Dual Meet Record

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251 - 63  (.799)

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Richwoods Records

Entering 2016 Season

4x800 9:45.5 Lynch, Ivory, Wood, Robertson '90
4x100 :48.3 Detra, Marks, C. Nash, Yates '13
3200 10:51.7 Amy Guard '00
100H :14.2 Brenna Detra '13
100 :11.8 Alisha Smith '04
800 2:15.5 Hallema Ivory '91
4x200 1:42.6 Johnson, Mitchell, Ross, Thomas '08
400 :56.3 Brenna Detra '13
300H :42.6 Brenna Detra '13
1600 5:09.0 Amy Guard '00
200 :24.2 Brenna Detra '12
4x400 4:00.9 Jackson, Lynch, Huffman, Ivory '90
SP 40'10¼" Jewel Sanders '06
Disc 148' 7" Jewel Sanders '06
LJ 19' 0" Brenna Detra '13
TJ 38' 5" Donielle Ross '08
HJ 5' 7" Alex Starks '07
PV 8' 8" Natalie Robbins '09

2016 IHSA Class AA

Qualifying Standards

4x800 9:52.80
4x100 :50.40
3200 11:37.20
100 H :15.90
100 :12.80
800 2:23.30
4x200 1:47.50
400 1:00.00
300 H :47.70
1600 5:20.90
200 :26.30
4x400 4:09.10
Shot Put 37' 11"
Discus 112' 2"
 Long Jump 16' 11.5"
Triple Jump 34' 9"
High Jump 5' 1"
 Pole Vault 9' 7"

 

General Ankle Anatomy 

More in depth information may be found on our site discussing sprains  and their treatment as well as specific directions for the taping of ankles.

Since tweaks, sprains and other minor nagging injuries to the ankles are particularly prevalent in track a general overview of the anatomy of the ankle is included here. There are numerous sites which are readily accessible online to provide in depth, quality information`related to the subject. At the time of publishing in 2011, among the most informative and user friendly we have found is the website of Skill Builders Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre of Barrie, Ontario, Canada. In the box to the right labelled Outside Links we have included links to several pages of their site which are relevant to this page. We also have included an additional link to another useful site, eOrthopod for additional information.

The ankle is normally a stable joint.

Structural material includes:

  • Bones
  • Ligaments
  • Tendons
  • Muscles
  • Nerves
  • Blood vessels
  • .Articular cartilage

The surfaces of the joint are

  • Dorsal - top of the foot
  • Plantar - sole of the foot
  • Lateral - the outer side
  • Medial - inner side.

Bones involved

  • Talus
    • fits inside socket formed by the tibia and the fibula.
    • sits atop the calcaneus
    • mobility of the talus allows the foot to move
  • Calcaneus
    • the heelbone
  • Tibia bottom end
    • the shin - which is the larger bone of the lower leg
  • Fibula bottom end
    • the smaller bone on the outer lower leg

 Movement

  • Dorsiflexion - upward foot movement
  •  Plantarflexion - downward foot movement
  • Eversion - side to side movement

Articular Cartilage

  • Bone contacs covered with 1/4" of smooth material allowing bones to move easily

Ligaments and tendons

  • Similar groupings of small collagen fibers
  • Bundled together to form rope-like structures
  • Various sizes with thickness determining strength.

Ligaments

  • Attach bones to bones
  • Lateral ankle contains three ligaments
    •  anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL)
    • calcaneofibular ligament(CFL)
    • posterior talofibular ligament (PTFL)
  • Medial ankle contains
    •  deltoid ligament.
  • Ankle syndesmosis (fibula and tibia meeting area contains a series of three ligament groups
    • anterior inferior tibiofibular ligament (AITFL)
      • crosses just above the front of the ankle connecting tibia to fibula,
    • posterior fibular ligaments
      • attach across back of tibia and fibula
      • the posterior inferior tibiofibular ligament (PITFL
      • transverse ligament
    • interosseous ligament
      • between tibia and fibula
      • long sheet of connective tissue joining length of tibia and fibula, from knee to ankle.
  • Ligaments surrounding the ankle form part of the joint capsule
    • watertight sac around joints made up of the ligaments around the joint and the soft tissues between the ligaments that fill in the gaps and form the sac.

Tendons

  • Attach muscles to bones
  •  Achilles
    • attaches calf muscles to calcaneus
    • allows raising up on toes
  • Posterior tibial
    • attaches one of the smaller calf muscles to underside of foot
    • allows turning foot inward
  • Anterior tibial tendon
    •   allows raising foot
  • Peroneal,
    • two tendons run behind lateral malleolus (outer bump of the ankle)
    • turn foot down and out

Muscles

  • Lower leg muscles whose tendons pass by ankle and connect in the foot cause most foot motion
  • Peroneals
    • peroneus longus
    • peroneus brevis
    • on outer ankle and foot
  • Calf muscles
    • gastrocnemius
    • soleus)
    • connect to calcaneus by the Achilles tendon
  • Posterior tibialis
    • supports the arch and helps turn the foot inward
  • Anterior tibialis
    • pulls the ankle upward.

Nerves

  • Pass the ankle on way into foot
  • Tibial nerve
    •  runs behind medial malleolus
  •  Nerve crosses front of ankle to top of foot
  • Nerve passes along outer ankle.
  • The nerves on front and outer ankle control muscles in area, and give sensation to top and outside of foot

Blood vessels

  • Ankle gets blood from arteries passing ankle on way to foot
  • Dorsalis pedis
    • runs in front of ankle to top of foot
  • Posterior tibial artery
    • runs behind medial malleolus
    • sends smaller blood vessels to the inside ankle
  • Less important arteries enter foot from other directions also supply blood to ankle
 

 


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