Orientation Manual - Team Manitoba by yaofenjin



As a member of Team Manitoba there are many benefits and privileges that come
with representing Manitoba in the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games. At the
same time, you are expected to fulfill certain responsibilities and obligations. This
handbook outlines these expectations and provides you with additional information
on the Games. As a team member you are expected to become familiar with the
information provided to you in this handbook. Additional and more detailed infor-
mation will be provided in the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games Participant
Handbook that will be distributed when you arrive at the Games.

We are also pleased to include the Team Manitoba Media Guide as part of this hand-
book. The Media Guide will introduce you to other team members, to the members
of the media who will be covering the Games and is your personal souvenir yearbook
from your participation in the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games.

                       Mission Office
Team Manitoba will have an office within the Athlete Village on the 3rd floor of the Arts and
Education Building located at Thompson Rivers University. The office will be staffed daily from
7:00 a.m. to midnight.

This office will be the communications and service area for all Team Manitoba messages, results
and unique team and individual needs. Each sport will have its own mailbox in the Mission Of-
fice. Coaches and /or managers are expected to check for messages at least twice daily, ideally in
the morning and later in the evening.

NOTE: Only properly accredited coaches, managers and mission staff will have access to the
mission office. Athletes must be accompanied by their coach, manager or member of the mission


                                Team Manitoba Mission Office:

                     Main:                778-471-6052
                     Email:               manitoba@2011wcsg.ca

                                   Mission Information Desk:

                     Main:                778-471-6027
                     Fax:                 778-471-6023

                                         Media Inquiries:

                     Barry Moroz:         204-795-2355

                                     Follow Team Manitoba:

           www.twitter.com/TeamToba                 www.teammanitoba.ca

                    Team Manitoba

•   To provide a positive sport and personal development experience for all Team Manitoba
    members in the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games.


•   To prepare our athletes and teams for their personal best performances in competition so
    that every member receives the optimum sport development benefit from their Team Mani-
    toba experience.

•   To represent our province and sports with dignity and pride; to compete and participate in
    the spirit of fair play; to respect ourselves, our teammates, our opponents, the officials and all
    Games organizers.


•   To commit ourselves to personal best performances and our commitment to excel by im-
    provement in our medal standings.

•   To field a full team of athletes, coaches and managers for all 24 sports teams at the Games.

•   To have fully certified coaches and qualified support staff and to provide support and op-
    portunities for their education and preparation for the Games.

•   To have Team Manitoba play an active leadership role within the entire Western Canada
    Games program.

•   To have each team and member of Team Manitoba establish and be guided by their own
    active goals and objectives consistent with Team Manitoba’s mission.

•   To inform Manitoba’s sport community and the general public of Team Manitoba’s goals
    and achievements.

                 Code Of Conduct
Each member of Team Manitoba understands that their participation at the 2011 Western
Canada Summer Games is conditional upon complying with the terms and conditions of the
Code of Conduct Agreement which they previously entered into.

Team Manitoba’s Code of Conduct Agreement takes precedence over any other pre-existing
agreement that the participant may have entered into with their Provincial Sport Organiza-
tion and will be in effect from the time the participant is under the direct supervision of Team

The agreement therefore takes effect at the time of departure on Thursday, August 4, 2011 for
Phase One participants and ends on Wednesday, August 10, 2011 upon arrival home. For Phase
Two participants, the agreement will be in effect upon departure on Wednesday, August 10, 2011
and ends on Monday, August 15, 2011 upon arrival home.


                      Travel To/From
                        The Games
	Transportation	to	and	from	Kamloops	will	be	by	Flair	Air	charter	aircraft.		Team	Mani-
toba	will	be	on	two	flights	in	each	phase,	one	of	which	will	be	shared	with	Team	Sas-
katchewan.	(Note:	Schedules	are	subject	to	change).

