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There's a new format for the 2020 provincials: Mini-Meets !!!

ASPA is bringing back Alberta Provincials in a new format for the 2020 Season!
The skydiving landscape has changed a lot over the last five years making it very difficult to run a traditional one-day Provincial competition.

This season Provincials will be held over a series of five mini-meets at each of the active Alberta dropzones covering off the most popular skydiving disciplines

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Happy Easter everyone!

Quick follow up from the AGM- all of the outstanding 2019 subsidies have been cleared up and cheques are in the mail.

There is a lot of uncertainty around how the 2020 skydiving season will look as all of us adapt to the changes that COVID-19 has thrown at us.

ASPA still plans to offer its members access to these great programs for the 2020 season:

- Certificate of Proficiency Subsidy
- CSPA Rating Subsidy
- Manufacturer Rating Subsidy
- High Performance Athlete Funding

Click the link below to check out the ASAP website for more details. Contact the ASPA BoD if you have any questions.

We are planning to bring back Alberta Provincials in a new format and add other exciting programs!

ASPA was pleased to announce at the 2020 AGM the following awards:

Coach of the year: Jeremy MacFarlane

Instructor of the year: Kevin Karambowich

Volunteer of the year: Steve Moore

This year the ASPA 4-way competition winners will be decided from the CSPA virtual competition results. Members of the 1st place team will receive a $100 gift card to the Alberta drop zone of their choice and the team members in 2nd place will receive $50. There is no formal provincials competition this year.

Deadline: August 18, 2019 at midnight.

Submission Process:
Registration not required. To compete, submit your video before August 18th at midnight along with the submission form with your team information. Upload your video to the link provided in the submission confirmation. Please name the file as your team name_Round#.

Working time and judging is in accordance with the CSPA 4-way rules.

Things change - People move - Stay calm and keep on jumping

Last year Amanda Watson took on the position of Program Coordinator with ASPA and she has been great. Fortunately for Amanda, she has found a new place to sharpen her skills and have fun in southern Ontario. Unfortunately for ASPA, this means that we are once again looking for someone to take on the position of Program Coordinator.

You can find the job description here

Please submit your resume to Phil Perry by emailing [email protected] The closing date for submissions is July 10th.

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