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table of contents Important changes affecting tournament play

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Bi-weekly calendar and planner

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Spectator and Parent Code of Conduct

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Ontario Officials Code of Ethics

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Harassment Policy 28 B.On Coaches and Managers Code of Conduct

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Focus Clinics - a 3 part high school level coaching certification

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NCCP, Player and other coaching Clinics

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Badminton Canada Senior/Junior Elite Series

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Ontario Junior High Performance (A) Series

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Ontario Junior Competitive (B) Series

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Non-sanctioned tournaments 34 - 35 Ontario Adult Open (A) Series

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Ontario Adult Competitive (BC) Series

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Ontario Masters (ABCD) Series 36 OCAA tournament schedule 37 Ontario Championships 37 International Events

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Play A Provincial Championship In 2012 - General Regulations

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Ontario Junior Ranking System (OJRS) for 11.12

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FUNdamentals - a grade school program you should be using!

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2012 Awards Criteria information

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important changes for 11.12 please read Spring 2011 AGM resolutions affecting tournament play: 1. As of September 1, 2011 the cost of the Competition B card will rise from $15 to $30 and the cost of the Performance A card will rise from $25 to $50. Additional family memberships will have a discount of $10 off each card. 2. For all junior and open provincial championships and all high performance tournaments a seeding committee will preside for seeding purposes only. 3. Tournaments will retain district separation however club separation will be done at the discretion of the Referee, where possible. 4. For each tournament separated by age groups, age groups may be combined depending on the number of competitors. This is at the discretion of the tournament organizer and participants may be notified via email prior to the tournament. 5. All Junior High performance tournaments and the Junior HP championships will have a registration deadline of the Friday two weeks prior at midnight. 6. Players cannot buy player cards at tournaments, it must be purchased online. If a player does not have a player card at the entry deadline, their entry will be refused. Payment made by mail will have to be received before the entry closes. 7. Adult Open Provincial A and B Series will have a cash prize at the championships. Eligibility requires participation in a minimum of 1 tournament on the circuit other than the championships. $5 from each entry per tournament is contributed towards the provincial prize allotment. In addition to sponsorship, this purse could reach up to $5000. 8. Quest for Gold will be based on one discipline. Quest for Gold will be based on continental events, world championships and where Pan Am’s are being held. There will be an appeal process for any other tournaments. 9. Clothing guidelines for sanctioned tournaments are to follow BWF rules. (Host venues cannot enforce non-BWF (all whites) in B.On sanctioned events.)

Summer Series schedule.

The summer series is a free service from Badminton Ontario for all ages and levels of play. No membership is required. (Individual tournament fees may apply). 4

badminton summer serie s

Check your mailboxes in April 2012 for the

level key

rec-recreational comp-competitive adv-advanced open-all ages & all levels

may date sat 14th sat 14th sat 14th sat 21st

location k-w bc brantford york a. bujak bc

name pointfore invitaional orland harrison junior 1st annual york junior a. bujak open

level rec/comp rec/comp rec rec/comp

location hamilton seneca college york university ying dragon

name 5th battle of the best mpsa doubles open asian community games junior team challenge

level open open open rec/comp

june date 4th-5th sat 11th sun 12th sat 18th

july date sat 4th sat 11th sat 18th sat 25th

location cedar springs ryerson university waterloo unversity university of toronto

name summer open ryerson open waterloo open blues challenge

level open comp/adv rec/comp comp/adv

name mac open ra summer open 10th cpb open mandarin

level open open open open

august date sat 4th sat 13th 20th-21st 27th-28th

location mcmaster university ottawa ra centre utmississauga summer balooza

For more information on each tournament, including how to register and who to contact, visit the events calendar online! www.badmintonontario.ca

Competition Services


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open: varsity blues open pg. 35 nccp: community stream coaching clinic pg. 33

open: varsity blues open pg. 35

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adult comp series: burlington doubles pg. 36

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adult comp series: burlington doubles pg. 36

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national sr elite series: bc pg. 33 nccp: level 1 technical coaching course pg. 33

national sr elite series: bc pg. 33 nccp: level 1 technical coaching course pg. 33

