Floor Hockey

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Virtual Program

When: Wednesday evenings beginning November 4th from 6:00 – 7:00 pm

Athletes will need to sign up for a free ZOOM account at www.zoom.us

Athletes may also download the ZOOM CLOUD MEETING app through the Play Store

The following YouTube video is a great resource for using Zoom:

I will post the link to the Zoom Meeting here each week:

November 4th:

November 11th:

November 18th:

November 25th:

December 2nd:

December 9th:

December 16th:

 

In-Person Program

In order for athletes to participate in the In-Person part of the program there are a number of important documents that MUST be completed and returned to me BEFORE you may participate.  If I have not received the documents you will not be allowed to participate/attend practice – NO EXCEPTIONS!

The documents may be downloaded to your computer, filled out and returned to me by email at localcoordinator@cvso.ca

Please have a parent, caregiver or friend help you with the forms if you are having difficulty.

          2021-21 Athlete Registration and Medical Form

          2020-21 SOBC Participant Waiver

          Athlete Program Participation Agreement

          COVID-19 Declaration

Also, please watch the following videos

          Physical Distancing

          Proper Hand Washing

          Wearing a non-medical mask or face covering

Finally, athletes are encouraged to complete the following online assessment tool BEFORE COMING TO PRACTICE EVERY WEEK

          BC Online Assessment Tool


Where: Courtenay Recreation – Lewis Centre (489 Old Island Hwy, Courtenay)

When: Sundays beginning November 22nd from 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm

Cost: Free

Contact: Randy James (250-897-1828)

Description:

Floor hockey is adapted from the games of ice hockey and ringette and is the only team sport in Special Olympics Winter Sports. Floor hockey is played in a rink surfaced with wood or concrete, not ice. The teams are composed of six players, including a goalie. Athletes use wooden poles (without blades) as sticks and large felt discs with an open centre as pucks.

Special Olympics Floor Hockey also offers individual skills competition to allow athletes to train and compete in basic floor hockey skills. The development of these key skills is necessary prior to advancing to team play.

Floor hockey events:

  • Team Competition

The following events provide meaningful competition for athletes with lower ability levels:

  • Shoot Around the Goal
  • Pass
  • Stickhandling
  • Shoot for Accuracy
  • Defense