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2022 Rocky Mountain Women's Sectional Championship

City: Denver
Date: 9/10/2022 - 9/10/2022
State: CO
Women Schedule

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1st - Molly Brown*

2nd - Colorado Small Batch*

3rd - Jackwagon*

4th - Trainwreck*

5th - COSMOS*

 

* - Bid to Regionals

 

This event is part of the 2022 Club Post Season:

2022 Club Guidelines & Registration Page

 

Club Post Season Deadlines -

1. Friday, August 26, 5 PM MDT: Team Registration for ALL teams.

Registration must include a valid roster of at least 10 players

2. Wednesday, September 7, 5 PM MDT: Final Event Rosters

There is one postseason roster, No additions permitted for Regionals or Nationals after this deadline

3. Tuesday before the event 5 PM local time: Final Schedule Posted 

4. Monday 8 AM: Final Scores Completed

 

Mike Richards will be the on-site Tournament Director.
Monica Weindling is the Women's Sectional Coordinator and will be on-site as well.

Format:
  • One-day round-robin on Saturday, September 10th
  • All teams advance to Regionals
  • Games starting at 9am, 10:45am, 12:30pm, 2:15pm, and 4pm
  • All Games to 15
  • Halftime cap at 45 min (7 minutes long)
  • Soft cap at 75 min
  • Hard cap at 85 min
  • 2 Timeouts / Half
5 bids to Regionals
 
Athletic Trainer will be on-site from 8am-6pm.
 
 
Field Map
 
WATER
Reminder that Dick's Sporting Goods Park is not allowing for filling of community water jugs on site so please bring more water than normal. We will bring pre-filled jugs at water stations and Dick's has individual bottle filling stations at each permanent restroom.
 
DOGS
No dogs or animals are allowed with the exception of service animals with proper paperwork and bib
 

Format:

2022 Club Guidelines

NEW RULES

The "2022-2023 Official Rules of Ultimate" will be used for all USA Ultimate competition. This applies to all USA Ultimate-owned and sanctioned events. The new rules are available at https://usaultimate.org/rules/ in HTML and PDF formats, along with supporting documentation highlighting and explaining the changes from the 11th Edition. The new rules are also available in the USA Ultimate app.

Monday, September 12: Final Scores

 
 
 
 
 

Event Type:
Championship Tournament - Sectional Championship Tournament
Contact:
christian@altitudeyouthultimate.org
Links:
Field Map:
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Championship Tournament - Sectional Championship Tournament

For Lightning:

If you hear thunder OR your computer or app shows that lightning has struck within ten miles, suspend activity. If you do not have access to a computer or app that shows the proximity of lightning strikes, suspend play if lightning is seen even if you cannot hear thunder. 

For Extreme Heat:

Heat Monitoring Standards and Potential Competition Adjustments
USA Ultimate has invested in a Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) monitoring device used for monitoring heat by many athletic departments, the NCAA, and at professional sporting events. This technology includes measurements of temperature, humidity, wind, cloud cover, and other environmental factors that impact heat stress. 
The USA Ultimate Medical Advisory Working Group and event medical directors have worked with event staff to develop ultimate-specific WBGT guidelines, based on their knowledge of ultimate events and researching similarities to other sports. 
Event and medical staff will be monitoring the WBGT and making competition and scheduling decisions based on the safety chart below. Conditions will be monitored before each round with the goal of determining any competition adjustments prior to the round. Monitoring will continue during rounds, especially near Heat Precaution thresholds, and some adjustments may be implemented during the round if necessary. Heat Precaution Levels may also be accelerated if medical staff observe a trend of heat-related illness that calls for earlier adjustments.

COVID

 
USA Ultimate have been working with all players needing to either submit a negative COVID-19 test or wear a mask. They will be working to ensure that our safety precautions will be observed.
We also ask that all participants and staff follow the following precautions and our safety standards:
Practice good hygiene
  • Use hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, or no-rinse soap whenever possible.
    Avoid touching your face.
  • Sneeze or cough into a tissue or the inside of your elbow.
Athletes, organizers, and coaches will NOT participate if they feel under the weather, sick, or have come in contact with someone that may be sick.
  • All close contacts1 of a known COVID-positive person "will be removed from the event regardless of vaccination status." 
    Any individual, age eleven (11) and older, who is not fully vaccinated, is encouraged to wear a medical or non-medical cloth face covering that covers the nose and mouth when entering or within an indoor space where members of different households are present or in circumstances when six feet of distance cannot be maintained or whenever in an enclosed space (e.g., restrooms, tents). **
  • No sharing of water bottles or personal items.
  • Individuals are encouraged to use the hand sanitizer provided at every water station prior to touching the water bottle filling "orange" jugs and should not mingle within the water station tent area.
  • No community event food will be provided and players are encouraged to not share food items. 
  • Teams are required to set up their bench areas on opposite sides of the field. Team tents that are provided to each team will be placed on either side of the field. Teams may not move the event tents, but may set up additional team tents (staked). Players from either team can be on either sideline during play but should maintain as much social distance as possible. When a team moves to a new field, they should set up across the field from the team already positioned at the field.

Tournament Medical and Inclement Weather Plan - Specific safety information for your tournament

 

Spirit of the Game

 

Rostering Requirements - All event participants must have a current waiver & membership and be rostered through the USA Ultimate rostering system in order to participate. 

 

Health, Safety and Liability Requirements - Please make sure to understand, follow, and communicate/share these requirements with all participants.

 

Provisions & Amenities - A list of important items that should be provided at the tournament. (Note not all items may be provided at regular season or recreation events, such as logos, event guides, shelter etc.).

 

Youth Participation Requirements - These requirements must be followed for any event that involves a participant under the age of 18. This includes the requirement for a rostered chaperone.

 

For USA Ultimate membership account access issues, contact info@usaultimate.org.