Last month Ultimate Victoria conducted a review of it’s published policies and enacted a number of changes. Read on to find out more about what changes have been made and what they mean to members.
Following the latest COVID-19 restrictions introduced by the Victorian government on August 2nd, Ultimate Victoria has reconsidered the viability of it’s events for the remainder of 2020.
Following recent changes to restrictions for Victorians based on area of residence, Ultimate Victoria has updated their guidelines for members, with different guidelines in place between metropolitan and regional areas. UV is also providing an update on the status of VMUC and UMUC events currently scheduled for September.
Ultimate Victoria is monitoring Victorian government COVID-19 daily briefings for any changes to return-to-play timelines for community sport.
As of the time of publishing of this article, no changes have been made to previously published timelines, so the following updated guidelines are being published today as agreed to by the Ultimate Victoria Return To Play Working Group last month.
Should any changes be made to restrictions around community sport guidelines in the coming days, UV will update these guidelines appropriately.
With leagues and tournaments resuming in the coming months, one of Ultimate Victoria’s COVID-19 safety requirements will be keep an accurate list of contact details for anyone playing.
To assist with this, we ask that all Ultimate Victoria members check their Ultimate Central membership profile and ensure their email address, mobile phone number and residential address are all up to date. This will save you time having to verify this with league and tournament administrators every time you play.
Read on for instructions on how to update your contact details on Ultimate Central.
The 2020 Victorian Mixed Ultimate Championships (VMUC) will be held in Traralgon, Victoria on the 5th and 6th of September.
Following the Victorian government’s recent update regarding restrictions on sport and recreation, the UV Return To Play Working Group has reviewed their guidelines for the sport of ultimate in Victoria.
On behalf of the Board of Directors and employees at Ultimate Victoria, we want to reach out to the Ultimate community here in Victoria and around Australia to say we believe that Black Lives Matter, we support the #blacklivesmatter movement and we will stand with every member in our community to address and remove racial prejudice, and to work towards a more inclusive and equitable community and society.
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.