Sanitary measures and habits:
- Always respect the 1-meter physical distancing rule.
- Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds or with an alcohol-based disinfectant.
- Mandatory Wearing of a mask indoors is mandatory in public places.
Before showing up to dryland training sessions (for all):
- If you have flu-like, gastroenteritis, or COVID-19-like symptoms, do not come to one of our Sommets and call 1-877-644-4545 (toll-free).
- Do not show up for training if a family member is showing symptoms or if you have been in contact with someone in quarantine or who has tested positive for COVID-19.
- The vaccination passport is not required for dryland training.
- However, it could be required this winter for specific age groups, depending on the government's measures during this period.
- No sharing of personal equipment (e.g., dancing rope, ski poles, etc.) or water bottles
- Must identify your equipment in a bag (water bottle, towel, dryland equipment)
- Presences will be taken every day.
- If an athlete shows symptoms during a training day, he will immediately be set aside from the group. Parents will have to come and pick him up.
- Parents will have to pick up the athlete, and the protocol in case of symptoms or outbreak will be followed:
- The athlete may return to training when at least one of the return to training form conditions has been met.
- Wash your hands before and after training at your meeting point.
- Arrive at the training meeting point 15 minutes before start time.
- Avoid grouping with other parents before, during, or after training.
- Pick up your child immediately after training at the meeting point and leave the area to avoid gatherings.
Specific rules and measures for dryland training
All dryland training sessions will be held exclusively outdoors this fall.
Separate meeting and arrival points will be established for each category (or for several categories totaling a maximum of 50 athletes) to comply with current restrictions. Wearing a mask is not necessary for outdoor training, but the physical distance of 1-meter must be respected. In addition, contact between athletes should be minimized. If training takes place at a location other than the ski station, hand sanitizer will be available, and the same rules and measures will apply.
In case of rain:
There will be no training indoors. The training sessions could therefore be canceled in the event of heavy rain. If so, the information will be shared at 7 a.m. on the morning of training. The training would then be postponed, either as a dryland or as a half-day of ski, depending on the calendar. Athletes will need appropriate clothing in case of harsh weather.