Magical sports moments for participants while respecting the guidelines of Public Health
Outdoor collective sports activities have been gradually resuming across the province since June 8! Registrations are now underway so that young Quebec athletes can quickly jump onto the soccer, baseball and hockey fields and practise their favourite sport while respecting Public Health guidelines.
To make sure that this return takes place in the best of conditions and so that young people may get the chance to experience magical moments throughout the summer, sports federations have only one goal in mind: maintaining the good health of their members thanks to a safe environment for all participants.
A staff member, a parent or a volunteer trained regarding sanitary procedures and measures will take on the role of the “Horacio” supervisor. His or her’s main tasks will be welcoming participants and asking questions relating to the symptoms of COVID-19, ensuring compliance with the physical distancing of 2 metres at all times and ensuring the safe management of training groups.
Complete Soccer Quebec back to play plan (health and safety measures start on page 12, in French)
One person per team, called Mr. Net or Ms. Net, will be designated to enforce the health measures implemented. Even if this person will not be in the field during the activities, they will be part of the team notebook.
Complete Baseball Quebec back to play plan (health and safety measures start on page 17, in French)
A strict and rigorous health protocol of preventive measures has been defined for each of the group's return to play plan. All of the measures that will be implemented can be found in Appendix III on page 19.
Complete HockeyQC return to play plan (health and safety measure start on page 4 with the full list on page 19, in French)
Spordle is committed to being a full partner of the sports organizations with which we collaborate in order to help make this return of sport in Quebec a successful one, both in terms of on-field activities and preserving the health and safety of all participants.