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All the documents a Competition Director needs... The Competition Score Sheet CD is available for download. Files can be downloaded individually or as a complete archive.

Please take a moment to ensure you have the most up-to-date versions on-hand for your competitions.

Revisions for the 2022-23 Competition Season

January 24, 2023 - Declaration Lists for all 2023 IBTF World Championship/Nations Cup events are attached.

These lists are based upon information received from the declarations. It has been verified for compliance with the CBTF Declaration Policy.

January 23, 2023 - This is a preliminary schedule for the competition. The order of events is subject to change. A more detailed schedule will be be published after the competition entry deadline.

September 25, 2022 - Adjudicators previously certified as S1 through S4 are currently working through a re-certification process under the revised Skills Development Program. The S1 through S4 certifications are no longer valid. The list below will be updated as these re-cerfications are processed.

SDP Adjudicator Levels

October 24, 2022 - CBTF- and USTA/WBTF-certified Judges are invited to submit an application to judge at the following 2023 National and International competitions:

Updated October 20, 2022 - CBTF continues to monitor the impact of the Coronavirus on public events as it affects us during our competition season.

The 2022 Canadian Team Trials (Regina, SK) and the 2022 Canadian Winner/Championship (Moncton, NB) competitions were held in their usual form. The World Baton Twirling Federation (WBTF) held its 2022 World Championship in Turin, Italy.

At the 2022 Fall Conference, the Board of Directors rescinded the CBTF COVID Protocol for National Competitions, effective immediately.

October 13, 2022 - The Continuing Professional Development tracking spreadsheets are attached below. Please ensure you are using the tracking sheet that corresponds with the season you are tracking!

The CBTF Technical Committee has approved an update to the CBTF Long-Term Athlete Development model. This model is based on the Canadian Sport Centre’s Long Term Development Model. In each phase, the Model relates the athlete's development stage to their participation in the sport.

This model is a very useful guide for coaches, athletes, and parents.

Revision 1: September 2022

Location: Zoom
Sanction: CBTF:
Event Contact: secretaryatcbtf [dot] ca

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