😷 Wellness Guidelines for Brave Kids Jiu-Jitsu Tournament
📅 Saturday, April 17th, 2021 | Lancaster, California
We ask that EVERYONE attending the Brave Kids Jiu-Jitsu Tournament partners together to ensure a healthy event. We are excited to host this event, but we need EVERYONE to take an active role in ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of those participating, spectating, and working the tournament.
It is only through your PARTNERSHIP and COOPERATION that we will be able to protect the wellness of those in attendance. We want this event to be a wonderful experience for all who participate, and ask that the following guidelines are adhered to.
We believe our kids DESERVE to have a safe space to compete and Brave JIu-Jitsu intends to be an event that allows the kids to be kids and enjoy a bit of normalcy in this crazy world.
The following guidelines are to protect the wellness of all in attendance. We trust you just as you trust us. Please don’t ask us to make exceptions. If you do not feel you can follow these guidelines, please contact us immediately.
If the competitor or anyone in the household is currently experiencing ANY symptoms of ANY illness, please do not come to the event. Treat this event the way you would treat your gym, don’t show up if you are sick, period. We will gladly issue a refund or credit for anyone who is ill on tournament day. ILLNESS ON TOURNAMENT DAYTEXT COMPETITOR NAME & ILL/NOT ATTENDING TO 661-618-0263.
If the competitor, anyone in the household, or anyone you have been exposed to has tested positive for COVID in the last 14 days, please do not come to the event. Everyone entering the event venue will need to complete a wellness waiver and questionnaire. (1 waiver per household) Everyone entering the event venue will have their temperature checked. Anyone with a temperature of 100 degrees or more will not be permitted inside. We reserve the right to deny entry to anyone that does not appear well. We also reserve the right to deny entry to all members of the same household if only one member has a temperature or does not appear well, including competitors, if a family member they arrive with does not appear well. We will not risk the well-being of others, please don’t insist. While inside the event venue, everyone should wear a mask and maintain adequate social distance with members outside of their household. We will monitor occupancy. The max occupancy of the facility is just over 400 people. Our goal is to not exceed more than 50% capacity at any time. We reserve the right to delay entry to additional spectators as needed to ensure the well-being of all participating. This means it may be necessary to only allow one adult in to accompany the competitor for check-in, weigh-in, photos, warm-ups. The additional spectators may come in when the competitor’s bracket is called. If everyone observes these guidelines and is considerate of all competing, we should be able to accommodate everyone in attendance. COACHES
YOUR STUDENTS AND PARENTS WILL FOLLOW YOUR LEAD! Please partner with us and help us keep everyone in alignment with the guidelines. We are counting on you to help keep your students and their families well.
Coaches who have experienced any symptoms of ANY illness in the last 14 days should not participate in the event. If you have already registered and need a substitute coach please contacts us. Coaches who have tested positive for COVID in the last 14 days should not participate in the event. Coaches who have been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID, or has experienced COVID symptoms in the last 14 days should not participate in the event. Coaches should wear a mask or face shield anytime they are not actively coaching their students. Face shields are recommended while coaching. Coaches will be asked to monitor their students and families to ensure guidelines are followed. COMPETITORS
Competitors who have experienced any symptoms of ANY illness in the last 14 days should not participate in the event. Competitors who have tested positive for COVID in the last 14 days should not participate in the event. Competitors who have been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID, or has experienced COVID symptoms in the last 14 days should not participate in the event. Competitors should wear a mask when they are not actively competing or warming up, including during check-in, weigh-ins, while walking to their assigned mat area, while in the bullpen waiting for their match, and waiting for podium pictures, Competitors will not be required to wear a mask while warming up, during competition, or on the podium. SPECTATORS
Spectator entry will be limited to 4 people per competition household (admission rates apply). We know that everyone is excited to compete again, but to ensure occupancy compliance, please respect this request. Example:
1 competitor – 4 spectators
2 competitors from the same household – 4 spectators
3 competitors form the same household – 4 spectators
If your teammate is only bringing 1 spectator, that does not mean you can bring 7.
Please don’t make us ask Grandma or Uncle to sit in the car.
Spectators who have experienced any symptoms of ANY illness in the last 14 days should not attend the event. Spectators who have tested positive for COVID in the last 14 days should not attend the event. Spectators who have been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID, or has experienced COVID symptoms in the last 14 days should not attend the event. Spectators should wear a face mask at all times. Spectators should maintain adequate social distance from others outside of their household at all times. We ask that when your child is not actively competing to please step away from the mat area and barricades to allow room for others to step forward. Once your competitor is finished, we ask that you exit the event in a timely fashion to allow others in to root for their competitor. Any questions related to this wellness guideline on the day of the event, please don't hesitate to contact us at (661)618-0263.
Prior to the event please email questions or concerns to email@example.com. We look forward to Saturday!
Be Blessed! Be Brave!