Windsor, Ontario

July 25 - 31, 2022



Track & Field

Sport

DATE:  Saturday, July 30, 2022 TIME: 8:00am

LOCATION: University of Windsor Alumni Field, 2555 College Ave. Windsor, ON

SPORT DESCRIPTION: 

Discuss – Men (Open & Senior 4.40lb., 2kg), (Master & Grand Master A & B 3.52lb, 1.6kg).  Grand Master C, D, E and all women’s divisions 2.2lb. (1kg.)

Shot-put – Men (Open & Senior 16lb., 7.26kg) (Master & Grand Master A & B 12lb., 5.44kg). Grand Master C, D, E and all women’s divisions 8.82 lb. (4 kg.)

High Hurdles – Men (Open & Senior 39in., 99cm), (Master & Grand Master 36in., 90.15cm).

Intermediate Hurdles – Men (Open, Senior, Master 36in., 91.44cm), (Gr. Master 33in., 84cm).

Hurdles – Women (All categories 33in., 84cm).          

Triple Jump        

Long Jump

High Jump

100 M

200 M

400 M

800 M

1500 M

DATE AND TIMES:  Friday, July 29, 2022, 8:00am

           LOCATION: St. Clair College (check in at Classic Gym), 2000 Talbot Rd. Windsor, ON

SPORT DESCRIPTION: All components are completed in one day.  Medals are awarded based on total number of points accumulated. All competitors are required to start all stages of the event or be disqualified from competition.  Competitors in the 200 lbs. (90.72 kg) and OVER division will weigh-in each day at 0700 during the rules meeting.  A rules meeting will be held at 0700 each day at St Clair College. 

All divisions will participate on the same day.

Order of Events – 3.1-mile (5 km) run, shot put, 100 M sprint (to be run on a track), 100 M swim*, 20-foot (6.1 metre) Rope climb, bench press, pull-ups and obstacle course. No “Gloves” allowed for rope climb, bench press or obstacle course.  No bench shirts allowed for bench press. *The swim will be in a 25-meter pool; therefore, four lengths of the pool will be required.

NOTE:  This event is capped at 40 competitors each day so register soon!  Entries for this event close July 1, 2022.  The Event Coordinator reserves the right to combine age divisions based on number of registrants.

DATE and TIMES:  Thursday, July 28, 2022, 4pm to 10pm

            Friday, July 29, 2022, 4pm to 10pm   

NOTE: Participants for 1 or both dates.

LOCATION: Caesars Windsor, Guns n’ Hoses

Qualification Round – Winner of each table advances

Championship Round between all table winners

Play will continue until the winner is determined.  Play is limited to the first 36 registrants each night.  Players may register and play both nights. If less than 18 players (3 tables) register the two nights will be combined.  Medals will be awarded for each night of play.  Blinds will increase every 30 minutes. Blinds may be increased as play warrants.                      

Disputes arising from play shall be resolved in a timely manner at the absolute discretion of the Event Coordinator. Decisions shall be final and may not be appealed.

                    

Texas Hold’em

DATE:  Wednesday, July 27, 2022 TIME: 9:00am

LOCATION: Major Fa Tilston Armoury (Drill Hall), 4007 Sandwich St. Windsor, ON

SPORT DESCRIPTION:  All competitors shall submit a medical exam report, signed by a licensed physician and based on a physical completed with-in six months of competition.  This sport combines elements of wrestling, Judo, Jiu-jitsu and Sambo.  Participants may use takedowns, pins, and submission holds from a variety of martial arts and wins a match by either accumulating more points than their opponent, or by submission of the opponent. 

All competitors to weigh-in; details to be provided at registration.  Competitors must enter their weight division and may also enter the Absolute Class.  Each competitor must specify if they are willing to compete in a higher weight division if there are insufficient competitors within their weight division.    

Each competitor will supply their own clothing and equipment.  If there are not enough competitors in a division, they may be moved up or down in a class to compete.  Depending on the number of women competitors, they may be divided into additional classifications.  If there are limited entries, a round robin type tournament will be used for the matches, with awards still being given by divisions.

DATE:  Wednesday, July 27, 2022 TIME: 9:00am

LOCATION: Libro Recreation Centre (Staging area), 3295 Meloche Road, Amherstburg, ON

SPORT DESCRIPTION:  A race against the clock on an open country road loop, with the main road having paved shoulders, consisting of small elevation changes.  This course is intended for all levels of riders with a personal challenge incentive.

All riders must attend the pre-race briefing (rider’s meeting) normally held at the staging area prior to the competition. A protective helmet complying with current safety standard s (SNELL ANSI / ASTM Certified), provided by the rider, shall be worn at all times when warming-up or racing. A rider will be disqualified if he/she removes the helmet during the race. Clip-ons/aerobars are allowed.

