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Friday, October 29, 2004
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In this issue:
- H2H Relay - truck drivers and swampers needed
- World Anti-Doping Agency
- 2004 BC Athletics Annual Awards Nominations deadline - November
- Canadian team wins North American five kilometre race
- BC Games Society - event manager position
- 2004 BC Cross Country Championships
- 2004 Western Canada Coaching Symposium in Athletics - November 26
- 28 2004
From the BCA office
Cross Country & Trail Running
Courses, Clinics, Camps & Seminars
FROM THE BCA OFFICE
BC ATHLETE ASSISTANCE 2004/2005
Deadline: Friday, November 12, 2004
Program Overview and Application Form: www.bcathletics.org/bcaap0405.pdf
For further information please contact Peter Ogilvie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WORLD ANTI-DOPING AGENCY
See the following link for:
1. 2005 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods
2. 2005 Monitoring Program (substances being monitored by WADA in order to
detect patterns of misuse in sport.
3. 2005 Summary of Modifications vis-a-vis 2004 Prohibited List
INTERESTED IN HELPING OUT WITH BC SCHOOL SPORTS
You can make a difference! This is a much needed call to all alumni,
current athletes, parents and coaches that would be willing to donate a
couple of hours per week (March till June 2005) to help develop a coaching
assistance program for our school sports system.
Please email Peter Ogilvie - email@example.com
at BC Athletics if you are wanting to take part in this program for 2005.
- Please indicate the city/region you live in.
- Please indicate if you'd like to help in an elementary, middle or
- Please indicate the event group area (i.e. - distance, sprints &
hurdles, throws, jumps) you wish to help in.
- Please indicate the level of certification you currently have or
please indicate if you want to help but haven't any formal
- Please indicate if you have experience in the Run, Jump, Throw
- Please indicate your contact details (i.e. - current phone number,
email, address & fax)
- Please indicate what days and hours best suit your schedule.
2004 BC ATHLETICS ANNUAL AWARDS NOMINATIONS
NOMINATIONS DEADLINE - NOVEMBER 30, 2004
On-Line and printable forms are on the website for the following:
2004 BC Athletics Athlete of the Year Awards
Nominees in the following 3 categories must meet the age requirement in
2004 for the category nominated:
Juvenile: Ages 16 and 17; Junior: Ages 18 and 19; Senior: Ages 20 to
39; Masters: Ages 40+
Cross Country Awards
Male and Female - Juvenile Junior Senior and Master age divisions
Road Running Awards
Male and Female - Junior, Senior and Master age divisions
Track & Field Awards
Male and Female - Juvenile, Junior, Senior and Master age divisions
Athletes with Disabilities (Nominees may of any age)
- Male and Female - Physical/Sensory Challenged
- Male and Female - Mentally Challenged
Outstanding Male and Female over all ages & all categories above
2004 BC Athletics Excellence in Coaching Awards
Coaches may be nominated in only one category:
- Junior Development Coach: Coaching athletes from 9 to 15 years of age
Senior Coach: Coaching athletes 16 & over, none of whom were selected
to a Canadian Senior Team in 2004
High Performance Coach: Coaching athletes selected to Canadian teams in
2004 BC Athletics Executive of the Year Award
Outstanding Individual/Group who made a significant contribution in
2004 at the Provincial and/or National Level
The following awards are coordinated by the committee noted:
BC Athletics Officials Committee:
- Official of the Year
Mary Temple Memorial Award
Ralph Coates Memorial Award
Dave Copland Award
BC Athletics Heritage Committee:
- BC Athletics Hall of Fame Award
CANADIAN TEAM WINS NORTH AMERICAN FIVE KILOMETRE RACE
Emilie Mondor leads Canada to first ever team win at North American
five kilometer race
ATHLETICS CANADA 2004 CALL FOR AWARD NOMINEES
Deadline: October 31, 2004
Nominations are welcomed by everyone in the athletics community but need
to be endorsed by members of a branch or committee.
