timing, measurement or other technological operations might require additional specialists. And ultimately there is a referee to supervise that all are performing to the proper specifications according to the rules; and to make on the spot decisions when there is a controversial issue to settle.

Within the United Kingdom, athletics officials are governed by UK Athletics, within the United States, the supervising body is USATF. In other countries it is usually supervised by the National Governing Body to finish the race from start to end....etc..