Eligibility: Interior Skiers Born 2012 to 2004.
Dates: Saturday, September 11th to Sunday, September 12th 2021.
Location: Telemark Nordic Club Kelowna
Step 3: B.C.’s Restart plan; Return to Sport Options
Option A: Partial Participation. Pick and choose the training sessions or day which you would like to attend.
Option B: Sleep at Home Full Participation. Handle all of your own transportation and food for the duration of the camp.
Option C: Camping at Telemark Full Participation. Handle all of your own transportation and food for the duration of the camp. We will have the bathrooms, running water and some tables available at the Telemark Lodge. Your camping gear is your responsibility.
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Regional Coach: Adam Elliot 250 859 8464 email@example.com
Camp Begins: 9:00 AM on Saturday September 11th.
Camp Ends: 1:00 PM on Sunday September 12th.
Camp Fee: Free
This camp is free but you are responsible for all of your own food needs. CCBC/Teck T Shirt could be available if you are the target age (16 and under).
COVID-19 Safety Requirements:
If you choose to participate, you must follow these rules:
- All individuals have signed the online Participant Agreement acknowledging their acceptance of the risks.
- All individuals have completed the online self-assessment tool, on a daily basis before arriving.
- If you don’t feel well or are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, you must stay home.
- If you have traveled outside of Canada, you must self-isolate for a minimum of 14 days.
- If you live in a household with someone who has COVID-19 or is showing symptoms of COVID-9, please stay home.
- Wash your hands before participating.
- Bring your own equipment, water bottle and hand sanitizer.
- Physical distancing measures are recommended off the field of play.
- Have a mask and sanitizer with you in case physical distancing is not possible.
- Consider your own risk. If you are at higher risk of experiencing serious illness from COVID-19, consider limiting or avoiding participation for the time being.
- If you start to feel mildly ill while participating, inform the person in charge (e.g., coach), sanitize your hands, go straight home, and complete the online self-assessment tool. If severely ill (e.g., difficulty breathing, chest pain) have the person call 911. (And that person should ensure the cleaning and disinfecting of any surfaces that you have come into contact with.)
- If you have any health and safety concerns, inform the person in charge and/or the CCBC office.
- Telemark’s Program’s Covid Safety Plan
Camp Goals: Safe Fun, Technique, Inspiration and Camaraderie
Coaches and Coach Helpers: Coaches are Welcome. The minimum level is L2T “Trained” for regional camps. If you do not have this level than you can still help out.
What to Bring List:
- Food for the day
- Mask and Hand Sanitizer
- all gear for skating roller skiing (skate roller skis, poles, boots)
- Mandatory Roller Ski Safety Equipment (Helmet, Gloves, Reflective Vest and optional Knee Pads)
- Hill Bounding Poles. (Your Classic Poles or poles ~10cm shorter than shoulders)
- Sport Clothing
- running shoes
- heart rate monitor if you have one
- outdoor clothes for all weather conditions
- work ethic
- Water bottles and Carrier
- yoga mat
- Smiley Face
NEW Frequently asked Questions at the bottom of this page. When a question is asked I will add the answer to the bottom of this page.
Draft of Camp Schedule:
Saturday September 11th
9:00 am Glenrosa Middle School Roller Ski
2974 Glen Abbey Pl, West Kelowna, BC V4T 2N1
Noon Your Packed Lunch Time
1:00 pm Athlete Panel ?
2:00 pm Hill Bounding Technique Session
2:30 pm Team Orienteering
4 pm athlete pickup time from Telemark Nordic Club West Kelowna, BC V4T 2G3
Sunday September 12th
9 am Meet at Telemark Lodge ready to Run
1 pm athlete pickup time from Telemark
Can I Help or Help Coach? Yes, we always need help. This is the information on the Mandatory Standards for Coaching: With regards to your Teck Regional Dryland and Snow Camps, this is a friendly reminder to familiarize yourself with CCBC’s minimum mandatory coach qualification policy. Coaches leading/supervising the camp or leading a group of athletes at the camp must be NCCP L2T ‘trained’ (must have completed the L2T (On-Snow) Workshop), while coaches that are assisting must be NCCP Community Coach ‘trained’ (must have completed the Community Coach Workshop). Link to Policy!
“Sammy G”. doesn’t roller ski much (twice ever so far). Do you think the camp would be good for “Sammy G.” too or should I wait another year for camps for him? For the Roller skiing portion on Saturday we just do an introductory to roller skiing for those who are younger and inexperienced in a parking lot and car free paved path. If they are reasonably good skiers they usually excel in this setting. Also, if you do not have roller skis all of the clubs bring their team skis so that skiers can try roller skiing; there will be enough skis if you cannot find some to bring. I think that “Sammy G.” will be fine.