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andrew tai pow - canada winter games team gold photo by b.on

national jr elite series: prarie pg. 33 jr hp series: # 1 woodstock u10/u12/u14 pg. 33 nccp: level 1 technical coaching course pg. 33

national jr elite series: prarie pg. 33 jr hp series: # 1 woodstock u10/u12/u14 pg. 33 nccp: level 1 technical coaching course pg. 33 jr comp series: # 1 b&r u10/u12 pg. 34

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masters event: odba masters pg. 34 adult open series: kw oktoberfest pg. 36

junior event: soo early bird junior pg. 34 masters event: odba masters pg. 34 adult open series: kw oktoberfest pg. 36

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junior event: soo early bird junior pg. 34 adult open series: kw oktoberfest pg. 36

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national jr elite series: prarie pg. 33

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thanksgiving


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kelly carter - 2011 U12 female athlete of the year photo by picture in motion

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jr comp series: #2 phoenix junior u16/u19 pg. 34 jr hp series: #2 stratford u10/u12/u14/u16/u19 pg. 33 masters series: niagara falls pg. 36

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jr comp series: #2 phoenix junior u16/u19 pg. 34 jr hp series: #2 stratford u10/u12/u14/u16/u19 pg. 33 masters series: niagara falls pg. 36

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junior event: flying dragon junior open pg. 35 national jr elite series: toronto junior open pg. 35

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junior event: flying dragon junior open pg. 35 junior event: brown's junior invitational pg. 35 noba jr regional circuit: sudbury junior u16/u19 pg. 35 national jr elite series: toronto junior open pg. 33

noba jr regional circuit: sudbury junior u16/u19 pg. 35 national jr elite series: toronto junior open pg. 33

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tracy wong - youth olympics participant photo by b.on

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jr hp series: #1 niagara falls u16/u19 pg. 33

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national sr elite series: prarie pg. 33 adult open series: doug grant pg. 36

national sr elite series: prarie pg. 33 junior event: bay of quinte junior pg. 35 adult open series: doug grant pg. 36

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national sr elite series: prarie pg. 33

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remembrance day

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jr hp series: #3 kw u12/u16 pg. 33 jr hp series: #3 boulevard u14/u19 pg. 33

jr hp series: #3 kw u12/u16 pg. 33

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masters series: woodstock pg. 36 jr comp series: #3 whity/courtice u12/u14/u16/u19 pg. 34 noba jr regional circuit: timmins junior u16/u19 pg. 35 35 open event: odba district championships pg.

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jr comp series: #3 whity/courtice u12/u14/u16/u19 pg. 34 noba jr regional circuit: timmins junior u16/u19 pg. 35 noba sr regional circuit: soo open pg. 35 open event: odba district championships pg. 35

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noba sr regional circuit: soo open pg. 35 open event: odba district championships pg. 35

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adult comp series: TBD pg. 36

gbdba jr regional circuit: alliston junior pg. 35 adult comp series: TBD pg. 36

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national jr elite series: atlantic pg. 33

national jr elite series: atlantic pg. 33 open event: christmas celebration pg. 35

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national jr elite series: atlantic pg. 33

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andrew lau - 2011 U19 male athlete of the year photo by picture in motion

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christmas day

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national sr elite series: toronto open pg. 33

national sr elite series: toronto open pg. 33

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national sr elite series: toronto open pg. 33

jr comp series: #4 peterborough pg. 34

masters series: cedar springs pg. 36 jr comp series: #4 peterborough pg. 34

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open event: cambrian open pg. 35

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national jr elite series: quebec pg. 33 jr hp series: #4 mandarin u16/u19 pg. 33

national jr elite series: quebec pg. 33 jr hp series: #4 mandarin u16/u19 pg. 33

adult comp series: TBD pg. 36

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players clinic: focus on singles pg. 33 open event: bay of quinte team event ent nt pg. 35 adult comp series: TBD pg. 36

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masters series: the boulevard club pg. 36 open event: mark grantham team challenge pg. 35 jr comp series: #5 port hope pg. 34