                                      Flight	No.	403
                              Depart Winnipeg – 2:07 p.m.
                             Arrive in Kamloops – 2:58 p.m.
                                     Female Basketball
                                      Male Basketball
                                     Beach Volleyball
                                      Female Softball
                                       Male Softball
                                     Flight	No.	405
	                                 Depart Winnipeg – 9:16 p.m.
                                 Arrive in Kamloops – 11:32 p.m.

                                     Flight	No.	903
                              Depart Winnipeg - 7:00 a.m.
                             Arrive in Kamloops – 7:40 a.m.
                                       Field Hockey

                          Female Soccer
                           Male Soccer,
                         Female Volleyball
                          Male Volleyball
                            Flight	No.	905
                    Depart Winnipeg – 3:25 p.m.
                   Arrive in Kamloops – 4:10 p.m.

               PHASE ONE ARRIVAL HOME-
              WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2011
                           Flight	No.	902
                   Depart Kamloops – 1:30 a.m.
                   Arrive in Winnipeg – 6:00 a.m.
                          Female Basketball
                           Male Basketball
                           Beach Volleyball
                           Female Softball
                             Male Softball
                            Flight	No.	904
                    Depart Kamloops – 8:40 a.m.
                   Arrive in Winnipeg – 2:35 p.m.

                       PHASE TWO ARRIVAL HOME-
                        SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2011
                                       Flight	No.	1402
                               Depart Kamloops – 11:00 p.m.
                               Arrive in Winnipeg – 3:18 a.m.
                                        Female Soccer
                                         Male Soccer
                                      Female Volleyball
                                        Male Volleyball

                       PHASE TWO ARRIVAL HOME-
                        MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2011

                                       Flight No. 1404
                               Depart Kamloops – 7:00 a.m.
                              Arrive in Winnipeg – 12:54 p.m.

                                        Field Hockey

•   Special accommodation will be made for participants who are required to return home
    prior to their scheduled team charter.
•   Any participant not travelling with their team either going to or returning from the
    Games must complete an Alternate Travel Deviation Form available from your team
    manager or Mission Staff. Alternate travel must be approved by the team coach and Team


Details regarding the location of departure to Kamloops and check in procedures for all char-
ter passengers will be provided under separate cover when details have been finalized.

                            Luggage and
    Please keep in mind that you will only be away, depending on sport and phase, from 5 to 7 days.
    Most participants at Games will wear their Team Manitoba clothing the majority of the time, so
       an excessive amount of additional clothing is not necessary especially for a summer event.

        Each participant travelling on chartered flights is allowed to bring the following items:

        •     1 piece of checked baggage
        •     Maximum Weight – 20kg or 44 lbs.
        •     Maximum Size – 29 in x 20 in x 10 in

        •     1 carry-on item
        •     Maximum Weight – 10 kg or 22 lbs.
        •     Maximum Size – 9 in x 15 in x 21 in

        •     Pre-determined personal equipment (Check with your manager as this varies between
        •     All personal equipment must be transported in bags, containers or be protected with
              padding that is sturdy enough to provide adequate protection.

        •     Ensure that the baggage tags that are provided for checked baggage and personal
              equipment are securely attached otherwise it may be left behind or difficult to locate
              upon arrival if detached during transit.
        •     In addition to the baggage tags provided by Team Manitoba, ensure that all your
              baggage and personal equipment is identified with your name, address and telephone


What To Bring With You
Before you pack your bags for Kamloops please remember to bring the following:

Personal Identification
• Manitoba Health Services Commission card, passport, driver’s license, birth certificate, etc.
• Medical Supplies
• Bring all prescription medication that you may be taking. If you are under a doctor’s care,
    please bring a copy of your prescription as well.

    Kamloops summers can reach temperatures of 30+ degrees (Celsius) with the odd rainstorm
    and relatively low humidity. Shorts, T-shirts, sandals, a hat, and a light sweater or jacket is
    appropriate. Remember the sunscreen, sunglasses, sandals, and bathing suit.