Athletics Canada is seeking nominations for the 2004 awards. Following
are titles and categories of awards in which we are seeking nominations.
Further details regarding the specifics of the award are available at the
following link: www.athleticscanada.com/article.asp?id=745.
Please note nominees should include both able bodied and athletes with
Jack W. Davies Trophy - Outstanding Overall Athlete
F.N.A. Rowell Trophy - Top Athlete in Field Events
Dr. Fred Tees Memorial Trophy - Top Canadian University Athlete
Myrtle Cook Trophy - Top Female Youth Athlete
Cal D. Bricker Memorial Trophy - Top Athlete in Jumping Events
Fred Begley Memorial Trophy - Top Marathon and Race Walk Athlete
Phil Edwards Memorial Trophy - Top Athlete in Track Events
Eric E. Coy Memorial Trophy - Top Athlete in Throwing Events
Junior Athlete of the Year Trophy - Outstanding Junior Athlete of the Year
Please forward all nominations to the attention of:
Ivonne Shoucair, Marketing and Events Coordinator
Phone: (613) 260-5580 x 3311
Fax: (613) 260-0341
Address: 300-2197 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, ON K1H 7X3
When submitting nominations please include a citation setting out the
qualifications of the nominee including the athlete's event, performances
and location of performances justifying the nomination.
The final decision on the awarding of the trophy shall be made by the
Rules Committee of Athletics Canada.
Thank you for your assistance in recognizing Canada's top athletes.
2005 CANADA GAMES BC TEAM SELECTION CRITERIA AND STANDARDS
2005 IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Canadian Blind Records
Canadian Wheelchair Records
World Records (Athletes with disabilities)
HOSTING OF THE 2005 CANADIAN PARALYMPIC TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTENT
Athletics Canada is the national sport governing body for track and
field, cross country and road running in Canada. Our purpose is to support
high performance athletics excellence at the world level and to provide
leadership in developmental athletics to provide leadership, development
and competition that ensure world-level performance in athletics. Our key
event properties are the best opportunity to showcase our sport and raise
awareness and interest in our programs and services, and therefore must be
planned and presented in a professional manner. The organizers selected to
host the events must be willing to work in close partnership with
Athletics Canada to meet and exceed expectations in this regard.
We currently seek suitable host organizations for the 2005 Canadian
Paralympic Track and Field Championships.
LETTER OF INTENT AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION
Athletics Canada invites interested parties to submit a Letter of
Intent to host the 2005 Canadian Paralympic Track and Field Championships.
Please note that The Championships are tentatively scheduled for July
24-26, 2005. All Letters of Intent must be submitted with the following
- Championship name;
- Name and location of facility/event;
- Commitment to work in close partnership with Athletics Canada and
its corporate and funding partners in hosting and presenting all
aspects of the event;
- Provincial branch endorsement;
SUBMISSION DEADLINE AND ADDRESS
The Letter of Intent to advise Athletics Canada of interest in hosting
any of these championships must be received by Athletics Canada no later
than Friday, November 5, 2004.
Letters of Intent along with all required supporting documentation must
be submitted either by mail or by e-mail to:
Marketing and Events Coordinator
2197 Riverside Drive, Suite 300
Ottawa (Ontario) K1H 7X3
BC GAMES SOCIETY - EVENT MANAGER
The BC Games Society is a not-for-profit, volunteer based society whose
role it is to provide an opportunity for the development of athletes,
coaches and officials in preparation for higher levels of competition in a
multi-sport event which promotes interest and participation in sport and
sporting activities, individual achievement and community development.
Accountable to the President and CEO, the successful candidate will
work closely with colleagues and key volunteer groups to provide event
management services, leadership and support in key areas of the BC Summer
Games and the BC Seniors Games. Duties will include monitoring /
maintaining levels of service to partner organizations to ensure the
highest level of Games are staged, reviewing / updating written materials
and volunteer management.
