2019-2020 High Performance Entry Standards - Short Track

To achieve HPTG (High Performance Training Group ) status you must meet the minimum standards listed below
HP Status from Previous year in Place until December 2nd 2019. 
LTAD Stage ISU Age

T2C 21-23+ Yrs  - ( Neo-SR- A ) Competing Elite FPVQ Circuit /1st place FPVQ EST
    Canadian Seniors Championships 
    Canada Cup 1 or 2 - Top 50 %
T2C and above 19-20 Yrs  - ( Neo-SR-B) FPVQ Regionale EST #2, #3, #4 - Top 4/ EST #1 - Top 7
    Competing Elite FPVQ Circuit 
    Canada Cup  (non minimum Provincial) or Senior Trials #1/#2
    Combined 500+1000+1500 = Male : 277.5 Female : 300.50
L2C & T2C 17-18 Yrs  -  ( JR A) FPVQ Regionale EST #2 , #3, #4 - Top 7, EST #1 - Top 10
    Canada Cup 1/2, Junior World Selections, Junior National (top 80%) or Senior
National Championships
    Combined 500+1000+1500= Male: 284, Female : 306
T2T & L2C 15-16 Yrs    ( JR B ) FPVQ Regionale EST #2, #3, #4 - Top 10, EST #1 - Top 13
    Canada Cup 1/2, Junior World Selections, Junior National (top 90%) or Senior
National Championships
    Combined 500+1000+1500 = Male: 290.5, Female: 311
T2T 13-14 Girls (JR C) FPVQ Regionale EST #2, #3, #4   - Top 15, EST #1 = Top 18
  13-14 Boys (JR C) Canada Cup 1/2, Junior World Selections, Junior National Championships
    SSC CEST - Top 2 Overall Final Finishers 
    Combined 500+1000+1500 = Male: 296.5 , Female: 315
New for 2018-2019:
The CSCA Atlantic will no longer be provided individual athlete assistance via the HP training group to competitions.
SSNB still has a fund in place to help HPTG athletes purchase ice time and some services.
These monies are under the direction of the HP Coach as they are part of a grant received from the CSCA and SSNB has an obligation to spend remaining money
towards summer/fall ice cost and training needs as stipulated by the grant .
Once the money in the grant has been used then HP athlete will no longer receive any financial assistance from the CSCA.

Requirements of Training Group Members:

1) Funded members must adhere to Centralized HP Training Program both on and off ice. All HPTG training outside of Fredericton must follow integrated HPTG &
Club program. 
2) HPTG members must maintain regular attendance at respective club ice practices, off ice training, information sessions and HP level competitions. 
3) HPTG athletes must adhere to SSNB Athlete Guide and Code of Conduct at all times.
4) Training group members must train in N.B. (stipulation of Atlantic Coaching Centre - Atlantic). Visiting skaters residing outside of NB will be permitted to
train at discretion of HP Lead Coach.   
5) Nationally Carded athletes training within new Brunswick will have full access to Training Services plus additional services stipulated as part of their status