Windsor, Ontario

July 25 - 31, 2022



Soccer – 9 vs 9

Sport

DATE:   Friday, July 29, 2022           TIME: 09:00am – 05:30pm

DATE:   Saturday, July 30, 2022           TIME: 09:00am – 05:30pm

DATE:   Sunday, July 31, 2022           TIME: 09:00am – 01:00pm

LOCATION: McHugh Soccer Park – 9655 McHugh Street

SPORT DESCRIPTION: 

Teams are “Open Unisex” and games will be played in a 9 vs 9 format.  To ensure teams are separated into divisions where they will be competing against teams of similar skill levels a 3 round – Round Robin will set teams into Division “A” or “B” followed by a double elimination tournament with 8 teams in each Division.  Teams are guaranteed 5 games minimum and there will be a limit of 16 teams allowed in the tournament.  Teams may consist of up to 13 people – 12 dressed players with 1 non-playing coach/manager.  Each team should have two sets of matching jerseys that are numbered – one set white and one set dark. The team captain will submit the team name and team roster. Team members for this sport will not be considered as registered until the team captain completes this step and each team member completes the on-line registration.

EVENTS:

Open Unisex

DATE:   Friday, July 29, 2022           TIME: 08:00am shotgun start

LOCATION: Roseland Golf & Curling Club – 455 Kennedy Drive West

GOVERNING BODY: GOLF CANADA

The National Sport Federation and governing body for golf in Canada representing close to 271,000 golfers at more than 1,400 member clubs across the country. A proud member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, as the authority for golf in Canada, the association administers the Rules of Golf, amateur status, handicapping and course rating. Suite 1 – 1333 Dorval Drive / Oakville, ON / L6M 4X7 / 905.849.9700 / info@golfcanada.ca

SPORT DESCRIPTION:

This is an individual event with 18 holes played in one day.  This will be a shotgun start, limited to 144 competitors and will fill early so participants should register as soon as possible.

OFFICIALS: 

1 Marshall on front nine, 1 Marshall on back nine to enforce Golf Canada rules and course specific regulations/etiquette.

BRACKETING AND COMPETITION SCHEDULE:           

Venue Managers will arrange foursomes and assign starting holes in coordination with Head Golf Professional.  Tee off will be a Shotgun Start at 8am.  Players should arrive and report in by 7:30am at the latest.  Individuals will compete in the following divisions:

MEN

Under 30 – ages 18 through 29           0 to 6.2 handicap      

Under 30 – ages 18 through 29           6.3 to 12.9 Handicap 

Under 30 – ages 18 through 29           13 to 21 Handicap     

Under 30 – ages 18 through 29           Over 21                                  

Senior – ages 30 through 39               0 to 6.2 Handicap      

Senior – ages 30 through 39               6.3 to 12.9 Handicap 

Senior – ages 30 through 39               13 to 21 Handicap     

Senior – ages 30 through 39               Over 21                                  

Master – ages 40 through 49              0 to 6.2 Handicap      

Master – ages 40 through 49              6.3 to 12.9 Handicap 

Master – ages 40 through 49              13 to 21 Handicap     

Master – ages 40 through 49              Over 21                                  

Grand Master – ages 50+                    0 to 6.2 Handicap      

Grand Master – ages 50+                    6.3 to 12.9 Handicap 

Grand Master – ages 50+                    13 to 21 Handicap     

Grand Master – ages 50+                    Over 21                                  

WOMEN

Open – ages 18 through 34                0 to 6.2 Handicap      

35yrs & Over                                       0 to 6.2 Handicap      

Open – ages 18 through 34                6.3 to 12.9 Handicap 

35yrs & Over                                       6.3 to 12.9 Handicap 

Open – ages 18 through 34                13 to 21 Handicap     

35yrs & Over                                       13 to 21 Handicap     

Open – ages 18 through 34                Over 21                                  

35yrs & Over                                       Over 21

RULES & SCORING:

  • This is an individual event with a total of 18 holes played in one day.  It will be a shotgun start at 8am.  Players must arrive and check-in no later than 7:30am.
  • Gentlemen to play from the White Tees and Ladies from the Red Tees.
  • Each competitor must have proof of a certified handicap. i.e. RCGA handicap card or GHIN number at the time of the event. Players must have an official 2022 handicap index with Golf Canada or the PGA of America (USGA). This must be current.
  • Follow all local rules on scorecard and rule sheet.
  • Medals are awarded for the lowest gross and net scores in each division.  An individual may not win a medal in both gross and net.
  • The gross winners are determined first and removed from the list.  The net winners are determined from the remaining scores.
  • No golfer shall keep or mark their own scorecard.

