General

WBTF Policy & Procedure Manual, Section 11b - Pan-Pacific Cup (last updated August 2019).

With permission from WBTF, this section of the WBTF Policy & Procedure manual is duplicated on our website for the benefit of our Technical membership.

This document many not be copied, duplicated or transmitted, in whole or in part, without express written permission from both the CBTF and the WBTF.

Group contact lists for the National and Provincial Boards and various CBTF Committees. We encourage you to use these group email lists to avoid missing someone.

We also maintain private contact lists for various groups, which are accessible by Board of Directors and Technical Committee members only. If you have access, please treat these lists with respect - they are meant to facilitate communication between Boards in each province; they are not meant for broad distribution.

 

Effective January 1, 2019 the CBTF Competitive Program will consist of 5 levels - C, BN, BI, BA and A.

The CBTF Long-Term Athlete Development model is attached below.

It depicts 8 stages of participation:

September 2019 - CBTF Protocol for music naming and tagging, revised as of September 2019.

 

The following club codes have been assigned from previous Canadian Winner/Championship competitions. If your club is not listed and you need a Club Code, please use the Contact Us page.

CBTF Competition Director's Handbook, effective December 2016.

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.

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.

 

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.

 

The aim of the Judge's Code of Ethics is to promote high standards of professional conduct.

The Code's application, with prescribed rules of conduct, pertains to professional relationships and problems relevant to the sport baton twirling. Compliance is compulsory. All members must agree to abide by all rules of CBTF.

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