DATE:  Friday, July 29, 2022 TIME: 9:00am

LOCATION:  Birmingham Gun Club
8701 Richardson Road, Commerce Charter Township, Michigan, USA  48390

GUIDING BODIES: American Trap Shooting Assoc. (ATSA) / Can-Am Police-Fire Games Federation

SPORT DESCRIPTION: 12 gauge shotgun only. 100 birds each individual event.  Five person teams.  Reloads will be permitted, but must conform to ATSA regulations.  New shells will be available for purchase. Doubles will be shot 25 pair per trap.

16 yd Event:         Division “A” – Rating of 92% and over.

                            Division “B” – Rating of 91% and under.

21 yd Event:         Division “A” – Rating of 88% and over.

                            Division “B” – Rating of 87% and under.

Doubles Events: Division “A” – Rating of 86% and over.

                             Division “B” – Rating of 85% and under.

Competitors without an ATSA/National Affiliate classification should enter the “B” Division. They will be classified by performance on their first 50 targets in the Individual event. 300 birds will be shot.

TOP GUN AWARD:  See Sporting Clays profile.  

ADDITONAL FEES:  $37 (US funds) per 100 rounds per person to be paid onsite. Ammunition is available for purchase at the Gun Club

DATE:  Thursday, July 28, 2022 TIME: 9:00am

LOCATION: Major FA Tilston Armoury, 4007 Sandwich St. Windsor, ON

SPORT DESCRIPTION:  This event will be a Patrol Dog 2 (PD2) narcotic and explosive detection competition run under the umbrella of the United States Police Canine Association, using USPCA rules and guidelines. You must register for either Narcotics OR Explosives.  There will be no spectators allowed for this event.  Medals will be awarded to the dogs with the top 3 scores in each division.

Competition is open to dogs on regularly scheduled duty with a law enforcement organization of any unit of government. The handler must be a member of the same law enforcement organization and working in that capacity. Competitors must wear Department uniforms, minus sidearm.

You do not have to be a USPCA member to register for the games. Here are links to the exercises:  Drug Detection Rules   Explosive Detection Rules 

TOP DOG:  To be considered for Top Dog, you are required to enter BOTH the Canine Detection event (narcotics or explosives) as well as the Police Service Dog event.  Combined scores from the two events will determine medals for overall Top Dog. (Register for Top Dog event on the Police Service Dog registration page)

Spectators are not permitted.

DATE AND TIME:  Wednesday, July 27, 2022, 4:00pm to 9:00pm

LOCATION: Superbowl Lanes, 10,000 Tecumseh Rd E. Windsor, ON

SPORT DESCRIPTION:  All events are scratch scores (NO handicap).  Each bowler will be classified according to their highest League average (minimum 21 games).  Doubles Teams must add their averages together and divide by 2 to find their division. 

DATE:  Thursday, July 28, 2022 TIME: 9:00am

LOCATION: Major Fa Tilston Armoury (Outdoor Range), 4007 Sandwich St. Windsor, ON

GUIDING BODIES:  National Rifle Assoc. (NRA), Canadian Police Combat Association (CPCA), Can-Am Police-Fire Games Federation

SPORT DESCRIPTION:  Practical Police Combat (PPC) 1500-point course. All events are unisex.

Classification: Competitors without classification cards must enter in Marksman and then classified according to their first 90 rounds.

Competitors who have NRA Classifications must enter in the following CPCA Classifications.

Canadian Police Combat Association Classifications will be used as follows:

Individual

  • Marksman – 00.00% to 85.99%                                  (N.R.A. Classified)
  • Sharpshooters – 86.00% to 91.99%                           (N.R.A. Marksman)
  • Expert – 92.00% to 95.99%                                        (N.R.A. Sharpshooter)
  • Master – 96.00% to 97.39%                                       (N.R.A. Expert)
  • Distinguished Master – 97.40% to 98.39%                (N.R.A. Master)
  • Grand Master – 98.40% and higher                           (N.R.A. High Master)

Four Person Teams

  • Marksman
  • Sharpshooters
  • Expert
  • Master
  • Distinguished Master
  • Grand Master

The team classifications will be based on Table 1 of the CPCA Rule book and will be the Team Average of team members classifications from the individual event.

Weapons and Ammunition:

  • Weapons: Revolver and Automatics specified in NRA rule 3.0
  • Ammunition: Ammunition Specified in NRA rule 3.0

Current NRA Rules shall apply to this event, except for the awards formula and the eligibility of competitors. These two areas will be governed by the Can-Am Police and Fire rules as covered in General Sports Rules. Where there is a conflict between NRA rules and Can-Am Police-Fire Games rules, the Can-Am Police and Fire Games will be used.

Competitors may use a duty weapon or approved handgun.  Competitors must supply their own ammunition.

