OPBV Modified Training Programs, Leagues, and Tournaments. Weekly Training Registration Opened in Windsor, Leamington, Barrie, Aurora and Sarnia.

Last summer, OnPoint Beach Volleyball committed to upholding the strictest safety precautions in order to keep participants, coaches and their families safe. We remain committed to those same principles this year.  We are also aware of how important it is for our players to have a safe space to get physical exercise – not only for their development as players, but for their mental health and well-being.

Currently, if we are in the Step 2 or better for Youth Training Programs and Adult Leagues and Tournaments, we are confident that we can provide the safest possible program within the given circumstances. As of now, we are opening registration for our Weekly training Groups, Leamington Adult Leagues and our Youth and Adult tournaments. 

OnPoint Beach Volleyball guarantees refunds of all payments made if programs are cancelled due to COVID-19. OPBV also guarantees prorated refunds for programs that are interrupted or shortened due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

Update on April 17th: 

Why are we working so hard to make these program happen?

I want to explain why we are committed to making adjustments and creating protocols that will allow us to train when the time comes that we are permitted to train. I believe that sport can play an important role in the well-being of our youth. I do not believe that it is the absolute most important thing, but I do believe that it can have an extremely positive effect on those who have the opportunity to experience sport in a safe, loving environment. The OPBV coaches and myself are passionate about creating an environment where athletes have the opportunity to master the game of beach volleyball and benefit physically, mentally, and socially. Last year, when we decided to reopen programs we received a lot of positive feedback from athletes and parents. The feedback that we receive is rarely about the game of volleyball itself. Most often we hear about how the athletes feel within the program – cared for, listened to, happy, involved, included, safe, loved, and the list goes on. This is why we do what we do. This is what drives us to be coaches who care. This is why we will continue to make adjustments, why we will keep up-to-date with all of the health and safety protocols and why we will be prepared to create a safe, loving environment when the time comes that we are permitted to do so. 

Obviously, safety will always be the number one priority. I promise to keep up-to-date with all of the best practices and safety protocols and to also keep you all up-to-date with any program adjustments. 

We look forward to seeing you again soon. Stay safe.

Thank you,

Darren O’Neil
OnPoint Beach Volleyball