This is a great start!
A few notes:
- Most of the stuff below is to avoid whining from competitors during and after the events
- Add the complete address, city, state, zip for those using GPS.
- Do you have a website URL for more info or for last minute updates? Twitter is VERY useful for this. DLV in Atlanta and TTown tweet when races are cancelled or other news. It's very effective.
- In the Events section, list the "200M Sprint" as "Flying 200M Time Trial"
- Define how the Omnium will be scored (I can help you with this)
- Define if out-of-state or out-of-Region racers will be eligible for the championship.
- Define if individual event champions will be awarded medals. Meaning, "Regional Pursuit Champion", "Regional Points Race Champion" etc… like what is done at Nationals, Worlds, and Olympics. This makes people happy. You can still compute the Omnium winner as before. I *think* USA Cycling will provide extra medals for this. But, you'd have to ask them. If only the Omnium Championship is up for grabs, then this is an Omnium Championship event.
- If this is the case, explain that Category 5 racers are not eligible for mass start events (Points, Scratch, Chariot, Miss-n-out, Unknown). But, that's up to you.
- You have a good mix of Omnium and non-Omnium events to give those fighting for the omnium the option to sit out a race to rest.
- You should be explicit about all race distances (in lap count or distances) for the points, scratch, pursuit, and chariot races. I know this is a pain in the butt. But, it answers a ca-jillion questions before they get asked. i.e. Men's 1/2/3 40 lap points race, Women's 20 lap Points Race, or Men's 1/2/3 3K Lap Scratch, etc...
- You may not know the times that the races will take place, but you can set the order ahead of time. I.e.
--- Flying 200M All Categories
--- Junior 1 Lap Chariot
--- Men's Category 5 1 Lap Chariot
--- Women's 1 Lap Chariot
--- Master's 1 Lap Chariot
--- Men's Category 4 1 Lap Chariot
--- Men's Category 1/2/3 1 Lap Chariot
--- Junior 2K Pursuit
--- Women's 3K Pursuit
I know it's exhaustive, but it clears up any "when is it my turn?" confusion ahead of time.
- It's good that you have a long lunch break in case the morning session goes over time and it let's people who only want to do evening races know they can wait till 4PM to show up.
For excellent examples, check out how DLV does it: http://www.dicklanevelodrome.com/pag...aceseries.html