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rounds? said 5 months ago

rounds to Q for ofssaa?

do some associations have more than 2 rounds before OFSAA?
Guelph?

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    Anonymous said 5 months ago

    Some regions yes.

    In north-central they have Zones, then regionals, then centrals or something like that, and out west they have at least 3 rounds.

    And out east: Regionals, COSAA, east regionals

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    Anonymous said 5 months ago

    Quoting: rounds?
    "do some associations have more than 2 rounds before OFSAA?
    Guelph?"


    Guelph and KW have 3 rounds + Ofsaa.= 4 weeks in a row

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    Anonymous said 5 months ago

    Last time I checked for my area, for track the process was:
    County (4 qualify) -> Association (5 qualify) -> Regional (4 qualify) -> OFSAA

    For cross country there was no Regional meet, so:
    County (15 individuals, 2 or 3? teams qualify) -> Association (2 individuals, 2 teams qualify) -> OFSAA

    The number of qualifiers might have changed since I graduated quite a while ago and haven't paid much attention since then, but the general format is still the same.

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    BTown said 5 months ago

    Brampton has 2 rounds.
    Is it fair?
    What does Toronto have?

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Guelph and KW have 3 rounds + Ofsaa.= 4 weeks in a row"

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    Anonymous said 5 months ago

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    Technically for ROPSSAA you are supposed to meet a qualifying standard just to register in ROPSSAA itself (I am not sure if this is enforced). This would effectively create a 3rd round for that region.

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    Master2B said 5 months ago

    Toronto = Association (like TDCAA, for example), Metros and OFSAA

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    Anonymous said 5 months ago

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    "Guelph and KW have 3 rounds + Ofsaa.= 4 weeks in a row"


    some zones in SOSSA have 5 weeks in a row. Pre zone, zone, sossa, south region and ofsaa.

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    Anonymous said 5 months ago

    some zones in sossa not only have 5 weeks, (pre zone, zone, sossa, south region and ofsaa), they do 3 of those in one day. Most regions have their qualifiers in 2.

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    Anonymous said 5 months ago

    In the east, all of our meets except for east regional are one day. We have two qualifying rounds to get to that point as well, so a minimum of three rounds plus OFSAA. If there’s a zone or region that gets to do less then this, they are definitely at an advantage with one less week of qualifying in a row. Especially since ours are all compressed into one day until regionals and even that starts at 3 or 4 on the Thursday and runs the Thursday Friday before Ofsaa.

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    Sophomore said 5 months ago

    Our racing schedule is pretty sweet.
    April 26
    May 4
    May 24/25
    May 31-June 1
    June 7-9
    July 5-8
    Vacation!

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    Anonymous said 4 months ago

    ROPSSAA standards are not very enforced, theres senior boys every year who are not breaking 13 in the 100m, and the standard is 12. Happens in every event, theres a lot of seed times that aren't even close to standard (someone was seeded at a 29 in the 200m when the standard is 25 for senior boys). However, most schools respect the standards just because of how embarassing it would be for students to be running 13.4 in the same heat as a 10.9 runner

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    Anonymous said 4 months ago

    I do regionals --> CWOSSA ---> OFSAA West ----> OFSAA

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    Anonymous said 4 months ago

    So I understand that 4 kids make it out of OFSAA West, East, Central, North, and South. This is 20 kids. Where do the last 4 kids come from? I know its up north but how does that all work

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    Anonymous said 4 months ago

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    "So I understand that 4 kids make it out of OFSAA West, East, Central, North, and South. This is 20 kids. Where do the last 4 kids come from? I know its up north but how does that all work"


    Ofsaa metros.

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    Anonymous said 4 months ago

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    "So I understand that 4 kids make it out of OFSAA West, East, Central, North, and South. This is 20 kids. Where do the last 4 kids come from? I know its up north but how does that all work"



    4 kids come from metro region, ofsaa south, west, east and central. But how does it work up north?

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    Anonymous said 4 months ago

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    "So I understand that 4 kids make it out of OFSAA West, East, Central, North, and South. This is 20 kids. Where do the last 4 kids come from? I know its up north but how does that all work"


    Metro's are also a region, separate from Central.

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    Anonymous said 4 months ago

    Metro. The north does each association champion and the best remaining time qualifier ( or best two)

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    southwest said 4 months ago

    Metro!

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    NC Blogger said 4 months ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "In the east, all of our meets except for east regional are one day. We have two qualifying rounds to get to that point as well, so a minimum of three rounds plus OFSAA. If there’s a zone or region that gets to do less then this, they are definitely at an advantage with one less week of qualifying in a row. Especially since ours are all compressed into one day until regionals and even that starts at 3 or 4 on the Thursday and runs the Thursday Friday before Ofsaa."


    This information is not accurate..

    EOSSAA is a day and a half meet, while the NCSSAA is a two day meet. In the EAST, only COSSA runs a one day meet. Many of the associations first meets are one day meets.

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    Anonymous said 4 months ago

    Why don’t they run all of the regional meets on the same days? Not sure if getting extra rest helps or hinders but it seems unfair to give athletes an advantage based solely on when their regional meet is held.

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