The 4J Studios Virtual Power Quad Challenge is a combined event of four individual challenges to test an athlete’s explosive power.
All four challenge events should be attempted consecutively, and the full Quad Challenge should be competed in approximately 60 minutes.
Athletes taking part will be able to submit their performances to the live online leaderboards that pit sprinters, throwers, jumpers and endurance athletes against one another.
As well as the best combined score over the full Power Quad, individual rankings for each of the four challenge events will also be available.
The four events making up the 4J Studios Virtual Power Quad Challenge are:
*Standing Long Jump
All four events should be completed back-to-back in the same session. Athletes can make as many attempts at the Quad as they wish during the competition window.
Who Can Take Part in the Virtual Power Quad?
The Quad Challenge is open to athletes in the U15 age group and above (U11 and U13 athletes should instead compete in the 4J Studios Virtual SUPERteams Challenge).
Age groups will be calculated as per the 202021 Track and Field Competition Year.
All athletes taking part in the Virtual Power Quad Challenge must also be up-to-date members of scottishathletics on the final day of the Challenge (Sunday 14 February 2021).
Entries must be made either by the individual through their scottishathletics membership portal or clubs can enter athletes within the club portal. Results will be submitted by the athlete directly to scottishathletics for scoring.
When Will the Virtual Power Quad Take Place?
GB and Scotland Combined Events international Andrew Murphy (photo by Bobby Gavin)