2020 Youth & Open Lead/Speed National Team Selection Camp

2020 Youth & Open Lead/Speed National Team Selection Camp

Athlete Information

Dates: June 4 – 7, 2020
Location: Richmond Oval – Richmond, BC
Categories: Youth B, A, Junior & Open Athletes – Male & Female
Estimated Athlete Fees (subject to change):
Athletes will be responsible for paying a team fee in advance of the start of the selection camp. These fees will cover the costs of the facility use, accommodations, expenses for setters and team officials, etc.
● Selection Camp Fee: $400.00/athlete
● Accommodation Fee for three nights: $120.00 – 180.00/athlete
● Travel Costs: the CEC will employ a cost-sharing system in which the total travel costs will be shared equally amongst all participants. Details will be announced in the coming months.

Accommodations:
All athletes will be required to stay at the University of British Columbia Student Residences. At this time, we are booked into their dormitory that will have two athletes in one room together. Shared common washrooms will be available on each floor and there are no kitchen facilities in any of the rooms. A common lounge will have a fridge and microwave available for all to use.
It is the hope that we will instead move to a building that has apartments. This will not be determined until March 2020. If this is the case, each athlete will share a 6-bedroom apartment that will have their own washroom and kitchen in each apartment.
Athletes will be placed in a room according to gender and age category. Team officials will be responsible for all youth athletes during their stay, including those that are also competing as
open athletes. Additional chaperones may be provided for the Youth B athletes attending this camp, at an additional cost to these athletes.
All room bookings will be organized and paid for by the event organizer; athletes will be billed for their accommodation costs and other team fees, which all must be paid in advance of their arrival to the selection camp.

Arrival and Departure Dates for Athletes:
All athletes are expected to arrive at the team accommodations by 7:00pm on June 4, 2020; the selection camp will finish no later than 3:00pm on June 7, 2020 to accommodate travel schedules.

Schedule:

The following provides a skeleton of the schedule that will be used for the selection camp. Please be aware that times may change as required.

Thursday, June 4:
● 7:00pm arrival of all athletes, check-in to assigned rooms

Friday, March 6:
● arrival at Richmond Oval by 8:00am
● warm-up for lead qualifiers will be 8:00am – 9:30am
● there will be three groups of climbers: Youth B Males & Females; Open Females; and, Open Males
● the first climber of each group will begin at 9:30am
● the format will be flash
● after the round, there will be a debrief and the opportunity to get on the routes again with coaches while the speed round is happening
● warm-up for speed can happen at any time during the lead qualifiers
● speed practice will begin at 1:00pm
● speed qualifiers will begin at 2:00pm
● after the speed qualifiers, there will be a debrief and the opportunity to work with coaches

Saturday, March 7:
● this is a scheduled rest day
● team meetings will be scheduled during this day, details to be announced closer to the time of the selection camp

Sunday, March 8:
● arrival at Richmond Oval by 8:00am
● warm-up for lead finals will be 8:00am – 9:30am
● there will be three groups of climbers: Youth B Males & Females; Open Females; and, Open Males
● the first climber of each group will begin at 9:30am
● the format will be flash
● after the round, there will be a debrief and the opportunity to get on the routes again with coaches while the speed round is happening
● warm-up for speed can happen at any time during the lead qualifiers
● speed practice will begin at 12:00pm
● speed finals will begin at 1:00pm
● after the speed finals, there will be a debrief and the opportunity to work with coaches
● athletes can depart from the climbing gym to travel home

Meals:
All meals will be the responsibility of the athlete during their entire stay. UBC is located within walking distance of grocery stores and other amenities; arranged times to travel to these as a group will be organized that athletes can participate in if they choose to.

Transportation:
This will be provided to the climbing gym and back on each day that travel is required. Athletes that prefer to drive themselves to the climbing gym, or would like to use another form of transportation, are welcome to as long as they arrive at the times required.

Supervision of youth team athletes:
National Team Officials will be responsible for the supervision of all athletes during the entire selection camp.
Clear guidelines for free time, communication, curfews, buddy systems and other logistics will be covered on the first evening of camp.
All team officials are required to provide a Vulnerable Sector Check in advance of the selection camp. No meetings between an athlete(s) or team official(s) will be permitted in any closed room. A team lounge will be used for meetings or appointments with the team therapist – this space will also be used for athletes to meet, watch TV or movies, play games, etc.
For more information on the details of this camp, please contact CEC High Performance Director Andrew Wilson at cec.hpd@climbingcanada.ca.
This selection camp will be administered by Canada Strong Climbing in conjunction with Climbing Escalade Canada, including all logistics such as booking of accommodations,
invoicing of athlete fees, organizing of day-to-day details, etc. For questions on these details, please contact Chris Neve at info@canadastrongclimbing.ca.

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