The brochure and entry form package for the 2010 Canadian Team Trials is now available.

Please note that there are new entry procedures as well as a new process for music tests. Please review the information, and deadlines, in the brochure.

February 5, 2010 - The two judges selected to represent Canada at the 2010 WBTF World Championships in Bergen, Norway will be Ron Kopas and Tina Larson. In addition to their judging duties, they will also be representing Canada at the WBTF Technical Committee and Judges Committee Meetings held in Bergen before the competition begins.

January 26, 2010 - The Canadian Baton Twirling Federation is now accepting applications for the position of Team Manager for the Canadian Contingent to the 2010 WBTF World Baton Twirling Championships, in Bergen, Norway.

The Job Description and Application Form are attached. Submission instructions are included in the Application Form.

January 1, 2010 - CBTF is creating a cookbook! All current and past CBTF members are invited to participate in this nation-wide project. The cookbook will feature contributed recipes and will also include highlights of CBTF's rich history.

The Examples and Exam sections from the M1 Course video are available on-line on the CBTF.CA website. See below for links to the various video pages:

December 18, 2009 - Applications are now being accepted for the position as one of judges at the 2010 Canadian Team Trials and the 2010 Canadian Winner/Championship competitions.

December 17, 2009 - Two CBTF coaches have been nominated for the Chunky MVC: Most Valuable Coach award, sponsored by TSN, Campbell's Soup and the Coaching Association of Canada. The 'nomination phase' of the contest will close on January 6, 2010. To this point, the coaches nominated so far are:

December 5, 2009 - The 2010 Canadian Baton Twirling Winner/Championships will be held in Toronto, Ontario. The competition is scheduled to run from Sunday, July 4 2010 through Friday, July 9 2010. The Tait McKenzie Centre at York University has been selected as the competition venue.

November 25, 2009 - Ann Bittenbender, an icon in the United States Twirling Association and the World Baton Twirling Federation, passed away on November 21.

Ann coached many U.S. and World Champions, including the 4-time World Champion Team from Italy.

September 23, 2009 - Beginning the the 2009-10 competitive season, the CBTF will provide a new method to become registered CBTF members and be able to enjoy CBTF programs and competitions.

Campbell’s® Chunky®, the Coaching Association of Canada and TSN have launched the search for the Chunky MVC: Most Valuable Coach. The 'nomination phase' of the contest closes at noon on January 6, 2010.

July 2, 2009 - The Lynda Garland "Award for Excellence" was presented for the first time at the Canadian Baton Twirling Championships in Edmonton, Alberta. The first recipient of Lynda Garland's "Award for Excellence" was Maureen Johnson, of Regina, Saskatchewan.

July 1, 2009 - Final Round results from the WBTF Events portion of the 2009 Canadians were announced today. The competition took place over three days - June 28/29/30.

Final results were announced for the following events:

August 9, 2009 - Following the 2009 CBTF Annual General Meeting, elections for the positions of Athletes' Representative and Judges' Representative elections were conducted.

Complete results (Final and Preliminary Round) are now available from the WBTF 5th International Cup competition, held in Sydney, Australia.


Men's Compulsories
Men's Short Program
Men's Freestyle

Preliminary Round results from the 2009 International Cup Team are now available. The top 10 teams from each Division move on to compete in the Final Round.

Preliminary Round results from the 2009 International Cup Pairs are now available. The top 10 pairs from each Division move on to compete in the Final Round.

August 2, 2009 - The Canadian Contingent was formally welcomed to the 2009 International Cup at a Welcome Party held in Sydney, Australia on August 2 2009.

Most of the Contingent have already been in-country for a few days and have been enjoying the sights of Sydney as well as preparing themselves for the upcoming competition at daily practices.

Results from the Canadian Winner/Championship competition in Edmonton, Alberta are below. Click on a link to jump to results for a specific event, or simply scroll down to review all results.