RESULTS PROCESSING AND POSTING:           

Sport Manager, Venue Managers and Head Golf Professional will collect all scorecards immediately following competition.  They will process all scorecards to identify medal winners.  Winners posted on the 2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games Website at www.windsor2022.com and medals will be available for pick-up (with identification) at registration beginning at 7am the morning after the event.

DATE:   Wednesday, July 27, 2022           TIME: 08:00am warm-up / 09:00am first heat

LOCATION: Windsor International Aquatic & Training Centre (WIATC) – 401 Pitt Street West

SPORT DESCRIPTION: 

A single day swim meet hosted at the Windsor International Aquatic & Training Centre.  Built in 2014, this state-of-the-art, indoor aquatics facility has hosted numerous world-class events and Olympians from dozens of countries.  The Olympic pool will be set in a 10 lane, 25 metre (short course) configuration with an additional 10 lane, 25 metre, warm-up/warm-down pool adjacent to the competition pool. All swimmers will be assigned randomly to heats and lanes.  All swimmers compete against the clock.  Until the meet begins a swimmer can scratch from an event. No deck entries will be allowed. Relays must be made up of competitors from the same agency/organization. Team events (200m Medley & Freestyle Relay) consist of 4 person, same gender teams.  Co-Ed 200m Medley & Freestyle Relays consist of 2 men & 2 women.

WARM-UP PROCEDURE: 

In accordance with FINA – Swimming Natation Canada rules:

https://www.pacificcoastswimming.com/sites/default/files/documents/swimming-canada-competition-warm-up-safety-procedures-2016-09-26.pdf

EVENTS:

  • 50m, 100m, 200m Freestyle
  • 50m, 100, Backstroke
  • 50m, 100m Breaststroke
  • 50m, 100m Butterfly
  • 200m Individual Medley (Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly and Freestyle done in this order)
  • 200m Medley Relay
  • 200m Freestyle Relay

Each event above will be offered in the following age/gender categories:

  • Men’s Under 30 – ages 18 through 29
  • Men’s Senior – ages 30 through 39
  • Men’s Master – ages 40 through 49
  • Men’s Grand Master – ages 50 and over
  • Women’s Under 30 – ages 18 through 29
  • Women’s Senior- ages 30 through 39
  • Women’s Master- ages 40 through 49
  • Women’s Grand Master- ages 50 and over

Co-Ed Open Team Events:

  • 200m Medley Relay
  • 200m Freestyle Relay

DATE:   Saturday, July 30, 2022           TIME: 09:00am

LOCATION: Riverfront Festival Plaza

GUIDING BODY:  Can-Am Police-Fire Games Federation / Windsor Fire & Rescue Service

SPORT DESCRIPTION: 

This event consists of a series of firefighter tasks that are performed in a specific order. A description of the events is listed below. All four events will be run in the same day.  Competitors are permitted to wear athletic shoes and shorts. Competitors will bring their own turn-outs, helmets and gloves.   Liners can be removed from turnout coats. All competitors shall use SCBA’s provided. All events are timed.

This competition is not open to spouses or children.

Hose Event

Hose event evolutions shall be performed in the following order with turnout coat, helmet and air pack donned. Gloves are optional.

