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Friday, December 17, 2004
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- BC sweeps team titles at the Canadian Cross Country Championships
- Jane Swan among 2005 inductees in the BC Sports Hall of Fame
- BC Athletics office closure over the holidays
- Hammer handle rule deferred
- True Gold Athletics Program
- 2005 BC Athletics Silent Auction looking for donations
- Shane Niemi looks back
- Canadian Olympic Committee calls for applications for
International Olympic Academy in Olympia, Greece
- Arthur Lydiard runs his last race
FROM THE BCA OFFICE
BC ATHLETICS OFFICE CLOSURE OVER THE HOLIDAYS
The BC Athletics office will be closed from Thursday, December 23, 2004
(Noon) and will re-open Tuesday, January 4, 2005.
Brian, Jerry, Peter and Sam would like to take this opportunity to wish
you and yours the very best over the holidays and we look forward to
seeing you all in the new year.
TRUE GOLD ATHLETICS PROGRAM
BC Athletics is very pleased to announce the formal partnering with
some of Vancouver Islands leading Track & Field Coaches in their
development of True Gold Athletics - A BC Athletics Regional Development
Program. True Gold Athletics is an unaffiliated Vancouver Island Training
Group that provides growth and development opportunities for competitive
athletes in the Juvenile, Junior and Senior age categories and their
The services provided by True Gold Athletics are aimed at directly
helping athletes achieve their competitive goals on the way to realizing
their potential in the sport of Track & Field. The following services
are provided to athletes registered with the program:
- Weekly guided training group sessions.
- Annual training and competition plans.
- Guidance in delivering weekly training plans.
- Regular physical testing and monitoring.
- Video analysis.
- Competition and travel management outside the Vancouver Island Track
& Field Series.
- Coordination of at least three out-of-province competitions.
The program's coaches are:
Head Coach: Tony Dickson
Circle Throws: John Root
Javelin: Graham Morfitt
Sprints: John May
Hurdles: John May
Jumps: Tony Dickson
Multi Events: Tony Dickson
Distance: Kate Brooker
For more information on the program go to: http://groups.msn.com/TrueGoldAthletics/truegoldathletics.msnw
BC SWEEPS TEAM TITLES AT THE CANADIAN CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
2004 CANADIAN CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
The 2004 Canadian Cross Country Championships were held Saturday,
December 4 at Sunnybrook Park in Toronto, Ontario.
Congratulations to athletes and staff of British Columbia's provincial
team - who swept all 5 provincial team titles. Full results are located at
BC Team results:
JUNIOR WOMEN -- 1st
Shannon Elmer (85/UBC) -- 5th
Anita Campbell (87/VR) -- 13th
Meredith MacGregor (85/VR) -- 25th
Lisa Egami (88/VR) -- 27th
Adrienne Attorp (86/PATH) -- 39th
Kristen Kolstad (86/SFU) -- 41st
JUNIOR MEN -- 1st
Dylan Gant (86/SFU) -- 17th
Geoff Martinson (86/UVIC) -- 20th
Jeff Symonds (85/UBC) -- 27th
Ryan Keigher (86/VR) -- 38th
Graeme Hill (86/UVIC) -- 46th
Daniel Mallie (87/SOF) -- 54th
SENIOR WOMEN -- 1st
Malindi Elmore (80/U) -- 2nd
Leah Pells (64/CITY) -- 3rd
Courtney Inman (80/VR) -- 10th
Stephanie Mills (77/PATH) -- 14th
Meghan Day (71/PIH) -- 16th
Tiffany Evans (74/KAJ) -- 22nd
SENIOR MEN -- 1st
Ryan Hayden (82/KAJ) -- 5th
David Milne (79/PATH) -- 15th
Matt Johnston (78/VR) -- 17th
Steven Osaduik (79/U) -- 29th
Oliver Utting (73/U) -- 38th
Graham Wells (83/KAJ) -- 59th
MASTERS -- 1st ('Bluenose Trophy')
Maureen de St. Croix (KAJ) -- 1st (overall)
Nancy Tinari (PAA) -- 3rd
Rob Lonergan (HH) -- 4th
Rory Switzer (KRC) -- 8th
Paul Reimer (DAC) -- 17th
Cindy O'Krane (HH) -- 35th
Head Coach -- Sue Northey
Assistant Coach -- Al Johnston
Manager -- Thelma Wright
The IAAF World Cross Country Championships (www.athletics.ca/article.asp?id=4667)
will be held March 19-20, 2005, at St Etienne-St. Galmier, France; more
information to follow at a later date.
