Answers You Need to Know

  • Participants can expect to receive an Alberta Games on-line evaluation following the Games.
  • Contact your Provincial Sport Coordinator for any required feedback to your Provincial Sport Association.

  • Participants (coaches, chaperones and athletes) are required to stay in the Athlete Village on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. Participants may depart via personal transportation following check-out from the Athlete Village on Sunday.
  • Participants with no competition on Sunday should watch other sports and attend the Closing Awards presentation.

  • Medical staff available at each Games venue to assess and determine the extent of an injury or illness.
  • On-call medical staff at Athlete Villages.
  • Injured or ill participants may be further diagnosed or treated at the Games Polyclinic.
  • Injury or illness more severe? - Athlete will be transported to the local hospital for treatment and assessment.
  • Zone Chef will be available to assist you or parents/guardians with this situation.

  • Along with each Sport Chair, Provincial Sport Coordinator and Head Technical Official, Head Coaches will call in to a Sport Conference Call about 1 ½ weeks prior to the Games to review details of their sport in the Games.
  • Discuss sport issues (review of rules, sport schedule, etc) at this meeting.
  • At the Games, if you need to lodge a protest in your sport? - inform the Zone Chef de Mission of your planned actions.
  • And, while you’re at the Games, if you have a problem with a service offered by the Host community? - Please contact your Zone Chef de Mission.

  • Male coaches of female teams (or vice versa) are housed in separate Athlete Villages with coaching staff from their Zone.

  • Some sports have assigned chaperones.
  • Chaperones assist in helping the coaches manage their athletes’ activities and behaviour during Games.
  • Chaperones must also stay in the Athletes Villages and follow the same rules as other Games participants.

  • All participants (athletes, coaches and chaperones) are required to stay in the Athlete Village for the 3 nights of the Games
  • Curfew of 11:00pm is set for all Games participants.
  • Only accredited participants are allowed in the appropriate Villages. Food and drinks are not allowed in the housing rooms at the Athlete Villages.
  • All participants must check-out of their Athlete Village on Sunday morning, (all luggage must be taken to a secure storage area) prior to competition and departure.

  • Games participants (athletes, coaches and chaperones) stay in local schools, called an 'Athletes’ Village'.
  • Male and female Athletes Villages are separate.
  • Each Zone team assigned 1 or 2 classrooms within each Village depending on the size of your team.
  • Mattress will be provided, but bring your own sleeping bag and pillow.

  • Develop a daily plan for your team or athletes.
  • Refer to the Host’s internal transportation plan to determine when your athletes should be departing the Athlete Village for meals, and arriving at their Games competition venue.
  • Conduct/behaviour of your athletes is your, and/or your chaperones, responsibility. Athletes’ Village curfew is 11:00pm.
  • Are you a Head Coach? Plan to call in to the Sport Conference Call prior to the Games to discuss the details of your event at the Games. Discuss any additional sport responsibilities with the Provincial Sport Coordinator or Head sport officials.