TERMS & CONDITIONS
Fees for all programs are generally non-refundable.
Refunds are not given due to the weather.
There are certain circumstances that will be considered for a refund. In these cases, an administration fee of $5 for youth programs and $10 for adult programs will be deducted regardless of the reason.
Refunds will be only considered under the following circumstances:
Program is cancelled 10+ days prior to the start of the program.
Injury that prevents participation in more than three sessions. The request must be submitted within 5 days of the injury and must be accompanied by a doctor’s note. A refund will be prorated using the single day drop-in rate depending on the number of sessions attended.
Relocation that takes the participation out of the Sea to Sky Corridor for employment (Squamish to Mount Currie). The request must be submitted within 5 days of learning of the relocation and must be accompanied by a letter from the employer. A refund will be prorated using the single day drop-in rate depending on the number of sessions attended.
To inquire about a refund, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the participant's name, reason for the request, and a copy of a doctor's note if applicable.
Lack of Participation
If there are not enough registrations by one week prior to start date, the program may be cancelled. If a program must be cancelled, registrants will be notified by email as soon as possible and issued a full refund.
RELEASE OF LIABILITY, WAIVER OF CLAIMS & INDEMNITY AGREEMENT
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1.This is a binding legal agreement; you should address any questions or concerns you may have before accepting the terms & conditions. As a Participant of the Whistler Field Hockey Club (hereinafter the “Program”), the sport of field hockey and any travel, programs, competitions and activities associated with the Program, the undersigned, being the Participant acknowledges and agrees to the following terms:
2. Whistler Field Hockey Club, their respective directors, officers, committee members, members, employees, volunteers, participants, contractors, agents and representatives (collectively the “Organization”) are not responsible for any injury, personal injury, damage, property damage, expense, loss of income or loss of any kind suffered by a Participant during, or as a result of, the sport of field hockey, the Program, and any travel, programs, competitions or activities associated to the Program, caused by the risks, dangers and hazards associated with the sport of field hockey, travel to an event, and the programs, competitions, or activities associated with the Program.
DESCRIPTION OF RISKS
3. The Participant is participating voluntarily in the Program, the sport of field hockey and any travel, programs, competitions or activities associated with the Program. In consideration of my participation, the Parties hereby acknowledge that they are aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with or related to the Program, the sport of field hockey and any travel, programs, competitions or activities associated with the Program and may be exposed to such risks, dangers and hazards. The risks, dangers and hazards include, but are not limited to, injuries from:
a) The sport of field hockey;
b) Executing strenuous and demanding physical techniques and/or exerting and stretching
various muscle groups;
c) Vigorous physical exertion, rapid movements, quick turns and stops, and strenuous
d) Collisions with the field hockey boards (indoor), goalie nets and the playing surface;
e) Being struck or physical contact with field hockey sticks, balls and other participants;
f) Variations in playing surface;
g) Failure to properly use any equipment or the mechanical failure of any piece of equipment;
h) Failure to stay within the designated playing or practice area;
i) Extreme weather and temperature conditions which may result in dehydration, heatstroke,
sunstroke or hypothermia;
j) Exposure to allergies; and/or
k) Travel to and from the Program and associated non-competitive events.
4. Furthermore, the Parties are aware:
a) That injuries sustained can be severe;
b) That the Participant may experience anxiety while challenging themselves during the
Program, travel to the Program or the sport of field hockey and the risk of injury increases as
they become fatigued; and
c) That the Participant’s risk of injury is reduced if they follow all rules established for
RELEASE OF LIABILITY
5. In consideration of the Organization allowing the Participant to participate, the Parties agree:
a) That the Participant’s physical condition has been verified by a medical doctor to participant
in the sport of field hockey and to travel and participate in the Program;
b) To freely accept and fully assume all such risks, dangers and hazards and possibility of
personal injury, death, property damage, expense and related loss, including loss of income,
resulting from the sport of field hockey, and my participation in and travel to the Program;
c) To forever release the Organization from any and all liability for any and all claims, demands,
actions and costs that might arise out of the Participant’s participation in the Program, the sport of field hockey, any travel, programs, competitions or activities associated with the Program, or from any breach of contract.
6. The Participant acknowledges having read this entire agreement and understand it. I have executed this agreement voluntarily, and agree that this Agreement is to be binding upon myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and representatives.