Teams must register with a complete roster (four original players and a coach) by the registration deadline date as stated in the Competitors Guide. Teams who list a player or coach as "TBD, TBA," etc. will NOT be considered entered.
One team representative will login or sign up to Curling I/O in order to register and pay for your team registration.
Once the registration has been completed, the representative will receive a confirmation email from Curling I/O Support with the subject of ‘Order Submitted - Curling I/O’ with a link to the waiver which must be forwarded onto the rest of your team so EACH member can accept the waiver and complete an up-to-date curler profile. For clarity, players who have previously created a curler profile should not create a new one and must use the same email as their original profile.
Curling Alberta requires at least one parent/legal guardian of every curler under the age of 18 to have completed The Respect in Sport (RiS) Parent Program for this event. Refer to Section 4 of the Competitors’ Guide for more details.
Coaches are required to follow the coaching requirements as noted in the competitors’ Guide, including providing an up-to-date NCCP# (National Coaching Certification Program number) and Criminal Record Check.
Best Western, Curling Alberta's official hotel, should be used for accommodation whenever possible.