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  • Ringette Canada > About Us > News Feed > News Feed Full Details
    Website Technical Package Résultats antérieurs La Relève Championnat du monde U19 À propos de London Résultats antérieurs Événements spéciaux Commenditaires Billets Emplacements Bénévole Inscription Hébergement Horaire Championnat du monde 2013 North Bay Résultats antérieurs Championnat mondial des clubs Résultats antérieurs University Challenge Cup Officiels Règlements Processus d élaboration des règlements PNCA Devenir un officiel FAQ Entraîneurs Associations Essayez la ringuette Jouons à la ringuette de gymnase Ringuette ABC Partir une association Utiliser notre logo Info RC Vision Conseil Comités et Personnel Emplois Nous joindre Documents and Resources Média Nouvelles flickr Facebook twitter you tube You are here About Us News Feed News Feed Full Details News Feed Full Details 2013 04 06 Résultats des concours d habiletés du Championnat canadien de ringuette Tim Hortons de 2013 Accuracy shooting Tir de précision U16 Morgan Ayres AB2 Calgary Strive 4 4 9 8 sec Accuracy shooting Tir de précision U19 Chloé Gagnon QC4 Laurentides 4 4 7 9sec Fastest Skater Athlète la plus rapide U16 Kendall Yasui MB2 Bonivital Angels 9 72sec Fastest Skater Athlète la plus rapide U19 Jessica Middleton AB2 Calgary 9 sec Agility Skating Patinage d agilité U16 ASHLEY ANDERSON MB1 Winnipeg Magic 21 16 sec Agility Skating Patinage

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  • Our Sport
    dix ans ce sport s est surtout pratiqué en Ontario et au Québec Puis l intérêt pour ce sport s est rapidement répandu à la grandeur du Canada On joue maintenant à la ringuette dans les dix provinces et dans les Territoires du Nord Ouest En fait ce sport est devenu l une des activités préférées des femmes compte tenu qu il y a plus de 50 000 participantes joueurs entraîneurs et arbitres et volontaires et qui y jouent partout au Canada Il s agit d un taux de croissance remarquable pour un sport aussi jeune Plus de 7 000 entraîneurs de ringuette accrédités sont inscrits au Programme national de certification des entraîneurs et 1 724 arbitres accrédités sont formés par le biais du programme national de certification des officiels de Ringuette Canada De plus il y a des milliers de bénévoles qui administrent des clubs des ligues et des tournois partout au Canada La ringuette a poursuivi son essor dans le monde avec la formation d associations aux États Unis en Finlande en Suède en Russie et en France De plus Ringuette Canada a contribué considérablement à montrer ce sport aux Pays Bas en Suisse en Allemagne de l Ouest ainsi qu en Nouvelle Zélande en Autriche et au Japon On joue à la ringuette à différents niveaux d habileté dans tout le Canada en commençant par la catégorie moustique un programme pour appendre à patiner puis en passant aux équipes structurées C B A et AA et même aux équipes régionales AAA dans certains cas De nombreuses communautés offrent ces quatre niveaux et conformément à la philosophie qui veut que chaque niveau d habileté ait sa place plusieurs ligues divisent le premier niveau d habileté en trois niveaux soit les niveaux récréatif C1 et C2 et le niveau

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  • New To Ringette
    Ceremony Sponsorship Team Information Tickets Volunteer Sign Up Webcasts Past Results 2016 Canada Games 2015 Prince George BC CWG s Website Technical Package Past Events Results U19 World Ringette Championship About London Past Results Special Events Sponsorship Tickets Venues Volunteer Sign Up Accommodations Schedule World Ringette Championship 2013 North Bay Past Results World Club Championship Past Results University Challenge Cup Officials Rules 2015 Rule Change Process NOCP Becoming an Official FAQ Coaching Associations Come Try Ringette Let s Play Gym Ringette Ringette ABC Program Start an Association Logo Usage About Us Vision Board Committees Staff Jobs Contact Us Documents and Resources Association Contacts Media News Feed flickr Facebook twitter you tube You are here Our Sport New To Ringette New To Ringette How Ringette is played Click on the How it s played link on the right menu above Why play Ringette Ringette emphasizes team play over individual stardom Deliberate contact is prohibited Ringette offers competition at every skill level recreational leagues elite leagues high school University National Ringette League and International competition Ringette strongly promotes the physical learning principles of Long Term Athlete Development Ringette seeks to develop each individual to their maximum potential as an athlete and as

