HOW WE PLAN TO KEEP YOU SAFE:

General Plan for COVID safety

Space & Venue/Equipment Sanitizing

  1. Venue capacity will be reduced by 50% or more to allow for adequate social distancing.
  2. Venue areas will be marked to allow one-way flow of traffic and 6 feet social distancing,
    including spacing of spectator seats.
  3. Designated entry and exit points will be communicated to athletes, coaches, and
    spectators to ensure a smooth transition in and out of the venue.
  4. Hand sanitizers will be located in prime areas of the venue.
  5. Venues will have increased sanitizing and cleaning schedules of high-contact surface
    areas.
  6. Venues will have signage encouraging good hygiene and social distancing.
    Announcements will be made throughout the day.
  7. Competition and warm-up mats will be sanitized with a commercial-grade disinfectant
    before every competition, Disinfectant which is EPA approved protects against viruses and
    bacteria including coronavirus./
  8. To control gathering size. We will notify each session as to when they may enter the
    venue. Time will be allotted between sessions to allow teams and spectators to exit the
    venue before entering the next session and allow for additional sanitizing.

Athletes

  1. Everyone must conduct daily symptom assessments. Symptoms may include fever over 100.3 degrees Fahrenheit or chills, cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat. Anyone
    experiencing symptoms must stay home.
  2. Temperature checks may be required at the athlete/coach entrance. Anyone with a
    temperature of 100.3 will not be allowed to enter.
  3. Athletes must wear face coverings at all times prior to entering the warmup area and
    upon completion of their routine.
  4. Athletes will be required to use provided hand sanitizer upon entrance into the warmup area and as they leave the competition floor.
  5. Athletes will be required to use provided disinfect for their shoes upon entry into the
    warmup area. We recommend keeping competition shoes in athletes’ bags until they enter the warmup area.
  6. Athletes are required to bring their own separate water bottles into the warmup area. No shared water coolers or bottles will be available.
  7. Athletes will place bags in the designated area when entering warm-up. The designated area will be sanitized between each team.
  8. Athletes will receive their athlete gift at the coach’s check-in or upon exiting the competition floor.
  9. Awards may be virtual.

Coaches

  1. Everyone must conduct daily symptom assessments. Symptoms may include fever over
    100 degrees Fahrenheit or chills, cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat. Anyone
    experiencing symptoms must stay home.
  2. Temperature checks may be required at the athlete/coach entrance. Anyone with a temperature of 100.3 will not be allowed to enter.
  3. Coaches must wear face coverings at all times.
  4. We will have a designated area for teams to gather prior to their warmup time.
  5. Coaches will be required to use provided hand sanitizer upon entrance into the warmup area and as they leave the competition floor.
  6. Athletes will receive athlete gifts at coach’s check-in or upon exiting the floor. Awards
    may be virtual. In the event of virtual awards, we ask for one coach to pick up team awards after the final session of their virtual awards at coaches check-in.

Spectators

  1. Everyone must conduct daily symptom assessments. Symptoms may include fever over 100.3 degrees Fahrenheit or chills, cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat. Anyone experiencing symptoms must stay home.
  2. Temperature checks may be required at the athlete/coach entrance. Anyone with a temperature of 100.3 will not be allowed to enter.
  3. Spectators must wear face coverings at all times.
  4. Spectators must follow all social distancing guidelines at all times and practice good
    hygiene with proper handwashing and sanitizing.
  5. Spectators will be notified through our app when they may enter the building for their
    session. We ask you to immediately exit the building after the session to allow us adequate time to properly sanitize shared spaces before the next session begins.

Maps/Vendors/Admission/Updated Information

  1. Maps indicating designated areas for athletes, traffic flow, walking pathways, etc., will be available on the event page as plans are approved by local health officials and venues.
  2. Vendor information will be updated on our site as we move towards online vendors for
    venues that do not allow adequate space to social distance.
  3. Admission information will be updated as we look into online ticket sales.
  4. All updated information will be available on the event page.

** Please note that these guidelines may differ from state to state. Understand also
that these guidelines can change without notice as this pandemic is changing the
way we live our lives daily. We will do our best to communicate any changes with as
much advanced notice as possible.**