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players clinic: focus on doubles pg. 33 noba jr regional circuit: noba junior u16/u19 pg. 35 jr hp series: #5 cedar springs u10/u12/u14 pg. 34 jr hp series: #5 lee's u16/u19 pg. 34 adult open series: kw valentine pg. 36

noba jr regional circuit: noba junior u16/u19 pg. 35 jr hp series: #5 cedar springs u10/u12/u14 pg. 34 jr hp series: #5 lee's u16/u19 pg. 34 adult open series: kw valentine pg. 36

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adult open series: kw valentine pg. 36

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open event: mark grantham team challenge pg. 35 jr hp series: #4 granite jr open u10/u12/u14 pg. 34 jr comp series: #5 port hope pg. 34

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adult open series: durham blues open pg. 36

junior event: kingston high school challenge pg. 35 adult open series: durham blues open pg. 36 oua event: oua championships pg. 37

open event: durham blues open team event pg. 35 oua event: oua championships pg. 37

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national jr elite series: bc pg. 33 junior event: coba jr championships pg. 35

national jr elite series: bc pg. 33 junior event: coba jr championships pg. 35

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national jr elite series: bc pg. 33 high school event: blues h.s. invitational pg. 35

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oua event: oua championships pg. 37

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national jr elite series: alberta pg. 33 jr comp series: #6 oakville singles pg. 34 adult open series: woba open abcd pg. 36 gbdba jr regional circuit: jr championships pg. 35

national jr elite series: alberta pg. 33

noba jr regional circuit: timmins city pg. 35

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march break ontario winter games

march break ontario winter games

ontario winter games

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jr hp series: ontario jr hp championships pg. 37 march break

st. patrick's day jr hp series: ontario jr hp championships pg. 37 march break

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masters series: ont masters championships pg. 37

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open event: club de badminton l 'escale open pg. 35 jr comp series: #7 boulevard u10/u12/u14 pg. 34 masters series: ont masters championships pg. 37

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adult series: ontario championships weekend pg.37

noba sr regional circuit: porcupine open pg. 35 adult series: ontario championships weekend pg.37

high school event: ajax high school invitational pg. 35 noba sr regional circuit: porcupine open pg. 35 adult series: ontario championships weekend pg. 36

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junior event: ontario recreational championships pg. 37 junior comp series: ontario championships pg. 37

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junior event: ontario recreational championships pg. 37 junior comp series: ontario championships pg. 37

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junior event: wilson jr novice invitationalpg. 35

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odba jr regional circuit: jr championships pg. 35

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odba jr regional circuit: junior championships pg. 35

NEW summer series: a. bujak open pg. 36

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Spectator and parent code of conducT • • • • • •

Cheer in a positive manner for good shots by any player or team. Respect the decisions of officials—the referee/umpire/lines people are the people qualified to interpret the rules impartially. Do not interfere with play on court. Remember it is the athlete’s responsibility to make the calls and do not call lines. Keep off the playing area, only athletes and coaches are permitted on court. Be courteous and respectful at all times to players, coaches, officials, and tournament organizers.

ONTARio officials code of ethics 1. Each official shall follow and enforce the laws and procedures as outlined in the B.On Officiating handbook, in accordance with the IBF Statute Book. 2. An official shall be dressed in proper attire according to the B.On Dress Policy and present a meticulous appearance. 3. An official shall remember that while at work as an official it is important to act in such a way that attention is drawn not to the official but to the players. 4. An official shall shape his/her character and conduct so as to be a worthy example to players who play under his/her jurisdiction. 5. An official shall be fair and unbiased in all decisions, rendering them without regard to the score. 6. The actions of an official should be firm, but not overbearing; courteous but not ingratiating; positive but never rude; dignified but never arrogant; friendly but not companionable; and calm but always alert. 7. An official shall be prepared both physically and mentally to administer the game. 8. An official shall be constantly alert to the possibility of player injury, so that an injured player may be properly treated. 9. An official shall act towards fellow officials in a courteous and correct manner at al times and never in a critical manner in public. 10. An official shall act towards coaches in a correct and courteous manner at all times. 11. An official shall offer an explanation, if requested, after declaring a call to players. Furthermore, the official shall not give the appearance of obvious familiarity before, during or after a match.

