2022 Masters & Juniors Online Qualifier: April 7-13
Masters & Juniors Online Qualifier
Masters and Juniors Online qualifier is an online event to select athletes who will represent Canada at the World Championship (Masters in Aruba, Juniors in Moscow, Russia (location being reviewed). In this qualifier, the athletes complete the required tests and submit the scores by the designated due date. Videotaping of the performance is required, and use of a Technical Official is highly recommended.
The Masters and Juniors 19-20 individual medley includes all of the 6 tests (Endurance, Strength, Power, Mixed, Skill, and Bodyweight).
The Juniors 13-18 individual medley includes the 4 tests (Endurance, Strength, Bodyweight, and Mixed).
Male 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65+ Female 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65+
Boys 13-14, 15-16, 17-18, 19-20
Girls 13-14, 15-16, 17-18, 19-20
An athlete’s age is determined by their age on December 31, 2022.
Each age category has 3 qualifying spots to the World Championships. Top 3 athletes in each age category from across Canada will advance to the Worlds.
Each age category has 3 qualifying spots to the World Championships. Top 3 Boys and Girls in each age category from across Canada will advance to the Worlds.
In this online qualifier, using a Technical Official is highly recommended, but not required.
Technical Official training is available via CFFF website, and they must register with CFFF.
All athlete’s performance must be videotaped and submitted for a review. Before submitting the videos and scores, athletes must review the recording and make sure the movement standards are met and that the scores are accurate. No reps can result in a major penalty and score adjustment.
Both athletes and Technical Officials must familiarize themselves to the official Rulebook, and the Movement Standards and must agree to the iF3’s Anti Doping Policies.
Registration Open : Tuesday March 1st. 2022
Tests Release : Thursday April 7th, 2022
Scores due : Wednesday April 13th, 2022
All athletes residing in British Columbia will register via BCFFSA's registration site.
Athletes who live in Ontario and Quebec will register via their respective PSOs.
Athletes who live in other areas of Canada will register via CFFF.
Athletes are required to purchase 2022 Competitor Membership.
Upon registration, the athlete will receive a password to access the Competition Corner event page to create their event profile. This is where Tests details, score sheets, and floor plans etc are available and where athletes submit their scores and video links.
If you are an athlete who lives in an area other than Ontario, please visit CFFF website to register with an appropriate organization.