  1. The contestant will start 25 feet from a hydrant or pumper. They will run to and connect (2) 2 ½ in. lines to the outlets. Lines are 150 feet with nozzles and are not charged.
  2. The contestant will pull to full extension the 2 ½ in. lines. This can be done together or individually. The nozzles must cross the line marked on the pavement.
  3. The contestant shall proceed to (2) 50 foot sections of 3 inch hose and roll each one up.
  4. The contestant shall then carry the (2) rolled up sections of 3 inch hose 100 feet to the starting line.
  5. The competitor will advance a charged inch and three quarter hose line a distance of 75 feet and knock the target down with a hose stream.  The target will be constructed as an A frame and there will be a 1 foot diameter hole on the front side with a collapsible target mounted on the inside.  The nozzle must pass the 75 foot marker and the target must fall down.  Time stops when the target is knocked down.

Obstacle Event

Shall be performed in the following order with turnout coat, helmet, gloves and airpack donned.

  1. Contestant shall carry a 24’ extension ladder 100’, extend the ladder no less than 5 rungs, and place against a wall.
  2. Contestant shall carry four (4) large air bottles up four stories, no more than two at a time. Bottles can be in bag or tied together with a rope or handle attached.
  3. Contestant shall lift a 50-lb. Bucket or hose roll no less than 40’ (4 stories) and lift over rail or through window. Minimum height of rail, window sill or wall is 40 inches. Minimum of one safety person will maintain a handhold on the competitor during the lifting phase of the event.
  4. Carry bottles two at a time down to ground level and screw a nozzle onto a deluge gun.  Time stops when nozzle is seated.

Weight Event

Shall be performed in the following order with turnout coat and helmet.

  1. Contestant shall move the Kaiser Forcible Entry Machine (5) feet or an 18” truck tire, 10 feet with provided sledgehammer.
  2. Contestants shall run/walk 100 meters/yards to an eight-foot wall and scale the wall.
  3. Contestant shall run back to the starting line, pick up or drag a 165lb rescue manikin towards the wall a distance of 50 meters/yards around a cone and back to the start line for a total distance of 100 meters/yards.
  4. Contestants will then run/walk 100 meters/yards to the eight-foot wall, scale the wall, and return to the starting line.  Time stops when contestant crosses the start/finish line. NOTE: The wall will be made of chain link.

Climbing Event

Shall be performed in the following order with turnout coat, helmet and airpack.

  1. Contestant shall pick up from the ground a 100’ – 1 ½” high rise pack with nozzle and run 100 meters/yards to base of stairs.
  2. Contestant shall drop High Rise pack with nozzle and run up 40’ (4 stories) minimum or as many stories as the host facility can provide to designated spot.  Time stops when contestant reaches the designated spot.

DATE:   Wednesday, July 27, 2022           TIME: 07:00pm (evening run on the waterfront)

LOCATION:  Windsor’s Riverfront Trail

GUIDING BODY: Can-Am Police-Fire Games Federation

www.canampolicefiregames.org

SPORT DESCRIPTION:

For this 5K running race, you’ll travel along Windsor’s Riverfront Trail – a paved, extra-wide path that meanders through the Odette Sculpture Park, past the Korean War Memorial, and through Centennial Park.  While running west, you will get a great look at the Ambassador Bridge, which is the busiest international border crossing in North America. As you pass through Dieppe Park don’t miss monuments to the Canadian Army, Navy and Air Force.  Along the way you should spot The Spirit of Windsor steam locomotive and the Firefighters Memorial as well.  This is a nearly flat course along Windsor’s scenic waterfront with amazing views of the Detroit River and Skyline throughout your journey.  After the race hang around for medal presentations, prizes and some snacks!

EVENTS:

MEN & WOMEN DIVISIONS IN THE FOLLOWING AGE CATEGORIES:

18-29

30-34

35-39

40-44

45-49

50-54

55-59

60-64

65-69

70+

DATE:   Thursday, July 28, 2022           TIME: 07:00pm (evening run on the waterfront)

LOCATION:  Windsor’s Riverfront Trail

GUIDING BODY: Can-Am Police-Fire Games Federation

www.canampolicefiregames.org

SPORT DESCRIPTION:

