Revolution Try Out Form (Stratford Basketball Association)

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This registration form MUST be fully complete prior to participating in any Stratford Revolution basketball activities.
    Player Information
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    3. N5A 7V8
    4. Age Reference Chart https://stratfordbasketball.com/Pages/1013/Age_Reference_Chart/
    Previous OBA Experience
    Parent/Guardian Information
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    2. Example: [email protected] Your submission will be sent to this address.
    1. Conduct Policy for Athletes

      Definition
      Anyone who participates in an activity, including but not limited to practices, games and tournaments, is considered an athlete.

      Goal Statement
      Any athlete participating in Ontario Basketball sanctioned events will be expected to adhere to Ontario Basketball principles of Fair Play and the Conduct Policy for Athletes.

      Actions
      Athletes will always model mature behaviour consistent with that of Ontario Basketball guidelines. In addition to the responsibilities of the Code of Conduct, athletes of OBA will:

      • Adhere to all Fair Play principles.
      • Participate to one’s best abilities in all competitions, practices, training sessions, events, or activities.
      • Properly represent oneself and not attempt to enter a competition for which one is not eligible, by reason of age, classification, or other reason.
      • Participate for the love and enjoyment of the game.
      • Respect the efforts and accomplishments of teammates and opponents.
      • Respect officials, coaches, spectators and event organizers.
      • Respect the facility where the competition is held.
      • Respect the rules of the game.

      Individuals who are witness to any actions contrary to the Conduct Policy for Athletes should contact Ontario Basketball’s Commissioner of Fair Play and Resolution.

    2. Conduct Policy for Spectators

      Definition
      Anyone watching a particular athletic activity or event whether sitting or standing is considered a spectator. A spectator may be a parent, a relative, friend, teammate, athlete from opposing team, administrator or coach not directly involved in the game. Spectators are an important part of any athletic activity; however, they are not essential. Spectators should never influence the outcome of an event and must never pose a distraction to athletes, other spectators, timers, score keepers and referees.

      Goal Statement
      Any spectator watching an OBA sanctioned event will be expected to respect and adhere to the Spectator Conduct Policy.

      Actions
      In addition to the responsibilities of this OBA Code of Conduct, spectators of athletes and spectators at events will:

      • Support the game of basketball.
      • Encourage athletes to play by the rules and resolve conflicts without resorting to hostility or violence.
      • Stress the importance of participation.
      • Avoid spectator-imposed pressures to win.
      • Be supportive of the athlete, team, coach, opponents and officials.
      • Respect the decisions and judgments of officials and encourage athletes to do the same.
      • Maintain a supportive, constructive atmosphere conducive to the athletes’ personal development.
      • Refrain from negative communications with athletes, coaches, the scorers’ table or game officials.
      • At no time should spectators go on to the basketball court or approach the team bench area. This includes the time when teams enter for warm up until the time when teams leave the court at the end of the game.

      Individuals who are witness to any actions contrary to the Conduct Policy for Spectators should contact Ontario Basketball’s Commissioner of Fair Play and Resolution.

    3. Every participant in an OBA sanctioned activity is responsible for:

      a) Confirming annually as required by OBA their review of the concussion awareness resources available from the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport website; and

      b) Confirming annually as required by OBA their review of the Concussion Policy and Code of Conduct.

      If a participant is under 18 years of age, the parents/guardians of such participant is also responsible for a) and b) above.

    4. ASSUMPTION OF RISK, RELEASE, WAIVER, CONSENT AND INDEMNITY
      I hereby agree, in return for becoming a member of the Ontario Basketball Association (“OBA”) and my participation or the participation of the child named below in any practices, training, games, events, programs and/or activities organized, operated, conducted or sanctioned by OBA alone or with another organization (each an “OBA Program”):
      • THAT THE World Health Organization has classified the Coronavirus Disease (“COVID-19”) outbreak as a global pandemic and I am aware of the risks of COVID-19, and the risks to personal health, including by the failure to follow physical distancing, flowing from COVID-19;
      • THAT I AM assuming all health risks and adverse health related consequences, including without limitation COVID-19, to me and the child named below caused by or arising from engaging in any OBA Programs (the “Assumed Risks”);
      • THAT OBA is implementing Return to Play Guidelines (“RTP Guidelines”) the most recent version of which will be posted from time to time on OBA’s website;
      • THAT I AM aware of the RTP Guidelines, that I and the child named below will abide by the RTP Guidelines, and that the RTP Guidelines are subject to all federal, provincial and municipal laws, regulations, by-laws and orders as they may exist from time to time;
      • TO RELEASE the OBA, event organization bodies, sanctioning bodies and OBA sponsors and their respective directors, officers, employees, agents, volunteers, contractors, representatives, successors or assigns (collectively the “Releasees”) from any liability for any loss, damage, injury or expense (collectively “Loss”) that I may suffer arising out of or connected with the Assumed Risks and/or the content or implementation of the RTP Guidelines and/or my participation in and transportation to or from any OBA Program, due to any cause, including negligence;
      • TO WAIVE ANY CLAIM that I have or may have against any or all of the Releasees regarding any matter, including without limitation, any claim arising out of any OBA Program or implementation of the RTP Guidelines;
      • TO INDEMNIFY THE RELEASEES from any and all claims, actions or Loss resulting in any way from my participation or participation of the child named below in any OBA Program or from implementation of the RTP Guidelines;
      • THAT I am (or the child named below is) physically fit to participate in any OBA Programs; • THAT I am a legal guardian or custodial parent of the child named below;
      • THAT the OBA is authorized to record personal information, images and audio recordings in any medium of the child named below or me at or in relation to any OBA Program for publicity and promotional purposes or regarding the implementation of the RTP Guidelines, and I hereby consent to the collection, use and disclosure of such personal information about me and/or the child named below;
      • THAT OBA may use and disclose the information provided by me in relation to my application for membership to enable OBA to provide membership benefits to all OBA members.
      • TO CONDUCT myself in accordance with the ‘Guidelines for Behavior’ at OBA sanctioned events, as set out at https://basketball.on.ca/about-us/policies-and-procedures/.
      • TO COMPLY with the RTP Guidelines and its implementation and that any failure by me or the child named below to comply with the RTP Guidelines, the ‘Guidelines for Behavior’ or any other OBA rule or guideline may have consequences (including without limitation a withdrawal of permission to participate in an OBA Program or OBA Programs) and could jeopardize relevant insurance coverage.
      • THIS DOCUMENT SHALL bind my heirs, executors, administrators, assigns and personal representatives and will have effect throughout my membership in the OBA and, to the extent reasonably necessary to give it effect, thereafter; 
    Human Validation