The Diving Plongeon Canada (DPC) Rule Book is produced on a four year cycle and will coincide with the publication of the FINA Rules.
The FINA Rules are published every four years, one year after each Summer Olympic Games. This Rule Book is managed by the DPC Technical Committee.
Section One – DPC Resource Material
Section Two – Rule Book
*Update #1 – Junior Rules Updates (as of January 20th, 2019)
**Update #2 – Addendum ‘A’ (as of February 15th, 2019)
Section Three – FINA Rule Book
The full FINA Rule Book and more can be found here.
The Rule Book is divided into three sections.
Section 1 – DPC Resource Materials – contains the DPC By-laws and relevant reference material. It also contains a list of other resource material that is available on the DPC website. Information on how to access this reference material is online.
Section 2 – Rule Book – contains DPC Rules as established for all national and DPC-sanctioned diving competitions.
Section 3 – FINA Rules – contains excerpts of the rules of the “Fédération Internationale de Natation” (FINA) that apply to the sport of diving internationally and which shall apply to all competitions sponsored or sanctioned by DPC.
In the event that there is a conflict between the English and French versions of the DPC Rule Book, the English version shall prevail.
These rules are effective for the period November 1, 2017 to August 31, 2021.
It should be noted that any errors, omissions or changes to these rules may be communicated by way of letter or email from DPC during the period over which these rules are effective and such errors, omissions or changes shall be updated on the online rule book.
It should also be noted that where “he”, “she”, “him”, or “her” is used, it is intended to refer to include all genders and is not gender specific.
Whom to Contact
- For domestic rule changes/concerns, contact the Chair of the Technical Committee, c/o of the national office
- For FINA Rule concerns/clarification, contact the FINA TDCRepresentative, Kathy Seaman, c/o of the national office.
- For any other changes/concerns, contact the national office.
Policies & Forms
Safe Sport Resources
1. Canadian Sport Helpline
The Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada (SDRCC) is committed to ensuring that Canadian sport participants of all levels compete in a safe and welcoming environment.
If you are aware of a suspected incident of abuse, harassment, discrimination or bullying or if you have questions and/or concerns regarding an incident, contact the Canadian Sport Helpline. Experts are available to provide you with advice, guidance and resources on how to proceed/intervene appropriately in the circumstances.
- Web: http://abuse-free-sport.ca/en/
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone/Text Message: 1-888-83SPORT (1-888-837-7678)
- Business Hours: 8 am – 8 pm (Eastern Time), 7 days a week
2. Diving Plongeon Canada’s Independent Third Party Safe Sport Resource Officer
This individual is available to receive questions and concerns from participants in Canadian diving who believe that they or others are potentially unsafe for one reason or another.
The Third Party Safe Sport Resource Officer is completely independent of DPC and is in place to review such issues and provide guidance on addressing safe sport situations as well as determine if issues fall within the parameters of DPC’s Conduct Policy.
Diane Aubé Lazenby : Diane@DALlaw.ca
A Insurance Coverage
B Guidelines for Disciplinary Action and Grievance Procedure
C Doping Policy
D Injury and Illness Reporting Policy
E Trip/Events Policy
F Discipline Policy
G Athlete Sponsorship
H Clothing Policy
I Travel Policy
J Code of Conduct
FORMS AND DOCUMENTS
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) is the custodian of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP); the set of rules that govern anti-doping in Canada. The CADP consists of several components such as in- and out-of-competition testing, education, medical exemptions, and the consequences of doping violations. The CADP is compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code and all international standards.
The Canadian Amateur Diving Association has adopted the CADP which means that you can be confident that you are part of a world-class anti-doping program that is designed to protect athletes’ rights and ensure a level playing field. CADA’s anti-doping policy reflects and supports the CADP. See our policy on anti-doping.
While the CCES administers anti-doping for the Canadian sport community, you may also be subject to the rules of your international federation. Learn more about FINA’s anti-doping policies and procedures.
The CCES recommends that athletes take the following actions to ensure they don’t commit an inadvertent anti-doping rule violation:
• Know your rights and responsibilities as an athlete with regard to anti-doping.
• Always comply with a testing request if you are notified for doping control.
• Check all medications and products before taking them to ensure they do not contain ingredients that are banned.
• Verify your medical exemption requirements.
• Do not take supplements, but if you do, take steps to minimize your risk.
• Get the latest news. Sign up to receive CCES media releases and advisory notes.
Additional Resources and Information
• The CCES AthleteZone is a hub of resources and information for athletes and their support personnel.
• The Global DRO provides athletes and support personnel with information about the prohibited status of specific substances based on the current WADA Prohibited List.
• Physicians and medical personnel are encouraged to use the CCES DocZone for targeted medical information.
• Read more about the Canadian Anti-Doping Program
• The World Anti-Doping Agency works towards a vision of a world where all athletes compete in a doping-free sporting environment.
• The CCES is a proud and active member of the True Sport Movement – a movement that is based on the simple idea that good sport can make a great difference
For additional resources and more about anti-doping, please contact the CCES:
The WADA 2017 PROHIBITED LIST
DOWNLOAD ANTI-DOPING PROGRAM OVERVIEW
NATIONAL QUALIFYING STANDARDS
Point standards are reviewed and adjusted annually by Diving Plongeon Canada’s Rules Committee for the following year’s competitive season. Divers must meet these point standards to be eligible for entry into individual and synchronized diving events at the senior and junior national championships.
For complete information on all entrance criteria for the senior and junior national championships, please refer to the Diving Plongeon Canada Rule Book.
Designated Senior Qualifying Standards are listed below:
2018 Senior National Championships 1M 3M Platform Women 210 245 245 Men 260 330 330
The DPC Junior National Point Standards for 2018 are as follows:
100% – Achieve twice 110% – Achieve once Group 1M 3M Platform 1M 3M Platform Group D 1 – 11 years & under: Girls & Boys 140 140 140 154 154 154 Group D 2 – 11 years & under: Girls & Boys 200 205 235 220 225 258 Group C 1– 12 & 13 years old: Girls & Boys 235 235 265 258 258 291 Group C 2– 12 & 13 years old: Girls & Boys 240 240 270 264 264 297 Group B – 14 & 15 years old: Girls 300 315 235 330 346 258 Group B – 14 & 15 years old: Boys 300 315 265 330 346 291 Group A – 16 to 18 years old: Girls 355 390 300 390 429 330 Group A – 16 to 18 years old: Boys 370 395 350 407 434 385
- JUNIOR AND SENIOR QUALIFIED ATHLETES
Documents for this section will be updated shortly