For this 10K running race, you’ll travel along Windsor’s Riverfront Trail – a paved, extra-wide path passing right by the Festival Plaza – site of the 2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games Opening Ceremonies.  There will be all kinds of attractions along the way including the Firefighters Memorial, Rotary Centennial Plaza, The Spirit of Windsor steam locomotive, the Korean War Memorial and the Odette Sculpture Park just to name a few.  You’ll get a great look at the Ambassador Bridge (North America’s busiest border crossing) and then head back east.  At the far east end of the course, you will loop back just before Hiram Walker & Sons Ltd. – the largest distillery in North America (don’t worry – you can do the whisky tour another night!).  This is a nearly flat, paved course along Windsor’s scenic waterfront with amazing views of the Detroit River and Skyline throughout your journey. After the race hang around for medal presentations, prizes, and some snacks!

EVENTS:

MEN & WOMEN DIVISIONS IN THE FOLLOWING AGE CATEGORIES:

18-29

30-34

35-39

40-44

45-49

50-54

55-59

60-64

65-69

70+

DATE:   Saturday, July 30, 2022           TIME: 07:00am

LOCATION:  Windsor’s Riverfront Trail

GUIDING BODY: Can-Am Police-Fire Games Federation

www.canampolicefiregames.org

SPORT DESCRIPTION:

A 21K running race on Windsor’s Riverfront Trail– a paved, extra-wide path passing right by the Festival Plaza – site of the 2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games Opening Ceremonies.  There will be all kinds of attractions along the way including the Firefighters Memorial, Rotary Centennial Plaza, The Spirit of Windsor steam locomotive, the Korean War Memorial and the Odette Sculpture Park just to name a few.  You’ll get a great look at the Ambassador Bridge (North America’s busiest border crossing) and then head back east.  At the far east end of the course, you will loop back just before Hiram Walker & Sons Ltd. – the largest distillery in North America (don’t worry – you can do the whisky tour later!).  This is a nearly flat, paved course along Windsor’s scenic waterfront with amazing views of the Detroit River and Skyline throughout your journey. After the race hang around for medal presentations, prizes, and some snacks!

EVENTS:

MEN & WOMEN DIVISIONS IN THE FOLLOWING AGE CATEGORIES:

18-29

30-34

35-39

40-44

45-49

50-54

55-59

60-64

65-69

70+

DATE:   Tuesday, July 26, 2022           TIME: 09:00am

DATE:   Wednesday, July 27, 2022           TIME: 09:00am

DATE:   Thursday, July 28, 2022           TIME: 09:00am

LOCATION: Mic Mac Park (John Ivan Diamonds #1-6) – 1125 Prince Road

GUIDING BODY:    Slo-Pitch Ontario Association

https://slopitch.org

SPORT DESCRIPTION: 

To ensure teams are separated into divisions where they will be competing against teams of similar skill levels a 4-round, Round Robin will set teams into Division “A” or “B” followed by a double elimination tournament. 10 person teams with a 20 person maximum roster.  Teams will compete in 7 inning games with game times limited to 1 hour 15 minutes.  No metal cleats allowed. Restricted flight 12” SPO limited flight balls.  Approved SPO bats only.  The team captain will submit the team name and team roster. Team members for this sport will not be considered as registered until the team captain completes this step and each team member completes the on-line registration.

EVENT ENTRY CODES

UNISEX

( ) Open                                                                  SP01J

                             

DATE:   Saturday, July 31, 2022           TIME: 08:00am

LOCATION:  Lakewood Park/Beach – 13451 Riverside Drive East

GUIDING BODY: World Triathlon (formerly ITU)

SPORT DESCRIPTION:

There will be 2 different events available.  You must register for either the Long Course Triathlon or the Sprint Triathlon.  Long Course is 1000M swim, 32K cycling, 6K run.  Sprint is 500M swim, 16K cycling, 3K run.  Team Relay in either the Long Course or Sprint will consist of one swimmer, one cyclist, and one runner. As individual and team events start together, team competitors may NOT compete in the individual events.