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  • Equipment
    to the appropriate person Helmets updated December 2010 Player Helmets Click here for full list of certified masque and helmet combinations CSA Certified Hockey Helmet and Ringette Face Protector Combinations December 2010 Goalie Helmets There is currently only one goalie helmet an mask combination approved by the Canadian Standards Association CSA It is manufactured by the Oldfield Sports Group for use in ringette This helmets which carries the product name Olie is classified by the model number MR2000 An Olie wire grid is approved by CSA for ringette the Type C face protector Model CR01 Please note that this grid is certified for use ONLY with the aforementioned Olie goal helmets It is not approved as a retrofit for helmets produced by any other manufacturer It should be noted that there are other goalie helmets and masks for purchase however only the combination mentioned above is certified by the CSA Ringette Sticks Due to the high volume of inquiries regarding new ringette sticks currently being released into the sports market we are releasing the following information to notify members players and the general public of Ringette Canada s procedure regarding ringette sticks It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure their stick conforms to the specifications in the Ringette Canada Rule Book Ringette Canada does not approve models of sticks for play As Ringette Canada does not have the means to verify the accuracy and consistency of each manufacturer s process of factory we cannot be certain that all versions of a model will be the same as the sample we might evaluate We are aware that members of the ringette community do come across sticks in stores but cannot be sure the sticks are legal Given the constraints noted above Ringette Canada cannot guarantee that any particular stick

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  • Ringette Canada > Our Sport > Ringette Canada Line Markings
    Webcasts 2015 Wood Buffalo Accomodations Closing Ceremony Competition Venues Contact Us CRC Merchandise Skills Event Opening Ceremony Sponsorship Team Information Tickets Volunteer Sign Up Webcasts Past Results 2016 Canada Games 2015 Prince George BC CWG s Website Technical Package Past Events Results U19 World Ringette Championship About London Past Results Special Events Sponsorship Tickets Venues Volunteer Sign Up Accommodations Schedule World Ringette Championship 2013 North Bay Past Results World Club

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  • History
    ringette rules and ringette rulebook copyright with cooperation of the Ontario Ringette Association 1983 The fifth Canadian ringette championships are staged in Sherwood Park Alberta The Waterloo juniors of Ontario and the Transcona Belles and Kildonan Transcona debs of Manitoba win the Canadian ringette championships 1984 Tom Mayenknecht Ringette Canada director of public relations wins first ever national sports award for ringette Ringette Review is awarded the Doug Gilbert Media Medallion at Canadian Sports Federation National Awards selected as the best Canadian amateur sports magazine produced by a volunteer editor 1984 Ringette Canada coaching program and officiating manuals achieve bilingual status 1984 The sixth Canadian ringette championships are held in Port Coquitlam British Columbia 1985 Ringette Canada representatives travel to the Soviet Union Finland and Sweden to promote Ringette 1985 St James Ringette Association of Winnipeg introduces ringette to the Soviet Union 1985 Barry Mattern introduces ringette to Japan 1985 Ringette Canada breaks reaches 20 000 player mark with registrations 1985 Prince Edward Island becomes the 10th provincial ringette member 1985 Ringette Canada holds first marketing meeting 1986 Members approve change in rules to extended zone concept 1986 Northwest Territories becomes the 11th provincial ringette member 1986 Betty Shields becomes a finalist for the Air Canada Executive of the Year 1986 International Ringette Federation is formed Canada Finland France Sweden and the United States are the founding countries 1986 First International ringette tournament is held in Finland 1986 Ringette is introduced to Australia and New Zealand by the Maples ringette tour 1987 New format adopted for the Canadian ringette championships 1987 Graeme Rodden wins Doug Gilbert Media Award from the Sports Federation of Canada 1988 Ringette Canada s Hall of Fame established 1989 The 1989 Canadian ringette championships are held in Fredericton NB The 1990 s 1990 The first ever world ringette championship is held in Gloucester Team Alberta takes the gold and the all new Sam Jacks Trophy 1990 CTV televises the Canadian ringette championships from Calgary 1991 Ringette is part of the 1991 Canada Winter Games in Prince Edward Island 1991 TSN televises the Canadian ringette championships from Hull Quebec RDS the French network re transmits the event 1991 Ringette Canada completes the level three technical component of the National Coaching Certification Program 1992 The second world ringette championship is held in Helsinki Russia the United States Sweden France Finland and two teams from Canada participate Canada West wins the gold 1992 TSN televises the Canadian ringette championships from Port Coquitlam 1992 Experimental rules are introduced for the 1992 93 season and the 1993 Canadian ringette championships 1993 TSN televises the Canadian ringette championships from Kitchener 1994 The third world ringette championship is held in St Paul Minnesota Finland wins the gold medal 1995 Ringette is part of the 1995 Canada Winter Games in Grande Prairie Alberta 1995 TSN broadcasts a one hour special on the 1995 Canadian ringette championships in Winnipeg 1996 The fourth world ringette championship is held in Stockholm Sweden Canada wins the gold medal

