Documents

Music Labelling and Tagging

January 2017 - CBTF Protocol for music naming and tagging.

Competition Director's Handbook

CBTF Competition Director's Handbook, effective December 2016.

Technical Association Professionalism Policy

The Canadian Baton Twirling Federation (CBTF) expects that a high standard of professional conduct will be maintained by all members of the CBTF Technical Association (ie: Judges, Coaches, SDP Adjudicators, Course Conductors).

 

PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT EXPECTATIONS

CBTF Technical Association members shall: Read more »

Continuing Professional Development Program

At the 2014 Fall Conference, the CBTF Board of Directors approved a Continuing Professional Education and Development (CPED) Program, designed to foster the development of Coaches, Judges, and Officials, in order to advance amateur twirling in Canada. Read more »

Bye Policy

Revision 5b - November 2016

GENERAL RULES

Athletes who are unable to compete at Provincial Winner/Championships or Provincial Team Trials due to injury, illness, bereavement or other extenuating circumstances may apply for a Bye to the next level of competition. Read more »

Course Conductor Selection Procedures

Revision 6 - March 2015

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CBTF Competition Awards Policy

CBTF expects all Competition Directors to maintain a sporting image as they select and design awards for their competitions.

This CBTF Policy regarding Competition Awards was updated at the 2013 CBTF Fall Conference. Read more »

WBTF Event Tie-Breaking Process Quick Reference

Revised September 2013.

A 'quick reference' summary of the tie-breaking process for the WBTF events is attached. It is meant as a summary tool, not as a replacement for a proper understanding of the CBTF technical rulebook.

This quick reference shows the tie-breaking requirements for different levels of competition.

 

CBTF Event Tie-Breaking Process Quick Reference

Revised September 2013.

A 'quick reference' one-page summary of the tie-breaking process for the CBTF events is attached. It is meant as a summary tool, not as a replacement for a proper understanding of the CBTF technical rulebook.

This quick reference shows the tie-breaking requirements for different levels of competition.

 

CBTF Pilot Project Report Template

All provinces/clubs that are conducting an official CBTF Pilot Project are required to report the results of that project to the CBTF. To provide some guidance on the report contents, and to ensure some consistency, the CBTF Technical Committee requests that the attached Template be used for all Pilot Project Reports. Read more »