• Shampoo, towels (personal and sport), face cloths, toothbrush and paste and other personal
     items. You may wish to bring an alarm clock, mirror, extension cord for hair dryer, shower
     thongs, etc.
Spending Money
• Money is only required if you wish to purchase souvenir items and gifts or if you wish to eat
     somewhere other than the Athletes’ Village. The Kamloops 2011 Western Canada Games
     Host Society pays for all other costs - transportation, meals, etc.

• Water Bottle, Camera, IPod, your competitiveness, friendliness, smiles and TEAM TOBA


                   Walkout Uniform

Each athlete, coach, manager and mission staff attending the Western Canada Summer Games
 in Kamloops is provided an official Team Manitoba walkout uniform. The uniform consists
of a team jacket, t-shirt, shorts, pants, and hat. Participants also receive a sport bag which they
                          may wish to use as their carry on for the flight.

     The walkout uniform is not to be worn at any time prior to departure to the Games but
                        should be worn during the flight to Kamloops.

This uniform must be worn at all official Games events, i.e., medal presentations and Opening
and Closing Ceremonies as well as during the Games. You will be advised what specific items
                  are to be worn at the Opening and Closing ceremonies.

    No part of the uniform should be traded with individuals from other provinces until after
      your final event for Phase 1 participants or after the Closing Ceremonies for Phase 2
                                   participants have concluded.

Upon arrival in Kamloops, athletes will receive an accreditation badge that identifies you as a
Games participant and allows access to sites and venues specific to your designation. This will
be done on the bus ride from the airport to your accommodation.

Athletes, mission staff, coaches, and managers are required to wear their accreditation cards
at all times. The accreditation card ensures access to competition/practice venues and the
Athletes’ Village. Card information should not be blocked with pins, etc. Security will need to
see this information at all times.

If an accreditation pass is lost, please contact your Mission Staff or the Team Manitoba
Mission Office on the third floor of the Arts and Education Building located at Thompson
Rivers University.

                   Athletes Village
The Athletes Village for the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games provides sleeping accommo-
dations, food services, medical services, an information center and entertainment for all athletes,
coaches and managers participating in the Games. Offices for provincial/territorial Mission Staff
and other official Games related organizations will be located within the Village as well.

The Village information center (bus and competition schedules, results, entertainment schedules,
lost and found) will be housed in the Independent Center. Hours of operation are from Noon to
11:00 p.m.


Village accommodations are provided by the new Residence & Conference Center located on
the north end of Thompson Rivers University campus. Team Manitoba will have two to four
participants in a room depending on room size and configuration.

The residence is a secured building 24 hours a day; you will need your ID badge to gain access to
the elevators and there will be security personnel on each floor. The Residence is equipped with
89 security cameras, and there will be roving patrols outside and in the social areas.

The Residence can accommodate persons with special needs.

Participants’ rooms will be locked at all times when they are not in residence. Please make sure to
close your door when you leave; the doors lock automatically when closed. Have your accredita-
tion badge with you whenever you leave your room, you will not be permitted access without it.


Mission Staff will issue room keys upon team arrival. It will be up to the team to collect room keys
prior to check out and return to Mission Staff. Replacement key cards are $5 plus 12% HST and
must be paid at the time the cards are made. If you lose your card everyone in the room needs to
have their card key recoded.

                   Athletes Village
                                   ROOM CHECKS

Prior to occupancy, for Phase One and Phase Two, Mission Staff will complete a Room Condi-
tion checklist. A similar check will occur at check-out at the end of Phase Two. Room checks will
also be conducted throughout the week. Advance notice will be given.

General room tidiness is each participant’s responsibility. A light cleaning service will be
provided to remove garbage. Excessive room wear and tear, dirtiness or wilful damage will be
reported to the Chef de Mission and those responsible will have to personally cover the cost of
returning the room back to its original state.


The participant gift is a sleeping bag, to take home (please leave room in your luggage to take
your sleeping bag with you) and will replace bedding in the residence. Participants are respon-
sible for their own towels. Pillows will be provided.


All incidentals charged to the rooms are at the personal expense of the participant.