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  • Hall of Fame
    Games 2015 Prince George BC CWG s Website Technical Package Past Events Results U19 World Ringette Championship About London Past Results Special Events Sponsorship Tickets Venues Volunteer Sign Up Accommodations Schedule World Ringette Championship 2013 North Bay Past Results World Club Championship Past Results University Challenge Cup Officials Rules 2015 Rule Change Process NOCP Becoming an Official FAQ Coaching Associations Come Try Ringette Let s Play Gym Ringette Ringette ABC Program Start an Association Logo Usage About Us Vision Board Committees Staff Jobs Contact Us Documents and Resources Association Contacts Media News Feed flickr Facebook twitter you tube You are here Our Sport Hall of Fame Hall of Fame The objectives of the Ringette Canada Hall of Fame are to Recognize outstanding contributions to the development of the game of ringette and of Ringette Canada Recognize outstanding achievements of builders teams athletes coaches and officials Nomination deadline is December 15th of each year Hall of Fame Nomination Process Selection Process Nomination Form Inductees Name Year of Induction Category Sam Jacks 1988 Founder Mirl Red McCarthy 1988 Founder June Tiessen 1989 Builder Terry Youngman 1989 Builder Herb Abrahams 1990 Builder Bruce Kettles 1990 Builder Betty Shields 1992 Builder Nelson Ball 1993 Builder Agnes Jacks 1996 Builder Leon Morrissette 1999 Builder Deb Marek 2001 Athlete Denise Weeks 2001 Official Reg Wood 2001 Builder Audra Antoniuk 2002 Builder Cara Brown 2002 Athlete Doug MacQuarrie 2002 Official Lyndsay Wheelans 2002 Coach Jim Benning 2003 Builder Jane Larkworthy 2003 Official Linda Tippin Anderson 2004 Coach The 1990 world ringette championship team 2005 Team The 1992 world ringette championship team 2005 Team Bernie Cockburn 2006 Builder Carolyn Bogusz 2006 Athlete Clémence Duchesneau 2006 Athlete MaryLee Ross 2006 Coach Marge Marjorie Knowles 2007 Builder Cindy Annala 2008 Athlete Lisa Brown 2008 Athlete Lorrie Horne 2008 Coach George

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  • Policies
    Accomodations Closing Ceremony Competition Venues Contact Us CRC Merchandise Skills Event Opening Ceremony Sponsorship Team Information Tickets Volunteer Sign Up Webcasts Past Results 2016 Canada Games 2015 Prince George BC CWG s Website Technical Package Past Events Results U19 World Ringette Championship About London Past Results Special Events Sponsorship Tickets Venues Volunteer Sign Up Accommodations Schedule World Ringette Championship 2013 North Bay Past Results World Club Championship Past Results University

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