EVENT ENTRY CODES:

Men 18-29 long/sprint
Men 30-34 long/sprint
Men 35-39 long/sprint
Men 40-44 long/sprint
Men 45-49 long/sprint
Men 50-54 long/sprint
Men 55-59 long/sprint
Men 60+  long/sprint
Women 18-29 long/sprint
Women 30-34 long/sprint
Women 35-39 long/sprint
Women 40-44 long/sprint
Women 45-49 long/sprint
Women 50-54 long/sprint
Women 55-59 long/sprint
Women 60+  long/sprint
Men’s TEAM Open  long/sprint
Women’s TEAM Open  long/sprint
Co-ed TEAM Open  long/sprint

DATE:   Friday, July 28, 2022           TIME: 08:00am shotgun start

LOCATION: Roseland Golf & Curling Club – 455 Kennedy Drive West

GOVERNING BODY: GOLF CANADA

The National Sport Federation and governing body for golf in Canada representing close to 271,000 golfers at more than 1,400 member clubs across the country. A proud member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, as the authority for golf in Canada, the association administers the Rules of Golf, amateur status, handicapping and course rating. Suite 1 – 1333 Dorval Drive / Oakville, ON / L6M 4X7 / 905.849.9700 / info@golfcanada.ca

SPORT DESCRIPTION:

This is a 2-person unisex team event with 18 holes played in one day in a True Scramble Format.  This will be a shotgun start, limited to 144 competitors and will fill early so participants should register as soon as possible.

OFFICIALS: 

1 Marshall on front nine, 1 Marshall on back nine to enforce Golf Canada rules, True Scramble format rules and course specific regulations/etiquette.

BRACKETING AND COMPETITION SCHEDULE:           

Venue Managers will arrange foursomes and assign starting holes in coordination with Head Golf Professional.  Tee off will be a Shotgun Start at 8am.  Players should arrive and report in by 7:30am at the latest.  Teams will compete in the following divisions:

  • Division A (0-12.9 combined hcp)
  • Division B (13-25.9 combined hcp)
  • Division C (26-42.9 combined hcp)
  • Division D (43-58.9 combined hcp)
  • Division E (59 and Over combined hcp)

RULES & SCORING:

  • This is a 2-person team event with a total of 18 holes played in one day.
  • It is a True Scramble format where both players tee off and the best shot is chosen. All team players take their next shot from the same location until the ball is sunk in the hole.
  • Gentlemen to play from the White Tees and Ladies from the Red Tees.
  • Shots are marked and the ball placed within one club length (except for putts), no closer to the green and the ball must remain in the same cut of grass.
  • Each competitor must have proof of a certified handicap. i.e. RCGA handicap card or GHIN number at the time of the event. Players must have an official 2022 handicap index with Golf Canada or the PGA of America (USGA). This must be current.
  • Each player’s handicap on the 2-person team will be combined together to form a team handicap which will then determine which Division they will compete in.  This event is not based on age or gender, simply by handicap.
  • Golfers must select their own team members before entering a team in this event.
  • Each 2-person team will have a team name to identify the team and team members are not required to be from the same agency.
  • Each team member must hit at least 4 drives for the 18 holes. The first shot on any par 3 hole may be counted as a “drive”.
  • A provisional ball must be hit from same tee if all players’ drives are in jeopardy of either being a lost ball or out of bounds.
  • Follow all local rules on scorecard and rule sheet
  • Once on the green all team members must putt until the ball is holed.
  • One scorecard is kept for the team and only one score is recorded per hole.
  • Medals are awarded for the lowest Gross and Net Team scores.  A team may not win a medal in both gross and net.
  • The gross winners are determined first and removed from the list.  The net winners are determined from the remaining scores.
  • To calculate the team net score the total team handicap will be divided by 2 to give them a team handicap.  That team handicap is subtracted from their Gross score to determine their Net score.

RESULTS PROCESSING AND POSTING: 

Sport Manager, Venue Managers and Head Golf Professional will collect all scorecards immediately following competition.  They will process all scorecards to identify medal winners.  Winners posted on the 2022 Can-Am Police-Fire Games Website at www.windsor2022.com and medals will be available for pick-up (with identification) at registration beginning at 7am the morning after the event.