An athlete can become a member for the entire year (which is the most cost effective), or for part of the year. Please select the membership period which best suits your purposes. Athletes who register for part of a year may upgrade to full membership at any point.
Athletes can register with Athletics Ontario by visiting: https://www.trackie.com/members/ON.php
Additionally, a Power of Attorney form should be completed only by those athletes wishing to appoint a Power of Attorney (if you aren’t sure about a Power of Attorney ask your club Registrar or Coach). Essentially, the Power of Attorney form is a complicated but important document which allows someone in your club (or a designate) to sign waivers on your behalf. This is a convenience which will relieve many administrators of the task of getting entry form waivers signed every time an athlete enters a meet.
Age Classes for 2018 Membership Year:
- Bantam – 13 yrs. old or under as of Dec. 31st in the year of competition – U13 & U14 (Born 2005 or later)
- Midget – 14-15 yrs. old as of Dec. 31st in the year of competition – U15 & U16 (Born 2003 – 2004)
- Youth – 16-17 yrs. old as of Dec. 31st in the year of competition – U17 & U18 (Born 2001 – 2002)
- Junior – 18-19 yrs. old as of Dec. 31st in the year of competition – U19 & U20 (Born 1999 – 2000)
- Senior – 20 yrs. old or over as of Dec. 31st in the year of competition – Open/Senior (Born 1998 or earlier)
- Master – 30 yrs old or over
Find Your Athletics Canada Membership Number
If you have already registered for the 2018 year and you want to find your Athletics Canada number, please click on the links below:
Click here to check YOUR member number
Important Note: For performances to count, you must be a member of Athletics Ontario at the time of the performance.
Canadian Sport for Life “A Sport Parent’s Guide”
The newly released Canadian Sport for Life “A Sport Parent’s Guide” is now available for download. Canadian Sport for Life and LTAD (Long-Term Athlete Development) focuses on the general framework of athlete development with special reference to growth, maturation and development, trainability and sport system alignment and integration. It incorporates information from a number of sources. The guide provides parents and coaches introductory information on the basics of training, LTAD stages, and how to support Canadian Sport for Life in sport, at home and in your community…not to mention a comprehensive appendix of resources.
This document may be helpful in introducing the concepts of CS4L with your organization, clubs, coaches, parents and partners in sport. To download the document and for more information, please visit Canadian Sport for Life.