  • Handgun of 9mm or greater—semi-automatic or revolver 
  • 4 magazines or 4 speed loaders, minimum needed

No competitor will be allowed on the firing range without safety equipment comprised of a vest, and ear and eye protection authorized by the Equipment Control Official.  Each competitor shall bring his/her own safety equipment and they shall be checked at the same time that the triggers are weighted and tagged by the Equipment Control Official. 

Ballistic Vest: Threat Level 2 as outlined by the National Institute of Justice.

Eye Protection: Any polycarbonate lens what will deflect casings from both handgun and rifle rounds. 

Ear Protection: Any ear protection if the Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) does not exceed 33 decibels.)  For safety reasons, competitors must be “qualified” with their firearm and familiar with range rules and safety (i.e. formal agency training). 

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO A VEST, YOU MUST NOTIFY THE EVENT COORDINATOR AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION.

COURSE OF FIRE:

MATCH 1: STANDING WITHOUT SUPPORT POSITION

  • Two stages of 12 shots each fired double action from the standing without support position.
    • First stage fired at 7 meters
    • Second stage fired at 15 meters
      • Twenty seconds for each stage starting with loaded gun in holster and including time to reload.

MATCH 2: KNEELING AND STANDING AT 25 METERS

  • 6 shots kneeling, 6 shots left hand from behind the barricade, 6 shots right hand from behind the barricade, all fired double action.
    • Time is 90 seconds for entire course starting with loaded gun in holster and including time to reload.

MATCH 3: SITTING, PRONE AND STANDING AT 50 METERS 

  • 6 shots sitting – 6 shots prone – 6 shots left hand from behind the barricade – 6 shots right hand from behind the barricade, all fired single or double action.
    • Time 2 minutes 45 seconds starting with loaded gun in holster and including time to reload.

MATCH 4: STANDING POSITION WITHOUT SUPPORT 25 METERS

  • Two stages of 12 shots each fired double action, standing position at 25 meters.
    • Time 35 seconds for each 12-shot stage starting with loaded gun in the holster and including time to reload.

(NOTE: Semi-automatic pistols, as defined in Rule 3.3. and 3.4. the words “all firing double action” does not apply to semi-automatic pistols – CPCA)

MATCH 5

STAGE 1

  • 7 meters – double action – 12 shots from the standing without support position. Twenty seconds, time starts with loaded gun in the holster and includes reloading for second 6 shot string.

STAGE 2

  • 25 meters – double action – 6 shots kneeling – 6 shots standing left hand from behind the barricade – 6 shots standing right hand from behind the barricade. Ninety seconds, time starts with loaded gun in holster and includes reloading for subsequent 6 shot strings.

STAGE 3

  • 50 meters – single or double action – 6 shots sitting – 6 shots prone – 6 shots standing left hand from behind the barricade – 6 shots standing right hand from behind the barricade. Two minutes and 45 seconds, time starts with loaded gun in holster and includes reloading for subsequent 6 shot strings.

STAGE 4

  • 25 meters – double action – 6 shots standing without support. Twelve seconds, time starts with loaded gun in holster. No barricade or other support may be used.

**Total rounds shot in Matches #1 through #4 is 90 shots.

**Total rounds shot in Match #5 is 60 shots.

**Total Course of Fire for Matches 1 through 5 is 150 rounds, for a total possible score of 1,500 points.

TEAM EVENT COURSE OF FIRE

The Team event score is the total of the individual scores of the team members from the last match. Each team member can shoot a total of 600 points for a possible team score of 2,400 points.  TEAMS MUST BE DECLARED BEFORE ANY INDIVIDUAL TEAM MEMBER SHOOTS

DATE:  Saturday, July 30, 2022 TIME: 9:00am

LOCATION:  Detroit Gun Club – 2775 Oakley Park Rd, Commerce Charter Twp, MI 48390

GUIDING BODIES:  Can-Am Police-Fire Games Federation, National Sporting Clays Assoc. (NSCA)

SPORT DESCRIPTION:  Classifications will be made on site. Competitors without FITASC, CPSG or USSCA classification should enter “B” Division.  Classification is by performance on the first 50 targets in the individual event. 12-gauge shotgun only/100 birds/individual event. Shot shell restricted to no heavier than 1 1/8 ounces.  Shot size no larger than 7 1/2. Competitors in this event are responsible for supplying their own shotgun and all ammunition. Warm-up Flushes available on-site for $5.00 per 15 warm-up shots. Teams will consist of 5 persons.

TOP GUN:  To be eligible for Top Gun you must enter the three Trap events; singles and doubles in Skeet; and the individual in Sporting Clays (Total 600 Birds).

    Division “A” – Rating of 76% and over.

    Division “B” – Rating of 75% and under.

ADDITONAL FEES: $63 (US funds) per 100 rounds per person to be paid onsite. Ammunition is available for purchase at the Gun Club

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