COVID-19 Recreation & Sport FAQs (09.12.20)
Please find below the updated COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) with most recent guidance from Public Health NB.
Updated sections have been highlighted and are related to the following questions:
Q.1 Addition of the public guidance document for Safer Participation in Sport:
Q.22 Guidance for recreation and sport facilities that provide food and beverage
Q. 24 Guidance for hosting tournaments/meets/events.
Swim NB is in the process of updating its competition guidelines. In the meantime, please refer to the recommendations in version 1 of the Swim NB Return to Competition Framework and the guidelines of the facilities.
Swimming NB would like to thank all the clubs that have been successful in hosting In-House meets in accordance with the recommendations of the Sport and Recreation Branch and Public Health.
Below is the program for this weekend’s events:
|12/11/2020||Fredericton Aquanauts Swim Team||REDs In-House Meet #1|
|12/11/2020||Club De Natation Bleu Et Or||CNBO In-house #2 / Compétition maison CNBO|
|12/12/2020||Miramichi Whitecaps Swim Club||How’s ‘Chi House Meet|
Good Luck to all!
Swimming Canada (SNC): Invitational Trials
SNC is making plans for an altered path to qualifying for the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and other 2021 events:
- Up to a maximum of 20 places will be offered per Olympic event at the Trials, which are scheduled for April 7-11 at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre.
- FINA Olympic Marathon Swim qualifier scheduled for Fukuoka, Japan, on May 29-30, will be contested at the pool Trials.
- The selection criteria and process for the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships and FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championships will be re-developed and a new process announced in 2021.
- SNC will not select a team for the FISU World University Games
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