COVID-19 Stage 3 Re-Opening Guidelines – July 1, 2021

 

AAWA Guidelines for Stage 3 Re-Opening – July 1, 2021 (click here)

 

Alberta Amateur Wrestling Association Guidance on Stage 2 Training (June 15, 2021)

DISCLAIMER: There is still a risk of COVID-19 transmission. Participation in any wrestling-related

activities is completely optional. AAWA insurance has excluded COVID-19 from our coverage so all

training is at the risk of the individual participant and/or their parents or legal guardians. Any

participant that has close contact with individuals at a high risk of infection must know the risks

involved and may choose to not participate at this current time

Testing Information can be found at the following link:

https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-testing-in-alberta.aspx

These guidelines may change at any time for any reason including, but not limited to, the

recommendations and/or mandates of the Alberta Amateur Wrestling Association, Government of

Alberta and Alberta Health Services. Any changes will be communicated as soon as possible to all

members. There remains the possibility that an increase in COVID-19 cases may result in the

immediate suspension of all training activities at any time.

Wrestling Training Under Stage 3

All athletes will be allowed to participate in training and competitive activities under Stage 3. Alberta Wrestling will only sanction activities that meet the following conditions:

  • The participating club and all participating athletes, coaches, trainers are registered AAWA members for the 2021 calendar year. To receive information on 2021 registration, please email aawaprogramdirector@gmail.com

 

  • Clubs should ask all attendees, including participants, parents, instructors and chaperones to screen themselves for symptoms of COVID-19 using the Alberta Health Daily Checklist (click here) before attending the facility or activity

 

 

  • An accurate attendance of all participants must be taken and kept for every training/competitive activity by the host club

 

  • All indoor and outdoor sport and recreation activities are permitted provincewide including:
    • Group Practices and Training
    • Games, Competition & League Play
  • For Albertans 12 years and older, there are no limits on the number of persons participating in the activity
  • For Albertans 11 years and younger, smaller cohorts and having coaches specific to this age group are strongly recommended
  • Masking is no longer mandatory for indoor settings, but individual venues/organizers may still require masking at their discretion
  • Masking is still required on all shared or public transportation

Please adhere to any additional policies/rules that individual venues may have regarding their facilities

 

Cleaning & Hygiene Requirements

 

  • All surfaces and equipment must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before and after practice/competition

 

  • Any surface that participants may come in contact with must be cleaned and disinfected (ex. wall mats)

 

  • Remove any mats or equipment that is torn or in disrepair, as these items cannot be properly cleaned and disinfected

 

  • All participants are encouraged to exhibit good respiratory etiquette (no spitting, clearing of nasal passages, coughing or sneezing away from others into a tissue)

 

  • Participants should not share water bottles, towels, etc.

 

  • Hand sanitizer must be made available at every training session