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Tier 6 to 7

Synchro BC/CSC-PAC Sport Specific Criteria

Synchro BC, Canadian Sport Centre Pacific and the network of PacificSport Centres are committed to supporting BC performance athletes. The carding levels below are consistent with the athlete performance pathway in BC. Go to CSC Pacific website and find out more about services available to High Performance athletes.

Canadian Development – Level 1
General Criteria: 
- On stream to make national senior team in 1 year as verified by Synchro Canada
Specific Criteria:
- Athletes currently on national Junior Team and has represented Canada at international development events.

Canadian Development – Level 1A
General Criteria:
- On stream to make national senior team in 2-3 years as verified by Synchro Canada
Specific Criteria:
- Athletes who place within the top 3 provincially in Junior Figures
- Junior national team members who do qualify as Level 1

Provincial Development – Level 2
General Criteria:
- Provincial elite athletes who are tracking twoarsd Level 1/1A according to Synchronized Swimming’s specific development pathway (LTAD)
- Competed at age appropriate national championships
- Has been competing in Synchronized Swimming for a minimum of 2 years
Specific Criteria
- Athletes who place within the top 3 provincially in 13-15 national stream
- Athletes who place within the top 6 provincially in Junior

Provincial Development – Level 3
General Criteria:
- Provincial elite athletes who are tracking towards Level 2 according to Synchronized Swimming’s specific development pathway (LTAD)
- Has been competing in Synchronized Swimming for a minimum of 2 years
Specific Criteria:
- Athletes who place within the top 6 provincially in 13-15 national stream
- Athletes who place within the top 6 nationally in 16-18
- In 2013-2014 and 2014-2015, athletes officially shortlisted for Canada Winter Games (top 12)

Any questions regarding eligibility or criteria, please contact Susan Kemper.


AAP (Athlete Assistance Program)

Introduction

The BC Athlete Assistance Program (BC AAP) is an athlete-centred program of financial assistance funded by the Province of British Columbia through the Sport Branch of the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development and administered through ViaSport British Columbia.

Objectives

The intent of the BC Athlete Assistance Program (BC AAP) is to:

  • Provide support to BC high performance athletes striving to represent the Province and Canada in athletic competition.
  • Relieve some of the pressures associated with training and competition needs association with participation in national and international sport.

The targeted athletes for this program are:

  • Those in the position to compete for Team BC
  • Those who are ranked just below the cut-off to receive Sport Canada Athlete Assistance Program funding (S1/S2 carding levels)
    Please note: athletes in receipt of Sport Canada funding may be eligible for BC AAP funding.

Provincial Guidelines, Policies and Procedures

The full Provincial Sport Organization guidelines, policies and procedures can be found on the viaSport website. All information regarding selection and eligibility is subject to change and is determined by the most recent guidelines received.
Funding given in the current year is based on BC AAP results from the previous season and dependent on the budget received from the government of BC; which can change from season to season.

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