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Ontario Summer Games
What are the Ontario Summer Games?

The Ontario Games Program includes 5 multi-sport Games that provide athletes of all ages, from all regions of Ontario the chance to compete against their fellow provincial athletes. The Ontario Games Program gives participants, communities, volunteers and everyone a chance to celebrate sport in Ontario. The Ontario Summer Games is held every two years, on even numbered years.

Each of Ontario’s five zones builds teams of archers to compete in a multi-sport mini-Olympics. Each zone will be made up of 12 archers: 6 male, and 6 female for a total of 60 archers. Archers may compete in Recurve, or Compound divisions, under the age groups of Junior (20 and under) and Cadet (17 and under). One male and one female coach/manager will chaperone for each Zone.

Archers must shoot a minimum of two qualification rounds (Recurve at 60m, and Compound at 50m) to be eligible for their zone team. Any 720 posted on the OAA website can be used. If a qualifier is shot out of zone the archer must have their signed scorecard forwarded to their home zone team manager. Scores must be in BEFORE June 26, 2016 to be eligible.

The 2016 Summer Games will be held in Mississauga August 11 to August 14, 2016. Archers are provided meals and accommodations. There is a cost associated with registration. Teams must provide their own shirt/uniform but may fund-raise to help offset uniform costs. Archers who reside over a pre-defined distance from the host location and carpool are eligible for some travel money.

The Competition Format has CHANGED for 2016 as follows:  Competition Day One will be a Double 720, Compounds 50m on 6 ring or 10 ring 80 cm face, and Recurve at 60m (cadet distance) on 122 cm face. Day Two is a single 720 rnd in the morning followed by Round Robin in the afternoon.  Compounds will do Match play and Recurve will do set play.  Details to follow.

Each team will require a Coach and a Team Manager.

Preferred coach certification for OSG 2016 will be NCCP fully certified Instructor Intermediate (former Level 2).
The minimum of coach certification for OSG 2016 will be Fully Certified Instructor Beginner (former Level 1). 

 All those interested should forward their interest and qualifications to their Zone Director.

Teams including athletes and support staff are expected to adhere to the OAA Team Policies and sign an athlete’s agreement


TEAM LEADERS

Northwestern (NW)
Jane Perry "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."
Gord Bonitzke "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."
***NOTE: Please send scores to Lana Perry "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."

Northeastern (NE)
Ray Sabourin "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."

Eastern (E)
Dave Watson "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."
Jordan Sequillion "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."

Central (C)
Katie Roth "
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Trevor Gibson "
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Western (W)
Lyndsey "
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2016 ONTARIO SUMMER GAMES
Location: Mississauga, Ontario
Erindale Park
1695 Dindas St. W
Mississauga, ON, L5C 1E3
Date: August 11th - 16th

Official Games Website: https://www.osgmississauga.ca/


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