HAMMER HANDLE RULE DEFERRED
IAAF Council Meetings - December 04/05 2004 - Helsinki, Finland
Council agreed to defer the implementation of the rule, due to be
introduced January 1, 2005 until at least January 1, 2006, to allow
manufacturers to comply with the new requirements.
SPORT BC PRESIDENTS' AWARD
BC Athletics would like your nominations for the 11th Annual Sport BC
Presidents' Award. We are looking for a volunteer who represents the
spirit of volunteerism and whose dedication, energy, and commitment is so
critical to sport development. DEADLINE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2004
Please forward your nomination with a brief outline of their contributions
to the BC Athletics office at email@example.com.
JANE SWAN AMONG 2005 INDUCTEES IN THE BC SPORTS HALL OF FAME
Jane Swan will be inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in the
Builder category on April 28, 2005.
A physical education teacher by profession, she devoted her life to
creating opportunities for, and lauding the success of, young athletes
involved in track and field. Her legacy remains in the athletes and
programs she helped to develop and support.
ARTHUR LYDIARD RUNS HIS LAST RACE
2005 BC ATHLETICS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND AWARDS
2005 BC Athletics Annual General Meeting
January 21, 22, 23, 2005
& BC Athletics Annual Awards Banquet
January 22, 2005
The Executive Airport Plaza Hotel
7311 Westminster Highway, Richmond BC
2005 BC ATHLETICS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND AWARDS BANQUET
2005 BC ATHLETICS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Dates: January 22, 23, 24 2005
Location: Executive Airport Plaza Hotel
7311 Westminster Highway, Richmond BC
It is the intent of BC Athletics to use the website for the
dissemination of as much information, forms, updates etc. as possible. All
of the forms required for the BC Athletics Annual General Meeting and
Awards Banquet will be available on the website in on-line and .pdf
format. The website will be continually updated with forms and information
as they become available. Anyone requiring information/forms to be mailed
to them should contact the BC Athletics office.
Resolutions received after December 8th can only be brought forth on
the floor at the Annual General Meeting as recommendations to the Board of
2005 Resolutions Form - on line
2005 Resolutions - print
2005 BC ATHLETICS BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Board of Directors Election Information and Duties and
2005 BC Athletics Board of Directors Nomination Form - on line
2005 BC Athletics Board of Directors Nomination Form - print
Committee Reports to the 2005 BC Athletics Annual General Meeting
2004 Membership Report (Note: This report will be updated if
corrections are received)
Membership Report (Individual Memberships)
Yearly Comparison (All Types)
Voting Procedures & Vote Distribution BC Athletics 2005 Annual
Clubs are asked to review the 2004 membership numbers listed in the
document and contact BC Athletics if there are any corrections to be made.
2005 BC ATHLETICS SILENT AUCTION LOOKING FOR DONATIONS
BC Athletics is looking for items to include in the Silent Auction to be
held at the 2005 Awards Banquet. Clubs, Sponsors and Friends of BC
Athletics are encouraged to donate items to this worthy cause. Proceeds go
towards supporting youth, coaches and officials development programs in
Athletics. Items can be sent in to the BC Athletics prior to the banquet
or, can be brought to the AGM and banquet. Please contact BC Athletics
office at firstname.lastname@example.org
and let us know what items you can donate
NIEMI LOOKS BACK
(December 14, 2004 OTTAWA ) - Shane Niemi, one of Canada's most
prolific track and field athletes, decided to retire from track and field
in October of 2004 at the age of 26. Since 1998, Niemi dominated the 400
metre event in Canada, winning six straight Canadian championships in that
event from 1998 to 2003.