HARASSMENT POlicy Badminton Ontario is committed to providing an environment for the sport in which all individuals are treated with respect. Each individual has the right to participate in an environment that promotes equal opportunities and prohibits discriminatory practices. Harassment is a form of discrimination and Badminton Ontario is committed to providing an environment free from harassment on the basis of gender, ethnic or racial origin,

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sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, political belief, disability or economic status. Harassment on the basis of these grounds is a form of discrimination that is prohibited by legislation throughout Canada. This policy applies to directors, officers, organizers, coaches, officials, athletes, managers, volunteers, parents and other members of Badminton Ontario. Harassment can be defined as comment or conduct which is insulting, intimidating, humiliating, malicious, degrading or offensive. Sexual harassment can be defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favours or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.

Bon coaches and managers code of conduct The purpose of the Ontario Coaches and Managers Code of Conduct is to establish and maintain standards for badminton coaches and to provide a safe and positive environment for coaches, athletes and officials. Each coach and manager shall adhere, at all times, to standards of personal and professional conduct which reflect credit on the coach and manager, Badminton Ontario Coaches Association, and the province of Ontario.   Any individual or organization wishing to make a complaint against a badminton coach within the context of this Code of Conduct should make a written report of the allegation to B.On. Detailed procedural guidelines will be issued thereafter to all parties concerned in the complaint. Misconduct may give rise to disciplinary action by B.On. Any criminal conviction of a serious nature that comes to the attention of the Association shall result in an immediate review of Coaches Association membership.   Each manager appointed to a provincial, district or club team shall adhere, at all times, to standards of personal and professional conduct which reflect credit on the manager, Badminton Ontario, and the province of Ontario. Misconduct may give rise to disciplinary action by B.On, as detailed in the preceding paragraph referring to coaches.   • Refrain from criticism of fellow coaches. • Do not compromise athletes by advocating measures which could constitute seeking to gain an unfair advantage. • Treat opponents with due respect, both in victory and defeat. • Do not publicly question the judgment or honesty of tournament officials • If an athlete commits an act that is contrary to any B.On rule, the coach should report it to the association. • If you should become aware of a conflict between obligation to your athletes and obligations to an organization employing you, you must make explicit the nature of the conflict, and the loyalties and responsibilities involved, to all parties concerned. • The coach has a responsibility to declare to athletes and/or employers any other current coaching commitments. • Clarify in advance with players and/or employers the number sessions, fees (if

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any), and method of payment. If you enter into a commitment with an employer, with a team, or with an individual athlete, the nature of that commitment shall be deemed to be specifically agreed. Avoid undue intimacy with athletes, both during coaching and during that period following coaching. Actions may be misinterpreted and lead to allegations of misconduct or impropriety. Do not attempt to exert undue influence over the player in order to obtain personal benefit or reward. Do not abuse athletes, other coaches or officials in any manner. Do not divulge confidential information relating to a player to a third party without the expressed approval of the player concerned. Do not drink alcohol or smoke while coaching. Take all reasonable steps to ensure that a safe playing environment is provided to athletes. Do not in any way misrepresent coaching qualifications, affiliations, or professional competence to any athlete or in any publication, broadcast, or seminar. Do not be alone with an athlete in changing rooms or hotel rooms.

bon coaching policy Any coach wishing to actively coach on court at any Badminton Ontario sanctioned event must have a 11.12 coaches membership. Memberships may be purchase online at www.badmintonontario.ca. A tournament Referee reserves the right to excuse anyone not deemed an official ‘coach’ from a match.

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Badminton Ontario and Black Knight present:

high school coach certification

with focus clinics

Part 1: Focus on Singles January 29, 2012 Throughout the 3 clinics, the ‘focus’ will be athlete centered coaching.

Part 2: Focus on Doubles February 12, 2012 Part 3: Focus on Mixed March 4, 2012

Through game simulations and a mini tournament, you will learn how to make use of an athlete’s own knowledge of the sport to create appropriate individualized game strategies. This then enables them to create solutions and strategies of their own. The technical aspects of the Focus clinics include game etiquette, single and Birdzooka feeding techniques, game situations, stroke-movement patterns, dynamic stretching and appropriate cool down routines, attack and defence positioning and more. For more information and how to register, email: info@badmintonontario.ca All 3 clinics are taught by Wayne King, NCCP Level III and held at Ajax High School.

