Ontario Athletes Competing within MABBA
Ontario Athlete's Agreement between The Manitoba Amateur Bodybuilding Association (MABBA) and The Ontario Physique Association (OPA)
Sport Manitoba Athlete Assistance Program
Sport Manitoba supports Manitoba's athletes as they strive to pursue excellence and achieve success at the highest national and international levels in their sport. This program provides grants of $500, $750, $1,000, $1,500 to athletes and teams based on performances at their sports annual National Championships and/or their present status as a member of a National Team program. If you have or are planning to represent MABBA at a National or international physique event, we recommend that you review the Athlete Assistance program criteria to assist you in determining your possible eligibility as a physique competitor representing your MABBA. If so, we encourage you to apply for this program. If you have any questions contact Chris McKee, the MABBA Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Athlete Assistance Program Application
Athlete Assistance Program Criteria
All MABBA members competiting in 2011 at any IFBB and/or CBBF event
All MABBA members competiting in 2011 at any IFBB and/or CBBF event must have a MABBA membership by February 29, 2012. You will not be allowed to compete in any national event without one. Memberships can be purchased online.
2012 MABBA Membership Application Forms
Important Info for Figure & Fitness Athletes ONLY
For individual poses, competitors will walk to centre stage and perform quarter turns the same as in a line up for comparisons. Except it will be without the instruction of the head judge and they will be allowed to bend one knee during side poses as well as look at the audience during the front and side poses.
Comparison poses will remain unchanged from past posing rules (directed by the head judge, knees together, eyes in the direction they are facing).
All competitors will automatically be placed in the Canadian Center of Ethics in Sport random doping control list for 18 months beginning of the date of your last competition. Athletes are ultimately responsible for any prescription drugs, supplements, etc. you can contact the CCES at (613) 521-3340 if you have any question or concerns.
For more infomation visit the CCES website.
CCES Substance Classification Booklet
CCES Quick Reference Card