He enjoyed his best season in 2001, running his way to three gold
medals and a Canadian record. At the Canadian track and field
championships, he repeated as 400 metre champion for the fourth year in a
row, and also won gold in the 200 metres. Then, at the Francophone Games
in Ottawa, he set a national record running the 400 metres in a time of
44.86 seconds. This time stands as his career best and still remains as
the Canadian record, as well as the all-time Francophone Games record.
Niemi says that day in June in Ottawa was definitely one of the highlights
of his career.
"The top moment in my career would definitely have to be when I
ran 44.86 to win the Francophone Games in a games record and national
record. One other moment that stands out was in Manchester at the
Commonwealth Games where I ran 45.09 seconds to win the silver
In recent years, Niemi did the majority of his training at the Kamloops
Track and Field Club. He was fortunate to have the opportunity to work
with two of the best track coaches this country has known, Derek Evely and
Kevin Tyler. When reflecting on his career, Niemi is quick to credit these
two men, and others, who helped and supported him along the way.
"Most people have a main influence in their lives and for me there
are a number that helped me out more then I could ever imagine,"
Niemi said. "I would have never been able to do what I have done
without my coaches Derek Evely, Kevin Tyler, personal therapist Gerry
Ramogida and of course my family. These people have been the back bone of
my career and for that I thank them."
Although this wasn't the main factor in Shane's decision to retire, it
definitely played a role. "Everyone in track knows that you don't do
it for the money, you do it because you love it. Over the past year or so
I have felt like track has become a chore and haven't been having a lot of
fun with it. The final drawing card was not making the Olympic team. This
was the third Olympics that I've missed out on and I don't see any point
to carry on trying for them."
Niemi went on to say the biggest challenges facing amateur athletes in
Canada today are finding quality coaches and adequate training facilities.
"I think that today's Canadian amateur athletes face a number of
challenges," said Niemi. "First, there are only a handful of
quality coaches in this country. I have been lucky enough to have worked
with two of the best. Secondly, lack of funding. The carding is moving in
the right direction but it will take some time to get it where it needs to
be. Finally, the athletes need someone to stand up for them."
When asked about Minister Steven Owen's announcement to boost funding
for Canadian amateur sport by 30 million dollars this year, Niemi
commented that the majority of it should go towards facilities and hiring
quality coaches to work fulltime with Canada's future athletes.
Niemi is still living in Kamloops and is so far enjoying the changes
brought on by his decision to walk away from the track. However, when
asked, he did not rule out the possibility of a future return in some
aspect of the sport. "Right now I am going to enjoy all the things
that I have put on hold the past couple of years," he said. "I
want to spend a lot of time with my family. For the first time in a long
time I have a normal life, and for the time being I like it. I imagine
that if the right situation came along I might take it but they are far
and few between. Everyone knows that it is difficult in Canada to make a
living in the coaching world. I don't regret this move. I have been
fortunate enough to have met the most amazing girl and am happy, not
missing the track one bit."
So for now, track and field fans in Canada will have to be content with
the moments and memories Niemi provided in the past. There are many of
these to choose from in Shane Niemi's impressive career - the king of the
400 metres in Canada for the better part of six years.
CANADIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE CALLS FOR APPLICATIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL
OLYMPIC ACADEMY IN OLYMPIA, GREECE
Toronto, December 9, 2004 - The Canadian Olympic Committee is now
accepting applications for participants to attend the International
Olympic Academy's (IOA) 45th International Session for Young Participants
General Session) in Olympia , Greece. The session will take place July 27-
August 11, 2005.