$50

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Coaching handbook, lunch and Black Knight shirt included. Coaches will receive certifcation upon completion of all three clinics.

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coach and Player clinics Name Date Venue NCCP Community Coaching clinic September 16, 2011 Bill Crothers SS NCCP Level 1 Technical clinic October 8-9, 2011 Ottawa NCCP Level 1 Technical clinic October 15-16, 2011 Bracebridge Focus on Singles January 28, 2012 Ajax High School Focus on Doubles February 12, 2012 Ajax High School Focus on Mixed Doubles March 4, 2012 Ajax High School

badminton canada senior and junior elite series black knight junior elite series

Tournament Name Date Host Prarie Black Knight Junior Elite October 14-17, 2011 Saskatoon, SK Ontario Black Knight Junior Elite November 4-6, 2011 Toronto, ON Atlantic Black Knight Junior Elite December 16-18, 2011 Moncton, NB Quebec Black Knight Junior Elite January 20-22, 2012 Montreal, QC BC Black Knight Junior Elite February 24-26, 2012 Vancouver, BC Alberta Black Knight Junior Elite March 2-4, 2012 Calgary, AB Junior National Championships May 14-19, 2012 Moncton, NB

yonex senior elite series Tournament Name Date Host Alberta Yonex Senior Elite August 26-28, 2011 Calgary, AB BC Yonex Senior Elite October 7-9, 2011 Vancouver, BC Prarie Yonex Senior Elite November 18-20, 2011 Winnipeg, MB Toronto Yonex Senior Elite January 6-8, 2012 Toronto, ON -> host hotel: Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport $85.00/night - pg. 21 Adult National Championships February 9-12, 2012 Calgary, AB

ontario junior high performance series . level a

Tournament Name Date Host Venue #1 - U12/U14 October 15-16, 2011 Woodstock Badminton Club #1 - U16/U19 November 12-13, 2011 Niagara Falls Badminton Club #2 - U10/U12/U14/U16/U19 October 29-30, 2011 Stratford Badminton Club #3 - U14/U19 November 25-26, 2011 The Boulevard Club #3 - U12/U16 November 26-27, 2011 Kitchener-Waterloo Badminton Club #4 - U16/U19 January 21-22, 2012 Mandarin -> host hotel: Hilton Suites Markham, $99.99/night - pg. 11 Badminton Club

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#4 - U10/U12/U14 #5 - U16/U19 -> host hotel: Hilton Suites Markham #5 - U10/U12/U14 -> host hotel: Comfort Inn Burlington Ontario Junior High Performance Championships -> host hotel: Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport

February 4-5, 2012 The Granite Club February 11-12, 2012 Lee’s Badminton $99.99/night - pg. 11 Training Centre February 11-12, 2012 Cedar Springs $89.99/night - pg. 30 Racquet Club March 16-18, 2012 Humber College $85.00/night - pg. 21

ontario junior competitive series . level b Tournament Name Date Host Venue #1 U10/U12 October 14-15, 2011 The Badminton B&R Junior Classic & Racquet Club #2 U14/U16/U19 October 29, 2011 Ajax High School Phoenix Junior Invitational #2 U12/U16/U19 October 30, 2011 Ajax High School Phoenix Junior Invitational #3 U12/U14/U16/U19 December 3-4, 2011 Whitby/Courtice Whitby/Courtice Junior Invitational Badminton Clubs #4 U12/U14/U16/U19 January 14-15, 2012 Peterborough Peterborough Junior Invitational Badminton Club #5 U12/U14/U16/U19 February 4-5, 2012 Port Hope Port Hope Junior Competitive Racquet Club #6 U12/U14/U16/U19 March 3, 2012 The Oakville Club Oakville Singles Ontario Junior Competitive April 7-8, 2012 Bill Crothers Championships Secondary School -> host hotel: Hilton Suites Markham $99.99/night - pg. 11

additional events Tournament Name Date Host Venue Varsity Blues Junior and Blues Open September 17-18, 2011 University of U16, U19 and Open Toronto Soo Early Bird Junior October 20-21, 2011 Soo Junior U16/U19 - NOBA Junior Regional Circuit Badminton Club City of Toronto Col/Uni Challenge October 22, 2011 University of open to college & university students Toronto ODBA Masters October 22-23, 2011 RA Centre ages 30+, all players welcome Subury Junior November 4-5, 2011 Subury Junior U16/U19 - NOBA Junior Regional Circuit Badminton Club Brown’s Sport & Cycle Jr Invitational November 5, 2011

