Please note: Information in this section applies to Competitive 2 registrants only
LEVEL A FUNDING
Indoor and Outdoor Meets for both Juniors and Seniors.
Indoor Meet for Juniors.
Outdoor Meet for Juveniles.
Country Meets for Juniors and Seniors.
For the above
meets the following funding policy is in place:
- Where BC Athletics covers all expenses for qualified
athletes who meet their funding standard the club will pay
no extra amounts.
- Where an athlete meets BC Athletics funding standards
and their airfare only is paid, the club will pay a per
diem of $50 per day.
- If an athlete does not make BC Athletics funding standard
but does meet entry standard, the club will pay 100% of
athletes travel and a per diem of $50 per day
- If there is no qualification standard for the above meets,
100% travel and $50 per diem will be given according to
a qualification standard put out by the club. NB. Where
athletes do not meet the qualification standard they may
still attend but the club will not fund the meet.
- Travel to a meet where the coach feels the athlete stands
a reasonable chance of qualifying for a championship meet,
the club will pay 100% of travel and $50 per diem. Limit
of one meet per athlete per season. * Indoor meets will
be given priority, as we have no indoor facility in BC.
- Eugene's Track City Classic. Funding for those athletes
who qualify in two or more events will be $50 per diem for
LEVEL C FUNDING
Where a coach
feels it is in the athlete’s development interest to
attend a meet (when Level A or B is not appropriate) a per
diem of $50 will be paid.
Travel to a meet is
defined as an air fare, bus fare, train fare or share of car
fare. This does not include getting to or from airports or
diems are calculated on the number of days of a meet,
except in the circumstance when an athlete must take public
transportation a day before or after the event in order to
standards are based on 3% of the third place finish
in the previous years meet or 3% of the seventh place finish
in the current BC Cross Country Championships.
for travel assistance is always based upon performance.
Athletes should be thought to have expectation of placing
in the top 8. Travel assistance is an earned privilege not
will be placed on the number of athletes receiving expense
money and for what meets based on the travel funds available
in the budget. Coaches will make recommendations with the
Board making the final decision.
very close to meet standards may travel to compete
at their own expense if the meet will accept them. The Board
may choose to fund that athlete, should they exceed the meet
standard at the championship. They would be reimbursed at
the same rate as other athletes attending within standard.
Budget would affect the club’s ability to do this.
fees will be paid for athletes making BC or Canadian
outside North America will not be funded.
within BC or Washington State will not be funded.
for JD's except to Eugene's Classy Classic will not
athlete not in good standing with the Club eg. owes
money for fees, entries, or has not met the requirements for
volunteering at meets or fundraisers
is not eligible for travel funds.