Any damage or missing items to any room will be the responsibility of the person/s assigned
to that room. If there is more than one person registered to the room the missing items will be
charged evenly unless one individual claims to have caused the damage or was responsible for
the missing item/s.

Prior to checking in and checking out, a room check will be done with the appropriate Chef
de Mission or designate and the Accommodations Chair.


The Host Society is not responsible for any loss or damage to the property of participants or
organizers, or for valuables left in rooms, lounges, bathrooms and common areas. Bedrooms
are not equipped with in-room safes, and no alternate storage will be provided. All property
taken into the Athletes’ Village is the responsibility of the person to whom it belongs.

                    Athletes Village
                              EqUIPMENT STORAGE

Small personal equipment may be kept in the rooms. (ie, tennis racquets, ball gloves, cleats,
etc) Larger equipment must be stored in the designated team storage area. Consult with your
Mission staff about procedures.

A drying area for large equipment will be located in the basement of the Residence. This room
is the Bike Storage room for the building, not for the athletes.


Curfew and lights out for athletes, coaches and managers is 11:00 p.m. By this time all music
and TV’s should be turned off and everyone must move quietly through the Village. Curfew
and lights out for athletes, coaches and managers is 12:00 midnight and all participants must
be in their designated rooms by this time.

If curfew is violated then security will stop the participant from going to his/her room, remove
accreditation, and call the respective Chef de Mission or Mission designate to deal with the
violation. Any persons who violate curfew will be reported to the Chefs de Mission. All par-
ticipants are expected to follow the Code of Conduct designated by Team Manitoba.

Coaches and managers are responsible for conducting bed checks and accounting for all


Services: free local calls, wireless and wired internet, and Satellite TV.

                             ADDITIONAL SERVICES

There are laundry machines available in the residence. The cost is $1.50/wash & $1.50/
dry. The machines operate on a card that can be preloaded at the front desk. A $20 deposit
is required for the card. There are no refunds on monies not used. Replacement cost for lost
missing or stolen cards is $20 plus 12%HST.

                   Athletes Village

Details and instructions for turnaround day (August 10th) and final departure day (August
14th) activities and procedures, hotel check-out times, pre-checking of luggage and sport
equipment will be provided during the Games and communicated through your Mission

                    General Village
                                  FOOD SERVICES


The Dining Room is located in the Grand Hall and Grazing is located in the Terrace Cafete-
ria, both in the Campus Activity Center. Walk through the bag check area and turn right for
Dining, left for Grazing. You will have to check your backpack and sanitize your hands before
entering the food service areas. Purses and fanny packs will be allowed into the food services


Cafeteria style seating will be provided in the dining room; however, as soon as you are
finished please make room for other athletes. Please clean up after you are finished eating and
place the appropriate items in the recycling bins.

                          FOOD SERVICES ACCESS

Accreditation is required to access the Food Services and will be checked upon entry. You will
not be permitted into the food service areas without your accreditation badge.


The grazing area is made available to participants who may get hungry throughout the day.
Small snacks and refreshments will be available for light grazing, and a hot item will be added
to the enhanced grazing.

                            HOURS OF OPERATION

                           Breakfast – 5:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
                       Light Grazing – 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Lunch – Box Lunches (with the exception of Thursday, August 4, Wednesday August 10 and
Sunday, August 14 when lunch will be served in the cafeteria from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.)
                     Enhanced Grazing – 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
                           Dinner – 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
                       Light Grazing – 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
                     Enhanced Grazing – 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

                                   BOx LUNCHES

Box lunches will be available every day except August 4th, 10th, and 14th when there will be
lunch available at the Village in the Grand Hall.

Box lunches will be delivered to any venue where teams will have competition schedules that
prevent them from having a three-hour window for returning to the Village during meal time.

Your team’s box lunches will be delivered to your sport venue between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00
p.m. The venue manager will help unload the box lunches then inform the coaches that they
have arrived. Your coach or manager will distribute the lunches when it is lunch time. Please
remember to place all garbage and recycling in the appropriate bins.