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U12/U14/U16/U19 Doubles only Flying Dragon Junior Open November 5-6, 2012 Flying Dragon Badminton Club Midland Junior November 12, 2011 Simcoe North GBDBA closed regional circuit U12/U14/U16/U19 - cde level Recreational Centre Bay of Quinte Junior (C) November 19, 2011 Bay of Quinte U12/U14/U16/U19 Badminton Club Timmins Junior December 2-3, 2011 Timmins Junior U16/U19 - NOBA Junior Regional Circuit Badminton Club Soo Open December 2-3, 2011 Soo Badminton NOBA Senior Regional Circuit Club ODBA District Championships December 2-4, 2011 RA Centre open event, all ages & levels welcome Alliston Junior December 10, 2011 Banting GBDBA closed regional circuit U12/U14/U16/U19 - cde level Memorial H.S. Christmas Celebration Open December 17, 2011 Ajax High School Cambrian Open January 13-14, 2012 Cambrian College NOBA Senior Regional Circuit Blues High School Invitational March 23, 2012 University of open to Toronto schools Toronto Bay of Quinte Team event January 29, 2012 Bay of Quinte Doubles & Mixed (BCDE no A players) Badminton Club Mark Grantham Team Challenge February 4-5, 2012 RA Centre open event: 4 men & 4 women play doubles and mixed NOBA Junior February 10-11, 2012 Sudbury Junior U16/U19 - NOBA Junior Regional Circuit Badminton Club COBA Junior Championships February 25-26, 2012 U12/U14/U16/U19 Singles, Doubles, Mixed Timmins City Junior Invitational March 1, 2012 Timmins Junior U12/U14 - NOBA Junior Regional Circuit Badminton Club GBDBA Junior Championships March 3-4, 2012 Bracebridge & GBDBA closed regional circuit U12/U14/U16/U19 - open to all levels Muskoka Lakes S.S Club de badminton L’escale Open March 24, 2012 Club de badminton L’escale, Rockland Porcupine Open March 30-31, 2012 Timmins NOBA Senior Regional Circuit Badminton Club COBA CDE Doubles April 14, 2012 TBD No A or B level players Wilson JR CDE Novice tournament April 14-15, 2012 Lee’s Badminton CDE level players only - junior -> host hotel: Hilton Suites in Markham pg. Training Centre ODBA District Junior Championships May 11-13, 2012 RA Centre open regional circuit, all levels of juniors welcome Phoenix Year End Tournament May 13, 2012 Ajax High School A. Bujak Open May 17, 2012 Humber College CDE level players only - junior & adult Part of the NEW 2012 SUMMER SERIES! Schedules for the SUMMER SERIES will be mailed to all cardholders in the Spring of 2012.

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ontario adult open series . level a Tournament Name Date Host Venue #1 K-W Oktoberfest October 21-23, 2011 Kitchener-Waterloo Badminton Club #2 Doug Grant November 19-20, 2011 Mandarin -> host hotel: Hilton Suites Markham $99.99/night - pg. 11 Badminton Club #3 K-W Valentine February 11-12, 2012 Kitchener-Waterloo Badminton Club #4 Durham Blues Open February 17-19, 2012 Ajax High School #5 WOBA Open ABCD March 3-4, 2012 Woodstock Badminton Club Ontario Open Championships March 30-April 1, 2012 Humber College -> host hotel: Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport $85.00/night - pg. 21

ontario adult competitive series . level bc Tournament Name Date Host Venue #1 Cedar Springs Doubles October 1-2, 2011 Cedar Springs -> host hotel: Comfort Inn Burlington $89.99/night - pg. 30 Racquet Club #2 Peterborough Doubles November 12, 2011 Peterborough -> host hotel: Holiday Inn Peterborough Waterfront $105.00/night tel: 1.866.258.5181 Badminton Club #3 TBD December 10-11, 2011 TBD #4 York U Open TBD January 28-29, 2012 York University