Salary commensurate with experience and a competitive benefits package
are available to the successful candidate. If you are a highly motivated
individual with outstanding inter-personal, communications, and time
management skills and have an appropriate combination of education /
experience in multi-sport games and volunteer management and are able to
travel year round within BC (30% of the time), please submit your resume
and three references prior to 4:00 pm, Friday, November 5, 2004 to:
BC Games Society
#200 - 990 Fort St.
Victoria BC V8V 3K2
Please note we will not accept faxed or emailed applications.
H2H RELAY - TRUCK DRIVERS AND SWAMPERS NEEDED
November 6th (Saturday) & 7th (Sunday)
Remuneration - $100/day - 2 meals - accommodation in Harrison Hot Springs
or by phone beginning Sunday, October 31st at (604) 318-3493
CROSS COUNTRY & TRAIL RUNNING
2004 BC ATHLETICS CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS:
FRASER VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
October 27, 2004- Blue Mountain Park/Como Lake Middle School.
900 students ran including 170 senior girls and 250 senior boys.
Results link should be available shortly at: www.sardissecondary.ca/crosscountry.html
COURSES, CLINICS, CAMPS & SEMINARS
COACHING CERTIFICATION 2004/2005
Any coaches interested in upgrading their current coaching level(s) or
new coaches wanting to become certified during late 2004 and 2005, should
email Peter Ogilvie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include the following information:
- the city/ region you live in.
- the event group area (i.e. - distance, sprints & hurdles,
throws, jumps) you wish to take the coaching level course in.
- the level of course you wish to take
- the current coaching level you have (or please indicate if you are
new to coaching)
- your contact details (i.e. - current phone number, email, address
THE NEW NCCP PROGRAM
If you are looking for more information or Posters with regards to the
new NCCP Program, please go to the CABC website:
NCCP COACHING CERTIFICATION
For additional information on courses offered, contact Brian McCalder
or go to the website at www.bcathletics.org/main/education.htm#coached.
NCCP THEORY COURSES FALL 2004
For information please phone 604-467-4675 or visit www.westcoastkinesiology.com
or go to CABC web-site www.coaches.bc.ca/.
To register please phone 604-467-7322.
2004 NCCP THEORY COURSES - MAPLE RIDGE RECREATION CENTRE
NCCP Theory Courses Winter/Spring 2004
NCCP Coaching Theory Level I and II:
Intro to Competition B:
Level II: Theory 13.5 hours 2 Sessions
Sunday, Dec 5 at 9:00 am - 4:30pm/Saturday, Dec 11 at 9:00 am - 4:30pm
(57066) Dec. 5, 11 $145.00 (GST incl.)
Location: Maple Ridge Leisure Centre (West Coast Kinesiology Clinic) 11925
Haney Place, Maple Ridge
For more information please phone 604-467-4675 or visit our web-site at
or go to CABC web-site www.coaches.bc.ca/
To register please phone 604-467-7322.
2004 WESTERN CANADA COACHING SYMPOSIUM IN ATHLETICS
November 26 - 28 2004
Registration deadline - November 19, 2004
Level I Athletics
Levels II & III Jumps
Level II Sprints & Hurdles
Level 2 Distance
Details can be found at:
For more information please contact:
11759 Groat Rd
Edmonton Alberta T5M 3K6
Tel: 780-427-8792 Fax: 780-427-8899
LEVEL III COACHING CLINICS
Disciplines: Distance - Instructor: Claude Berube
Sprints / Hurdles - Instructor: Glenn Bruce
Dates: 8 am-8 pm, November 27, 2004 Place: Max Bell Centre
8 am-4 pm, November 28, 2004 University of Manitoba
Remaining Hours will be covered at Winnipeg Boeing track meet, March
Registration Date: November 19, 2004
Please send registration and make cheques payable to:
200 Main Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4M2
For more information:
PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY
On behalf of PacificSport Regional Sport Centre, we would like to
invite you to participate in the first 'Coaches Breakfast' located in Rm.