Box lunches can also be picked up at the Culinary Arts building (follow the directional signage
to the area labelled “Box Lunch Pick-up”). Individuals can pick up their own lunch or a coach
or manager can pick up lunch for the whole team.

If you have questions regarding how or where to get your lunch, please speak to your team
Mission Staff.


Box lunch changes must be submitted by Mission Staff by noon the day prior to the change.
Please check the message board in the Athlete’s Lounge daily for any changes to the meal


Admission to the Residences during the Kamloops 2011 Western Canada Summer Games will
be restricted to those who have proper accreditation. Admission will be granted to athletes,
coaches, Mission Staff, medical staff and athlete’s residence volunteers.

                        SECURITY HEADqUARTERS

The Security headquarters is located in the Mission Center, Room 100B & 100C. Security
headquarters will be operational 24 hours a day.


In addition to fixed accreditation checkpoints, Village security will patrol both the inside &
outside of Village buildings.


For the protection of all participants, any disruptive behaviour by an athlete, coach or man-
ager will be reported to the appropriate Chef de Mission. Criminal activity will be reported to
the police and the respective Chef de Mission or Mission designate.

                       FIRE & EMERGENCY SAFETY

Emergency exit information will be clearly marked. In case of a fire alarm, the Athlete’s Village
will operate on a “mandatory evacuation” principle. The building will be completely evacuated
and remain empty until the fire department has given the all clear and the fire alarm system
is properly reset. Each building will have a designated evacuation area for athletes to gather
and wait for information about when it’s safe to re-enter the building. Emergency exits will be
locked after the evacuation is complete. Re-entry will take place through the main entrance, at
which time accreditation will be checked.


In case of a fire alarm, elevators will remain out of service until building occupants have been
allowed back in.

     Internal Transportation
Athletes, coaches, and managers will be provided with transportation to and from all sport
games venues for their competition time. A shuttle will also be running hourly to and from
Athlete’s Village and Riverside Park.

Public Transit is free of charge to all people who display their accreditation badge.

                                MEDICAL SERVICES

Participant medical services will be provided at all competition venues and the Polyclinic
(located in Athletes Village). Services at these venues are free of charge to all participants and
are administered by volunteer health care professionals.

Those eligible to receive medical services include athletes, coaches, team staff, managers, and
Mission staff. Proper accreditation will be required to access all medical areas.

                             COMPETITION VENUES

Emergency care and minor interventions will be available at all sport venues. Services will be
available prior to competition and until all athletes have left the field of play.

A risk assessment for each venue has been developed inclusive of risk factors of the sport,
potential risks (water sports) and travel distance to our local hospital. At a minimum the Host
Society will provide:
• Basic emergency life support
• Wound and injury assessment
• Provision of first aid
• Recognition of acute neurological injuries including c-spine and Brain injury (concus-
• Appropriate triage and transportation

BC Ambulance will be initiated when required. Non-urgent transportation is available to
stable injured athletes, coaches, managers and Mission staff to the Polyclinic for further care.

The Polyclinic, open from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. has been established at Thompson River
University (TRU) Arts and Education building, a short-walking distance from Athletes Resi-
dence. It will be located on the first floor and therefore it is wheelchair accessible. Access to the
clinic will be through the parking lot side. Signs will be in position to direct you.

Host Society services will include management of an athlete’s injuries by providing taping
services, massage and therapist assessment and interventions. They will provide assessment for
returning to competition. The Medical Liaison/Assistant will have a medical kit with them to
provide any first aid treatments or taping.

The polyclinic is dedicated to the provision of quality acute short-term care for the athletes,
coaches, officials and volunteers, while minimizing the impact of the Games on Kamloops
Royal Inland Hospital (RIH). Patients requiring more prolonged periods of observation for
treatment may also be transferred to RIH.

