808PingPong Maui Open
2 star USATT Sanctioned
June 9th-11th 2023
$660 Total Cash Prizes
Sponsored by 808 Ping Pong
900 Front St. Store F-3 Lahaina, HI 96761
Online Entry Below
Tournament Directors: Len Winkler & Noah Clark
Tournament Referee: Len Winkler CR/RU
LOCATION: 808 Ping Pong in the Outlets of Maui Mall, 900 Front St. Store F-3 Lahaina, HI 96761
ENTRY DEADLINE: June 1st 2023. Entries received after this date will only be accepted based on available space and have a late charge. No entries will be accepted at Tournament. ENTER EARLY AS TOTAL PLAYERS WILL BE 24. IF YOU ENTER AFTER June 1st; ADD LATE FEE of $15.00.
EQUIPMENT: Nittaku Plastic 40+ white 3-Star balls. 6 Tournament Tables from BUTTERFLY, with barriers between tables. Wood Vinyl floor.
ELIGIBILITY: All players who are current USATT members, renew or join and players that purchase a USATT Tournament Pass. All events have player entry
limits, so enter early to avoid disappointment. Ratings: the most current ratings available will be used for seeding.
RESTRICTIONS: After the entry deadline, NO REFUNDS. Also, entries received June 1st will be accepted on an available space basis ONLY.
Tournament director’s decisions are final. All events have player entry limits, so enter early to avoid disappointment.
RULES: All USATT rules and dress code will apply. 2 minute maximum warm-up before tournament matches. An umpire will be available, if needed. Tournament directors reserve the right to cancel an event or make adjustments based on the number of players entered in an event. The entrant agrees to abide by the rules of the USATT and decisions of the tournament officials and relieves the sponsors, hosting club, and USATT of liability.
PRIZES: Cash awarded for 1st & 2nd place winners in Super Round Robin Division A, Men’s Open,. Medals for 1st and 2nd place in all other events. No prizes will be awarded for splits, dumps, default losses or no shows.
$45.00 per player for Super Round Robin, $10.00 per player for doubles, $45.00 Open Singles, $20.00 U-1700, Junior Open,
Senior Open events.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: We will have a scoreboard for each table & request that 1 player in round robin that is not currently playing a match keep score.
TOURNAMENT POLICIES: No prizes will be awarded for splits, dumps, default losses or no-shows. The tournament committee reserves the right to modify or cancel events if there are insufficient entrees.
SUPER ROUND ROBIN: (Limited to 30 players)
Players are put into preliminary round robin groups of at least 3 with players of all levels. ALL players will advance from preliminary round robin to medal round robin groups of 3-6 players, based on
win/loss record and number of entrants. We will have 5 skill level groups in medal rounds. Medal round has players compete against others of their skill level.
"Safe Sport Protocol--tournament entry blank"
I understand USATT’s Safe Sport Policy including the organization’s Coaching Policy, which requires that all persons who are engaged in coaching activities at USATT Affiliated Member Clubs and/or USATT Sanctioned Tournaments, except parents or legal guardians coaching their own children, must be fully Safe Sport Compliant, which includes completing SafeSport Training offered by the US Center for SafeSport every year and undergoing a criminal background screen every two years.
I understand that, pursuant to USATT’s Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy, all participants at USATT Sanctioned Tournaments who are over the age of 18 and have regular contact with or authority over minor athletes must complete annual SafeSport Training offered by the US Center for SafeSport.
More information on USATT’s Safe Sport Policy is available at: https://www.teamusa.org/usa-tabletennis/ athlete-safety/safe-sport
I will abide by all USATT regulations. I assume full responsibility for my participation in this tournament and release the sponsors, tournament committee and USATT from all claims. Tournament directors reserve the right to cancel events due to insufficient number of players and to close events when full. Decisions are final, but full refunds will be given for any canceled events. Ratings: The most current ratings available will be used for seeding. You must be a USATT Member, purchase a USATT Tournament Pass, or join the USATT now.
USATT Safe Sport Protocol
Communication of Safe Sport Policy to Tournament Participants
Full Information for USATT’s Safe Sport Policy is available on the Athlete Safety Section of the USATT website:
This page includes links for:
1. The USATT Safe Sport Policy, including the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy [“MAAPP”];
2. The SafeSport Code for the Olympic and Paralympic Movements;
3. The US Center for SafeSport’s Toolkit for Parents;
4. USATT Safe Sport Compliance Protocol (Who Must Be Safe Sport Compliant and How a Person Becomes Safe
Sport Compliant); and
5. Frequently asked Questions Regarding Safe Sport Compliance.
PERSONS IN POSITIONS OF AUTHORITY MUST BE FULLY SAFE SPORT COMPLIANT
Under USATT Safe Sport Policy, persons holding certain Positions of Authority must complete SafeSport Training offered by the US Center for Safe Sport (once per year) and undergo a criminal background screen (every two years). The list of Positions of Authority requiring Full Safe Sport Compliance is set out in USATT’s Safe Sport Policy and the Athlete Safety Section of the USATT Website: https://www.teamusa.org/usa-table-tennis/athlete-safety/safe-sport.
USATT COACHING POLICY
All persons who are engaged in coaching activities at USATT Affiliated Member Clubs and/or USATT Sanctioned Tournaments, except parents or legal guardians coaching their own children, must be Fully Safe Sport Compliant, which requires completing SafeSport Training offered by the US Center for SafeSport every year and undergoing a criminal background screen every two years.
ADULT PARTICIPANTS REQUIRING SAFESPORT TRAINING
Pursuant to USATT’s Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy, ALL Adult Participants (participants over the age of 18) who have regular contact with or authority over minor aged athletes must complete SafeSport Training offered by the US Center for SafeSport every year (“SafeSport Trained”).
CONTACT USATT TO BECOME SAFESPORT TRAINED AND/OR FULLY SAFE SPORT COMPLIANT
USATT is pleased to assist USATT Members in the process of becoming SafeSport Trained and/or Fully Safe Sport Compliant. Please contact USATT at Admin@usatt.org for more information and guidance in this process.
There are certain circumstances where reporting a potential Safe Sport violation is mandatory. These circumstances include: (i) child abuse; (ii) sexual misconduct; (iii) emotional and physical misconduct; (iv) criminal charges and/or dispositions involving sexual misconduct or misconduct involving minors; (v) any abuse of the Safe Sport process. Child abuse must be immediately reported to local law enforcement. To learn more about the appropriate agency where you can submit a report of child abuse, log onto: https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/responding/reporting.
HOW TO REPORT SAFE SPORT VIOLATION
Persons can report a suspected violation of USATT’s Safe Sport Policy to:
The US Center for SafeSport at www.SafeSport.org (or by phone during regular business hours at: 720-531-0340);
The USATT Athlete Protection Officer Mark Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org) (719-329-4200).End. 23 02-22a