106 at 1367 W. Broadway, on the day of November 5th 2004. Coaches of NCCP
levels 1-3 are invited to listen and learn from the knowledge and
experiences offered by a NCI graduate and NCCP Level 4 Coach. The
generosity of having a higher-level coach allows for our young and
upcoming coaches to share together what they have learned in their years,
coaching within the school and community, and being able to reflect on how
they have conducted their work towards what is expected at a higher level.
Please take this opportunity and join us for muffins and coffee.
Who: Frank Reynolds
- Currently Senior Coach, NorWesters Track & Field Club (since
- NCI Diploma Graduate and NCCP Level 4 Coach
- Treasurer of BC Blind Sport and Coaching Association of BC
- Chair of the Athletics Commission for Canadian Blind Sports Athletic
- Speaker and advocate for improvements to our sport delivery system.
When: November 5th 2004, 7:30am - 9:00am
Where: 1367 W. Broadway in Rm. 106 (1st floor at back)
RSVP is required as attendance is limited. Please confirm by emailing
Stan Chiu at email@example.com
* Please note that your attendance and contribution to filling out a 5
minute questionnaire (optional) during the 'breakfast' will enter you into
a random draw for a Travel Grant Bursary. Winner will be notified on
November 15th 2004.
RACEWALKING, DISTANCE RUNNING AND STEEPLECHASE CLINIC
Where: Nanaimo Track
When: Saturday November 6th, 2004
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Presented by: Comox Valley Cougars
Race walking clinic with Canadian National level and Olympic
participant, Arturo Huerta. Arturo participated in the race walk
competition in the 2000 Olympics and now resides in Victoria. He and
fellow race walker Helen Jacques will be providing coaching expertise for
race walk athletes. Comox Valley Cougar distance and race walking coach,
Kate Brooker, will also share in the coaching of race walkers.
Comox Valley Cougar coach Tony Dickson will be coaching athletes in
distance running and steeplechase. Focus will be on running technique and
Fruit snacks will be provided for this clinic. Athletes are encouraged
to bring their own water bottles and appropriate attire for rain or shine
weather (also, bring training spikes if you have them).
The fee for this clinic is $10 (payable at the start of the clinic).
Participants MUST pre-register no later than Thursday Nov. 4th. Please
contact Christine Morfitt through email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or through phone at (250) 338-4191 to register or if you have further
RUNNING TECHNIQUES & EFFICIENCIES AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CORE
Pacific Road Runners, in conjunction with BC Athletics, presents a free
2-hour seminar, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Monday, November 22, 2004 at the
Roundhouse Community Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews (Pacific Blvd @ Davie
Seating is limited: please arrive early. No advance registration.
Running is practiced, but is not usually taught as a skill. Like any
other movement, the act of running is a skill that can be refined, trained
Stephen Symon (MSc Exercise Physiology), marathoner (2:37:20 PB) and
Ironman triathlete will focus on some of the physical, physiological and
biomechanical factors that form the basis for good running technique and
efficiency of movement. The goal of the information he will be presenting
is to help you achieve faster and freer running and avoid injuries.
Wendy Epp, a respected sports physiotherapist and competitive
recreational athlete will explain how core strength is one of the more
important factors for good running technique and how a strong core will
reduce your risk of injury. Wendy will focus on the need for core strength
and provide you with some practical exercises and running drills to
improve your core strength and support the goal of faster and freer
running and avoiding injuries.
Upon completion of the question and answer segment of the seminar, draw
prizes will be presented courtesy of Forerunners.
2004/2005 WINTER ROAD RUNNING PERFORMANCE CLINIC "INTERVAL
SEPTEMBER 29, 2004 TO APRIL 27, 2005
John Hill, winner of the Vancouver International Marathon in 1978 leads
the clinic. PR: 2:18 for the marathon and 29.22 for 10km (on track).
