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Fair PlayCurlers Code of Ethics

I will play the game with a spirit of good sportsmanship.

I will conduct myself in an honorable manner both on and off the ice.

I will never knowingly break a rule, but if I do, I will divulge the breach.

I will take no action that could be interpreted as an attempt to intimidate or demean my opponents, teammates or umpires.

I will show respect to my coaches by listening, communicating, participating, focusing at practice and playing my best in any game or competition.

I will bring any issues directly to our drawmaster or club President, so that he/she may resolve such issues and will not discuss issues with outside parties.

I will interpret the rules in an impartial manner, always keeping in mind that the purpose of the rules is to ensure that the game is played in an orderly and fair manner.

I will humbly accept any penalty that the governing body at any level of curling deems appropriate, if I am found in violation of the Code of Ethics or rules of the game.

I will welcome and include all new curlers to our program; make them feel comfortable, help them learn the game and be a role model for them.

Some of the key items of proper curling etiquette are as follows:

Fair Play

Fair play begins with the strict observance of the written rule; however, in most cases, fair play involves something more than even unfailing observance of the written rule. The observance of the spirit of the rules, whether written or unwritten, is important. Fair Play results from measuring up to one’s own moral standards while engaged in competition.

Parent's Code of Conduct

 

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