All memberships include voting privileges in the OCF, an opportunity to stand for election to the OCF Board, and a voice to help grow the sport across Ontario, Canada, and throughout the World.
Memberships are valid from September 1 through August 31 for each competitive season.
|Supporter||$10.00||This membership is for every parent, family member, and friend of a competitive climber who wants to support the growth of competitive climbing.|
|Coach||$20.00||This membership is for Ontario coaches who want full coaching privileges at OCF competitions including the right to enter Isolation Zones.|
|Athlete||$45.00||This membership is for Ontario athletes who want to compete in the OCF Series ONLY. (You will not be eligible to compete at National Events without also purchasing a national licence through the CEC.)|
All OCF athletes and coaches must have a completed OCF waiver form (including parent signature for those under 18). The online waiver form is available to complete online here.
For any National level event, a CEC waiver must also be completed.
Waivers required by a competition host facility must also be completed.
|Local B/C/D/E||$65.00||Local D/E||$65.00|
|Local OPEN/JR/A||$75.00||Local OPEN/JR/A/B/C||$85.00|
Proof of Date of Birth and Citizenship
To ensure competitors are placed in the correct age category, all competitors must show proof of birth date (any government-issued ID such as a birth certificate, driver’s license or passport) once in their competitive climbing career. This task can be performed at any OCF competition, or at any other time in person with a member of the OCF Board of Directors, or by emailing email@example.com (personal information will be deleted once the required information has been confirmed). Competitors who have not shown proof of birth will not have their results included in any official results.
All competitors must show proof of citizenship to an OCF board member. This is required in order to ensure appropriate quotas for Canadian citizens at provincial championships and beyond. This information must be kept current with any change in Canadian citizenship status. Please note that only passport, birth certificate, or citizenship card are valid proof of citizenship.
Updated Sept. 2018