Experienced and fully certified Level 2 coach of elite and recreational
athletes with a minor in Kinesiology.
For further information, a clinic brochure and an on-line registration
form please go to
FALL MARATHON TRAINING CLINIC STARTS NOVEMBER 6
This marathon training clinic is for recreational runners wanting to
train and compete in the upcoming 2005 Vancouver International Marathon,
May 1, 2005. This clinic offers a shift in traditional marathon training,
as our approach will focus on the development of an athlete's consistent
or average race pace rather than the accumulation of total volume of
mileage per week.
The program is led by Carey Nelson, former Canadian National Team
Member, coach with Metro Athletic Club and a leading marathon authority in
British Columbia. Carey has run competitively for Canada over 20 times,
including in the '88 and '96 Olympics, in the 5,000 metre and marathon
runs, respectively. He also won the '91 Houston Marathon in 2:12:28.
Author of "The Five Easy Steps to Heart Rate Monitor Running".
For more details, download our information flyer: www.metroathleticclub.com/PDF/Marathon
To download a copy of the registration form: www.metroathleticclub.com/PDF/Marathon
Training Clinic - Rego Form.pdf
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada
The Western Canada Chapter Team In Training program is currently
seeking running and walking coaches for our upcoming season who are based
in the Lower Mainland. If you're interested in working with a great
organization, helping dedicated athletes reach their fitness goals, and
want to have a good time this is a great opportunity for you.
Please forward a cover letter to Alicia Rempel by e-mail email@example.com
before November 4 2004.
B.C. ATHLETICS OFFICIALS' COMMITTEE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Sunday, November 21, 2004
Madison's Restaurant, 2nd floor 33305 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford, B.C.
9:30 a.m. Coffee 10:00 a.m. Meeting Start
Elections: the term of office for the following people ends November
- April Arsene: November 2004
- Ina Wallace: November 2004
- Keith Newell: November 2004
- Kathy Terlicher: November 2004
- Shirley Young: November 2004
- Al McLeod: November 2004
OFFICIALS AGM LOOKING FOR DOOR PRIZES
The Branch Officials Committee is looking for donations to be given out
as door prizes at the Officials AGM to be held November 21, 2004. Clubs or
members of BC Athletics are asked to contact Shirley Young at firstname.lastname@example.org
or give their donations to a BC Athletics Official.
"THREE WAVES" Newsletter from PacificSport - the BC Sport
2004 CANADIAN CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Technical Information Package
XCountry Champs - Info Package(Sep 13).pdf
CALL FOR MASTERS COMMITTEE MEMBERS
UBC CHILDHOOD ASTHMA STUDY
The PATHways project is a study of childhood asthma at the University
of British Columbia in Vancouver. We are in search of youth with asthma
(ages 9-18) to participate with a parent. This is an opportunity for
children and teens that have been diagnosed with asthma to participate in
research, get feedback about their health, and earn $50 for each visit up
to a total of $425 over 2 years.
Through placing information about our study in the BC Athletics
Bulletin, we are hoping to recruit families of asthmatic youth who may be
coping with their asthma while engaging in physical activities. If you are
interested, please contact the PATHways project at 604-822-5463 or by
ABORIGINAL SPORT CIRCLE INVITES NOMINATIONS FOR ATHLETE AND COACHING
The Aboriginal Sport Circle, Canada's National Voice for Aboriginal
Sport and Recreation has recognized Outstanding Male and Female Coaches
and Athletes for over four years through the Tom Longboat Awards and
National Aboriginal Coaching Awards.
You are invited to nominate outstanding Aboriginal Athletes and Coaches
who are making a difference. The awards will be presented in February 2005
in Ottawa. National winners of the awards receive a $500 cash bursary,
trophy, medallion & apparel in recognition of their contributions. The
deadline for Nominations is January 14, 2005.
