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Location: Virtual competition
Entry Deadline: May 15 2021

A late payment fee of 10% or $50, whichever is greater, will be charged after the deadline for all fees associated with national events. Should the total amount, including penalty, remain unpaid once the competition begins, the athlete will be scratched from the competition.
Sanction:

Latest Revision: September 2020

In order to offer competition opportunities to CBTF athletes during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Competitive and Pre-Competitive \Opportunities and Phases chart was developed by the CBTF Technical Committee and approved by the Board of Directors in September 2020 keeping in mind Provincial Guidelines.

December 13, 2020 - As part of its response to the COVID-19 Pandemic Response, the CBTF Technical and Education Committees have prepared charts to describe the various combinations of Competitive and Pre-Competitive opportunities for the 2020-21 season.

Provinical health guidelines and provincial Return to Sport phases/restrictions must always be followed. These opportunities exist within those protocols. For example, Pair/Duet or group events cannot be offered if that type of activity is not allowed based on your province's Return to Sport phase.

April 20, 2021 - This is a preliminary schedule for the competition. A more detailed schedule will be published on May 31 2021.

April 20, 2021 - The Information Package for the 2021 Canadian Open - Virtual Individual Disciplines is attached.

A few details to note:

Betty Davis passed away peacefully on April 14, 2021. Loving mother of Sharon (Rob) Donald. Predeceased by husband Mancel Davis.

Betty grew up on a farm near Enniskillen with her parents George and Vera Stillman. They moved to Oshawa where Betty attended O'Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute. Betty had a 42 year career with Bell Canada. Early in her career she worked in Port Hope, Bradford and Barrie managing the switch from operator handled calls to dial. Eventually she settled in Oshawa.

The first Canadian Team Trials was held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in May 1980 and the following athletes represented our country at the first WBTF World Championships held in Seattle, Washington in August 1980:

The Saturday Night Inspiration Series is a casual and fun Q & A where we are featuring guests who inspire us. Sessions are hosted by Kristin Macaraeg.

Register by emailing: manitobabatontwirlinggmail [dot] com or  via Google Form.

The Saturday Night Inspiration Series is a casual and fun Q & A where we are featuring guests who inspire us. Sessions are hosted by Kristin Macaraeg.

Register by emailing: manitobabatontwirlinggmail [dot] com or  via Google Form.

The Saturday Night Inspiration Series is a casual and fun Q & A where we are featuring guests who inspire us. Sessions are hosted by Kristin Macaraeg.

Register by emailing: manitobabatontwirlinggmail [dot] com or  via Google Form.

The Saturday Night Inspiration Series is a casual and fun Q & A where we are featuring guests who inspire us. Sessions are hosted by Kristin Macaraeg.

Register by emailing: manitobabatontwirlinggmail [dot] com or  via Google Form.

The Saturday Night Inspiration Series is a casual and fun Q & A where we are featuring guests who inspire us. Sessions are hosted by Kristin Macaraeg.

Register by emailing: manitobabatontwirlinggmail [dot] com or  via Google Form.

The Saturday Night Inspiration Series is a casual and fun Q & A where we are featuring guests who inspire us. Sessions are hosted by Kristin Macaraeg.

Register by emailing: manitobabatontwirlinggmail [dot] com or  via Google Form.

The Saturday Night Inspiration Series is a casual and fun Q & A where we are featuring guests who inspire us. Sessions are hosted by Kristin Macaraeg.

Register by emailing: manitobabatontwirlinggmail [dot] com or  via Google Form.

Manitoba Baton has created a Saturday Night Inspiration Series on Zoom. It's Free!

What is the Saturday Night Inspiration Series? It is a casual and fun Q & A where we are featuring guests who inspire us. Sessions are hosted by Kristin Macaraeg.

The lineup is, out of this world, incredible! You really won't want to miss it. We hope that you all will attend and invite your friends to join as well.

When the WBTF introduced Short Program, it was a Seniors-only event that replaced Compulsory Moves in the Freestyle competition. They have recently introduced a Junior version of the Short Program, and it has now replaced Compulsory Moves for Junior.

The 2021 Canadians will be run as a completely virtual competition - a 'yellow style' competition, from the Competitive and Pre-Competitive Opportunities and Phases created as part of our pandemic response.

The Athlete Commission is a key part of the planning committee - watch for more exciting special event announcements from them in the months and weeks leading up to the competition.

As of March 14, 2020 - This is a list of all Active Judges and their CBTF Certifications.

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 version on-hand for your competitions.

Revisions for the 2020-21 Competition Season

CBTF Competition Director's Handbook, updated March 2021.

Change History

March 2021

  • Added instructions for handling situations when scores need to be re-flashed
  • Added instructions for handling situations when posted results need to be corrected

 

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