2021-22 Senior U20 & U17 Draft Ranking Schemes are published for community consultation until 18th June.
The 2021-22 BF Ranking Schemes have been pulled into one document which now includes the schemes for Seniors, U20s and U17s.
U17s (Cadets) & U20s (Juniors) Schemes
The document also includes a proposal for a new U23s ranking scheme designed to support the transition between U20s and seniors by providing competition goals and structure. The scheme will also be used be to support selections for the Under 23 European Championships and provide evidence that younger Seniors are ready for selections to identified Senior International competitions to support further pathway progression.
GBR Ranking Schemes – Draft V0.6
The consultation period for the 2021-22 scheme will run from 4th – 18th June 2021. Members wishing to respond to the consultation should do so by completing this online consultation response form.
As part of the consultation, we will be holding online community events on Monday 14th June and Tuesday 15th June.
Sign up for the Community Event on Monday 14th June HERE
Sign up for the Community Event on Tuesday 15th June HERE
At these events we will be explaining the details and thinking behind the proposed schemes. Members should submit their questions regarding the scheme in advance here. Please note that this question form is only for questions for the Community Event – responses to the consultation should be made using the consultation response form.
Following this work, BF will be looking at U14 & Intermediate Ranking Schemes which will also be published for community consultation.
Please note that this news post is only intended as a summary guide to the proposed changes and is not intended for use as a policy statement. The text of the ranking scheme document is the text being put forward for consultation and all comments and queries should relate to the contents of the document.
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