Go to www.aboriginalsportcircle.ca
to view/download the nomination forms. Or for a hard copy or more
Manager, Coaching & Leadership
Aboriginal Sport Circle
2004 BC ROAD RUNNING RANKINGS
BC COMMUNITIES INVITED TO BID TO HOST BC GAMES
The BC Games Society announced today that bids to host the 2008 and
2010 BC Summer and BC Winter Games are now being accepted. Bid packages
for BC's largest multi-disciplinary organized competitions were sent to
community mayors and regional districts across BC. The deadline for
submission of completed bids from potential host communities is February
"The BC Games are a positive investment in communities," said
Kelly Mann, President and CEO of the BC Games Society. "Government,
businesses and volunteers come together in the spirit of sport and
contribute to an event which generates an economic impact of approximately
$1.2 million from the BC Winter Games and $2.2 million from the BC Summer
The City of Port Alberni is the only community in BC to have hosted
four BC Games events, including the recent 2004 BC Winter Games. Mayor Ken
McRae understands the benefits. "The BC Games created a network
volunteers, inspired our young athletes, and contributed to first class
facilities. Through the BC Games our community acquired the infrastructure
and talent necessary to accomplish great things."
From the local playground to the Olympic and Paralympic podiums, the BC
Games are part of the rich fabric of sport and physical activity in BC.
"BC's best developing athletes and coaches attend the Games on their
path to athletic excellence," said the Honourable John Les, Minster
of Small Business and Economic Development and the Minister responsible
for amateur sport. "Our goal in this province is to continue to
provide the strongest amateur sports system in the country as we prepare
for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games."
Since 1978, the BC Games Society has staged the BC Summer and BC Winter
Games. Over the 26-year history, the Games have been hosted in 37
communities around BC and have involved 100,000 athletes representing
every region of the province.
For detailed information on the BC Games bid process and the associated
documents please visit www.bcgames.org.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COMMUNITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
Deadline - November 15, 2004
For full details:
Directors in November. Please forward any questions/comments to Sam
Collier at email@example.com.
2005 BC ATHLETICS MEMBERSHIP FEES
The 2005 BC Athletics membership fees, as voted on and passed at the
2004 BC Athletics Annual General Meeting, are outlined at the link below.
This fee structure came into effect as of October 1, 2004 with any
memberships applied for with an application date of October 1st or later
applied to the 2005 membership year. Detailed information, forms and
membership fees for 2005 are available at: www.bcathletics.org/main/membership.htm#terms
2005 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
BC Athletics is looking for volunteers to take on a division of the
annual BC Athletics Calendar of Events. You will be asked to manage and
update this year's 2004 and compile event data for the 2005 calendar. An
Excel file of the 2004 calendar document will be provided. Divisions
1.) Track & Field
2.) Cross Country
3.) Road Running & Road Relays
5.) Ultra & trail
For further information please contact Jerry Tighe at firstname.lastname@example.org or
NEW BC ATHLETICS DAY OF EVENT MEMBERSHIP FEE
BC Athletics Day of Event Membership Fee Sharing - New Schedule -
effective April 1, 2004
The BC Athletics Board of Directors reviewed the Executive committee
proposal and alternative proposals from both Maurice Wilson and Frank
Stebner. The Board wishes to thank these members and others who may have
contributed for their ideas and support on this matter.
The new Day of Event fee sharing schedule is as follows:
- The calculations are based on the number of Day of Event Members
entered in your event. (Those who are not registered annual members
[current] of BC Athletics or another Provincial/Territorial, State or
National Athletics Association.)
- To support this BC Athletics provides to all sanctioned event
organizers, a list of eligible members and an update to that list
prior to the event. For those from another province, territory, state
or national athletics association, they should verify membership with
their valid association membership card. If they are not members of
their provincial, territorial, state or national athletics association
then they can become BC Athletics Day of Event members.