You must be accompanied by the medical liaison or designate mission staff on your initial
visit. You may return unaccompanied for subsequent visits for the same injury or medical


Overnight on call services will be available for emergency purposes only at Athletes Housing
from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. The purpose of this service is to provide additional emergency
assessment and confirmation of the emergency concern by coach or manager. The Infirmary
will have minimal supplies for any treatment. This service is not intended to replace assess-
ment and treatment at the polyclinic nor is it intended to replace emergency care via 911. A
coach or manager must accompany you to the infirmary with access by an initial telephone


• Contact your Coach/Manager and Mission Staff.
• Go with your Mission Staff member to the Athlete Medical Area to be assessed and
   treated for your injury. They will meet up with your Medical Liaison (Melissa Deonara-
   ine) or assistant (Patrick Harbinson)

• If possible, contact your Coach/Manager and Mission Staff.
• Go with your Mission Staff member to the polyclinic to be assessed and treated for your
   injury. They will meet up with your Medical Liaison (Melissa Deonaraine) or assistant
   (Patrick Harbinson)

• Go to the polyclinic. You can go with your Designated Mission staff or Manager

• Contact your manager or Mission staff. They will contact the Medical Liaison/ or assis-
• If you can’t reach either of the above people, contact your coach

Go to speak to Medical Liaison privately.

                    Cultural Events

Phase One athletes will attend the Opening Ceremonies; Phase Two athletes will attend the
Closing Ceremonies. The Ceremonies will pay tribute to the incredible amount of dedication,
inspiration and sacrifice it takes to become an athlete of this calibre.

The Opening Ceremonies will take place at 7:00 p.m. Friday August 5 at the Interior Savings
Center (ISC) in downtown Kamloops. Between 4:00 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. all participants
will gather in Lot N (behind the residence) to board the buses that will take them down to
Riverside Park.

The Closing Ceremonies will take place at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, August 14 at the Interior Sav-
ings Center. The participants will be heading to the Closing ceremonies on buses that will
be departing from the Village at 1:30 pm. Some athletes may be coming straight from their
competitions. If you are among these athletes please have your walk out uniforms with you.


A Festival for the Games will run from 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. every night at Riverside Park
from August 6 until August 13. Live music on the main stage with a smaller stage will be set
up for cultural activities. From 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. nightly, there will be a parade of athletes to
highlight their efforts and achievements.

There will be souvenirs, pin trading, concessions, interactive displays and demonstrations, and
an arts and culture festival at the Heritage house.

Lifeguard service will be available at Riverside Park from 1:00 to 8:00 p.m., weather permit-
ting, from August 6 to 13.

When the “Lifeguard on Duty” sign is displayed you may enjoy a swim between the buoy lines
and always keep within arm’s reach of young children. Be advised that the river currents can be
very strong; please stay in the designated swimming area.

There will be a shuttle for participants from the Athlete’s Village to the Festival site and back,
starting at 4:00 p.m. and running every ½ hour. The last bus back to the Village is at 10:00

                           MEDAL PRESENTATIONS

Medal presentation ceremonies will be held at each sport venue at the end of every event.
When possible, the medals will be presented right after the final competitions. Once the
medal ceremony has concluded, photographers may take pictures of the medal winners.

       Athlete Entertainment

The Independent Center on campus will be transformed into a community center for the Vil-
lage. The Athlete Entertainment Center will be open from 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.

                               COMPUTER ACCESS
There will be 18 computers for use in the Athlete’s lounge as well as wireless access all over the
Village if you choose to bring your laptop.

Username: WCSGWireless Password: WCSG2011


•    Athlete’s Souvenirs
     Games wear and other souvenir items for sale.

•    Sports Equipment Rental and Information
     Rent bocce, volleyballs, basketballs, frisbees etc. Information on shopping, restaurants,
     and things to do around the city.

•    Movie Nights –A movie will be shown every night of the Games.

•    Athlete’s Carnival – 5:30 p.m . – 11:00 p.m. on August 9 and 13
     Located in front of the Campus Activity Center. BBQ starts at 5:30 p.m. Carnival starts
     around 7:00 p.m. Magician, Games, prizes, & music!

•    Games –Video and board games. Please ensure all pieces are put back in the proper box
     after use and electronic equipment is turned off.