The aim of the IOA is to create an international cultural centre in
Olympia, to preserve and spread the Olympic Spirit, and to study and
implement the educational and social principles of Olympism.
The Session for Young Participants is open only to participants between
the ages of 20 and 35 at the time of the Session (IOA policy). The main
topic is Olympism and the special topic is the Olympic and Paralympic
Games of Athens 2004. Candidates must have an understanding of Olympism
and demonstrate their active involvement in the Olympic movement. General
information on the IOA is available at www.ioa-sessions.org.
To learn more on how to apply, please find complete information
regarding the application process at www.olympic.ca/EN/education/academies.shtml#3.
Applications must be received at the COC Toronto office by 5:00 p.m. EST,
Friday, February 11, 2005. Selections will be made shortly thereafter and
the successful candidate(s) will be notified by March 4, 2005.
All expenses will be paid during the course of the IOA, however
delegates will be required to provide their own transportation to Toronto
or Montreal (the Canadian departure points for Olympic Airways flights to
Greece). Delegates will also be responsible for expenses incurred in
Athens prior to the official start and after the official end of the
For more information, contact:
Program Manager, Education
Canadian Olympic Committee
2004/2004 ATHLETE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (CARDING) NOMINATION LIST - FINAL
TEAM INVESTORS GROUP AMATEUR ATHLETE BURSARY APPLICATIONS NOW
AVAILABLE FROM ATHLETES CAN
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 email@example.com.
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
NCCP COACHING CERTIFICATION
Information regarding the new NCCP program can be found on the CABC
website: www.coaches.bc.ca/. 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.
Newsletters and links of interest
PODIUM - CANADIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE NEWSLETTER
VANOC JOB/CONTRACT LISTINGS
KAMLOOPS TRACK & FIELD CLUB COACHING CLINICS
The six informal clinics are intended for KAM club coaches but are open
to anyone who wishes to attend, free of charge. Anyone outside of the club
who is planning on attending should contact Derek Evely at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the Level II Throws clinic to be held in February 2005
requires pre-registration and forms will be available on the BC Athletics
website in the new year.
Dec. 18 2004, 9:00am - 11:00am Speed Theory
Jan. 8 2005, 9:00am - 11:00am Jumps Theory
Mar. 5 2005, 9:00am - 11:00am Jumps Technical
Mar. 19, 2005, 9:00am - 11:00am Throws Technical
Apr. 9, 2005, 9:00am - 11:00am Sprints & Relays Technical
Feb. 5/6 2005, 9:00am - 4:00pm Level 2 Throws Clinic - all coaches must
ETHICS - CBET-NCCP COURSE
New CBET - ETHICS Course
(1 - 3hr. Training Session) $55.00
December 7, 04
December 14, 04
December 20, 04
Location: SPORT BC - 1367 W. Broadway, Vancouver
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
For Class Registration, Special Group Bookings or more information
Roger Williams (BA/MA)
The Session Group
T.: (604) 780-6089
The Session Group, 1089 W. 7th. Avenue, Vancouver, BC, CANADA V6h 1B2
Tel.: (604) 780-6089 Email: email@example.com
BEST IN THE WEST - ORLANDO TOUR MARCH 2005
For information please go to the Vancouver Thunderbirds website at
2005 KAMLOOPS CENTENNIAL MEET
The 2005 Kamloops Centennial date is being moved from its traditional
2nd weekend in May (Mother's Day weekend) to the 28th / 29th of May in
order to facilitate the facility completion deadlines. The 2005 Kamloops
Centennial will be the first competition held at the newly constructed
Hillside Stadium. Please provide feedback with respect to this change of
date for this event for 2005 to Derek Evely at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This change is for 2005 only.
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 until 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.
2005 CANADA GAMES BC TEAM SELECTION CRITERIA AND STANDARDS
2005 IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
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
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.
Directors in November. Please forward any questions/comments to Sam
Collier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com 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
Back issues of the BCAB are available at www.bcathletics.org/main/bcabulletin.htm.