ontario masters series . level abcd Tournament Name Date Host Venue #1 Niagara Falls Masters October 29-30, 2011 Niagara Falls Badminton Club #2 Woodstock Masters December 4-5, 2011 Woodstock Badminton Club #3 Cedar Springs Masters January 14, 2012 Cedar Springs -> host hotel: Comfort Inn Burlington $89.99/night - pg. 30 Racquet Club #4 Boulevard Masters February 5, 2012 The Boulevard Club Ontario Masters Championships March 23-25, 2012 Kitchener-Waterloo Badminton Club Canadian Masters Championships May 6-12, 2012 Quebec City, QC

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ocaa events

Tournament Name Date Host City/Venue Humber Invitational October 14-16, 2011 Humber College Georgian Invitational October 28-30, 2011 Georgian College Fanshawe Invitational November 18-20, 2011 Fanshawe College George Brown Invitational December 17-18, 2011 George Brown Centennial Invitational January 13-14, 2011 Centennial College St. Clair Invitational January 20-22, 2011 St. Clair College OCAA West Regionals February 3-4, 2012 Humber College OCAA East Regionals February 3-4, 2012 College Boreal OCAA Championship February 17-18, 2012 Redeemer College

ontario championships

Tournament Name Date Host City/Venue OUA Championships February 16-18, 2012 Ontario Junior High Performance March 16-18, 2012 Humber College (A) Championships -> host hotel: Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport $85.00/night - pg. 21 Ontario Masters Championships March 23-25, 2012 Kitchener, KW Badminton Club Ontario Championships weekend March 30-April 1, 2012 Humber College Including the Open (A), Competitive (B) and Recreational (CDE) Championships -> host hotel: Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport $85.00/night - pg. 21 Ontario Junior Competitive (B) April 7-8, 2012 Bill Crothers Championships Secondary School -> host hotel: Hilton Suites Markham $99.99/night - pg. 11 Ontario Junior Recreational (CDE) April 7, 2012 Bill Crothers Championships Secondary School -> host hotel: Hilton Suites Markham $99.99/night - pg. 11 Ontario Team Cup Championship April 8, 2012 Bill Crothers -> host hotel: Hilton Suites Markham $99.99/night - pg. 11 Secondary School

international EVENTS Tournament Name Date Host BWF World Senior Championships August 21-27, 2011 Richmond, BC Canadian International Challenge December 12-17, 2011 Moncton, NB Yonex Canada Open Grand Prix July 10-15, 2012 Richmond, BC

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play a provincial championship in 2012 specific championship details: •

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The Ontario Open Championships - cash purse will be a minimum $2000, you can check the status of the purse amount online after each tournament—players must have played at least one (1) tournament on the Series to be eligible to play in the championship. The Ontario Competitive Championships - cash purse will be a minimum $2000, you can check the status of the purse amount online after each tournament—open to any player not classified as an ‘A’ player by B.On on September 1, 2011. Players must have played at least one (1) tournament on the Series to be eligible to play in the championship. The Ontario Recreational Championships - restricted to senior plays only (no juniors) and open to any player not classified as an ‘A’ or ‘B’ player by B.On on September 1, 2011. The Ontario Team Cup Championship—Open, Junior & Masters Divisions, entries permitting. Players must all be from the same club or league team. B.On membership cards not required. The Ontario Masters Championships - Age requirement is at the commencement date of the tournament for 35+, 40+, 45+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+. The Ontario Junior High Performance (A) Championships—Age requirement is as follows: U23 born in 1989 or later; U19 born in 1993 or later; U16 born in 1996 or later; U14 born in 1998 or later; U12 born in 2000 or later. The Ontario Junior Competitive (B) Championships - open to any junior player not classified as an ‘A’ player by B.On on September 1, 2011 that has not qualified for or played in the 2012 Ontario Junior High Performance Championships. The Ontario Junior Recreational (CDE) Championships - open to any junior player not classified as an ‘A’ or ‘B’ player by B.On on September 1, 2011 that has not qualified for or played in the 2012 Ontario Junior HP/Competitive Championships. A player card is not required for this event.

