Following feedback from the UV community and consultation with other sporting organisations, the UV Return To Play Working Group has reviewed their current recommendations for UV members.
Following the Victorian government’s announcement earlier today of the changes to restrictions, many sports are being allowed to move into Level B activity of the AIS Framework for Rebooting Sport.
Last week the National Cabinet released the National Principles for the Resumption of Sport and Recreation Activities, providing a pathway for a safe return to sport.
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Ultimate Victoria is continuing to monitor advice pertinent to sporting organisations on a regular basis. Changes affecting Ultimate Victoria activities will be updated on this page.
Dandenong Ultimate League is returning in 2020 and will be starting soon. New players are welcome with learn-to-play sessions running each week before games start.
In the past few days we have some members ask us about correct policies or procedures to follow with regards to poor air quality as it pertains to player safety. Ultimate Victoria does not have a Safe Play policy regarding air quality but intends to adopt one in the near future. In the meantime, here are some recommended guidelines for coaches and volunteers to follow.
Congratulations to the Leadbeater Possums, the Victorian Under 22 Men’s team, for winning the 2019 Australian Under 22 Ultimate Championship in the men’s division on the weekend in Canberra! That wasn’t Victoria’s only success on the weekend, with many other accolades being collected!
The 2019 Victorian Mixed Ultimate Championships were held on August 24th and 25th at the Latrobe City Sports & Entertainment Stadium in Morwell. 11 teams and 182 players took part in the event.
Ultimate Australia’s Ulti-Mates program is offered to Primary Schools Australia-wide via the Sporting Schools program.