Registration

NEW in 2017: Oceanside Track and Field Club is now a Junior Development (ages 9-13, born 2004-2008) club!

For teens 14+, there are 2 club options. Details are at the bottom of this page!


2017 Registration Instructions

An Oceanside Track and Field Club Registration Form and a BC Athletics Membership Form is included with this information. YOU CAN NOW REGISTER ONLINE OR VIA PAPER COPY.

Complete registration online www.trackiereg.com/oceanside
Bring your volunteer and singlet deposit cheques to the first practice ( see below)

OR

Send the completed forms, with THREE separate cheques:

  • Form 1Oceanside Track and Field Club Registration Form
  • Form 2Release of Liability Waiver Form
  • Form 3BC Athletics Membership Form
  • Cheque 1: Cheque for the registration fee
  • Cheque 2: Cheque post-dated to July 31, 2017 for the volunteer fee ($200.00)
  • Cheque 3: Cheque post-dated to July 31, 2017 for the competition singlet deposit ($75.00)
    (all payable to Oceanside Track and Field Club)To: Oceanside Track and Field Club
    c/o Jane Waite
    739 Rivers Edge Dr
    Nanoose, BC
    V9P 9L5
  • Complete forms at our REGISTRATION/AWARDS NIGHT Tues. Feb 28. Ballenas Secondary Auditorium  6pm
  • Drop registration and cheques in OTFC ‘drop box’ opposite Kraatz ice entrance at Oceanside Place
  • Bring registration and cheques to practice
    ( Practices Tues/Thurs Ballenas Track 6 :15 – 7:30pm – starting Tuesday March 28, 2017 )

The Oceanside Track and Field Club is a registered club with BC Athletics. Membership in BC Athletics ensures that athletes are eligible for BC Athletics’ awards and may participate in BC Athletics’ Championship events. Club fees include most VIAA (Port Alberni, Duncan, Nanaimo, Comox) meet entry fees, equipment replacement, year-end awards, and miscellaneous expenses. Refunds will be issued for meets not attended. The Victoria Dogwood Meet fees are to be paid by athletes separately.

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OTFC Registration Form

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OTFC Release of Liability Form

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BC Athletics Membership Form

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2017 Registration Instructions

Download Code of Conduct

OTFC Code of Conduct


OTFC Code of Conduct

Athletes

  • Treat coaches, volunteers, teammates, competitors, parents and officials respectfully.
  • Take the time to thank the officials for their help at your event at the meets.
  • Take the time to congratulate all of the competitors in your event, from first to last.
  • Talk over any concerns with your coaches and if you need further help, please ask your parent to speak to the coach in private after the practice, or to call the coach if the coach is busy with other athletes.
  • Cheer for and support all of your teammates.
  • Help each other to learn and improve whenever you can.

Parents

  • Support the club and your child by getting involved in the club by volunteering at practices and meets.
  • Support and cheer for all of our athletes and the efforts of the athletes from other clubs.
  • Treat all of the athletes, coaches, volunteers, other parents and officials respectfully.
  • Take the time to thank the officials at meets and to thank the coaches. All of these people are volunteers
  • Support the coaches.  This includes allowing the coaches to motivate your child for practice, help your child to set realistic goals, instruct at practices, conduct pre and post event discussion, etc. You have entrusted the care of your child to the coaches and they need to be free to do their job.  If an athlete has too many coaches, it is confusing for them and their performance usually declines because they are unsure of what to do.
  • Please offer any suggestions in a positive and supportive manner, at an appropriate time, so as not to interrupt the practice.

Complaints or Concern Procedures

If you as the parent have a complaint or concern that you would like to have addressed we ask that you discuss the issue with your child’s coach in a non-confrontational manner, in a private setting. If a satisfactory resolution is not achieved, please contact Head JD Coach, Jane Waite, to discuss your concern.

Coaches

  • Treat all athletes, parents, volunteers, officials, and fellow coaches respectfully.
  • Encourage every athlete to set realistic goals and help the athlete to achieve these goals in a supportive way.
  • Challenge all athletes to strive for personal bests.
  • Create a challenging and fun environment for the athletes.

TRACK CLUBS: Gr. 8-12

**Note: We are not affiliated with these two clubs, please contact those listed below with questions or to join!**

BSS & KSS High School Track Team:

Contact Robyn Elliott at Ballenas Secondary to join.

Practices will begin the week after spring break: TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS, time TBD at BSS track.

High School Coaching Staff: 

Throws  – Shannon Woolnough
Throws and Jumps – Brian Elliott
Sprint and Hurdles – Jesse Witte
Distance and Race Walk – Kim and Randy Longmuir

Mid-Island Distance Club:

Mid Island Distance is a club that is open to all Grade 8 and older athletes in mid Vancouver Island who love to run cross-country and middle/distance on the track. There is no pace too slow and no expectation that an athlete has to compete. All we ask is for a commitment to come out and be willing to work hard and support all of your teammates. Our goal for the athletes will be to improve their personal bests, feel successful about their running and have fun. Practices are held in Parksville and Nanaimo.
Mid Island Distance Coaches:
NCCP High Performance coaches, Kim and Randy Longmuir
Past UVIC outstanding distance runner, Doug Oxland
If you are interested in finding out more information about Mid Island Distance, we would love to hear from you.
Information: Kim or Randy Longmuir at ranlong@telus.net or (250) 248-8515