ontario junior ranking system ojrs objectives and purpose:  

the ojrs system will track tournament results for provincial and national circuit events and is designed for players, their parents and their coaches to: • • • • •  

provide feedback on standings and progress throughout the season; provide a tool in which players can set and measure goals; provide a means to discover and develop among their peers; motivate and prepare players in their development; encourage higher levels of participation and player development.

the ojrs is also used by several organizations as a guide to: • •

qualify and seed players for circuit tournaments; identify developing players suited for special programmes such as High Performance events;

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work with product and financial sponsors to qualify player development and recognize player achievement.

 

ranking guidelines - summarized • • • • • •

Ranking is based on Best 4 results with at least 1 result from a higher circuit of the player’s competitive class. Best 4 results for each singles, doubles and mixed event must have been played in the last 12 months. Points are awarded for each successive round played in the Main rounds and ‘B’ or consolation rounds. Tournament base points are weighted against having at least 8 top ranked players of the competitive class. Base points are published as a Points Grid accessible through the B.On website under Junior Ranking. Tournaments that are ranked must be sanctioned and listed by B.On and must report and publish tournament results using Tournament Planner software.

  For more information on the OJRS including some FAQ, please go online to the B.On website at www.badmintonontario.ca under Junior Rankings. Queries—please email JrRanking@badmintonontario.ca.

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Badminton

FUN damentals

Introduce badminton to the young at your school!

An extra-curricular program for grade 2&3 students

What is it? The program runs after school with groups of 25-30 students Length is 6 weeks: 1 hour, 1 day a week how do i deliver it? Courses must be conducted by trained facilitators To become a faciliator you must have: minimum NCCP level 1 (or program training from Badminton Ontario) and HIGH FIVE Sport training What resources do i use? Facilitator Kits are available to use in multiple school programs. Kits include a bag, 40 racquets (20 @ 60cm & 20 @ 53cm), 16 tubes of plastic birds, and 4� sponge balls (while stock lasts) NOTE: Kits should be used at more than one school to be used effectively and efficiently. Contact Warren below to find out if your District already has a kit available for new programs!

COST: less than $5 per participant!

Each participating school receives a Black Knight/Badminton Ontario sponsored package including choice of racquets, nets and/or birds.

To run a Badminton FUNdamentals course at your school, contact warren.brownlee @badmintonontario.ca

Player Development Services

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11.12 Awards criteria Junior Athletes of the Year (U12/U14/U16/U19) The junior female and male athletes of the year are chosen based on: • • •

Number of sanctioned events played (participation); How high they finished in each sanctioned event (excellence); and Total number of points accumulated between September 1, 2011 and May 20, 2012 as per B.On rankings.

If there is a tie, other considerations include: • •

Volunteer and participation in other Badminton Ontario programs and events; National and International competition and results.

Adult Athletes of the Year The adult male and female athletes of the year are chosen based on: • • •

Number of sanctioned events played (participation); How high they finished in each sanctioned event (excellence); and Total number of points accumulated between September 1, 2011 and April 1, 2012 as per B.On rankings.

If there is a tie, other considerations include: • Volunteer and participation in other Badminton Ontario programs and events; • National and International competition and results. Ontario Championship Banner Points are accumulated by athletes on behalf of their affiliated club for each 1st, 2nd or 3rd placing at any Badminton Ontario sanctioned event. Points won at an Ontario Championship are double that of a regular sanctioned event. The club with the most points will receive the Ontario Championship Banner. Consolation winners and finalists are not awarded points. • 1st place: 3 points • 2nd place: 2 points • 3/4 place: 1 point You can keep track of your club’s status on our facebook page! Coach of the Year The coach of the year is selected from nominations by the selection/coaching commitee. Anyone is welcome to nominate their coach, regardless if they are a member of Badminton Ontario. Coaches cannot nominate themselves. Nomination forms are available online on our website under ‘resources’. Applications will be accepted from February 1, 2012 to April 1, 2012. Early nominations will not be accepted.

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11.12 Players Handbook  

The players handbook and competition schedule for members.

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