- The new Day of Event Membership Fee sharing schedule is:
||Number of Day of Event
|Fees Retained by Event
||Fees Remitted to
||The first 500
||$1.00 per Day of Event Mbr.
||$2.00 per Day of Event Mbr.
||The next 500
||$1.25 per Day of Event Mbr.
||$1.75 per Day of Event Mbr.
||The next 1000
||$1.50 per Day of Event Mbr.
||$1.50 per Day of Event Mbr.
||The next 2000
||$1.75 per Day of Event Mbr.
||$1.25 per Day of Event Mbr.
||$2.00 per Day of Event Mbr.
||$1.00 per Day of Event Mbr.
- Associated with the new fee schedule is also a scale of
Value-In-Kind Benefits linked to each Step of the new schedule.
The value in-kind or soft benefits component of a new schedule of BC
Athletics Day of Event membership fee sharing would apply and have benefit
for both the Sanctioned Event and BC Athletics/Divisions.
The in-kind benefits to Club/Event Organizing Committee and BC
Athletics (the Divisions of) from sanctioned events are to be linked to
the Day of Event Membership fee retained by the sanctioned event and that
returned to BC Athletics. The guiding principles are:
- that the more retained by the sanctioned event the more the event
can provide to grow their participation and/or quality of their event;
- that the more that is retained by the event, the greater the value
in-kind benefits to the association/division within the event.
The following will developed and linked to the steps in the new Fee
For the sanctioned events the benefits, financial and in-kind benefits
(in addition to the standard benefits already provided) include and in no
- an incentive to help grow participation in the event through the
establishment of a new sharing formula for the day of event membership
- enabling prize money or enhanced prize money through the retaining
of more day of event membership revenue, based on a new sharing
- sport promotional information - provided by the association and put
in participants event/race packages;
- for member clubs, information on where to get location and contact
information - provided by the association and put in participants
- for children and families - information on kids programs - provided
by the association and put in participants event/race packages;
- provision for the display and distribution of event information
brochures at the BC Athletics booth at event expos;
- a review of the electronic version of the Calendar of Events which
includes the consideration of the idea for a two tiered calendar:
- the first calendar being only those events that are sanctioned
by BC Athletics and other Prov/Terr or Nat'l Athletics
- the second calendar - linked from the first calendar, would be
the full calendar of all events, with the highlighting and bolding
as is currently presented;
- a calendar of events listing fee for non sanctioned events;
- a partnership with the divisions of the association to provide
assistance for regional level seminars and/or guest speakers in
conjunction with a sanctioned event in that region.
These value-in-kind benefits will be linked in a progressive format to
provide more to the event as the Day of Event Membership participation
increases and as a result more of the Day of Event membership revenue is
retained by the Club/Event Organizing Committee.
For BC Athletics/Divisions of the value-in-kind benefits to be linked
to the steps in the new Fee Sharing Schedule include and in no particular
- association/division information - in participants event/race
- information on clubs - where to get location and contact information
- in participants event/race package;
- Athletics (the sport) promotional material that is specific to
various parts of the sport e.g. road running - in participants
- information on kids programs - in participants event/race package;
- association division logo on event entry forms/information packages;
- signage at sanctioned events;
- booth space at event expo and/or the event;
- recognition at some level as a sponsor or supporter of the
- designation of Day of Event revenue retained by the club to go to
prize money in the event;
association/division representative participation in event awards
presentations - as appropriate.
These value-in-kind benefits will be linked in a progressive format to
provide more exposure to BC Athletics/Divisions in the event as the Day of
Event Membership participation increases and as a result less Day of Event
membership revenue per person is returned to BC Athletics.
The materials referenced in the above value-in-kind benefits would be a
responsibility of the association.
MAJOR AND UPCOMING EVENTS SANCTIONED BY BC ATHLETICS
Details, direct links and contacts
For complete listings of upcoming events (BC sanctioned events
highlighted in yellow) with contact information:
Track & Field
Road Relays & Ultra
Cross Country and Trail Running
see Track & Field above
Track & Field
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