We are continually updating this website page as the situation evolves and resources are created.
Last update: June 17, 2021 - please click here for the summary
Current Sport Levels
- All sports (except powerlifting) are in Special Olympics BC’s Return to Sport Level 2.
- Powerlifting is in SOBC’s Return to Sport Level 1.
SOBC Return to Sport Level 1 and 2 general requirements can be found in the Program Progressions chart. Sport operation details can be found in the sport-specific protocols below.
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SOBC Return to Sport Plan
- The full plan (June 17, 2021)
How do i return to sport?
The safety of all participants remains our highest priority. We appreciate everyone’s diligence in following all safety and hygiene protocols. This is essential to protect everyone.
Coach and volunteer webinars
SOBC is running required Return to Sport training webinars for all coaches in our open sports. Upcoming webinars will be posted here as arising.
The registration deadline for each is 9 a.m. on the day of the webinar.
- INDOORS: Masks are still required at all times.
- OUTDOORS: Masks are required only when 2 metres of physical distancing can’t be maintained. But participants should be encouraged to wear masks whenever possible.
Any participants who need to apply for an exemption for medical reasons are asked to contact SOBC staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Basic Program Safety Standards and Resources
- Application for Locals Starting or Restarting a Program (May 31, 2021)
- Standard Program Protocol (June 17, 2021)
- Program Progressions during Return to Sport (June 17, 2021)
- Program Safety Volunteer Role (May 31, 2021)
- Health Screening Tracking Form (October 30, 2020)
- Positive Case Timeline
- Immediate Emergency Contact List
Sport-Specific Protocols and Resources
All sports except powerlifting are in SOBC's Return to Sport Level 2.
Updated June 17, 2021
Return to Sport News
Please click here for past updates.
This email address is monitored by SOBC Vice President, Sport Lois McNary, SOBC Sport Manager Helen Cheung, and SOBC Program Manager Michelle Cruickshank to provide timely responses.