•    Social Lounge – Upstairs seating area
     Check your email, update Facebook, or just socialize with other athletes.

•    TV – Room 209, Foosball/Ping Pong – Room 211

•    Lost & Found

Located at the Residence and Athlete’s Lounge. All Items will be brought to the Mayor’s Office
in the Mission Center at the end of each week and kept at the Mayor’s Office for pick-up until
August 14. Items left after the Games will be held for two weeks.

                           WATCHING OTHER EVENTS

Athletes, coaches, managers, and mission staff will have access to the sport venues to watch
the games. Two sports (Swimming & Gymnastics.) will be limited to same sport athletes and
ticket holders due to limited seating.

There are seven sports which are in walking distance of TRU: Swimming, Gymnastics, Vol-
leyball, Basketball, Badminton, Athletics, and Field Hockey.              TV – Room 209, Foosball/Ping Po

                                                                                            Lost & Found

                                                                                 Located at the Residence and Ath
Athletes who wish to be spectators at other sports venues will have to rely on the shuttle bus the end of e
                                                                                 the Mission Center at
                                                                                 August 14. Items left
system or public transit, both of which are free for those with Games Accreditation badges. after the Gam

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Sport              1975   1979   1983   1987   1991   1995   1999   2003   2007
Archery - M         3      4      4      3      4       3     ~       3
Archery - F                                     1       3     ~       2
Athletics - M       3      4      3      4       *      4      4      4     4
Athletics - F                                                               4
Badminton           ~      ~      ~      ~      ~      1      1      2      3
Baseball            ~      ~      ~      ~      2      2      4      4      4
Basketball - M      1      2      3      2      *      2      4      2      4
Basketball - F                           3                           3      4
Boxing              4      4      4      2      *      3      ~      ~
Canoeing - M        2      2      4      4      4      3      2      4      2
Canoeing - F                                                  4      4      3
Cycling             1      1      3      3      *      4      4             2
Diving              3      3      8      2      *      ~      ~      ~      4
Equestrian          4      4      4      4      *      ~      ~      ~
Fencing             4      2      3      4      4      ~      ~      ~
Field Hockey        4      2      3      4      *      2      3      ~      3
Gymnastics-A - M    4      4      4      3      *      4      4      1
Gymnastics-A - F                                       1      1      1
Gymnastics - R      ~      ~      ~      1      *      1      ~      1
Judo - M            3      3      3      1      3      1      4
Judo - F                                        1      4      3
Rowing -M           3      2      3      4      *      4      3      ~      4
Rowing - F                                                                  2
Rugby               ~      ~      ~      ~      *      4      ~      ~      3
Sailing - M         3      2      3      2      4      ~      3             3
Sailing - F                                                                 2
Shooting/Handgun    4      4      4      4      *      2      ~      ~
Soccer - M          2      3      4      3      3      4      3      2      1
Soccer - F                                      3      3      3      3      4
Softball - M        ~      ~      ~      ~      3      4      2      2      3
Softball - F                                           3      3      2      2
Squash              ~      ~      ~      ~      ~      1      ~      ~
Swimming - M        4      4      3      3      *      ~      ~      ~      4
Swimming - F                                                                2
Synchro Swim        ~      ~      2      4      *      ~      4      4
Table Tennis        ~      ~      ~      ~      ~      ~      3      3
Team Handball       3      1      3      1      *      ~      ~      ~
Tennis              ~      ~      ~      ~      4      1      4      3      2
Volleyball - M      1      2      1      3      1      2      3      1      1
Volleyball - F      3                    3      1      1      1      3      2
Water Polo - M      3      4      3      3      4      ~      ~      ~
Water Polo - F                                  1                    ~
Water Ski - M       ~      ~      ~      ~      ~      2      ~      ~
Water Ski - F                                          3             ~
Weightlifting       2      1      1      1      *      4      ~      ~
Wrestling           4      4      4      4      4      4      3      4      ~
Overall Standing    3      3      3      3      *      3      4      3      3

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