2021 Canadian Open - Virtual Individual Disciplines

June 5, 2021 - We have had great response from the athletes in registering for the 2021 Virtual competition.  Compressing the competition hours to accommodate both the west and east coast time zones and utilizing all of our previously selected/contracted judges for the Winner/Championship events has left some openings for the Maple Leaf Open judging positions!

May 31, 2021 - The competition may be virtual, but the merchandise is very, very real! Order online: https://form.jotform.com/211457198991064

The JotForm closes on Sunday, June 13th, so please have your merchandise orders submitted by that date. After you place your order using the JotForm, Shawna Spencer will contact you by email to confirm the total cost of your order and to arrange payment.

A wide variety of merchandise options are available to celebrate the 2021 Canadians! We have:

May 22, 2021 - All coaches are expected to take a look at these lists to ensure no entries have been missed and that no one is entered in the wrong division.

We appreciate your assistance and cooperation. Errors and corrections can be reported by email to adminatcbtf [dot] ca or by using the Contact Us page.

May 30, 2021 - The 2021 Canadians is a unique competition in many ways, but we are still creating a souvenir program and advertising space is available! The souvenir program for the 2021 Canadians will be distributed electronically. The advertising rate sheet is attached below.

Since the publication is electronic this year, all pages will be in full colour - which opens up many opportunities for creative artwork.

April 25, 2021 - Dana Peteleski, CBTF Technical Chair, today announced the result of the compulsory draw for the 2021 Canadian Open - Virtual Indiviual Disicplines.

Level BA and Level BI (all age divisions) Women & Men: SET A

April 20, 2021 - The Information Package for the 2021 Canadian Open - Virtual Individual Disciplines is attached.

A few details to note:

The 2021 Canadians will be run as a completely virtual competition - a 'yellow style' competition, from the Competitive and Pre-Competitive Opportunities and Phases created as part of our pandemic response.

The Athlete Commission is a key part of the planning committee - watch for more exciting special event announcements from them in the months and weeks leading up to the competition.

February 9, 2020 - The Canadian Baton Twirling Federation is pleased to announce the selection of the following judges for the 2020 Canadian Winner/Championship in Moncton, New Brunswick:

October 28, 2019 - CBTF- and USTA/WBTF-certified Judges are invited to submit an application to judge at the following 2020 National and International competitions: