2008 PSG Team Registration Details
2008 Pacific School Games Team Registration Now Closed
Team registrations for the 2008 Pacific School Games closed on 16 October 2008.
Changes caused by injury, illness, etc will only be accepted from the recognised State/Territory/Country contact responsible for the team registration. Registration changes must be made directly through the PSG office in order to ensure these are reflected in the2008 PSG registration system and the sports competition software.
The 2008 PSG will supply team management with the relevant documentation.
If you have missed the team registration deadline, please contact Jane McCarty at the 2008 PSG office (email@example.com ).
Team officials are advised that a recent passport sized photo will be required for all adults officially accompanying each team (coaches, managers, etc) for their 2008 PSG accreditation passes. Photos should be submitted electronically when registering via this online process.
Restricted facilities will be in place at the 2008 PSG Registration and Accreditation Centre to photograph team officials who have not previously submitted a photo for their official 2008 PSG accreditation pass. Officials utilising this service at the registration centre should realise that this will delay the registration process.
Officials utilising this service at the registration centre should realise that this will delay the registration process.
Please note: Accreditation will not be provided to parents, private coaches or other spectators travelling with the team who have no official team status.
Team Registration Information
In 2008, the All Schools Championships will be incorporated into the Pacific School Games with competitors attending as part of their State/Territory team. Track & Field teams are being organised jointly by the State School Sports Associations and the Athletics Australia member bodies in each State.
Please note, individual entries will not be accepted for the 2008 PSG. All competitors must attend as a member of their State/Territory/Country team.
All registered competitors and team officials will have to collect their accreditation tags at the 2008 PSG Registration and Accreditation Centre at the indoor arena of the National Hockey Centre from 28 November 2008.
Each competitor in the 2008 PSG will be required to pay a competitor levy of AUS$150 excluding GST. Australian State and Territory competitors will need to pay AUS$165 to cover GST. Under a ruling from the Australian Taxation Office, international competitors are exempt from GST on this levy.
The competitor levy must be paid before the Opening Ceremony and the commencement of competition on 30 November 2008. Teams who have not paid the competitor levy for all competitors will not be permitted to participate in the 2008 PSG ceremonies and sporting competitions until the fee is paid.
Following the close of entries, all teams will be invoiced for the full amount of competitor levies for the number of competitors they have entered for the 2008 PSG.
These will be payable before 30 November 2008 via bank cheque or EFT. Details of payment procedures will be provided directly to the organisation responsible for management of participating teams.
Last updated on:20 October 2008